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Network LAN Traffic Cisco switches

My concern is that if we have more than one path in a network in which almost every switch is connected to the other switch so is there any method to decide whether LAN traffic should go from a specific path even if another path is connected and avai...

C9300 switch reset to factory

So, got a brand-spankin' new Catalyst 9300.  Racked it up, connected to console port with PuTTY, booted the switch.  Went through the basic configuration script.  When it was done, I tried to enter enable mode and found I couldn't - evidently, I fat-...

Resolved! Layer 3 on switch dhcp

Hi, I am doing routing on layer 3 my dhcp is on router from that i want to get dhcp on pc which are on different vlani Have created svi on switch1 vlan 10 and added ip helper vlan 20 and added ip helper ...

Resolved! DHCP and ACL

Dear everyone,I'm trying to configure a named extended ACL to deny one host access to a DHCP server while permitting another host access. Both of them are on the same Vlan and I've realized that you can use as a source IP to deny access to th...

Resolved! How to Read Cable TDR Testing Result

Hi network gurus,            I have a hard time to determine which part cable is broken at below. Do both short and open mean that we have cable issue from patch panel to the Ethernet port on the wall (the cable run inside the wall/ceiling), and the ...

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Resolved! Catalyst 2000

Hi teamI have tried sh mac address-table but it is showing more than 24 mac's addresses is there any other command to see only 24 mac addresses (switch is having 24 ports only). 

Infinite debug after update - C3750X

Hello,After updating my C3750X 48PF-S to IOS 15.2.4E10 I find myself in a debugging loop.I thought it was my IOS that was corrupted. I re-downloaded it and uploaded via XMODEM.Note that before using XMODEM, I tried to use TFTP in ROMMON but I got the...

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