Hoping I can find some help for an issue I'm running into trying to send Wake-on-LAN packets (magic packet) over my Cisco smart switch (SF250-48). The device issuing the WOL packet and the device receiving it are both on the same subnet, same VLAN. Both are connected to the switch.
I'm 99.9% sure it's the switch that is causing the problem. When I swap it out for another brand of switch I'm able to issue the WOL packet and see the device turn on. I'm sure there is some setting that must be enabled but I've looked high and low and still can't seem to get it to work.
Starting from NFVIS 3.12 versions, the deploy option does not depict all the SR-IOV VFs(Virtual Functions) available in a physical interface. This change is introduced as (i) the number of VFs of ENCS platform on LANs side is increased to 24 and (ii) the...
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Hi alli have 40 spots (40 Ethernet cables for computers coming out from switch) and i want each of these spots to have fix IP which means if i swap the computer the IP of certain spot remain the same.example : at spot 30 i have IP address of 192.168.22.40...
Cisco DNA Center nodes lost network connectivity. Cannot SSH to nodes. Cluster and Enterprise port connected to Cisco Nexus Switches.
Cisco DNA Center kernel logs showing hung queue error messages. "sudo cat /var/log/kern.log"