We have 3 SG350X-MP stacked together. The master switch is connected to the two slaves directly over SFP ports. There are no connections between the slave ports.
Why are two stacking ports required for each switch? Is there a main and a backup? If so, can you get by with just one stacking port? We don't need redundancy in this scenario.
Both slaves are randomly disconnecting, one frequently and the other infrequently. The one disconnecting frequently has the most traffic. The fiber may be to blame, but I suspect it is the Unifi SFP+ 10G modules. Would you suggest switching to the SFP-10G-SR SFP+ modules or looking somewhere else?
%Stack-E-STCK-EXCEP-HNDLR: Lost connection with unit 3 reason : connection timeout. Unit will be rebooted .
I am trying to find a MIB which can get back the values of BFD session state such that it can be monitored by monitoring platform. On the Cisco ISO MIB Locator, it shows that a MIB is available and is supported on the version of software that we got on ou...
Currently when changing the Authentication Template under the Onboarding section, there is no choice but to remove SGTs, VNs and IP Pools which clearly disrupt existing services.
Hitless Authentication was introduced in Cisco DNA Center 1.3...
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