In order to upload ISOs to my VMWare host I usually traverse a 100Mb switch and an ASA5505. This is painfully slow so I figured that temporarily putting my laptop in the same VLAN/subnet as my VMWare hosts would speed things up since my core switch is 1Gb.
Unfortunately this is only half true. From the same VLAN/subnet I can't access my BE6k at all. No ping, SSH, web, or vSphere. I can upload a 2.5Gb ISO to my first UCS host (of Windows guests) in about 75 seconds. I can also access it via vSphere and web.
Is there some funky network or security setting that is barring direct network access to my BE6k? I can access it via every method when I do it through my firewall but nothing works from the same subnet. I feel like I'm missing something here but the fact that two VMWare boxes with almost identical versions of ESXi running are behaving differently I am led to believe there's a setting in Cisco's stock ESX config that's different.
Any ideas? TLDR: Two VMWare hosts in the same VLAN/subnet. I can reach one but not the other when I put my laptop in the same VLAN. Both are reachable when traversing the firewall.
Is there a way in UCCE with using an admin script maybe using the email application in Call Studio to send out an email? I know in UCCX you can send out an email if the script were to fail but is there a way to do it in UCCE? Any help would be great!
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