Cisco Nexus 3548 seems to have no possibility to configure a "storm-control action", I started reading the docs after I figured out that using CLI, running NXOS 9.3(12).
According to https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/datacenter/nexus3548...
the manual is great for new clients/accounts - but I don't find any information how to handle existing accounts, especially how to move from US to EMEA.
I'll assume, "almost any" account by european clients will be transferred sooner or later.
Just porting some EEM-stuff from Nexus 5500/5600 to 9300 - seems to be impossible, or am I just blind?
(config-applet)# action 20 ?
cli Configure a VSH CLI action
collect Collect debugging info using a yaml file
I'm looking for official documentation about this, and possibilities to fine-tune it.
client is using a ***Vendor X*** firewall cluster/pairwhen switching the active-role both cluster-members seem to be active for a short time in parallelduring this ...
just noticed a
in a clients UCS-Manager.
"[FSM:FAILED]: keyring configuration(FSM:sam:dme:PkiEpUpdateEp). Remote-Invocation-Error: Failed to copy certstore (rsync failed)"
unlucky - it is not documented in https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us...
looks like „sw 2“ is the root bridge.
- just lower the STP root-priority of your cisco-stack
spanning-tree vlan 1 priority 4096
- than sw1 will act as the root of the stp topology with active interfaces
- the link between s...
but - when
a) disabling the web-service is no option
b) the access-class using standard-ACL is no option
c) the router uses VRFs and there seems to be no possibility to limit the HTTP-server to the global-"VRF" or a specific VRF like possible with SS...
you're right - but it's somehow weird, that a simple
ip http active-session-modules none
ip http secure-active-session-modules none
didn't make it to "recommendations" in the Cisco document - Cisco states "workarounds available: no"
... so "disable h...
I'd like to discuss this (request for comments) as a workaround to limit exposure, this is not solving the original issue.