How would you design your network subnets in a zero-trust model approach ?
If you use an "application centric" architecture, subnetting and address aren't so important since you group servers by applications instead of vlans/subnets.
What would b...
I'm working for a client that wants to implement VMware NSX has overlay but wants a new network for underlay too. I'm working on this underlay. They will add VXLAN with NSX after this.
He wants a spine/leaf architecture. The easiest way would...
I currently have a Cisco ISE 1.4 that is used for WIFI.
Licencing is :
Wireless and VPN is enabled. Wired is disabled.
Now I want to add to this ISE some device administration of switches (about 120 devices). I'...
I have a client that have VOIP on several sites over a MPLS network. In their branch offices, they have cisco 2911/2951 with some QoS configuration.
They talk to phone servers over the MPLS to a data center that have ASR 1000 routers at edge. P...
first I want to tell you that this project was cancelled so it was never made and I don't know if everything would have work but this was the plan :
1. How many uplink did you configure from one leaf to one spine?
Two in our case but tha...
In fact, this text confirm Fabricpatch isn't supported on Nexus 9000 ;)
"With Cisco FabricPath, the switched domain no longer has to be segmented, providing data center-wide workload mobility. Because traffic is no longer forwarded using Spanning T...
I found the video presentation of this powerpoint. Everything is very clear now.
connect spines and leaf though routed ports (no switchport)configure loopback address on every nodesuse ip unumbered on all interfaces and bind it to l...
thanks for the links.I'll have to take a deeper look at the first one but the last two are more about overlay than underlay.They talk a lot about vxlan but since NSX is going to do the vxlan (overlay), I just want to be sure the underlay is OK.I foun...