Could somebody please make available UCS 5.2?
It would be useful for those of us studying for the 300-175 exam.
The link just let's us download an HTML file, not the OVF.
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I've faced with a strange issue that has started after I got the router replaced to "RV130W Wireless-N VPN Firewall", which is the default mail app on the iPhone started showing up warnings about invalid certificate for imap.gmail.com. What is really strange is that the suggested certificate is issued for *.mail.me.com. The phone has this issue only in this router, and works just fine on any other.
The router was initially running firmware version 188.8.131.52 and was upgraded to 184.108.40.206 but that didn't resolve the issue.
Does anyone have any idea of what could be the causing this?
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Hi Ivan, I went through the exact same project about a year ago. I've uploaded the script I wrote for the process but be warned, there isn't a whole lot of error checking and a lot of parts (specifically the zoning) are very specific to my environment. However, you're welcome to modify it for your own environment. Script Steps 1) Run script by passing a UCSC instance 2) Logs into UCSC and returns all connected UCSM instances 3) Select a UCSM instance and a currently associated local profile 4) Select a UCSC template to create the new global profile from 5) Select a LAN Connectivity policy to apply 6) Tests connectivity to a given SAN (see note below) 7) Select SAN to zone host too (see more notes) 8) Select a SAN storage group 9) Creates a new global profile with the chosen settings 10) Zones the new profile on the appropriate SAN switch determined from the prefix of the chosen SAN name (customized, see notes) 11) Removes the old initiators from the VNX 12) Registers the new initiators to the storage group you selected 13) Disassociates the local service profile and once successfully disassociated, deletes the local profile 14) Associates the new global profile to the same blade location Notes: 1) Uses plink to send SSH commands to Cisco Nexus switches 2) We use the server's name to determine if it is odd or even and zone SAN ports appropriately This is used both for the zoning section as well as registering the initiators with the array. 3) The "SAN" section in the global variables is used for both adding the new initiators to an EMC VNX as well as creating the zones in the Nexus switches. Note the zoning commands are all pre-populated with the SAN Names. I've scrubbed the script of the names and replaced them with <SANNAME> where appropriate. 4) For the creation of the naviseccli command file (if using an EMC VNX) you will need to update the test SAN URL or comment out the block. Script assumes LDAP security so you can change the scope if needed. 5) Script assumes that the SAN name is resolvable to a storage processor (for the VNX). You may need to update the naviseccli -h commands to make sure you can connect 6) The SAN de-zone commands are all hard-coded with all possible zones in our environment. This actually helped us clean up zones that didn't match the proper port associations based on even/odd names. As with the above I sanitized the commands so if you do want to use the zoning section, spend a lot of time here. 7) I determined which set of Nexus switches to use based on the prefix of the SAN name (and therefore datacenter location). More sanitation 8) I wrote this almost a year ago when the UCSC powershell cmdlets were VERY lacking. They've added some useful cmdlets such as associating a blade which used to be very cumbersome to do. The script should still work but use at your own risk. 9) For some reason you will get an "CMD" error when the plink SSH commands finish but as long as the commands themselves are correct, the zoning works despite the error. 10) The script adheres to our naming standards and conventions (e.g. all capital service profile names, lower case zoning, etc). You will need to adjust theses to fit your environment. Lastly, this script worked 9 out of 10 times but I did babysit it. I didn't write a whole lot of error checking and try/catches because it's a one-off project; once the profiles are migrated you're done forever ! Hope this helps. -Alex
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