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Redundancy scenarios for a small network centered around a Cisco 3560X switch

As the title says, I manage a small network which uses a Cisco 3560X as the core switch. We have recently got a 2nd identical switch and I have started thinking about how to add some redundancy to the ...
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Networking: Does slavedisk0 take over for disk0 in the event of a fault?

My bootvar is set to boot up images from disk0. The 6500 series switch has two redundant supervisors. Each supervisor has a PCMCIA card with the exact same IOS images in the 0 slot. The secondary ...
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Branch Office Switch Redundancy

We're setting up a branch office with no dedicated IT person (all IT support is remote from HQ) and trying to make the infrastructure as redundant as possible. We've dealt with Internet and power, but ...
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Switch Redundancy for iSCSI

I am about to implement an iSCSI solution on our network. The thing that is bothering me though is that we are only using 1 switch from the SAN to node connections. Since each node has 2 NICs, is ...
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Effects of having a rapid ARP flush

So the scenario is we have a web server at our colocation. In front of that web server are two SonicWalls and two L2 non-stacking managed switches. We're trying to find an efficient way to set up ...
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Getting Started with NIC and Switch Redundancy

Currently with my servers, they all or almost all have 2 nics with one in use. Each NIC is is of course connected to a single switch. What do I need to do to make this redundant in that both NICs ...