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That means that someone connected but hasn't entered a username and password yet.


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Original Answer This happens because of your topology. I'm going to assume that you're pinging on the 192.168.0.0/16 subnet? Even if you are pinging the outward facing interfaces (10.1.0.0/16, 10.2.0.0/16, 10.3.0.0/16) on the routers, they still route through the 192.168.0.0 subnet on the way to their destination. The reason why this happens is because ...


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Because 209.165.201.3 is the last IP address in the network 209.165.201.0/30 and thus is the broadcast address, it is not available for use as a host inside the network.


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Yes, you can change the peer IP address without create new Site-To-Site VPN In general you have to change two parameters. peer IP address tunnel group name According your link they changed only first setting. If you check your log file you have to find wrong tunnel group name or something like that. Anyway this is very good Step by Step guide for your ...


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With much assistance from Ron Maupin in the comments I was able to resolve this by following one of his initial suggestions; Completely disabling DTP. The SG300 switches do not support DTP and all trunks are run with Switchport mode trunk by default. After adding the line switchport nonegotiate to the port groups from the Core down to SW1 & SW2 then the ...


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Zabbix does exactly what you are asking for, and the good news is that it does it by default. Just add Template SNMP Interfaces template to your monitored network devices. You then should be able to see all the interfaces and also all kinds of graphs, such as traffic and operational status.


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It seems working fine post Kilo release and newly downloaded images in qcow2 format. Flavor which I'm using 2CPU, 4GB RAM, 0 diskspace



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