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The Dell servers come with a range of power options, you have to look at your exact equipment. The router can't deliver more than it's power supply can draw, so use the power supply rated maximum. Your electrical supply needs to handle everything at max, I'd be generous if possible as all equipment tends to expand. A was recently advised by a Seagate ...


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I'd use real or observed numbers... Likely 400 Watts per server (assuming sane RAM and disk configurations) and ~380 Watts for the switch. This is based on experience with the equipment in production and working in and around data centers. Plan for expansion and growth as well.


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Check your access point for a 'Wireless Separation' option. Some access points are configured by default to restrict traffic between wireless devices.


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I eventually just used comm2ip and modified the program to support more com ports (it only supports 5 out of the box). It is installed on a windows box with a bunch of rollover cables connected from the PC to Cisco routers. You ssh into the box and are redirected, based on the port, to a serial port. This is not a very enterprise-y solution, and we should ...


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Futher to the original answer and to overcome the NAT issue, you should be able to assign the service-policy to the inside interface using the following line instead: interface FastEthernet0/1 description Inside Interface ip address 192.0.2.2 255.255.255.252 ip nat inside ip policy route-map PBR service-policy output REMARK_HTTP I'm not in a ...


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Assuming you've checked the basics like ensuring that the access list is actually bound to the interface with the access-group command, if the logs are showing that the traffic is being denied, you can find out more information by simulating a packet with the packet-tracer command. That should tell you exactly why the packet is being rejected. Assuming your ...


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It does not sound like you are connected to the router at all as you suspected. Are you sure that ssh is even enabled on the cisco box ? Has the box been set up or is it new ? I would connect up a console cable and login that way can't go wrong then.


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FYI - ping is the tool to check latency. This is processed in the data plane and is a true indication of lag for data packets. traceroute or tracert get processed in the control plane, and response times are not an indication of network latency, but can be impacted by high cpu utilization. traceroute and tracert should only be used to show path selection.


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thank you all i solved the issue actually two weeks ago by configuring only the 1- next server option the sccm fqdn or the IP 2- the boot file option smsboot\x86\pxeboot.com and allow the traffic between the sccm server and the client machines throw fortigate firewall thanks


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You're users do not need to have access to ESXi. Just enable RDP in the firewall and let them do it that way. Letting them see a hypervisor just introduces complexity.


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You'll need a VM, with connections to both vSwitches, configured to route traffic between the two networks. It can be any OS you want, so long as it can perform IP forwarding/routing duties between the two networks. Depending on your particular setup, you may want it to do other things as well (firewall or NAT for example) but without knowing more about ...


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I think the security-level should be considered. You can ping from Inside to Outside, but the echo traffic must be allowed to go back to Inside.


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I assume that you need rules for the ICMP (not IP) traffic to allow ping. First of all, you question could be duplicated to this one: How do you allow ICMP Echo Requests on a Cisco ASA 55xx Router? However, I use slightly another configuration to allow ping. From your question, I'm not sure on which interface you need to allow it, so I'll just post my ...


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You can use the 'deny all log' command in the ACL to see the realtime results of the 'implicit' deny all rule and go from there. It was called the 'explicit' deny all rule.. googling here it is edit: sounds like you may have already done this.


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Simply put, no. The 2948 doesn't support IOS, only CatOS, so this isn't going to help at all in CCNA study because the commands can be very different. I happen to have a 2948 beside me - there is no IOS upgrade for them. I would suggest you use the 2950s for CCNA and see if you can get a cheap 26x1 router from eBay. Make sure it's an x1 as 26x0 has only ...


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As Jason has said, the NAT does seem to be coming into play. My advice would be to try the service policy on f0/0 instead and to change the directions. This should take effect before/after NAT has occurred, which should rule out NAT as a problem. interface FastEthernet0/1 . . service-policy output DW service-policy input UP Hope this helps!


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Because you are NATing from G0/0 to G0/1 you cannot use an access-list to allow traffic. NAT acts as a firewall so you need to use a Port-Address Translation rule. For the single port, that would look like this: ip nat inside source static udp x.x.x.x 5060 interface g0/0 5060 The port range is a bit more tricky, as IOS doesn't usually deal with port ...


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According to Cisco, Red Radio LED means the board is initialising. Does the LED status change after some time? Do you see more red LEDs or combinations of others? The guide above should help you to diagnose. In order to factory reset, you usually need to hold the mode button when the device is powered off, plug in the power and continue holding until the ...


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I'm curious about the configuration of the Tunnels. From your description this router should have a connection to the DC, configured (i'm guessing) under Tunnel 3. However the config for this tunnel looks like it has the wrong destination set. interface Tunnel3 description TO_DALLAS ip address 12.12.12.6 255.255.255.252 ip nat inside ip ...


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Yes, on Cisco IOS there are a lot of built in debug commands. Most of these are pretty noisy and are disabled by default. If you want to debug what's going on with DHCP, SSH to the router and first issue the command: terminal monitor This will make sure that logging from the device is printed in your terminal. Next, to get onto the DHCP commands issue: ...


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Sadly I don't know. If you are planning to put any iSCSI traffic on the N3064 update your question or add a comment because I know a lot about that. Intel X540 based NICs definitely work with the N3064 and have available VMware drivers and should fit in a 16 lane PCIe slot, of which the DL360 g7 should have two. Putting those QSFP ports to work is annoying ...


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Seems like I found a solution. Not sure which one of the following worked, but now my WiFi users can download via SSH with about 2Mbps speed. And of course no connection drops. First, I have made prioritization for SSH ports in both directions. Second, I have enabled Load Balancing and Band Selection. Fortunately till now it is impacting our Skype calls.


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If you really want to keep out of band access to your router in case you break the config, consider: If you break the config on your router, what are the chances that you're going to be able to access your PC remotely in order to get into the router anyway? What are the chances of you doing something that locks you out of the router by SSH anyway? If you ...


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You should use a router as a terminal server - that is the most appropriate and common way of accomplishing what you're attempting to do. Buy this part #: CISCO2901-16TS/K9 (includes the router, the HWIC card, and the cables) Here's a forum post where some configuration advice is given: ...


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Identically configured switches of identical models and software versions are identical in CDP; the advertisement doesn't include a MAC address or serial number that would differentiate the switches (though if desperate, you could capture the CDP packet - the source MAC in the ethernet header would give you that (though it may be spoofed, unsure of the exact ...


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I'm not sure it's the best answer to the question of how to make this work, but in the absence of a better answer, I figured out a way to make it work myself. Basically, I went with the idea that if you are using what is essentially dynamic VLAN assignment (even though it's termed a voice feature), you have to use it for both the VOICE and DATA domains to ...


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I had the same issue on the following hardware: M1000 Blade Chassis Dell MXL Force10 switch The solution was to decrease the ARP table refresh rate on the Dell MXL Foce10 switch by issuing this command: mac-address-table station-move refresh-arp


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This problem has been solved, There is a subtle incompatibility with the kboot image and the full IOS image. Simply add a boot bootldr bootflash:ignore statement to your config (must be done in an editor if you dont want the hassle of creating a virtual file) then only have one IOS image in flash, the full image. The router boots and works as expected with a ...


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To return all access point settings to the factory defaults including password you need to use the MODE button. Disconnect the power and press and hold the MODE button while you reconnect power to the access point. You need to hold the MODE button until the ethernet LED turns amber (approximately 2 to 3 seconds), then release the button. Then you can ...


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is it in different loactions ! i assume that your SP should provie to you a specific vlan and associate a techonlogy called "qnq tunnel" that mapping to your multiple VLAN on your both DC to one Vlan on SP.


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It sounds like 10.10.9.1, the gateway of your "external" VLAN, is the VLAN interface of the Cisco 3560. This managed switch is doing some Layer 3 routing alongside Layer 2 switching. If you can get into the elevated prompt of the Cisco command line, you should: Get the list of interface names, to be used in later commands: show interfaces brief Ensure ...



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