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I'd recommend you to install observium server and via SNMP you can monitor and archive all information in real time.


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Usually there is a utility that comes with your nic drivers or from your nic manufacturer. This utility should allow you to setup two virtual interfaces from your one physical dot1q trunk.


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According to the Documentation: You can configure both vMAN and VLAN simultaneously on the same physical port, but you must first change the vMAN Ethernet type to 0x8100 I think you should use command configure vman ethertype 0x8100 before configuring ports for vMAN.


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I'm thinking that you probably don't need to define an explicit route for the 10.36.8.0/24 network because it's a directly connected network. Try removing that routing statement and then look at the routing table and see if there's a route for 10.36.8.0 that shows as directly connected or similar. I'm not familiar with HP switches, so I'm basing this on my ...


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Some Cisco products (ranging from their SMB line to big-boy ASRs) use "show inventory" for displaying pertinent module and Serial Number information.


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These are just Point Of Sale machines and should not require any fancy or expensive networking. I suggest you try to go over the following areas, you've might have missed something. Network Switches and Routers - a switch can go bad. Some switches will have some bad ports after sometime that would cause network packets to crash. Routers would also get ...


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First and foremost you must have access to the H3C switch if you don't then you are at the mercy of whoever is in charge of your network. Otherwise, you must make sure that there is no other DHCP server running on that specific vlan. Further, yes you are right the H3C switch is probably configured to not let outside DHCP requests through since there is ...


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i hope its because of memory, you router will be capable of more memory but only few is being utilized, better to upgrade the IOS , this will help sort this out.


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AFIK, there is no way to set a real limit to IB traffic other than changing link speed to a lower one. IB QoS is about arbitration between different traffic streams, not about limiting a traffic BW. You can, however, enable Congestion Control (if your SW/HW supports it). It's not really what it is meant for - it's more for solving congestion on switches - ...


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Before we start you need to ensure you can ping your Ubiquity router's LAN interface, I am assuming it is 192.168.1.1. You will need to ensure the interface from your switch to your router is in VLAN 1 and then add an IP address to your Vlan 1 interface by entering the following command. The IP address must be in the same subnet (192.168.1.X/24) en conf t ...


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You need to add interfaces to the gateway/router for the 10.0.100.x, 10.0.200.x. and 10.0.300.x networks. Otherwise you can't route from those networks to a different (in this case a 192.168.x.x) network.


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Your IP address on your router and the ISPs router are the same. They shouldn't be. The addressing on the Ubiquity should match addressing for your Vlans IE 10.0.100.1, 10.0.200.1, 10.0.300.1 and should match the VLAN ID for each one of the corresponding VLANs. Your DHCP for each VLAN should be as follows VLAN100 10.0.100.0/24 Gateway 10.0.100.1 DNS ...


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Bridging and routing are not the same. Bridging happens at a lower layer than routing. Essentially bridging behaves like a switch. The virtual switch implemented by the Linux bridging code will have one interface attached to the upper layers of the network stack as well as a number of physical interfaces. So in your case where there are two physical ...



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