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What is the name of the syntax for the "configure" interface?

When accessing routers/switches via ssh cli, I'm familiar with configure syntax but have never bothered to ask "what is it called?" As you might imagine, searches for router configure ...
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Configuring multiple management ports (HP/Aruba)

The HP Aruba 5412Rzl2 and has two management modules on it. They work active/passive from what i can tell. I would like to assign (a static) IP address to their management ports (in case I need it ...
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HPE Office Connect 1820 - direct URL to pull/download config file?

We inherited around 90 HPE 24 port switches of this model: HPE OfficeConnect Switch 1820 24G PoE+ (185W) J9983A, PT.02.06, Linux 3.6.5, U-Boot 2012.10-00119 (Aug 31 2018 - 10:12:27) And we're ...
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Ethernet Basics - Switch Fabric, Managed Ethernet Switch & Virtual PHY terminology

I'm a new member to this community. I've just started to learn and practice on working with LAN Ethernet PHYs, Switches and other ICs related to Ethernet. However, I've a few questions where I couldn'...
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Managed Switch, Setting up VLAN Tagged, Untagged, allowed & tagged only etc

Looking for some help setting up a Dell PowerConnect 2724. 1st time setting one of these up. The best graphic I could find to explain my setup: My router DHCP is enabled so it will provide IP ...
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what are the difficulties of configuring switches through SNMP?

I have a cisco switch that supports CLI, SNMP, and NETCONF for management issues. I should develop an application for managing the switch which should include monitoring and also configuring ...
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Managing overview of complex distributed network [closed]

I hope this question is not too stupid, I am very unexperienced with medium to large scale distributed network deployments. Imagine you have corporate datacenters and fragmented intranets distributed ...
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Log messages not leaving switch after changing source to management port

I reconfigured some of our switches to add an OOB connection from the management port. The below configuration is from a 4500X, but also seeing this on 3850s and 2960s. After I did this I updated the ...
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Configuration of a Dell managed switch clashes with my network understanding

I got the opportunity to play around with a Dell managed switch from the 2000 series with OS10. I tried to configure a management IP adress 10.10.12.141 (/24) according to the manual but somehow ...
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What is the easiest way to regain access to the Sonicwall configuration management after I have locked myself out by deactivating https management

I am a newb and misconfigures my Sonicwall Soho 250; it has two Interfaces configured: Fritzbox without any management activated, and WAN, where only ping and https management was activated. I ...
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Rate limiting xFTP traffic originating from a Cisco IOS router

We have some routers on marginal cell links that we need to pull files from using TFTP or FTP. During file transfers connections to the router become so slow as to be unusable. Is there a way to rate-...
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what do em0, em1, em2 and em3 interfaces refer to on Juniper routers

Can someone explain what these interfaces are for? I know em0 is used as a management interface on the router to connect via ssh but why are the other two there? I have also noticed, sometimes they ...
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switch died after slow to rapid failure now DHCP will not function across network even with new switch

ok so i'm running out of ideas here. we have/had 3 managed switches in our server rack and one in a closet; one hp procurve 3500yl 48 port with poe for 2 APs and 2 catalyst 2960s in the bottom of the ...
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snmp server and/or switch, help [closed]

i own and have configured a c2950-24 L2 switch. upon starting it up it asked if i wanted to configure snmp. i followed threw some steps but i have no clue how to actually use snmp. my switch logs when ...
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SNMP object not in the MIB

i'm working on an SNMP app that needs the ptopo MIB object with the object ID of 1.3.6.1.2.1.79 after enabling SNMP v3 on 2 layer 3 switches dell z9100-on brocade slx 9140 and creating a view on ...
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How to Reset AlliedTelesis GS950 Websmart hardware

The switch described above had a management IP address configured. Unfortunately, the IP address of the switch was lost and the management cannot be accessed anymore. Is there a hardware reset on this ...
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What exact does MIB represent in SNMP? How is it different from OID?

In SNMP, we represent each entity of information using object and to identify each object uniquely, we use OID (Object Identifier). Now there is another terminology - MIB. I know it stands for "...
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Restrict VTY SSH access to only MGMT VLAN and loopback

For the sake of the fact that i'm not allowed to share actual configuration, every posted config below is made up or altered. We have more than 250 locations spread over our country. All locations ...
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Mgmt Vlan vs other SVI s

Think of a layer 3 switch. Assume that we have a management vlan and a mgmt vlan interface. And we have other svi's on the switch. The question is this. I know that mgmt vlan is for telnet/ssh, simply ...
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Joining OOB for network and server equipment [closed]

Say I have some network equipment with management interfaces on a VLAN X. Now say I also have servers with double interfaces: one for production and one for management. Is it considered a good or bad ...
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Management Plane protection (MPP)

I'm new to networking. I was trying to understand What MPP is ? What kind of attacks is it preventing? How is it securing router from those attacks?
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Cannot ping or SSH into new Catalyst 2960-CX switch from the server VLAN (1)

I recently setup a Cisco Catalyst 2960-CX switch at work (I'm a SysAdmin at a SMB). Our workstations use VLAN 3, but our servers use VLAN 1. The management IP of the new switch (in VLAN 3) is 192.168....
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Pinging/ssh-ing into just trunk interface. How is it done? [closed]

I'm a junior network technician and I was tasked at work to do a switch upgrade. The most important part of this task is to set up SSH so we can at least get into the switch remotely configure once ...
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Nagios to monitor network in Cisco packet tracer

I would like to do a network management tool. I need to know how we can use Nagios XI to monitor the network devices that present in the Cisco packet tracer?? Thanks in advance
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How can different views onto same data model be defined in YANG?

RFC6020 contains the following statement "A NETCONF server may implement a number of modules, allowing multiple views of the same data" (my emphasis). I want to do exactly that, so that my NETCONF ...
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Architecture for management network in large data center?

I've read about data center network architectures - Fat-tree, Clos (or spine-leaf), DCell, BCube... None of these make any specific mention of the management network, which I expect would be out-of-...
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Does Network Device Management VLAN Need To be On An Access Port Or Can It Travel In A Trunk?

SO I am building a network of 6 switches. 1 primary switch would feed a trunk of 4 VLANs to 5 other switches directly (i.e. all coming from the primary switch). To keep the switches secure I want to ...
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Switches Can't Ping Each Other but PCs Can

I have an HP ProCurve 2910al running pretty much factory defaults on it at 192.168.1.50. There are 2 VLANS on it. Ports 1-12 are VLAN 1 (untagged) Ports 13-21 are VLAN 2 (Untagged) Port 22 is a ...
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Configure Out of Band management on MLNX-OS

I'm trying to setup Out Of Band management on a MLNX-OS based Mellanox switch It seems by default the mgmt0-1 interfaces are in the same VRF as all other interfaces, and I assume I have to create a ...
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Is there a point to have VLANs if each PC client can access them all?

At work we have a config where VLAN 1 is the main network and VLAN 2 is the phone system. The workstations connect automatically to VLAN 1 but can also access the control panels of each phone through ...
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In an agentless SNMP device, at what level does the SNMP agent run? In the Hardware? In the Operating system? Or somewhere else?

I know that there are devices that now support agentless SNMP configuration. However I believe that the SNMP agent application has to run somewhere. It has to be some code running somewhere stored on ...
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Can a switch that does NOT support VLAN capability be considered a managed switch if it has other features?

So the question is in the title. If a switch does not support Virtual Local Area Network capabilities can it still be considered a managed switch? What other features should it have to be considered ...
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Regarding Console and management connectivity basics

When we talk of console connection, i understand the following: Someone has a physical access to the device(say, a router)and has inserted a cable into the console port of the router/switch.The other ...
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Configuration recovery on Extreme Networks Summit 200

I need to upgrade a small network I know nothing about. The only manageable switch in an Extreme Networks Summit 200, running ExtremeWare 7.3 (from 2005!). Of course, the default admin password has ...
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Difference between control plane, data plane and management plane?

I think I understand these concepts, but I'm a little rusty. Can someone give a concise, easy-to-understand explanation of these concepts? The planes are logical concepts, aren't they? Is this a Cisco ...
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Switch Configuration Security -- Signed Configurations

Assume a scenario where a network technician in an organization may remotely access network devices for routine maintenance, but should only be able to set up network configurations (e.g. VLAN ...
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Why management interface is always vlan interface and not just physical interface?

In Cisco switches/routers or any other vendor, why the management interface is always a vlan IP interface and why not just fa 0/1 or fa 0/2 ip interface. What's the reason behind vlan ip interface for ...
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Value of Terminal Server in a Data Center

I am working with a customer with atleast 2 private data centers. They have no terminal servers providing console access to their networking gear (switches and routers and firewalls). They have ...
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Regarding NETCONF

I am trying for basic operations on IOS-XR (Cisco) using Netconf.This includes initially setting up a netconf connection as below: ssh [hostname] -p 830 -s netconf As soon as, the connection is ...
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Manage access point in a different subnet

I am trying to setup a separate private network for a rented office in our building. I think i have succeeded in setting up two private LAN networks using port based VLAN's (192.168.10.0/24 and 192....
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Serial to RJ45 connection to Brocade FWS 648S 48port Switch

this is going to sound really dumb, but I've forgotten how to connect and manage a switch if the console interface is serial and the other end is an RJ45. The switch I'm working on is a Brocade FWS ...
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vlan management without assigning an interface to the vlan

I am using VLAN 40 to manage switches, but you have to assign a port to a VLAN for it to come up, is there a way to do this without wasting a port on the switch?
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Switch bandwidth management

How is bandwidth managed in an unmanaged network switch? Suppose that port 1 is connected to a a very busy server. If suddenly machines connected to ports 2, 3 and 4 decide to send a massive amount ...
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Cisco 2960-X IP Address

I want to access my 2960-X on my "server-network". I have configured a network 10.0.0.0/24 (VLAN60) on the Router, which is connected to the switch over a trunkport. Also VLAN 40, 80, 90 is ...
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Can I run an application on a managed switch?

If a layer 2 managed switch supports management functions and entails a "management plan" it must require an OS. If it is a typical network operating system, *nix based, does is have a full file ...
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sniffing through my company's lan [closed]

I'm in charge of the network in my company and i have to check the visited websites.We have a edgeMAX router (firmware version 1.8) with DPI and enabling netflow exporting.DPI (as is it implemented in ...
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CISCO ASA5512-X no Console Output

Situation: We bought new ASA5512-X. It worked everything okay. I had access over SSH on the ManagementPort which was directly connected to my PC. Then I realised there is a configuration already on ...
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Accessing Meraki Device using CMX - MSE API

How do I access a Meraki Device? Similar to the way in this tutorial. Cisco DevNet: CMX Mobility Services - Tutorials - MSE API Introduction Here is snapshot of the Public IP of my Meraki device I ...
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Disable port Netgear GS728TP

I have some Netgear GS728TP smart switches with some CCTV camera that run over them. Occasionally these camera's freeze and require the network plug pulling on them to reset (They are PoE) Some of ...
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How to manage the Ethernet switch that is on WAN?

I never keep a managed switch outside the firewall. However, I have a situation where I have to do that. I am connecting two Sonicwall NSA220 in HA configuration. So I have to use a small Ethernet ...
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