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One of the three layers of network design. The main characteristics of the network core are that is should be highly redundant and high performance. As such, it is often one of the simpler layers in that it should not implement any services that impact performance. No user/server connections should be made to a pure network core.

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Cisco Nexus 7k Mac move

I have been troubleshooting a mac move behaviour on my core network, which is made of 2 Nexus 7K with F3 series modules. They are inter-connected with a fabricpath mode port-channel. All the remote ...
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How does a Switch Fabric Module work internally?

I am interested how does a switch fabric module work internally. What interfaces does it use to physically connect the I/O modules on switches? Where are the CAM / MAC tables of the switch? Are ...
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GTP support in OpenFlow

I know there is a "tunnel id" metadata matching field which was introduced in the 1.3 openflow release, if I'm not mistaken. However, are there any actions in supporting the encapsulation and ...