Questions tagged [oob]

For questions about Out-of-Band (OoB); Emergency and/or recovery network elements, that form a separate network from them production network, to provide access and control contingency.

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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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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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can you explain OOB Management in easy terms?

Why OOB management preferred? can you do it using blade?
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How to design/build a separate network to carry the management-related traffic or so-called “out of band” (OOB) management network/subnet?

I work at a data center, we need to setup a completely separate OOB network, I know about OOB using access server/terminal server, I mean how to setup something like Cisco 2511 with SCSI-2 ports and ...
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How to configure OOB access via IP

Single Cisco IOS device in a remote DC, I have an OOB connection delivered into the rack (length of Cat5e into my rack from another onsite providers rack, who have diverse routes from my own, in and ...
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Multiple WANs/Out-of-band (Cisco 1900)

I've got a Cisco 1900 router which connects to the Internet using a primary and a secondary WAN connection. When the primary connection is up, all traffic use this link. When the primary connection ...
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Cisco Nexus 7000 Sup-2 and 2E, why no CMP?

I am looking at an upgrade from Nexus 7000 Supervisor 1's to Supervisor 2E's. One of the differences that I am seeing is a lack of the CMP (Connectivity Managment Processor) and the CMP port. Even ...