Eric Stewart: Running Off At The Mouth

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Nexus 7700 Part VI: vPC Part II: You Can’t Use The Peer-Link For Everything

by on Feb.21, 2015, under Networking, Technology

$JOB doesn’t have as much of a testing environment as one might like to have, so sometimes you discover issues during implementation that, once you resolve them, you can’t go back and pick apart. An issue with the vPC Peer link appears to have prevented one of our 7710’s going into our data center from properly forming an OSPF adjacency with the DR.




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Nexus 7700 Part IV: vPC – Basic Configurations and Annoyances

by on Jan.08, 2015, under Networking, Technology

Having been silent about my Cisco Nexus 7700 work for a while, I come across something that irked me a little bit while trying to configure our 7700 pair to replace the 6500s, involving Virtual Port Channels. So here’s what Virtual Port Channels are and how they basically work, as well as one or two things that you might want to be aware of. So, this may end up getting quite long …







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