In this post i will talk about Spanning Tree Protocol configuration and verification commands from NX-OS CLI point of view. Spanning Tree Protocol on NX-OS: As we already know, the STP is a mechanism used in the Layer 2 switched network, at which it is used to provide Layer 2 loop-free topology, hence it is … Continue reading 7-DC/Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) on NX-OS.
In this post i will talk about some of basic features and technologies supported by Nexus switches that depend on layer 2 operation, so i will talk about their operation, configuration and verification commands from CLI point of view, while i will talk about the other features in the next post. Layer 2 operation on … Continue reading 6-DC/Basic Layer 2 Operation and Features on Nexus switches Part 1.
In this post i will talk about new feature provided by NX-OS when installed at Nexus 7K, which is the Virtual Device Context or VDC, so in this post i will talk about its operation, configuration and verification commands from CLI point of view. Virtual Device Context (VDC): The Virtual Device Context or VDC is … Continue reading 5-DC/Virtual Device Context (VDC).
In this post i will talk about some information about how the NX-OS deal with the different files and the different locations where we can store the different files, as well how to check the differences between the current running configuration and startup configuration, and how to define rollback configuration in case we need to … Continue reading 4-DC/Nexus Files and configuration Rollback.
In this post i will talk about some information about the NX-OS Command Line Interface (CLI) so that we can know what are the features that are supported by the Nexus switches and how to configure them using NX-OS CLI (if possible) as the CLI commands i will provide are either based on UNL titanium … Continue reading 3-DC/Nexus Operating System (NX-OS) Command Line Interface (CLI).
In this post i will talk about the available Cisco Nexus switch family, as it is too important to understand the available switches and to know the different features and capabilities provided by each family so that you can determine which one you can use based on the implementation and design you want to deploy. … Continue reading 2-DC/Nexus Switch Family.
All of us know why any enterprise may need to use devices such as "Nexus switches" on its network infrastructure , the answer is simple, as it is based on the nature of services that it is providing either to its local users or its customers and type/amount of traffic passed over its network, so … Continue reading 1-DC/Nexus Operating System (NX-OS) overview.