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We have two 6500(6509) that is the core of our network. The 6500 Supervisors are EOS/EOL and no longer will it be under SmartNet at the end of the year. We have purchased one Nexus 7010 with two Supervisors. I would like to move all the services to the 7010 from the 6500 and have the 6500 working...
Hello, New to itknowledge exchange... I have a hand me down Cisco 2950 12 port switch. I currently have assigned to my Cable Modem4 Static Public IP's Note: Not real but used for example. 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 I run 3 servers in my basement all of which I have configured...
I have a netgear gsm7324 that needs to be configured as a router. I will connect several servers directly to this switch. I have WAN public IP's and LAN IP's. For each server should I configure a WAN for the port and LAN for the server? Thxs ML