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July 31, 2011  9:54 AM

Key differences between a Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches – Series 4



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
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One more difference I came across among Nexus 7010 and Nexus 7018 Switch is the power supplies, the Nexus 7010 Switch can hold up to three load sharing, fault tolerant , hot-swappable power supplies.  Whereas the Nexus 7018 switch can hold up to four load sharing, fault tolerant, hot-swappable...

July 31, 2011  8:09 AM

Key differences between a Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches – Series 3



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
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The other difference I have noticed between a Nexus 7010 and Nexus 7018 Switches is the way the cooling works. The Nexus 7010 and Nexus 7018 Switches are cooled using the fan trays which are found at the back of Nexus 7000 Series chassis. The Nexus 7018 Switch applies side to side airflow , the...


July 31, 2011  5:27 AM

Key differences between a Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches – Series 2



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
1.2 Tb/s system bandwidth, 480 mpps system switching, 7018, 80 Gb/s and 60 mpps per slot, Cisco IOS, Cisco Systems, Data Center, differences between a Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches, Fabric Card, key features of NX-OS, Linux, Linux based operating system, N7K-C7010-FAB-1, N7k-C7018-FAB-1, Nexus 7000 Series Switches, Nexus 7010, Nexus 7010 Switch Fabric module, Nexus 7018 Switch fabric module, Nexus Switches, NX-OS, Panduit Net-Access 7018 Cabinets, physical difference about Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches, SAN-OS, sup1, Supervisor Engines

In my previous post I mentioned about the physical difference about Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches, apart from physical differences there are some other...


July 30, 2011  6:31 AM

Key differences between a Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches – Series 1



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
7018, Cisco IOS, Cisco Systems, Data Center, differences between a Nexus 7010 and 7018 Switches, key features of NX-OS, Linux, Linux based operating system, Nexus 7000 Series Switches, Nexus 7010, Nexus Switches, NX-OS, Panduit Net-Access 7018 Cabinets, SAN-OS

We all know the introduction of Nexus 7000 Series brought the revolution to Data Centers; Nexus 7000 Series Switches are quite different from the traditional Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches.  Nexus 7000 Switches comes in two...


March 16, 2011  6:00 AM

Whether to disable Flash for the time being?



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Acrobat X, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Reader, Adobe Security Advisory (APSA11-01), Chrome, critical vulnerability, email, email attachment, Flash (.swf), Linux, Macintosh, Microsoft Excel, operating systems, Solaris, update for Flash Player 10, Windows

  Perhaps it's better for the time being to disable the flash. According to the Adobe Security Advisory (APSA11-01) post  there is a critical vulnerability exists in Adobe Flash Player 10.2.152.33 and earlier versions (Adobe Flash Player 10.2.154.18 and earlier for Chrome users) for Windows,...


October 12, 2010  5:49 AM

Cisco Nexus Switches comes with built-in Wireshark



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
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Wireshark is a great open source packet analyzer used for network troubleshooting installed in our laptops or desktops. What if you want to troubleshoot a problem in a


July 27, 2010  8:31 AM

Using TCL scripts to test connectivity of hosts in a Cisco device



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco Catalyst 6506 E, Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS 12.3(2) T, Cisco Press, Cisco Routers, Cisco Scripts, Cisco Switches, foreach VAR {, How to enable tcl in a Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch, Linux, Network Monitoring, Network Technologies and Trends, Network Tools, networking activities, programming language, scripting language, TCL, TCL Script for Cisco IOS, tclq, tclsh, Tool Command Language, UNIX, Using TCL scripts, Windows

In my


July 26, 2010  5:35 AM

How to enable tcl in a Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch?



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco Catalyst 6506 E, Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS 12.3(2) T, Cisco Press, Cisco Routers, Cisco Scripts, Cisco Switches, How to enable tcl in a Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch, Linux, Network Monitoring, Network Technologies and Trends, Network Tools, networking activities, programming language, scripting language, TCL, TCL Script for Cisco IOS, tclq, tclsh, Tool Command Language, UNIX, Windows

In my previous post I was talking about Tool command Language (TCL), since now we are familiar with the evolution of TCL lets proceed a step ahead to see how we can enable TCL in a Cisco...


July 25, 2010  6:25 AM

What is Tool Command Language?



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS 12.3(2) T, Cisco Press, Cisco Routers, Cisco Scripts, Cisco Switches, Linux, Network Monitoring, Network Technologies and Trends, Network Tools, networking activities, programming language, scripting language, TCL, TCL Script for Cisco IOS, Tool Command Language, UNIX, Windows

 

In today’s World we have many written scripts to automate our common tasks at work, we quite often use scripts in programming language,...


May 22, 2010  9:07 AM

Ubuntu UNLEASHED – a good title for beginners!



Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Installation and Configuration of Ubuntu, Linux, SAMs, Ubuntu, Ubuntu Installation, Ubuntu Unleashed

  Ubuntu was always an Interesting OS I was looking at, when I got an opportunity to get a book on Ubuntu from our community Manager Michael Morisy I readily accepted to get one copy of the title “Ubuntu Unleashed” published by SAMS. Thanks a lot Michael Morisy for your continued...


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