Periodically use "cnrFailoverConfig -compare" or WebUI in CNR 6.0 and above to check to make sure there are no differences.
Network topology changes or IP address allocation changes can make it necessary for clients to get a different address. You must plan for a period of time when some clients on a subnet have an address from the old range and some have renewed and gotten an address from the new range. You can reduce the amount of time during which both sets of addresses are active by reducing the length of leases before you make the change so that all of the clients have short-duration leases. This ensures that they must renew their leases frequently and therefore pick up a lease from the new range soon after you make the change. Be sure not to set the lease time so short that leases run out while you stop and start the server to make the change. After you have made the change, be sure to restore the original lease period so that you do not increase the load on the server
The unmanaged mode is also known as Network only switching, which is introduced in Brazos release. It adds the flexibility for customer to use only network automation for service appliance.
If a device is configured a...
Usually, we can access ESXi Shell by pressing Alt+F1 from ESXi DCUI (Direct Console User Interface).
But on HyperFlex system, it just shows black window.
This is expected behavior because HyperFlex redirects ESXi Shell output to SoL...
Configuring an Export Policy Using the GUI
This procedure explains how to configure an Export policy using the APIC GUI. Follow these steps to trigger a backup of your data:
On the menu bar, choose Admi...