This topic is a chance to discuss more about VPC configuration, best practices and troubleshooting. vPC is a virtualization technology that presents both Cisco Nexus family paired devices as a unique Layer 2 logical node to access layer devices or endpoints. A virtual port channel (vPC) allows links that are physically connected to two different Cisco Nexus devices to appear as a single port channel to a third device. The third device can be a switch, server, or any other networking device that supports link aggregation technology. A vPC can provide Layer 2 multipathing, which allows you to create redundancy by increasing bandwidth, enabling multiple parallel paths between nodes and load-balancing traffic where alternative paths exist.
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Parminder Nath is a customer support engineer in Cisco HTTS (High Touch Technical Support). He is an expert on LAN Switching and Data Center products. His areas of expertise include Cisco Catalyst 2x00, 3x00, 4x00, 6500, Cisco Nexus 7700, Nexus 7000, Nexus 6K, Nexus 5K, Nexus 3K and N2K. He has over 11 years of industry experience working with large Enterprise and Service Provider networks. Parminder is CCIE Data Center(#51436).
Mahabir Prasad is a customer support engineer in Cisco HTTS (High Touch Technical Support). He has around 10 years of total experience and has been working with Cisco for 4 years and 10 months in multiple domains. His area of expertise are Nexus switches (N2K, N3k, N5k, N9K) and UCS infrastructure. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from J.I.E.T. college of Kurukshetra University. He also holds CCIE Data Center (CCIE#44060) and RHCE certification.
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