can anyone point me in the right direction for suitable documentation.
I would like to learn more about replacing IBM channel extender units (made by Paradyne) with Cisco technology. These devices are used to extend a local mainframe channel interface over the WAN using some form of HDLC to remote locations. The remote device convert back into a mainframe channel interface to allow tapes and printers and diskdrive etc, to funtion as if they were directly connect to the Mainframe locally.
I am not sure how this process works but was wondering how to get support to do the same type of
Scenario. I am looking to put two remote printers that are connected via Paradyne channel extenders using a T-1 circuit. We are looking to remove the T-1 (with respective CSU/DSU’s) and connect the channel extenders to DCE type cables / with serial interfaces on Cisco 7206 routers. I am looking at both STUN and BSTUN documentation. Initially I was looking at STUN but have changed to BSTUN based on being told the printers use Bisync as opposed to SDLC, which looks more like STUN related. Once again any input / recommendations are welcome. - Sam
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...