We are in the middle of the installation of 2 Nexus 1010 appliances.
the two appliances have a failover mechanism where you have only one address for the cluster of appliance. I don't think that it is a good idea because the Vsm on the appliance already has its own HA mechanism. on the contrary, the appliance HA mechanism is confusing because you can only access by telnet the primary appliance. What if your active VSM is running on the secondary appliance? how to access Out of band to this one?
It would make more sense to me if each appliance 1010 would be standalone?
am I missing something here? any ideas on why we use Ha for the Nexus 1010?
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