Secure NX-API calls using HTTPS with a self-signed certificate.
Getting the FileCloud Sync Linux client working and accessible can be a bit cumbersome; this is an installation script for the Linux FileCloud sync client.
This is a sanitized example of a switch template that I built out with a strong focus on keeping the process as simple and unbreakable as possible for the intended end-users.
These applets will automatically update the description of an interface where a new CDP neighbor is detected, if not already described accordingly.
When this snippet is added to a Jinja2 template it will automatically build out an EEM applet that will set switch priorities and renumber all switches in the stack.
IOS-XE 3.7.4 cannot upgrade to 16.3.6 via smart-install because *new force* isn't appended. This workaround uses EEM applets in the FreeZTP J2 switch template to download install the updated image.
A user's status can be set as 'Bypass' in the Duo Admin Panel (to bypass 2FA), but as an exercise we can also use Duo's Auth Proxy along side a separate authentication server in an environment with Duo 2FA users and non-2FA users.
Using Pi-hole and Cloudflare’s new 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 public DNS servers together is a good idea… bolting DoH (DNS over HTTPS) onto that via the Cloudflared daemon is an even better idea (until Pi-hole natively supports DoH anyways).
Session logging can prove extremely useful when recollecting events during troubleshooting scenarios or even configuration-binges. SecureCRT’s logging settings allow the use of variables to define the filename/path.
Considering the 9000v is really only for labbing this isn’t a huge deal, but I was able but to default an interface from enable mode; config mode is not required.
Configure EIGRP on the N9K platform to establish dynamic routing adjacencies and achieve ECMP on a vPC VLAN.
I hear this *rule* regarding changing jobs frequently as a Network Engineer, focused primarily on maximizing income potential; I'm thinking there has to be exceptions to this.
To help prevent overwhelming network devices while pasting in large configuration files, user miked provided a script that you can use in SecureCRT on the Van Dyke forums.
Recently I received an RMA replacement for a CS-MARS-20 unit that had a failing drive. After restoring the backup from version 6.1.5 everything was back to normal, but we needed to get onto the latest version (6.1.8).