Run this script on your ExtremeWireless controller (IdentiFi).
Output as follows
D8:84:66:60:E9:60 authorized Rama-158
D8:84:66:60:E9:61 authorized Rama-158
D8:84:66:60:E9:68 authorized Rama-158
The default TFTP script does not work for backing up a Cisco ASA using inventory manager. So I changed it to this: (just needed a few spaces for the return character to be interpreted.
-- Use these scripts to manage Cisco devices
I have a need to accept SNMP traps from a Cisco ASA and ASR. All works fine, however, since I don't have the MIBs loaded, it doesn't seem to give me a descriptive trap and it's something difficult to decipher. I have tried loading MIBs into NetSigh...
When stacking 8 switches, all of them *unconfigure switch all* and out of the box... So they have never had ANY CONFIG. Some switches show this when you run show licence
You see Feature Packs: DirectAttach
This causes members of the stack to fai...
No problem! I wish there was some feature that would tell you exactly what caused the flow spike. Our network has lots of traffic, so I often can't pinpoint it, so it would be nice to know what "purview" thought the cause of the spike was.