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Aruba FIPS mode IAP VC issue

Today I have got a strange issue which I had never experienced with Aruba APs. Normally when you boot up an Aruba AP into an existing IAP cluster, it just joins the cluster but this time it didn’t. I have got the following error when I look into the system logs FIPS Warning: Failed to
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Cisco Viptela vEdge LAB High CPU

I am currently deploying a Viptela vEdge 17.2.x series in my ESX lab however as soon as I fired up multiple vEdges I noticed CPU utilisation went through the roof. Server couldn’t handle 4-5 instances as each consumes around 8GHz. This was very familiar to me from virtual SRX experience due to continuous polling and
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Layer 2 loop troubleshoothing

Check that stupid interface statistics first if things are god damn wrong One network guy says I thought it is better to write the summary of the ports first. I have had multiple layer 2 loops in my career and they were mostly disastrous. I think there is nothing more scary than a layer 2
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PXE for network engineers

As a network engineer, you might receive a request from your colleagues probably Desktop team to configure network devices for PXE server. If you don’t know what PXE, how it works and configured, I will try to answer those questions on this post. Mostly I will focus on Windows imaging which I mostly configured devices
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Juniper SNMPv2 on routing instance

When I need to configure SNMPv2 on a Juniper device and routing instance is involved, I always forget to enable some knobs. Here is a quick one which allowed me to query an EX switch through its VR (in my example VR name is ISP1). You can also specify your specific VR name under “routing-instance-access”
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List trunk ports on Juniper Switch

Have you ever wanted to list the trunk ports on a Juniper EX switch? Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to exist a single dedicated command for this purpose. In the past I used to use the following command: > show ethernet-switching interfaces detail | match Trunk but this is not working on new releases. Juniper keeps
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