I need to figure out the max power consumption of 7009. The issue is, at this point i am not sure what modules will be used, so just to give an estimate, how we calculate the max power consumption of nexus 7009 ?
We are planning for the office move and I need to estimate how much power we need to run a fully populated Cat4507R switch. The chassis include 2 Sups, one 6-port fiber line card, two 48-port Gig and two 48-port FastEthernet line cards. The switch also has redundant power supply (4200ACV 1400W). According to Cisco Power Calculator [URL], I need 49.5 amp 110-120V circuit. It seems to be too much higher than real world. How many 20amp circuit we would need when all the ports are fully utilized?
I have 2 x 3560e-24td-s 2 x ASA5510 2 x 2821(no modules) 2 x 2901
I'm trying to figure out power draw in Amps for my new cabinet. I looked at the data sheet for the 2821 and it says 3A for the 110V under the row AC Input Current, Would that be accurate if I did that for all the models and then just added up the total?
I am calculating Cisco 4500X power consumption requirements to select appropriate UPS systems. I have 4500X switch with dual power supplies.which value should I take for power consumption calculation, in data sheet it has two values: AC Power Max Rating: 750W System Power Consumption: 330W nominal/400W max
Which values should I take, to calculate UPS systems capacity? And also I am interesting when 4500x has two power supplies what is power consumption?
I would like to know if the power the Nexus 7K allocates per module is configurable?For example, we are only using the 8 didicated ports on our N7K-M132XP-12 card. The Nexus budgets 750W for the module, but given that we will only ever use 8 of the 32 ports we would like to allocate the remaining power elsewhere.
We have a nexus 5k, and it kind of got hung today... it is running. Version 5.1(3)N2(1b) the reset reason shows.Power down due to temperature sensor policy trigger.It doesn't look documented. What policy is it referring to? not sure if this is an IOS bug ?
How to properly power down the Nexus 5000 and the fabric interconnect switches? I have looked up and down cisco's and google web for steps, but they are all coming back with the answer to just disconnect the power cables after you have power down all the windows os and exs servers. Before i do that, I just wanted to make sure that that's the correct way to do it or if there are actual commands that I will need to run on the devices to properly power down. I know that the FI do have a command to reboot, but i need them to completely be power down.
We just purchased a Nexus 7010 switch and we are at a stand still with our COLO trying to figure out what power source should be provided. APC recommends a 50amp 3phase vertical cabinet PDU (AP7867). What type of power sourcereakers will be sufficient in handling the Nexus 7k /w (3) power supplies? Do the COLO need to provide single phase or 3 phase power recepticals?
My company is composed of three different campuses, all with a similar network topology. We currently are experiencing high bandwidth on our serial interface at one of the campuses in particular. The network is composed of about 20 VLANS routed internally using a Cisco 6509. Traffic to the outside is PAT’d by an ASA 5510 and then forwarded through our edge router interface. Each VLAN is PAT’d to a specific public address.Due to the PAT, how would you recommend determining what specific private addresses are consuming our resources on the serial interface. When I look at our NMS, it reports the public address, but that only narrows it down to a VLAN. For example, all the devices in VLAN 6 are translated to 188.8.131.52, and 184.108.40.206 is a top talker.
After stacking two 3750X switches, with four equal power-supply's, with StackWise and PowerStack , still got the next message every few hours %PLATFORM_ENV-1-FRU_PS_ACCESS: FRU Power Supply is not responding (gn4m-rt1p08-04-2)( note that the message revers to the second switch in the stack ) although the stackwise and powerstack on the switches is oke and are working correctly. !
Config : Stack-power in power-sharing mode/strict With CLI on the switch : All the power supply's and stack-power details, prio look OK.
Only: LMS prime /inventory/cisco-view/configure/power supply status result : some power supply's are marked as disabled.with the command > power supply 2 slot a off/on I manage to get the status back to "normal", but after a few hours some power supply's are again marked as "disabled".
We have two switches of the same model (WS-C3560-48PS-S) that are not providing PoE. I'm trying to remotely determine what the cause of the issue is.
Here is some output.
Hostname#show power inlineAvailable:0.0(w) Used:0.0(w) Remaining:0.0(w) Interface Admin Oper Power Device Class Max (Watts)--------- ------ ---------- ------- ------------------- ----- ----Fa0/1 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/2 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/3 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/4 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/5 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/6 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/7 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/8 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/9 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4Fa0/10 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4(code)
I have a 6500 chassis with 2 power supplies. At the moment I am using the default configuration:
power-redudancy mode redundant
The problem is that an inserted module is in "power deny" state due too insufficient power.
I know, that It's not a good idea to change into combined mode (loss of redundancy), but my customers requested this anyway.
So I will change to combined mode. So here's the 1 million dollar question: "Which modules will go into power deny, if one of my power supplies fails?"
The 6500 config guide states:
"Power supply is removed withredundancy disabled • System log and syslog messages are generated. • System power is decreased to the power capability of one supply. • If there is not enough power for all previously powered-up modules, some modulesare powered down and marked as power-deny in the show power oper state field."
Well, do you know if there's any way to configure some kind of priority? E.g. I definetly don't want by 10Gig Module or WiSM module to be in power deny. Can i statically make sure, those module will be powered on for sure? Like: "power enable module slot_number" How is this calculated? Or is random?
In a stand alone 3750x switch configuration, can the secondary power supply only act as a redundant power supply (active/standby), or can it become a "pool" of power similar to power sharing mode for StackPower (somewhat active/active)? I understand there is no stack involved here but I'm curious if this functionality is possible.
I have been tasked to replace the existing Cat 6500 and 3750 switches by Nexus 7000 and Nexus 2000.I was told initially my boss plans to get 2 x Nexus 7000 and then eventually blow up to 4 x Nexus 7000s.For Nexus, is there a list of tasks / points that i need to consider for building the initial design?
Can i just link the Nexus 7000 like the following?
N7k-A ========= N7k-B | | lots of N2ks lots of N2ks
we are planning a Nexus datacenter project with this layout:Our experiences with Nexus switches are not so large until now and the manuals are very extensive.Both N5K´s should be connected directly with all 4 N2K switches. I did not find a layout like this in the manuals. Only a design,where only 2 N2K are connected to one N5K, with this fex config:Now I´m not sure if it is right to make a config like this with the same slots and fex´s or with different slots and fex´s.
I have a power conncet 6224 with routing enabled with several VLANs setup.VLAN Database: 6,8,10,90-254VLAN 6 is our management vlan10 is for our core network services (DNS, Domain, Exchange etc)90-254 are isolated vlans.What I need to accomplish is to prevent vlans 90-254 from communicating with each other and only allow communication to VLAN 10 and the internet. All internet firewall work will be handled by our Sonicwall. [code]
Does the nexus 7010 support virtual switching yet? All of the posts I have found from about a year ago say that it is going to be supported, but there were no dates listed. I heard the same thing from Cisco a while back, but haven't followed up with it.If it is supported finally are there any configuration guides available for it?
Lucien is a customer support engineer at the Cisco Technical Assistance Center. He currently works in the data center switching team supporting customers on the Cisco Nexus 5000 and 2000. He was previously a technical leader within the network management team. Lucien holds a bachelor's degree in general engineering and a master's degree in computer science from Ecole des Mines d'Ales. He also holds the following certifications: CCIE #19945 in Routing and Switching, CCDP, DCNIS, and VCP #66183
We have our Nexus as our default gateway (101.1) and the default VLAN1 is setup with two subnets 101.X and 102.X. The DHCP server is using a superscope setup to accomodate the overflow of devices requesting IPs on 101, so when 101 is consumed persons are able to obtain a 102.X IP address. The setup is basic on superscope. The issue is some times the routing to the firewall with a 102.X is not always 100%. Somedays all goes well and the 102 subnet is routed out to the firewall and its a good day. However, such as today a 102.X address is not routing as it did 24 hours ago. I am perplexed as to why this is behaving unpredicatable. Here is running-config for VLAN1 to show the 102 as secondary address to VLAN1.
you find attached my network architecture with 2 Nexus 7010 on core layer and 2 Nexus 5020 on distribution layer, each one with 1 N2148T fabric extender switch. PC-A1 and PC-A2 are connected to one N2148T, PC-B1 is connected to the other N2148T. Nexus-7000-1 is HSRP Active for all VLANs, Nexus-7000-2 is HSRP standby. PC-A1 and PC-A2 are connected to VLAN A, PC-B1 is connected to VLAN B. PC-A1 and PC-A2 have the same default gateway correspondent to IP HSRP on VLAN A. It happens that PC-A1 is able to ping PC-B1 while PC-A2 is unable to ping PC-B1. If I issue a traceroute from PC-A2 I see Nexus-7000-2’s physical IP address as the first hop even if Nexus-7000-2 is HSRP standby. After the first hop the traceroute is lost. If I shutdown Port-channel 20 on Nexus-5000-2, PC-A2 starts to ping PC-B1.I can’t understand what’s wrong in this architecture.
I have an environment where i have two nexus 7010 switches, along with 2 nexus 5510's. I need to run OSPF as a layer 3 routing protocol between the vpc peer links. I have 1 link being used as a keep alive link, and 3 other links being used as a VpC link.
1) Is it best to configure a separate Vpc VLAN i.e 1010
2) Is it best to configure a vrf context keep-alive
3) just have the management address as the peer ip's.
I recently bought a bunch of cisco 3750-x switches. I configured them all and started deploying them. A day later, some of the switches started failing on me. When I connect the power cord to the AC main, the power supply module on the back shows "AC OK" LED Green but the "PS OK" LED shows Red. I started referring to the installation guide and it told me that "PS OK" LED turns RED when output has failed. Guessing this I checked with another power supply module that was working, but still I get the same LED indicators.The original power supply module works with other switches.IOS crash...?