What is an uplink interface used for?
There's a 23800 appliance with quad NIC in slot 5. What would be the name of port 3 on this NIC?
What is the default IP range of Sync network (with no increment)?
What is the max amount of Orchestrators in Dual-site setup?
When running ifconfig command on an Appliance, there are interfaces shown in the list: ethl-Sync and eth2-Sync. What is the purpose of these interfaces?
Complete the sentence: Orchestrators works as...
What kind of cluster Dual-Site can be compared to?
A Dual-Site cluster is a type of cluster that combines the features of both Active-Standby and VSLS (Virtual Systems Load Sharing) clusters. Dual-Site clusters allow you to have two active clusters, one at each site, and the traffic is distributed between the two sites based on predefined rules and priorities.
A Dual-Site cluster can be compared to an Active-Standby cluster because one of the clusters is running in a passive mode and is only activated in case of a failure or a planned maintenance of the active cluster. And also can be compared to a VSLS cluster because both clusters are active and share the traffic load.
It's a type of High Availability solution that provides redundancy and failover capabilities across two geographically separated sites. In case of a failure or a outage on one site, the traffic is automatically redirected to the other site, ensuring that the service is not interrupted.
Complete the sentence: When using a Break-out cable...
What is the purpose of g_tcpdump command?