An administrator is designing an access layer solution in a data center. A key requirement is to dual-home mission-critical server connections to two different switches, ensuring that the servers always have network access, even during switch software upgrades. This feature should support strictly-controlled provisioning.
What would best meet the administrator's needs when deploying AOS-CX switches?
MAC authentication is enabled on port 1/1/27 of an AOS-CX switch. The following MAC addresses are defined on the AAA server:
Examine the AOS-CX switch output:
Based on this information, what is true concerning port 1/1/27?
client-mode = Selects client mode. In this mode, all clients connecting to the port are sent for authentication.
device-mode = Selects device mode. In this mode, only the first client connecting to the port is sent for authentication. Once this client is authenticated, the port is considered as open and all subsequent clients trying to connect on that port are not sent for authentication.
A network administrator is tasked to set up BGP in the company's network. The administrator is defining an eBGP peering between an AOS-CX switch and a directly-connected service provider. The administrator has configured the following on the AOS-CX switch:
However, when using the "show bgp all summary" command, the state does not display "Established" for the eBGP peer. What must the administrator configure to fix this issue?