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Cisco Nexus 3K configuration guide

Paolo Caparrelli Cisco 22 June 2022

show policy-map system
show policy-map interface
This example shows how to reset the system qos configuration:
configure terminal
system qos
service-policy type qos input default-in-policy
service-policy type network-qos default-nq-policy
service-policy type queuing output default-out-policy
service-policy type queuing input default-in-policy
Configure Policy jumbo
#NOTA: sull'interfaccia verrà comunque mostrato MTU 1500 anche se in realtà supporterà i jumbo frame
policy-map type network-qos jumbo
  class type network-qos class-default
    mtu 9216
system qos
  service-policy type network-qos jumbo
Imposta l'indirizzo IP dell'interfaccia vrf di management
interface mgmt0
  vrf member management
  ip address
Configurazione dell'interfaccia di management
vrf context management
  ip domain-name buonvicini.local
  ip domain-list buonvicini.local
  ip name-server
  ip route
Configurazione snmp via vrf interface
snmp-server location Server-Room
snmp-server context def vrf management
snmp-server community buonsnmp group network-operator
Configurazione tftp via vrf interface
ip tftp source-interface mgmt0
Configurazione ntp client via vrf interface
ntp server use-vrf management
Impostazione timezone
clock timezone CET 1 0
clock summer-time CET 1 Sunday March 02:00 1 Sunday November 02:00 60
Banner login
banner motd ^ (invece di exec che non esiste)
Sicurezza per il login 
ip access-list quiet-sshAccess
10 permit tcp host any eq 22 log
20 permit tcp host any eq telnet log
login on-failure log
login on-success log
login block-for 10 attempts 3 within 60
login quiet-mode access-class quiet-sshAccess
Abilita il Virtual Port Channel
feature vpc
Utilizza gli SFP non supportati ufficialmente da Cisco
service unsupported-transceiver
Configura le porte da 40G mixando le 10G
hardware profile portmode 48x10G+4x40G
Configura un vPC con un altro switch
# definisce il port-channel (da fare su entrambi gli switch del cluster)
interface port-channel2
  description — Port-Channel2 to csco-sw20 –
  switchport mode trunk
  vpc 2
# aggiunge un'interfaccia 10G alla membership della vPC 2
interface Ethernet1/45
  description — Port-Channel2 to Te1/15 > csco-sw20 –
  switchport mode trunk  
  channel-group 2
Mostra lo stato dei virtual port channel (vPC)
show vpc bri
Mostra lo stato di sincronia del clock
#show ntp peer-status
Ping usando l'interfaccia di management
#ping vrf management

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