My first session started 8 am, and because I got in at 11 pm I had to do the registration early today. All went smooth!
First session was the TECCCDE-3005 CCDE technical session. It is an 8 hour session about both the CCDE written and practical exam. I am preparing a blog post about this session and I will post it by the end of the week.
In the evening we visited the Fremont Experience, but it was just too hot to stay long.
Guess what? Flight delayed. I will arrive in Vegas at 8:30pm. This sucks big time.
Well..at least I can charge my phone 🙂
While I am sitting here waiting for boarding I realize that it is actually my first year as a NetVet!
Because I also have the CCIE certification I will be attending a special reception with the Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins. Interesting!
Furthermore there is a special NetVet Lounge and a free e-book from Cisco Press.
And probably some more perks!
Finally..again…I am going to Las Vegas for Cisco Live!
I’ll be traveling from Amsterdam and will arrive at 7:30pm. I’ll be staying at the Luxor, right next to the Manadalay Bay convention center. It will be a 15 minute walk every day to get there.
So of course I’m wearing my fitbit 🙂
Today I’ll meetup with some Brazilian friends and have (probably) some steak for dinner 🙂
tomorrow I have a 8 hour session called: TECCCDE-3005: CCDE: The Cisco Certified Design Expert
Because I am preparing for the CCDE exam this is the perfect session (they say)
So keep an eye on my blog, as I will be posting a lot this week!!
Michel van Kessel
If you use SAN pin groups in UCS manager. it wil translate to the NPV traffic map feature on the CLI. You can see that with the “show npv traffic-map” command on the FI (connect nxos)
show npv traffic-map
UCS-SB60-A(nxos)# show npv traffic-map
NPV Traffic Map Information:
vfc699 san-port-channel 100
vfc702 san-port-channel 100
npv traffic-map server-interface vfc699 external-interface san-port-channel 100
npv traffic-map server-interface vfc700 external-interface vfc697
npv traffic-map server-interface vfc701 external-interface vfc697
npv traffic-map server-interface vfc702 external-interface san-port-channel 100
put a N55-M16UP GEM card in slot 2 in a N5548UP and you just want FC on that module. You can just ‘poweroff module 2‘ and ‘no poweroff module 2‘ without having to reload the whole thing.