Catalyst 6500 Bootcamp
Catalyst 6500 Bootcamp
Switch Management and Operation
Vimala Veerappan
CSSTG Technical Marketing Engineer
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Agenda
Introduction
Smartport Macros
Configuration Rollback
EEM
Smartcall Home
Netflow
NAM
ERSPAN
Tools
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Introduction
Once the Catalyst 6500 is installed - what then
makes it much easier to administer and manage
than other available switch solutions…
THE ANSWER…..
Smartports -- Auto-Secure -- Auto-QoS -- Flash Sizes
Config Rollback -- EEM -- Smart Call Home -- LLDP
TDR -- GOLD -- LLDP -- Netflow Top Talkers -- SNMP
Subsystem ISSU -- PISA -- ERSPAN -- and much more…
Let’s Explore This In More Detail
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Service Deployment - Cisco Supplied Smartport Macros
Also built into the Catalyst 6500 is a set of default Smartport macros that are ready to go…
Router config
options for
trunking, STP
and QoS
Global config
options for STP,
Err-Disable, VTP
and UDLD
Desktop config options
for switchport, STP and
port security
Switch config options
for switchport and STP
Phone config options for switchport, STP, port security and Auto-QoS
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Configuration Management - Config Rollback
Configuration rollback provides a way to archive and save older configurations so that they may be
recovered as and when needed…
Configuration rollback allows the user to specify
how many older configuration versions they
wish to archive (up to 14 copies)…
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Configuration Management - Command History Log
The Catalyst 6500 IOS maintains a command history log - one log is kept for enable commands and the
other log for configuration commands - the number of commands kept in the log is configurable…
6500#show history
del disk0:init.txt
configure replace disk0:oldconfig-1
yes
show ver
show power
show ip int brief
archive config
show history
Enable Mode History
Administrator
6506(config)#do show history
archive
path disk0:oldconfig
maximum 10
write-memory
exit
router ospf 1
do show history
Config Mode History
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Configuration Management - Flash Size
Large flash sizes allow for multiple IOS images to be stored locally on the Supervisor - this saves time
and effort in copying IOS images from other locations when they are needed…
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Easy Diagnostics - GOLD
Generic Online Diagnostics can check the health of hardware components and verify proper operation of
the system at run time or boot time …
Configure online diagnostics
and check diagnostics results
Verify hardware functionalities
Automated action based on
diagnostics results
Detect and identify problems before they result in network downtime!
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Embedded Event Manager
What is it?
EEM is an IOS technology that runs on the Catalyst 6500’s control plane. It is a combination of
processes designed to monitor key system parameters such as CPU utilization, interface errors,
counters, SNMP and SYSLOG events, and act on specific events or thresholds/counters that are
exceeded…
The first release of the EEM
implementation (in Rockies 3.1
with Software Modularity) is based
on V2.1.5
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Embedded Event Manager
How can it be used?
These are a few of the many uses
that EEM can be applied to…
Bring a backup link up
when a packet drop
threshold has been
exceeded…
Send a page message
to operations if any
unauthorized hardware
in installed/removed
Send an email alert
when a configuration
change is made in
production hours…
Run specific
commands at set time
intervals to assist in
capacity planning
Generate custom
SYSLOG on scheduled
GOLD diagnostic run
highlighting H/W issue..
Generate custom login
message based on
user-id that logs in
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Embedded Event Manager
Basic EEM Architecture
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Embedded Event Manager
Detailed Architecture
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Embedded Event Manager
Event Detectors
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Embedded Event Manager
Event Detectors
Will allow IOS Applications or EEM Policies to publish application
specific events
Parses CLI commands for regular expression matches and
published an event on a successful match
Provides persistent EEM counters that can be set by policies - a
policy can be triggered when a specific counter crosses a
threshold…
Provides a generic HW fault detection framework for customers to
define their own fault coverage and corrective action(Catalyst 6500
Only Event Detector available in Whitney IOS release)…
Generates an event when a specific IDB port generic statistics
counter crosses a threshold (above or below).
This detector is used to generate an event when IOS memory leaks
occur, deadlocks or infinite loops are detected in IOS
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Embedded Event Manager
Event Detectors
Used as a placeholder for policies that are manually triggered via
the “event manager run <policy-name>” command
This will publish an event when either a linecard is inserted or
removed from the chassis
Generates an event for all Redundancy Framework notifications
and state transitions
Generates an event when a specific SNMP counter crosses a
threshold - either above or below
Generates an event for IOS modularity process start,
normal/abnormal stop and restart events
This detector is used to generate an event when IOS memory leaks
occur, deadlocks or infinite loops are detected in IOS tasks
(processes)
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Embedded Event Manager
Event Detectors
Generates an event when a specific SYSLOG message is
generated - match is determined using a regular expression
Generates an event at a specific time or after a specific period (I.e.
countdown).
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Time based POE using EEM
6500 12.2(18)SXF
4500 Testing in progress
Catalyst 6500 Ethernet Linecard + EEM
Branch
Call Manager
Green Campus
Green
Manager
EEM
Business Challenge
• To save $ by powering down IP phones when
unused
• Locations include customer offices with operations
9am-5pm
Next Steps
Deployment Overview
 Use modular Catalyst linecards combined
with Green EEM script from:
www.cisco.com/go/eem
$ saved by deploying time-based PoE
 15.4W
* 5,000 off hrs
* $.11/kWhr
= Savings of $85,000 per year for 10,000 phones
 Usage based IP Phone on/ off for
next generation IP phones

Integration with Call Manager

Monitoring and control with:
Centralized Mgr
“The power savings from using this EEM script
on the Catalyst6500 has saved us enough to
cover the price of all our 6,000W power
supplies!”
- Customer using the solution
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IP SLA – Embedded Performance Tool
Applications
Availability
Network
Performance
Monitoring
VoIP
Monitoring
Service Level
Agreement
(SLA)
Monitoring
Network
Assessment
Multiprotocol
Label
Switching
(MPLS)
Monitoring
Trouble
Shooting
Measurement Metrics
Packet
Loss
Latency
Network
Jitter
Dist. of
Stats
Connectivity
Protocols/Operations
Jitter
FTP
DNS
DHCP
DLSW
ICMP
UDP
TCP
HTTP
LDP
New Additions in 12.2(33)SXH
•Multi Operation Scheduler
•One Way Measurement
•Path Jitter Operation
•Reaction Threshold
•Scheduler
•TCP Connect Operation
•UDP Based VoIP Operation
•UDP Echo Operation
•UDP Jitter Operation
H.323
SIP
RTP
Radius
Video
•DHCP Operation
•Distribution of Statistics
•DNS Operation
•FTP Operation
•HTTP Operation
•ICMP Echo Operation
•ICMP Path Echo Operation
•LSP Health Monitor
•MPLS VPN Awareness
•VoIP Threshold Traps
A new solution available now for
Catalyst 65500
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Proactive, real-time
diagnostics and alerts
Automatic generation
of Cisco service
requests
Personalized web
reports
Secure, reliable
data transport
Smart Call Home
www.cisco.com/go/smartcall
Cisco
SMARTnet
Service
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Simplified Operation - Smart Call Home
Cisco TAC investigates
problem and suggests
remediation including
shipping replacement
parts if necessary
Customer implements
remediation and replaces
faulty part (if applicable)
Sends message to Cisco
TAC with precise
information and
diagnostics
Detects GOLD events and sends to Call Home
GOLD runs diags, isolates fault and precise location
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Netflow
Introduction - What is Netflow?
NETFLOW Process
1. Inspect packets key fields and identify value
2. If key fields unique, create flow record
3. When flow terminates, export flow record to collector
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Netflow
First the Hardware Part…
Netflow collection is a
hardware enabled feature
provided by the Policy
Feature Card (PFC)…
Both the Supervisor 720 and
Supervisor 32 are primed
with the PFC hardware to
support Netflow data
collection…
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Netflow
Control Plane and Data Plane
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Netflow
Netflow Capacities across the Supervisor family
Each of the Supervisors support for Netflow yields a different number of flows that can be
stored in the Netflow tables - the table below provides a summary of the Netflow capacities for
each of the Supervisors…
Table Size
Hash Efficiency
Effective Size
Hash Key Size
Sup2
128K
25%
32K
17 bits
Sup720
128K
50%
64K
36 bits
Sup720-3B
128K
90%
115K
36 bits
Sup720-3BXL
256K
90%
230K
36 bits
Sup32-8GE
128K
90%
115K
36 bits
Sup32-10GE
128K
90%
115K
36 bits
Sup720-10GE-3C
128K
90%
115K
36 bits
Sup720-10GE-3CXL
256K
90%
230K
36 bits
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Netflow
Netflow Hardware Record Format
Netflow TCAM
Layer 3
Forwarding
Engine
(Tycho)
Netflow Table
Netflow Key Table Entry Records
Netflow Stats Table
Netflow Statistics Table Entry Records
Netflow Table Entry
IPv4
Key Table
Entry
Protocol/
Mask
4
VLAN/
VPN
12
Protocol
Type
8
IP DA
IP SA
32
32
SRC
Port
16
DST
PORT
16
Xtag
4
VPN
Valid
1
Re-Circ
Central
Rewrite
1
1
Primary
Input
1
Netflow Stats Table Entry
First
Packet
Seen
FIN/RST
Create
Time
Last Seen
timestamp
Byte
Count
Packet
Count
Threshold
Exceeded
Count
Bucket
Count
RPF Fail
Cache
Update
Control
Bits
1
1
22
24
40
32
39
25
1
1
10
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Netflow
Netflow and the DFC
The Distributed Forwarding Card also has the
ability to collect its own set of Netflow statistics
independent of what is collected on the
Supervisor - this needs to be factored into the
design of a chassis with DFC’s..
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Netflow
Netflow and the DFC
Flows on each of the DFC modules can be interrogated from the CLI - the following
command output gives an example of what can be seen from the CLI output…
6500#show mls netflow ip module 3
Displaying Netflow entries in module 3
DstIP
SrcIP
Prot:SrcPort:DstPort Src i/f
:AdjPtr
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Pkts
Bytes
Age
LastSeen Attributes
--------------------------------------------------10.1.2.1
10.1.3.1
tcp :34138 :ftp
Gi3/3
:0x0
8114
314332
22
11:22:41
L3 – Dynamic
10.44.10.1
10.6.31.5
tcp :14102 :telnet
Gi3/22
:0x0
612
10134
61
11:23:51
L3 - Dynamic
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Netflow
Flow Masks define the Flow
The setup below could contain one, three or
four flows depending on the flow mask in
use…
Flow mask - Source IP >>> Everything counted under
one flow
Flow mask - Dest IP >>> Three flows
Flow mask - Full Flow >>> Four flows
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Netflow
Supported Flow Masks
The Catalyst 6500 supports the following flow masks - these are used to identify which pieces
of information in the header will be used as input into generating a key for flow lookups…
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Netflow
Looking at Flows on the Switch CLI
6500#show mls netflow ip
Displaying Netflow entries in Supervisor Earl
DstIP
:AdjPtr
SrcIP
Prot:SrcPort:DstPort
Src i/f
---------------------------------------------------------------------------Pkts
Bytes
Age
LastSeen
Attributes
--------------------------------------------------10.102.130.213
7
3766
10.230.215.148
25
10.97.36.200
9
10.90.33.185
10
<…>
10.214.39.79
17
10.155.22.221
21329
47
10.17.64.177
7664
17
10.46.13.211
5734
17
tcp :46528
15:47:37
tcp :51813
15:47:39
tcp :65211
15:47:38
tcp :27077
15:47:38
:www
:0x0
L3 - Dynamic
:45912
:0x0
L3 - Dynamic
:www
:0x0
L3 - Dynamic
:60425
:0x0
L3 - Dynamic
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Netflow
Looking at Flows on the Switch CLI
If a flow hashes to the same location as an existing flow (and there are no spare Alias CAM
entries), then the flow record is not created. Netflow tables are a finite resource, and as
such need to be managed to avoid the situation where flow records are not kept…
C6500#show mls netflow table-contention detailed
Earl in Module 6
Detailed Netflow CAM (TCAM and ICAM) Utilization
================================================
TCAM Utilization
:
100%
ICAM Utilization
:
0%
Netflow TCAM count
:
130944
Netflow ICAM count
:
0
Netflow Creation Failures
:
270274
Netflow CAM aliases
:
0
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Netflow
Now the Software Part - Netflow Data Export (NDE)
Netflow Data Export is a software process that
retrieves the data from the Catalyst 6500 hardware
and exports it in a pre defined record format to a
configured Netflow collector.
The Netflow collector can represent the data in a
variety of graphical and tabular forms…
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Netflow
Version 5 Record Format
The Netflow v5 record format is shown below…
4
4
4
2
2
4
4
SRC IP DEST IP Next Hop RTR IP Addr Inbound SNMP IFIndex Outbound SNMP IFIndex Packet Count Byte Count
0
4
8
4
12
4
14
2
2
16
1
1
1
20
1
2
2
Start Timestamp End Timestamp SRC Port DEST Port Padding TCP Flags L4 Protocol TOS SRC AS DEST AS
24
44
28
32
34
1
1
2
SRC Mask
DEST Mask
Padding
45
46
36
48
37
38
39
40
42
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Netflow
Version 7 Record Format
The Netflow v7 record format is shown below…
4
4
4
2
2
4
4
SRC IP DEST IP Next Hop RTR IP Addr Inbound SNMP IFIndex Outbound SNMP IFIndex Packet Count Byte Count
0
4
8
4
12
4
14
2
2
16
1
1
1
20
1
2
2
Start Timestamp End Timestamp SRC Port DEST Port Padding TCP Flags L4 Protocol TOS SRC AS DEST AS
24
44
28
32
34
36
37
1
1
2
4
SRC Mask
DEST Mask
Flags
MLS Router Address
45
46
48
38
52
39
40
42
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Netflow
Version 8 Aggregate Record
Netflow v8 flow export uses separate aggregation caches to group flow records allowing it to
store a subset of the information contained in a version 5 record…
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Netflow
Version 8 Aggregate Record Format - Examples
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Netflow
Version 9
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Monitoring - Netflow Top Talkers
Netflow Top Talkers is a new feature that presents information about the traffic flows that have consumed
the most bandwidth - these flows are displayed with the top talkers show command...…
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Switch Management - Show Platform Hardware Capacity
The show platform hardware capacity command provides an at-a-glance view of system wide resource
consumption…
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Switch Management - Show Sanity
The “show diagnostic sanity” command can be used to review the configuration for inconsistencies…
6506#show diagnostic sanity
Pinging default gateway 10.66.228.193
Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 10.66.228.193, timeout is 2 seconds:
!!!!!
Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 1/1/4 ms
Could not verify boot image "disk0:s72033-advipservicesk9_wan-mz.122-33.SXH.bin"
specified in the boot string.
The following ports have UDLD disabled. Please enable UDLD for optimum config:
Gi6/2
The following ports have an unknown UDLD link state. Please enable udld on both
sides of the link:
Gi1/16
The following ports with mode set to desirable are not trunking:
Gi1/48, Gi4/12, Gi4/16
The following ports have portfast enabled:
Gi1/48
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Easy Diagnostics - TDR
Time Domain Reflectometry is a hardware feature built into selected Cisco linecards that runs cable tests
over copper cables to facilitate the troubleshooting and diagnosis of cable faults...…
TDR facilitates troubleshooting of Cable Faults REDUCING time to fix
and resolve…
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Monitoring - LLDP and LLDP-MED
Link Layer Discovery Protocol - Media Endpoint Discovery is a means to allow the switch to discover the
attached inline powered device and negotiate the power requirements to optimize power consumption in
the switch...…
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Monitoring - PISA NBAR
Two new Supervisor 32 options with built in PISA provides for hardware based NBAR that serves to
classify application traffic - traffic can be blocked, redirected or logged - traffic can also be classified
providing higher priority for applications deemed business critical...…
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Cisco NAM
Function Overview
Application, Hosts,
Conversations, TopN, MPLS,
DiffServ, URLs …
Interfaces for key functions
Collaboration with best-ofbreed reporting vendors
Visibility into: Router, Switch,
NetFlow, WAAS, NBAR,
Unified Communications
Trigger-based
Packet decode
Internal & remote storage
App, Server, Network response
times
Insight into app behavior
Quality Metrics for Voice
and Video
Call attributes
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Feature Summary
 Port monitoring
 Flow monitoring
Applications
Hosts
Conversations
Top N
VLANs
 Application Performance
Analytics
 Voice quality analytics
 Video quality monitoring
 QoS (DiffServ) monitoring
 MPLS monitoring
 Packet capture and decode
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Switchport Monitoring
•
•
•
View traffic statistics on
all ports
Traffic statistics include
utilization, bytes,
packets, broadcasts,
multicasts, and errors
Drill-down on a
particular port to obtain
more granular details
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Flow Monitoring: Real-Time &
Historical
 Learn what applications are running on the network, who’s using them, and
how much bandwidth they’re consuming
 Proactively spot bottlenecks before your network suffers blows to
performance
 Define and improve the consistency and quality of both individual and
overall network services
 Understand network behavior before and after a business change
Detailed Host Statistics
Conversation Pair Statistics
Application Distribution
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Application Performance Analysis
Clients
Applications
NAM
Server
Client
Delay
Server
Network
Server Delay
Client
Network
Application
Delay
Network Delay
Total Delay
 Measure network round trip time, client response time, server response time, transaction times
 Troubleshoot application performance problems
Perform pre- and post-deployment monitoring of app optimization & acceleration services
 Analyze application behavior and trends for capacity planning
 Define and assure application services levels
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Packet Capture and Decode
•
•
•
•
Perform multiple
captures simultaneously
View decodes while the
data is still being
captured
Use triggers, filters, and
a capture analysis toolkit
to simplify problem
identification and
resolution
Save captures onboard
or remotely
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Voice Monitoring
• IP telephony monitoring
– Track active call attributes
– Identify call quality degradation using
packet loss and jitter statistics
– View call details for individual phones
• Real-time & historical flow monitoring
– View distribution of VoIP protocols
• Application Performance Analytics
– Measure Cisco Unified
Communications Manager response
times
• QoS monitoring (DSMON)
– View VoIP traffic by DSCP values
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Voice Quality Monitoring
Troubleshoot Video
Delivery Problems
 Provides real-time video packet loss
statistics
 Includes src/dest address filter to
monitor key RTP streams of interest
 Key data includes RTP packet count,
packet loss, and packet loss rate
 Enables alarm thresholds to be set
on packet loss variables
 Logs RTP packet loss events as
syslogs
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QoS Monitoring
 Validate planning assumptions
and QoS allocations
 Detect incorrectly marked
or unauthorized traffic
NAM-Embedded Traffic Analyzer
Ethernet Header
IP Header
DSMON
MIB
TCP Header
FTP Data
(DSCP40)
(DSCP26)
(DSCP24)
ICMP
SNMP
Ethernet
(DSCP0)
(DSCP0)
FTP
(DSCP24)
SNMP
http
FTP
(DSCP0)
FTP
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Switch/Router Health Monitoring
•
•
Monitor vital switch/router resources
such as CPU usage, backplane
bandwidth, memory usage, temperature
and fan status, sysUpTime, and power
supply status
Provides immediate information on the
health of critical network devices
Tight integration with the switch/router permits the NAM to monitor and track
important infrastructure health diagnostics
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Monitoring - SPAN/ERSPAN
SPAN and ERSPAN are replication techniques that can send a copy of data from a port/VLAN to a local
switchport or switch at a remote location (over an IP cloud)...…
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SPAN and VSS
In a Virtual Switching System, the number of SPAN sessions is limited to what the VSS Active
Supervisor can provide. SPAN capacity on the VSS Hot Standby is not factored into available
SPAN sessions…
Virtual Switch Domain
Switch 1 Supervisor
Switch 2 Supervisor
VSL
VSS State : Active
SPAN Management: Active
Replication: Active
VSS State : Hot Standby
SPAN Management: In-Active
Replication: Active
Virtual Switching System is supported in 12(33)SXH1 which introduces the following SPAN
capabilities per Virtual Switching System Domain…
Virtual Switch Domain
TX SPAN Sessions
RX/Both SPAN Sessions
Total SPAN Sessions
14
2
16
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Catalyst 6500 MIBs
ATM-MIB
BGP4-MIB
BRIDGE-MIB
CISCO-AAL5-MIB
CISCO-ALPS-MIB
CISCO-ATIM-EXT-MIB
CISCO-ATM-PVC-MIB
CISCO-BCP-MIB
CISCO-BGP-POLICY-ACC
CISCO-BSTUN-MIB
CISCO-BLUK-FILE-MIB
CSCIO-BRIDGE-EXT-MIB
CISCO-CABLE-DIAG-MIB
CISCO-CALL-HISTORY
CISCO-CALLHOME-MIB
CISCO-CAR-MIB
CISCO-CASA-MIB
CISCO-6K-CROSSBAR
CISCO-CDP-MIB
CISCO-CBQOS-MIB
CISCO-CONFIG-COPY
CISCO-CONFIG-MAN
CISCO-DHCP-SNOOPING
CISCO-DLSW-EXT-MIB
CISCO-DLSM-MIB
CISCO-DSPU-MIB
CISCO-DYNAMICP-ARP
CISCO-ENHANCED-IMAG
CISCO-ENHANCED-MEMPOOL
CISCO-ENTITY-ASSET
CISCO-ENTITY-DIAG-MIB
CISCO-ENTITY-DISPLAY
CISCO-ENTITY-EXT
CISCO-FRU-CONTROL
CISCO-ENTITY-SENSOR
CISCO-ENTITY-VENDOR
CISCO-ENVMON
CISCO-FLASH-MIB
CISCO-FLEX-LINKS-MIB
CISCO-FRAME-RELAY
CISCO-FTP-CLIENT
CISCO-HSRP-EXT-MIB
CISCO-HRSP-MIB
CISCO-IETF-ATM2-PVC
CISCO-IETF-IP-FORWAR
CISCO-IETF-IP-MIB
CISCO-IF-EXTENSION
CISCO-IMAGE-MIB
CISCO-INTERFACEOPN
CISCO-IP-TAP-MIB
CISCO-IPMROUTE-MIB
CISCO-IP-STAT-MIB
CISCO-L2-CONTROL
CISCO-L2-TUNNEL-CONF
CISCO-LAG-MIB
CISCO-MAC-NOTIFICAT
CISCO-MEMORY-POOL
CISCO-NDE-MIB
CISCO-NETFLOW-MIB
CISCO-NETINT-MIB
CISCO-NTP-MIB
CISCO-PAE-MIB
CISCO-PAGP-MIB
CISCO-PIM-MIB
CISCO-PING-MIB
CISCO-PORT-SECURITY
CISCO-PORT-STORM
CISCO-POWER-ETHERNET
CISCO-PRIVATE-VLAN
CISCO-PROCESS-MIB
CISCO-PRODUCTS-MIB
CISCO-QOS-POLICY
CISCO-QUEUE-MIB
CISCO-RF-MIB
CISCO-RMON-CONFIG
CISCO-RSRB-MIB
CISCO-RTTMON-MIB
CISCO-SLB-EXT-MIB
CISCO-SLB-MIB
CISCO-SNAPSHOT-MIB
CISCO-SONET-MIB
CISCO-SRP-MIB
CISCO-STACK-MIB
CISCO-STP-EXT-MIB
CISCO-STUN-MIB
CISCO-SVI-AUTOSTATE
CISCO-SWITCH-ENGINE
CISCO-SWITCH-MCAST
CISCO-SWITCH-QOS
CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB
CISCO-TAP2-MIB
CISCO-TCP-MIB
CISCO-UDLDP-MIB
CISCO-VINES-MIB
CISCO-VLAN-IFTABLE
CISCO-VLAN-MEMBER
CISCO-VLAN-TRANSLAT
CISCO-VPDN-MGMT-MIB
CISCO-VTP-MIB
DLSW-MIB
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Critical 6500 MIBS
ENTITY-MIB
ETHERLIKE-MIB
EXPRESSION-MIB
HC-RMON-MIB
IEEE8021-PAE-MIB
IEEE8023-LAG-MIB
IF-MIB
IGMP-MIB
INT-SERV-GUARANTEED
INT-SERV-MIB
INTERFACEOPN-MIB
IPMROUTE-MIB
ISDN-MIB
MAU-MIB
MPLS-LDP-MIB
MPLS-LSR-MIB
MPLS-TE-MIB
MPLS-VPN-MIB
NOTIFICATION-LOG-MIB
NOVELL-IPX-MIB
NOVELL-NLSP-MIB
NOVELL-RIPSAP-MIB
OLD-CISCO-APPLETALK
OLD-CISCO-CHASSIS
OLD-CISCO-CPU
OLD-CISCO-DECNET
OLD-CISCO-FLASH
OLD-CISCO-INTERFACE
OLD-CISCO-IP-MIB
OLD-CISCO-MEMORY
OLD-CISCO-NOVELL
OLD-CISCO-SYS-MIB
OLD-CISCO-TCP-MIB
OLD-CISCO-TS-MIB
OLD-CISCO-VINES-MIB
OLD-CISCO-XNS-MIB
PIM-MIB
POWER-ETHERNET-MIB
RFC1213-MIB
RFC1243-MIB
OSPF-MIB
FRAME-RELAY-DTE-MIB
DS3-MIB
OSPF-MIB
FRAME-RELAY-DTE-MIB
DS3-MIB
RFC2006-MIB
RMON-MIB
RMON2-MIB
RS-232-MIB
RSVP-MIB
SMON-MIB
SNA-SDLC-MIB
SNMP-COMMUNITY-MIB
SNMP-FRAMEWORK
SNMP-MPD-MIB
SNMP-NOTIFICATION
SNMP-TARGET-MIB
SNMP-VACM-MIB
SNMPv2-MIB
SONET-MIB
TCP-MIB
UDP-MIB
Critical MIBs for monitoring
New MIBs in 12.2(33)SXH
Catalyst6500 MIBs - http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/netmgmt/cmtk/mibs.shtml
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New VSS MIBS
CISCO-VIRTUAL-SWITCH-MIB has been defined to support SNMP access to the Virtual
Switching System Configuration - the following MIB variables are accessible to an SNMP
manager…
cvsGlobalObjects - Domain #, Switch #, Switch Mode
cvsCoreSwitchConfig - Switch Priority and Preempt
CISCO-VIRTUAL-SWITCH-MIB
cvsChassisTable - Chassis Role and Uptime
cvsVSLConnectionTable - VSL Port Count, Operational State
cvsVSLStatsTable - Total Packets, Total Error Packets
cvsVSLPortStatsTable - TX/RX Good, Bad, Bi-dir and Uni-dir Packets
This MIB will be the main vehicle though which Network Management stations access
information relevant to the operation of the Virtual Switching System…
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What’s new for LMS 3.1
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VSS support
Support for device Diagnostics
– GOLD
– EEM
– Smart Call Home
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PoE Management
Best Practices and Discrepancy
Reporting
EOS/EOL & PSIRT Reports
Metro-E 802.1ag Ethernet Ping and
Jitter Operation and auto IP SLA
NEW
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Resource Manager Essentials
• Inventory Manager
– Detailed inventory collection and
reporting
• Software Image Manager
– Complete software image mgmt,
–
download and tracking
Modular IOS support
• Configuration Manager
– Version control, archival, editing and
NEW
–
reporting
Network-wide config changes
• Change Audit Services
–
Single interface to view all
hardware, software, and
configuration
changes
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Resource Manager Essentials
• Syslog Analyzer
– Distributed collection, flexible reporting, and
action scripts to pinpoint network incidents
• PSIRT Report
– PSIRT details, Announced date, Description ,
Severity, IOS VersionNEW
(s) impacted, Image File
Name (s), Fixed in IOS Version, Number of
Devices Impacted, Devices affected due to
PSIRT
• EoSale/EoLife Report
– Hardware Platforms with published EoX
bulletin, Cards/Modules with published
EoX
NEW
bulletin.
• Diagnostics & Tools
– Troubleshoot device connectivity
– Desktop integration of partner and customer
applications
– User customizable Network-wide show
command tool
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PISA Campus Application Visibility
Localized View and Aggregated Campus View
QPM 4.1 Enhancements
Aggregated View
 Support NBAR protocol discovery
 Enhanced PDLM support
 Improved UI experience
NetQoS NetVoyant 5.1
 Group PISA to provide an aggregated
view of the application usage
 Event drill down capability for granular
view
 Capacity planning
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Catalyst 6500 Management
Summary
The Catalyst 6500 provides a range of features that simplify both the management and ongoing
administration of the switch…
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Catalyst 6500 Feature Roadmap
(Operation & Manageability)
12.2(33)SXI
FCS – CQ4 2008
12.2(33)SXH
Shipping
Half Dome
FCS – 1st Half 2010
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IPSLA
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System health check
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Flexible Netflow
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Configuration Rollback
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Config change tracking
•
XML Programmatic Interface
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Customizable Smart Ports
•
Config change checksum
•
Web Services
•
Power Limiting
•
Flash MIB file type option
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Netflow Top Talkers
•
CatOS MIB parity
New line card support with out
software upgrade
•
Per Interf. Netflow Data Export
•
Show hardware capacity MIB
•
Connectivity Management
Processor
•
AutoQoS
•
Test TRAP
•
•
CallHome with EEM and
GOLD
•
IPSLA Enhancements
Increased no. of Tx/Rx SPAN
sessions
•
SNMP, SYSLOG, HTTP IPv6
support
•
GOLD Enhancements
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IPSLA Enhancements
Ethernet OAM IPSLA
•
LLDP and LLDP-MED
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MAC address notification
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Link error monitoring
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Config Diff utility
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Port disable on errors
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Mini protocol analyzer
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Command history log
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Duplicate MAC indicator
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VLAN Locking
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Incr. No. of ERSPAN sessions
Traffic monit. Syslog (back
plane and fabric)
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Distributed ERSPAN
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Rollback confirmed change
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50+ MIB objects
•
MIB enhancements
•
Syslog level granularity
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