They allow us to configure a template which is inherited by a group of ports.
Port profiles are great for ensuring consistency across port configurations.
It’s definitely crossing the line between a Data Center engineer and a Network Engineer. I have almost zero knowledge of UCS and Storage, but I think I could learn it.
The command “state enabled” makes this profile usable, without this command we wouldn’t be able to inherit the profile on a port.
Here is how we assign the config to a group of ports: n5k-1(config-port-prof)# sh port-profile port-profile VM type: Ethernet description: status: enabled max-ports: 512 inherit: config attributes: switchport access vlan 225 spanning-tree port type edge spanning-tree bpduguard enable evaluated config attributes: switchport access vlan 225 spanning-tree port type edge spanning-tree bpduguard enable assigned interfaces: Ethernet1/22 Ethernet1/23 Ethernet1/24 Ethernet1/25n5k-1(config-port-prof)# sh run port-profile port-profile type ethernet VM switchport access vlan 225 spanning-tree port type edge spanning-tree bpduguard enable state enabled interface Ethernet1/22 inherit port-profile VM interface Ethernet1/23 inherit port-profile VM interface Ethernet1/24 inherit port-profile VM interface Ethernet1/25 inherit port-profile VM This entry was posted by Colby on March 14, 2012 at am, and is filed under Tutorials. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
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