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Cisco DNAC 1.2.10

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On 9/11/2019 at 11:20 AM, jeita said:
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    MD5: 4A326D203848945EBBDF67F13ABC147F

    SHA1: 44EA81184F2FD09FE4C1D757C0F4B95619B43CC0

     

    Use Etcher burn image to a 16G USB driver

     

    Tested and run well on my C240M3

    Here's my server hardware:

    CPU: 2x E5-2695v2 (sometimes CPU usage will over 90%)

    Memory: 256GB (The system uses over 100GB)

    Harddisk: 1x 1T SSD for System

    2x 1T SSD Raid0 for Fusion

    4x 1T SSD Raid0 for NDP/Assurance

    Haven't tested other diskspace config, just closest to meet offical config.

    But I think 3 SSD is necessary.

 

 

Need about 5 hours to install ,and 40 minutes for server booting up .

Do not upgrade to 1.3.0, they added Simplified Chinese but the database dumps. There's no way to fix but format and reinstall, or wait 1.3.1.

Hi, will this also work on Desktop with Intel core I9 9900 (8 core, 16 threads , 5Ghz clock ) processor , 125 GB RAM and 1TB SSD ?

 

 

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1 hour ago, hevey said:

The smallest appliance is 44 Cores and 256Gb of RAM. You can probably run it on a half of it, so let's say 22 Cores and 128Gigs of RAM. The problem is with storage. DNAC has a shitload of SSD disk drives and during installation tries to partition it the way appliance is built. So you need 3TB of SSD space in 3 partitions. Almighty Cisco tried to build Lab VM like a year ago and failed miserably. If you want 1.3.3 ISO and see for yourself I can share it with you.

so how can one build a home lab?, aren't these specs are too high? in future do they have a road map for some optimized VM type deployment which some one can afford to build?

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1 hour ago, Zackkkk said:

so how can one build a home lab?, aren't these specs are too high? in future do they have a road map for some optimized VM type deployment which some one can afford to build?

Official answer is you're not supposed to build a homelab. There's a hands-on lab on dCloud you could use if you want to test it.

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4 hours ago, dftommy said:

Official answer is you're not supposed to build a homelab. There's a hands-on lab on dCloud you could use if you want to test it.

did any one tried using dCloud labs, I hope they are enough to cover all the CCIE enterprise Infra syllabus of SD Access ?

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