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To help others in case of failure, Cause of the failure was a switch restart for maintenance, and even after 2-3 days, the intents retained their failure status. As per your suggestion,I deleted and recreated them with the same names and specifications, and now they are functioning perfectly. Thank ...
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you can remove intents especially for management / compute this will not delete the vSwitch.And it cannot do so. As long VirtualNetworkAdapters of VMs are "connected" to a vSwitch you cannot (acidentially) delete this vSwitch. Why would one want to remove an intent then- we assume vSwitch is fine (n...
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Can we delete an Intenet and recreate ?will it affect the VMs ?
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in IPv6 Transition Technology Survey on Feb 19 2024 06:57 PM
> The journey toward IPv6 only networking is challenging, and today there are several different approaches to the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 with multiple dual-stack or tunneling stages along the way. How much of the challenge is due to all the IPv4-to-6-back-to-4-then-maybe-6-again transformation...
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Hopefully, you'll make your survey statistics public so our business can soon learn what's important.
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