I had the joy of dealing with the USB drive which hosts my ESXi host's OS and configuration go bad, and naturally without a backup of the configuration. I did manage to recover enough of the drive to gain access to the "state" archive which contains the host configuration (this is stored as state.tgz). The … Continue reading Recovering an ESXi host with the state archive….
I ran into an interesting problem preparing for an 802.1x deployment - the authentications report in Cisco ISE was full of all the network devices checking to make sure ISE was still available (health checks). As seen below the load balancer's keep alive fill the logs pretty much on their own, imagine trying to troubleshoot a … Continue reading Hiding (filtering) a specific user from reporting in Cisco ISE