The NX-OS is the latest Cisco operating system for its new equipment. Cisco has designed a dedicated operating system for some of its telecommunication equipment, such as switches and routers, so that the network manager can easily configure and use it. In physical equipment, the operating system as a soft interface facilitates hardware configuration work, as is the BIOS of computer systems that can be used to configure various settings and configurations of the system. People who deal with such equipment should definitely be familiar with the operating system so that they can correctly configure the router or switches and other hardware properly.
The Linux-based NX-OS is developed, and the middle layer can also communicate with the size of its operating system. The command line of this operating system is not the same as the previous operating system of this company, IOS (with the Apple iOS operating system!). The key features of this powerful operating system include sysmgr or system administrator, pss, or data warehousing and mts service, or messaging and transaction services. There are also other specialized capabilities that you should consider yourself.
But one of the questions that can be asked is the difference between the operating system and the old Cisco operating system, namely iOS. See NX-OS does not support the logon command to switch between users, it does not differ from the standard and extended access list, it does not support the scp server below 5.1, rather than the write command of the copy, when the user to nx- os, the user is set directly to the access level, and finally the SSH server is enabled by default, but the tallent is disabled.
- Nexus B22 (HP, Dell, Fujitsu)
- Nexus 9000 series
- Nexus 7700 series
- Nexus 7000 series
- Nexus 6000 series
- Nexus 5000 series
- Nexus 4000 (for IBM BladeCenter)
- Nexus 2000 series
- Nexus 3000
- Nexus 1000V
- MDS 9700 FC Directors
- MDS 9500 FC Directors
- MDS 9250i FC Switch
- MDS 9222i FC Switch
- MDS 9100 FC Switches
images to explore Cisco NX-OS. you can simply run in Virtual Box-e, and you can integrate into GNS3
a rare thing, was looking for some time, downloaded from here – http://forum.gns3.net/topic8069.html
I do not want to be lost …
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|Cisco NX OS Titanium v6.2.1 Image for Virtual Box GNS3 6.2.1||385 MB||Download||Download|