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4 hours ago, ipmanyak said:
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If need  anybody     DNAC-SW-2.3.3.7

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Thanks. What a timely share.

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On 6/2/2023 at 6:21 AM, StudentDude said:

dont download it , no ova yet from Cisco , only Witness Based OVA . Witness meant to be for recovery

Lol, I already got the OVA and running on my system.  But unfortunately can't share it with others right now.

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19 hours ago, netkillui said:

What is the version and specs required? 

32 vCPU, 256G RAM, 2.9 TB SSD drive. I used it with Cat9kv it works perfect fine, however if you run more than one Cat9kv, they all will have the same serial number.

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13 hours ago, Myccie said:

32 vCPU, 256G RAM, 2.9 TB SSD drive. I used it with Cat9kv it works perfect fine, however if you run more than one Cat9kv, they all will have the same serial number.

Interesting. So the only real difference between this and creating a VM from ISO is the number of cpu cores required. min 62 vs 32 with pre built VM.  

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1 hour ago, netkillui said:

Interesting. So the only real difference between this and creating a VM from ISO is the number of cpu cores required. min 62 vs 32 with pre built VM.  

Here is the VM settings. Also, all the disk should be within the same virtual drives, otherwise you won't be able to create the VM.

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On 6/25/2023 at 8:30 PM, Myccie said:

Here is the VM settings. Also, all the disk should be within the same virtual drives, otherwise you won't be able to create the VM.

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where i can get the vDNAC .ova?

in the Cisco page i dont see any link, only the witness ova.

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On 6/26/2023 at 10:30 AM, Myccie said:

Here is the VM settings. Also, all the disk should be within the same virtual drives, otherwise you won't be able to create the VM.

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Kindly share this, mate. I would love to have my hands on it and deploy it for practice.

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