Remove Member from Dell EqualLogic Group

    There will be a time, it’s not if, it’s when you will have to remove a member from a Dell EqualLogic Group. Could be the member needs replacing or you just want to move that member to another group. Whatever the reason the member will have to be vacated (removed) from the group.

    To start the vacate process you will have to Delete the member from the group. Doing so will start the process by moving the data to the remaining members if there is the available capacity to do so if not the process will not start.

    Deleting member

    The time to remove the member from the group can depend on a lot of factors, network, size of the array, amount of data to move to the remaining members, etc.

    Once the vacating as started you can check the progress via the Member status tab of Group Manager.

    Sep 3, 2010 · Filed in: Dell, EqualLogic
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    Standard Access List

    Standard ACLs are used for everything from traffic filtering to route filtering and everything in between. Most people don’t use them for traffic filtering today, as they can only filter based on source address, extended ACLs are much more useful for traffic filtering. I use them for filtering debug output, access control to VTY lines, route update filtering, etc. Here is an example of a standard ACL being used for access control on the VTY lines of a IOS router. SC#config terminal SC(config)#access-list 99 permit host SC(config)#access-list 99 deny any any SC(config)#line vty 0 903 SC(config-line)#access-class 99 SC(config-line)#end SC(config)#
    Sep 3, 2010 · Filed in: IOS
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