This topic is a chance to discuss more about the Catalyst 9000 series family and its consideration in regards of design and troubleshooting. This topic covers best practices for the C9200, C9300, C9400 and C9500 families, platform / software related restrictions and limitations, troubleshooting tips, platform verifications and monitoring / health-check tips for each one of the products in our Catalyst 9000 portfolio. It also covers implementation advice when deploying Catalyst 9000 for SDA/DNA environment.
Ask questions from February Tuesday 26th to Friday 15th of March, 2019
Camilo Hernández has been a Cisco TAC engineer for the Enterprise Routing & Switching team for 2 years at the Mexico City offices. Before Cisco, he worked at Sykes Colombia for 3 years as a Support Engineer – Team Lead, with the LAN Switching team. He specializes in the entire Cisco Catalyst portfolio, and L2 design and troubleshooting on IOS/IOS-XE platforms. Camilo holds a degree on Electronics Engineering at Universidad del Norte, in Barranquilla – Colombia. He holds a CCNA R&S certification. On his free time he loves literature and films, particularly from Colombian artists; he also enjoys photography, playing soccer and hiking.
Alejandro Mendoza is a Customer Support Engineer with the enterprise R&S team. Alejandro holds a bachelor degree in Engineer in Computer Systems form the Universidad de Valle de Mexico, Lomas Verdes. He has a CCNA certification in R&S.
Camilo and Alejandro might not be able to answer each question due to the volume expected during this event. Remember that you can continue the conversation on the Switching community.