Panel of IT Professionals, December 2008 The Southern California Cisco User Group is excited to welcome Vinay Nichani a Cisco SEM, Kevin Marz VP of Professional Services of Ascolta, Hersel Shoumer CEO of LA Networks and Susan Yu Corporate Recruiter for Edmunds.com
Routing 101 Jason Bomar of LA Networks, July 2008 Routing 101 – The presentation will include basic fundamentals of IP routing, route tables, route selection, etc. as well as common design principals in EIGRP and OSPF. All material will be based on real world practices and any questions, regardless of how basic, will be open for discussion.
Cisco NAC (Network Admission Control) Solution Robert Yee of Cisco Cisco NAC: Network Admission Control solution, Roberts presentation will be a high overview of NAC design and how it works.
802.11n and Cisco 1250 Access Point and ASR 1000 Robert Yee and Danny Wesonga of Cisco Systems - April 2008 The topic of Robert’s presentation will be on 802.11n and Cisco 1250 Access Point. The topic of Danny’s presentation will be the ASR 1000. He will give an overview of this new platform and its architecture and discuss product positioning. Cisco's Quantum Flow Processor and what it brings to the table will also be a point of discussion.
Network Design Clinic Jason Bomar with LA Networks Services, Inc. - March 2008 Jason Bomar will be presenting a Network Design Clinic, covering different aspects of network design (routing, switching, addressing, security, etc.). There will be a fairly brief presentation, but this is mostly intended as a working session. You can bring real world questions and get real world answers from a professional consultant – for free! Better yet, we can present the scenario to the group and discuss it as a whole, this kind of discussion happens rarely in this industry, and being able to ask it and get multiple viewpoints can be of HUGE benefit in your every day job.
MPLS WAN’s for the Enterprise
Jason Bomar with LA Networks Services, Inc. - January 2008 MPLS Technology, or Layer 3 VPN’s, is dominating the marketplace at this time. Gone are the days of Frame-Relay and ATM, and here are the days of any-to-any connectivity and QoS. In this session you will learn the ins and outs of evaluating different MPLS service offerings, what many of the common problems and pitfalls are, and what things to plan for when selecting a vendor and implementing a project. We will try and demystify some of the “vendor speak” for you surrounding this technology and touch very briefly on more advanced offerings along with this technology such as VPLS, etc.
My questions are: as WIKI does not seem to have enough definitive info, is there a time-frame for global implementation? Does e.164 and e164.arpa need to operate together, or can e.164 operate without it? I've been looking for a status of e.164, so if the...
My firewall has configured for 3 iPs1- for 0 port 10.80.xx.xx2- for 1 port 10.80.xx.xy3- for firewall itself 10.80.xx.xzBut i am able to ping from other ips also why? Can we asign more iPs to 1 port of firewall to allow more iPs to data access