Jason Bomar Of LA Networks, December 2009 Advanced Routing Techniques - Many people can set up a basic routing protocol and the topic has been covered several times within this very group. But what happens when basic EIGRP won’t get the job done? Perhaps you have bought a company that uses OSPF and you need to merge the networks? What if you want to implement a multi-vendor MPLS solution and want so load share the two clouds which are NOT connected? How about if you have an MPLS cloud for extranet business partners – how will you keep them separate without buying more infrastructure? All of these topics and many more will be covered in a deeper dive into the tool belt of the Router Jockey!
Jules Baweu of Sohnen Ent. and Robert Yee of Cisco Systems, November 2009 The presentation will introduce the fundamentals of Spanning Tree Protocol (STP); will covert the features and operation of the protocol. Features for enhancing STP performance - Rapid STP and Multiple STP will be discussed. Will briefly discuss Per VLAN Spanning tree (PVST+) and Per VLAN Rapid Spanning Tree (PVRST). Overview of the latest ISR updates. We will discuss the new architecture, service modules and IOS.
Alex Wehmeier of LA Networks and Robert Yee of Cisco Systems, October 2009 SIP Peering for the Corporation: this will be a discussion of how to best leverage VOIP technologies for the “last mile” connectivity to the PSTN. Topics will include: SIP technology overview, how SIP peering will drive cost savings, what additional functionality and redundancy can be achieved, design and deployment ideas and potential issues to look out for. This is the newest version of ACS and it has been given a massive overhaul. Robert will cover the key differences between 5.0 and its predecessors as well as give a live demo comparing ACS 5.0 and ACS 4.2
Mike Holland Of Move.com , September 2009 Mike will be presenting a high level overview of IP Multicast. Topics will include PIM, IGMP, tree types, design criteria, deployment options, etc. He will start with a general overview of types of multicast and their applications. Time permitting, we will be also covering troubleshooting commands and some of the common issues with the implementation of multicast based on an Enterprise environment.
Jason Bomar Of LA Networks , August 2009 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.
Jason Bomar Of LA Networks , July 2009 Nexus and How it Fits in Your Data Center - By now almost everyone has heard of the Nexus switches, but how many people have deployed them, particularly in a production environment? We will walk through a practical case study where we look at a greenfield Data Center that decided to use Nexus as its core technology. We will look at what technologies they did buy into, which ones they didn't, and the reasons why, and the lessons learned. Although all of the information has been scrubbed to remove any reference to particular clients, this presentation will be based on real world accounts.
Ryan Mathus of Cisco Systems, June 2009 Cost Saving Using Cisco Unified Communications Trying to figure out how you can help the bottom line? How can IT fight the perception of being a cost center and contribute to cost savings and revenue generation? This is a presentation to introduce you to Cisco Unified Communications and explain how it can be leveraged for cost savings and productivity gains. Technologies such as desktop video, IM and TelePresence will be covered.
Robert Yee of Cisco Systems, May 2009 LAN Switching 101 - Ever wonder how Spanning Tree works? What VTP is? What about the difference between a Trunk and an Etherchannel? We will be having an INTRODUCTORY level discussion on switching technology covering all of these and many more LAN technologies. We will cover common terms and definitions, core and fundamental building blocks, design principals and best practices and if time permits, some of the newer developments and enhancements to LAN Switching. As always, a healthy Q&A component is highly beneficial to all, so please bring your questions!
Jason Bomar Of LA Networks , April 2009 MPLS WAN services have become the de facto standard for deploying any sizable WAN these days. There remains a lot of mystery around how to design it, what to ask the vendors who are providing the services and what are some of the key issues and skills needed to navigate such a project. Join us as we go through a NEW presentation on buying and deploying MPLS WAN services for your company – based on countless real-world installs and projects!
Robert Yee of Cisco Systems, February 2009 Practical BGP for Internet Redundancy – Robert will discuss the considerations in designing and implementing a BGP solution for internet redundancy and practical implementation strategies and lessons learned for using BGP.
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