Jason Bomar of LA Networks, December 2011 - IP Routing 101: How is a routing table built? How are the most common protocols configured? What are they common best practices? How do you troubleshoot a routing issues - how do you even know if you have a routing issue? We will go over basic IP routing concepts like RIB, FIB, prefixes addresses, etc. We will also cover basic configurations for common protocols like EIGRP and BGP. Questions are highly desired in this interactive talk!
Humphrey Cheung of Router Gods Meetup Group, November 2011 - Studying for your CCNA/CCNP/CCIE doesn't necessarily require racks of gear, a huge electric bill and frowns from your significant other. Freely available router emulators like Dynamips and GNS3 can "run" dozens of routers and switches on modern computers. In this meeting, we will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of various router/switch virtualization platforms. A live demo of the programs will be shown and compared side-by-side to real Cisco gear.
Robert Yee of Cisco Systems, October 2011 - After all these years of talking about IPv6, is it finally time to start the transition? Earlier this year, The last of the IPv4 blocks were allocated by IANA. How does this event affect you and your business? Show up to SCCUG on October 13th and find out what is in store for you. Robert will discuss what is currently driving the push for IPv6 and how this can affect you. Also on the agenda is a discussion of transition strategies.
Steven Levendusky of Cisco Systems, September 2011 - IP Mobility is ever more important in today’s fast paced world. Most people carry 2 or 3 devices – and they want to be connected. How do you provide constant, consistent and secure access to the exponentially growing population? Come join us as we discuss and demonstrate the latest features of Cisco’s 802.1N wireless solution – including mitigation of wireless interference, provided protected wireless bandwidth to accommodate video, and improving wireless connectivity for legacy wireless clients.
Scott Meyer of Cisco Systems, July 2011 - UC and UCS Solutions. Virtualization of applications has been a critical part of customers IT and Data Center strategy for management and reducing costs. With Cisco’s launch of their own server platform, Unified Computing System (UCS), Cisco has also virtualized its Unified Communications (UC) portfolio. We will discuss the solution offering, roadmap and best practices around the UC on UCS solution as well as the benefits.
Narbik Kocharians a triple CCIE engineer and instructor, June 2011 - Route Filtering in OSPF and Eigrp at a CCIE level.
Robert Yee of Cisco Systems, May 2011 - Basics of PKI Infrastructure - ASA Updates 8.2, 8.3 and 8.4
Alex Wehmeier of Basics of PKI Infrastructure, April 2011 - This is a no nonsense entry level discussion of what PKI is, how it basically works, what some of the better designs are and why, what the shortcomings are, etc. There will be very little math, and we will go much deeper into how it works and why it works, along with some common design criteria for PKI infrastructure.
Jason Bomar of LA Networks, March 2011 - We will be covering QoS technology in-depth, from both a LAN and WAN perspective. Emphasis will be on recent changes, challenges and actual deployment scenarios. We will do our best to cover the following: Diff Serv Model, LAN considerations, WAN Considerations, Marking, Queuing, Policing, WREDH, and QoS.
Robert Yee of Cisco Systems and Jason Bomar of LA Networks, February 2011 - www.cisco.com (AKA CCO or Cisco Connection Online) may be the most powerful tool you have to help you throughout your networking career. There are many great tools that you may know and use, but there are probably many more at your disposal that you may not know about. Please join Robert Yee and Jason Bomar as they navigate through the CCO as they point out some of the best tools. Do you also have favorite you would like to share? Let’s make this interactive and bring your laptops!
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