What is the best way to bridge the gap between business requirements and
what a network can deliver? The answer is clear: Intent-based networking
for the WAN. We know the journey is long and ongoing, but the good news
is that the closer we get, the faster...
Hi everyone, I am having Cisco switch 3750 48 port . I would like to
know which NIM will support my switch. And weather it will support both
Fiber optic and copper wire(Ethernet). Please let me know the part
number of the NIM which would support the switc...
OSPF to BGP ROUTE DISTRIBUTION WITH ROUTE-TAGSWhile working with a
customer, I came across an interesting issue that I thought is worth
sharing. The customer is having Firewall in LAN, with which CPE router
is having OSPF peering. Usng 32-bit dotted notat...
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UCS E-Series and StorMagic’s Citrix Ready Cloud Connector simplify
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There's a new survey available where we’re looking for customers who
meet one of the two criteria below to participate.Part of an
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IT networks are bracing for a digital transformation from within.
Digital divide, traditionally speaking, was once a problem of access
with sufficient bandwidth. In addition, in recent years, it has also
been a matter of integrated security, segmentation ...
With advances in wireless connectivity technologies and emerging new use
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Don't miss the upcoming Cisco Software Demo Series - Learn how Cisco
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With Ansible playbooks for networking platforms, historically most of
the networking modules require a provider argument per task (which
supplied the connection type, username, password, etc). With Ansible 2.5
(which you can install now, via the latest de...
Three years ago, Cisco started our journey to Software Defined Access at
the trough of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) hype cycle. Our
mission was to bridge the divide between our Enterprise customer’s
demands for powerful networking capabilities an...
The only constant is change, or is it?Isn't it funny how the demands
made on IT infrastructure, and those who maintain it have remained
constant despite so much change? The need to do more with less, and
faster too, remain perpetual in our industry. Added...
It’s an amazing time to be a student these days. I remember when I was
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Cisco is changing networking forever! 2017 was the start of a network
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beginning with Enterprise Switching. Cisco’s customers and partners were
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Can anyone advice what the below refer to? I've tried researching online but can't find the specifics to some of the configs.
class OUTPUT-QUEUE-L1 priority level 1 percent 20
Ok so I cannot figure this out at all and would like to understand what's going on. This is on a Cisco 7600 platform.
Router B has an uplink to Router A via TenGig3/1. The path to get to 10.251.197.10/24 goes through this link.
I have been trying to get the ISR1100 (C1111-8P) connected to the internet, but no luck...
My ISP is UPC Cable.
Modem provides a dynamic IP so DHCP is required to obtain the public IP address.
I do get a public IP address.
When I set
I used named EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6 , for IPv4 it works good, but with IPv6 named EIGRP after configuring the address-family ipv6 unicast autonomous-system 66 then (it automatically makes neighbor relationship with others without the i...