IOS-XE 17.1.1 Cisco has announced the availability of the latest IOS-XE
release - IOS-XE Amsterdam 17.1. This release IOS-XE 17.1 is a Standard
Maintenance Release which has a sustaining lifetime of 12 months with a
Restricted build and a PSIRT build. IOS...
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Since the last blog on IOS-XE release, there has been a standard
maintenance release which was followed by the recently published
Extended Maintenance Release(EMR) and the last release on the 16.x
train, IOS-XE 16.12.1. With this being an EMR release, it ...
Growing up, most of us were fascinated by the gadgets aboard the
Starship USS Enterprise in Star Trek. Although tele-porting may remain a
Sci-Fi thing, amazing innovations have now made several of those gadgets
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Cisco IOS-XE 16.10.1 – The “Catalyst” Update As a part of the Enterprise
Networking (EN) team’s journey to Intent-based Networking, Cisco
recently announced availability of the latest release on the IOS-XE
train – IOS-XE Gibraltar 16.10.1. This is a stand...
The home grown Application-Specific Integrated Circuit ( ASIC ) of Cisco
, Unified Access Data Plane ( UADP ) ,has been fundamental in driving
multiple Enterprise switching products . It's better hardware
performance and increased software flexibility com...
Digital transformation is compounding the complexity for IT networks:
the dependency of businesses on IT networks is increasing, there are
more users and devices on the network than ever before and the demands
on the networks to maintain business continui...
Business adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) is picking up and entering
mainstream production environment. At last, industry is moving away from
pilot projects and proofs-of-concept and are beginning to run their
businesses on IoT, a recent studyshows th...
Catalyst 9000 Series has been heralded as the torchbearer ushering an
entirely new era in networking. Catalyst 9000 Series along with Cisco’s
Intent Based Networking solution provides policy based segmentation,
automation and assurance. Catalyst 9000 seri...
The Growing Catalyst 9K Family Cisco introduced Catalyst 9K family of
products in June of 2017 which soon became the fastest growing product
in the history of the company. Its phenomenal success is a testament to
what it brings to the customers. It truly ...
The Catalyst 9000 family of switches is at the heart of Cisco’s Network
Intuitive strategy. The success of Catalyst 9000 Series Switches is
inspiring! We are extending the success further by introducing our
newest Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches, whic...
While enabling the debugging for ospf events, there are two options you can select : debug ip osfp events and debug ip ospf adj. What is the difference between the two. is there a level of debug logs that is different or difference logs altogether.Thanks....
Hello everyone, I have set up 3 networks which are connected trough multiple routers. All of them are connected trough the RIP protocol.The connection works fine, I can get from one network to the other ones.But when I create an extended access-list ...
Hi all, At work we are discussing the implementation of a OOBM network.This will be a completely seperated network with its own firewalls to connect to from the Internet or seperate inhouse network.On the firewalls (we have two sites) a OOBM switch w...
I am having 4431 Integrated Services Router and wanted to upgrade it with below details. Current version : isr4400-universalk9.16.06.06.SPA.bin / Everest-16.6.6Suggested Version : Fuji-16.9.4 Can I go for Fuji- 16.9.4 version from...
Hi all, I would like to ask a question about network design. Topology is as follows: My devices connect to 3650 which works as edge switch and it is connected to BB 3850. I only defined two VLANs in 3650 (vlan20 and vlan10) and gave that VL...