Introduction to the Cisco 5921 Embedded Services Router v1
The demonstration section walks the user through the highlights and features of this solution, to improve the end user’s familiarity with the Cisco 5921 ESR. No previous Linux experience is required.
The purpose of the lab sections of this document is to enhance your skills as an integrator by giving a concrete example of how to qualify a Linux embedded core build for use with the Cisco 5921 Embedded Services Router (ESR), as well as, taking you through the install and troubleshooting of the Cisco 5921 ESR installation on that system.
Finally, we have included reference materials to provide additional information about this product.
This demo will launch in mid October 2015 and will be listed in Internet of Everything and under Training and Labs.
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