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The Catalyst 3850 is the industry’s first access switch with integrated wireless controller functionality for wired and wireless convergence. It is the best-in-class stackable access switch with the industry’s highest 480 Gbps stacking bandwidth. Other key highlights include:
Converged wired + wirelessaccess with upto 40G wireless throughput support for 50 access points and 2000 wireless clients per switch or stack.
Distributed intelligent servicesfor security and policy, application visibility and control, network resiliency, smart operations and more.
Foundation for Cisco Open Network Environmentusing the new Unified Access Data Plane (UADP) ASIC with programmability and investment protection.
Hi Guys, Any of you had any experience using AMP with the SD-WAN Solution? I've recently been entitled with a Threat Grid Account and since then I'm not able to configure any device that has the security policy with AMP configured. The erro...
Dear Cisco Community, We had troubles with the network connections of some of our users (very low bandwidth when accessing internal resources). After investigation, we've found out that the root cause was the speed (100) and duplex (full duplex) sett...
Hi, I am new here so please ignore my rookie questions and un-orthodox manner.My question is that i am applying a policy on main interface, would it affect the sub-interface as well? There is only one sub-interface under the main interface. conf...
Good day all, May someone please assist with IPSec Tunnels and Routing. Here's the scenario: We have 2 RV110W routers on separate networks. They have separate modems providing internet access so essentially in separate locations. We have created...
We have two remote sites that have servers connecting with them,Both sites are connected through routers (2800,4300) site A subnet is 192.168.10.0/24 and site B subnet is also same 192.168.10.0/24 and site A server Ip is 192.168.10.1/24 and site B server ...