Designed for plug-and-play access on local networks, Zeroconf is constrained on the campus, where traffic is segmented on different VLANs. But with BYOD growing in workplaces and schools, users expect their devices to work seamlessly, so they can find media players, printers and other resources just like they do at home.
The Cisco Service Discovery Gateway is a new feature for Catalyst switches that solves this problem. With Cisco, network administrators can now enable mDNS and DNS-SD across local network boundaries to provide service discovery on their campus.
By attending this webinar, you will learn how to manage and deploy mDNS / DNS-SD in your network so that end-users can bring their own device and have the experience that they expect.
Date: Wednesday, August 7th, 2013
Time: 8am Pacific Time
View the Webinar: WebEx Replay - don't miss the live demo at 44:20 of the recording.
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