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Webcast event- Catalyst 9000 Series: Best Practices and New Troubleshooting Features

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Webcast event: Catalyst 9000 Series: Best Practices and New Troubleshooting Features

This special event is open only to Cisco Customers and Partners.  

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This event had place on Tuesday 25th, June 2019 at 10hrs PDT 

This event provides insight to the most common issues within the different Catalyst 9000 models and the best practices to troubleshoot them. The session includes tips and best practices on how to react when an issue appears, what information should be collected, and what actions should be taken to recover from such scenarios. In addition, experts introduce the new troubleshooting features that help to isolate specific broken scenarios on this platform.

Agenda

  • Cisco Stackwise Virtual (SVL) (Catalyst 9500 Series)
  • Module issues (Catalyst 9400 Series)
  • Troubleshooting features
  • Upgrades (Catalyst 9300/9400/9500 Series) and Stackwise-480 (Catalyst 9300 Series)
  • Unexpected reboots (Catalyst 9300/9500 Series)

Featured Speakers

Adan AcostaAdan Acosta is a Technical Consulting Engineer on the Enterprise Routing & Switching team at the Customer Experience (CX) Center. He has worked in different areas related to network design for seven years, such as pre-sales, post sales, and technical support on Wireless, Routing & Switching, and Security technologies. Adan holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication from the ESIME Zacatenco in Mexico. He holds a CCNA in R&S and Security.

 

aaronAaron Cespedes is a Technical Consulting Engineer on the Enterprise Routing & Switching team at the Customer Experience (CX) Center. He has worked with different Cisco technologies for six years, including backbone, and specializes in Switching technologies. Aaron holds a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications from the Universidad Politecnica of Costa Rica. He holds a CCNP and a CCNP in R&S certifications. He is currently pursuing a CCIE in R&S.

For more information, visit 

https://community.cisco.com/t5/switching/bd-p/6016-discussions-lan-switching-routing

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