We have some great webcast that have taken place in the last few months on the Cisco Support Community and some of the events even had record breaking attendance. In case you missed them, here they are again with brief summaries of each event. You can now watch them on demand here on the community. If there is a topic you would like to see covered on the community, let us know below in the comment section. You can always find webcast broadcast, faqs and presentations here on the community and you can also watch the event on our Cisco Support Community You Tube Channel. If you would like to join us live for these events, make sure to check out upcoming events in the Cisco Support Community expert corner events tab. Enjoy!
Live Expert Webcast: FirePOWER Threat Defense for Integrated Services Routers ( ISR )
In this session you will learn about Source Fire company history, the rebranding of Source Fire as FirePOWER Services and how to use FirePOWER effectively on the ISR G2 and 4K platforms on the UCS-E blade to secure the network from attacks and malware.
Live Expert Webcast: Troubleshooting with Speed and Confidence for Network Engineers
During the live event, Routing and Switching, subject matter expert, Kevin Wallace, covered a number of advanced topics on troubleshooting best practices. Troubleshooting is not only a fact of life for network engineers it consumes a significant percentage of their time. Also, many troubleshooting efforts are accompanied by the urgency of getting a production system back on-line, resulting in an emotionally packed episode. To help you more effectively deal with the inevitable troubleshooting scenarios you’ll encounter, this webcast equips you with a 7-step troubleshooting model that allows you to confidently approach and deal with any troubleshooting situation. You’ll also be equipped with efficiency tips for using Cisco IOS “show” commands, and the webcast concludes with a group exercise where you’ll help troubleshoot an issue being experienced on live gear
Expert Webcast: Cisco UCS Mini Architecture, Troubleshooting and Upgrade
The Cisco Unified Computing System™ is a next-generation data center platform that unites computing, networking, storage access, and virtualization resources into a cohesive system designed to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase business agility.
In this session, Cisco experts cover the UCS Mini architecture, troubleshooting and upgrade procedure.
Hi all , has anyone came across any cisco documentation on banner grabbing prevention ?example below from running zenmap with this command nmap -sV --script banner 10.0.0.59(truncated)5060/tcp open sip Tandberg-4137 VoIP server X12.5.15061/tcp ...
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After a "TelePresence SX20" disconnect occurred in a video conference, troubleshooting was initiated to identify the root cause. After log analysis, we found that the call was disconnected by H.323 timeout.I would like to know if you have any analysis or ...
I have an Ironport C670, where all licenses have expired except for Incoming Mail Handling, but the emails were "being sent" because there was no queue at the checkout, but the recipients did not receive them, however all employees were receiving and emai...