JWHolm81891
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So, a while back our fiber vendor who we lease from was doing some work (unknown what) between Point A and Point B. Ever since we keep losing our neighborship with the next IE switch in the daisy-chain. They've had me change out the optics, but I sti...
I'm setting configuring new VLANs for VoIP on my core switch and wondered if I will need to configure those VLANs on every trunk port  along it's path. Network is L2; wasn't sure if there was an easier way or not or if that was even nessacary. 
So, I'm the new network guy at our employer and I've walked in on a VoIP project that has been going on for almost 2 years (people keep quitting) and the vendor is getting stressed with us, naturally. I have configured ports for VoIP, but I have neve...
I'm new on this job and I have been trying to correct a lot of wireless issues. I've added more wired APs and upgraded a lot of APs off the old 5500 controller. I'm not going to say I'm a wireless guru because I'm not, but I am able to configure APs ...
I have  Cisco IE-3000-4TC switches in a traffic light cabinet that is daisy-chained to other IE switches along a path. Our fiber provider did work on the fiber between two of these switches and now the first one keeps causing the next switch to go do...
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