Ask Me Anything - Popup Hotspot Using ISR 1000 with WiFi/LTE for Teleworkers and Micro Branches
This topic is a chance to clarify your questions about the ease with which an end user, that has no network expertise, can connect a WAN router to the network headquarters of their company from any remote location. The session provides a deep-dive into three use cases that detail step-by-step the device on-boarding process for each one. Once the routers are connected to the network, it is possible to explore the WiFi and security features of the ISR 1000 and how they are provisioned.
To participate in this event, please use the button belowto ask your questions
Ask questions from Thursday, May 28 to Friday, June 5 2020
Abhishek Keswani is a Technical Marketing Engineer for the ISR 800, 900, and 1000 Series routers. Abhishek is extremely passionate about education for all. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in computer systems networking and telecommunications. Abhishek holds different programming certifications, such as the Python Network Programming, Coursera Programming for Everybody, and different edX certifications.
Abhishek might not be able to answer each question due to the volume expected during this event. Remember that you can continue the conversation on the Wireless-Mobility category.
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