Registering to Cisco Community lets you take full advantage of the community, enabling you to:
Post new messages and reply to other members' posts
Receive email when someone responds to a specific post or topic
Exchange private messages with other members
Personalize your community experience
Share your technical expertise by posting blogs, videos, and documents
Registration is free and open to all general users. The Cisco Community is Single Sign On so when you register, you are creating an account in Cisco.com.
Here are the steps to become a community member if you have a Cisco.com account:
Go to community.cisco.com
Click login in the top right corner
Enter your Cisco.com username and password
If you don't register, you can only browse, search for information, and read posts. You won't be able to give Helpful votes, interact with other community members, or set customization preferences.
To register to Cisco Community, first you need to have a Cisco.com account.
If you don't have a Cisco.com account, follow these steps:
Click theRegisterlink in the top right corner of the page
A new page will open and you can create a new account by clicking on theRegister Nowbutton
You will be required to fill out all fields to create a Cisco account and click on register
You will receive an email with a code. you will need to verify the code
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