Duration: 0 min. 26 sec.Networkers at Cisco Live! Video Blog introduction with Christie Miranda of Cisco Public Relations in Anaheim, California.
Duration: 3 min. 48 sec.Networkers at Cisco Live! Video Blog with Victor Martinez, Independent Film Maker, on the value of digital technology in revolutionizing the film industry.
Duration: 2 min. 39 sec.Networkers at Cisco Live! Video Blog with Nahom Ayele, City of Bardstown, KY on the value of IP convergence to deliver the triple play of voice, video and data services in small communities.
Duration: 4 min. 12 sec.Networkers at Cisco Live! Video Blog with Rena Hu of HP on why she attends the show and what HP and Cisco are doing to further IP convergence.
In early July, Duke University began seeing portions of its wireless network reset and come back online 10-15 minutes later. After a preliminary investigation from Duke’s IT staff, it was determined that Apple iPhones were likely involved with Cisco wireless access points relating to Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) requests. Duke reached out to Cisco and Apple for assistance to help find the root cause and to determine how to mitigate this issue. The specific issue occurs in certain environments when Cisco equipment incorrectly processes ARP frames sent by the iPhone. Because this issue has the potential to cause a denial-of-service (DoS) response from the network, Cisco has prepared a security advisory for its customers and partners. Because there have been numerous reports in both tech and business media, Cisco felt the need to set the record straight. This was done because the majority of coverage to date has been centered on Apple and Duke. Read More »