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IPv6 in the Cisco Live World of Solutions

Just recently I wrote about the IPv6 enabled logo program here at the Cisco Live 2014 World of Solutions (WoS). It is now time to share some of the results! In what follows I will say that I did not have enough time to exhaustively visit every single demonstration in the WoS. My time there was confined to a short window on the Tuesday morning, where I went to investigate and locate the IPv6 enabled demos myself. Armed with my phone camera and IP…

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Cisco Evolved Programmable Network: The Beginning of a New Era in SP Networking

…it yet, they will also simplify and restore the end-to-end IP connectivity model in the network with the use of IPv6-Centric Networking – a key ingredient of EPN. You can learn more about that subject by following our in-house IPv6 expert blog posts — Cisco Fellow, Mark Townsley and Senior Director of the IPv6 High Impact Program, Alain Fiocco. A little hint for you, check out how complex networking has become and how much power will be restore…

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Understanding the different types of Ethernet Switches

Ethernet Switches are broadly categorized into two main categories — Modular and Fixed Configuration. Modular switches, as the name implies, allows you to add expansion modules into the switches as needed, thereby delivering the best flexibility to address changing networks. Examples of expansion modules are application-specific (such as Firewall, Wireless, or Network Analysis), modules for additional interfaces, power supplies, or cooling fans…

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TU Darmstadt Rolls Out Cisco Unified Access to Prepare for 802.11ac

Technische Universität Darmstadt, usually known as TU Darmstadt is a research university based in Germany. It was founded in 1877 and over the last 137 years has grown to be among the largest and most prestigious public universities in Germany serving over 25,000 students per year. It is the alma-mater to many world-wide leaders from Nobel prize winners, a CEO of a fortune 500 company, a president of a country and multiple World Robocup champion…

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Autonomic Networking: Where Do We Go From Here?

…ice can then leverage this Domain Certificate to join the Autonomic Control Plane (ACP), which is essentially an IPv6 based, routed IP infrastructure that is secure/encrypted, self-organising and self-healing, and which cannot be de-configured and is not prone to mis-configurations. Obviously the ACP is already pretty cool: a self-configured IPv6 network that is always up and always available: A ‘Virtual’ Out of Band Channel.  But it…

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