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What to check out at CiscoLive if you want to know about BYOD, Unified Access or the Internet of Everything

…rizes), and new solutions being launched.  In this blog I’m going to highlight a few of the activities and events we have planned that I think will be the most fun/cool/educational/tasty. If you’re skipping CiscoLive then you’ll want to head right over to register for our live webcast, “Get Your Network Ready for BYOD with Cisco Unified Access” on January 29.  You’ll also want to start hanging out at the Cisco Borderless…

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Life Behind the Black Curtain: What it takes to setup a large tradeshow network.

…lenge.  Here’s how it happens. Planning – site survey, conference calls We typically start planning a tradeshow network 2-3 months in advance with a small team of engineers.  Larger or more complicated networks like those at CiscoLive, can take many more months and involve input from multiple groups.  These are the days of conference calls with the show planners to nail down what their requirements will be and the conference location to find out…

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The Wireless Challenge at Petco Park

It was way back at Interop in Las Vegas this year where one of our PR guys, Ben Stricker, asked if I would be interested in the tour of Petco Park coming up as part of CiscoLive in San Diego.  I said ‘yeah!’ for a number of hopefully obvious reasons and then volunteered to have our team shoot footage of the event.  We planned and worked back and forth as the event got closer and I had been working on a storyline that focused on the…

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Why You’ll Want LISP Routing – Part 3

…oss their state-wide educational network Here is an additional write-up on NJEDge:   VXNet relates experiences as a LISP-based service provider Finally, here is a write-up one of the use cases I did not touch on–a European service provider, InTouch NV, that has created an innovative, high-scale VPN service. One more thing, I want to give a plug to CiscoLive365. The videos were excerpts above from the LISP panel at last summer’s…

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IPv6 at CiscoLive! San Diego

…if multicast does not work on the CAPWAP transport network, then IPv6 would not work on the transport network, while IPv4 would. This is just one of the subtle differences between the operation of IPv4 and IPv6. This year’s CiscoLive events were more interesting than ever from an IPv6 standpoint –    particularly CiscoLive San Diego. Since we were using the 7.2 release of the wireless LAN controller (WLC) code, we had an opportunity to…

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