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Catalyst 3560 and 3750 achieve USGv6 and Ready Logo Certifications!

January 25, 2013 at 1:08 pm PST

The Global Certification Team is proud to announce that the Cisco Catalyst 3560 and 3750 have earned USGv6 and Ready Logo certifications!  Specifically, the Catalyst 3560C, 3560X, 3560E, 3560V2 and the Catalyst 3750X, 3750E, 3750V2 were certified on IOS 15.0(2)SE or later.  The details of the individual certifications can be found below:

The Cisco Catalyst 3560 v2 Series are next-generation, energy-efficient, Layer 3 Fast Ethernet switches. These new switches support Cisco EnergyWise technology, which helps companies manage power consumption of the network infrastructure and network-attached devices, thereby reducing their energy costs and their carbon footprint.  More information can be found at Cisco.com

The Cisco Catalyst 3750 v2 Series consumes less power than its predecessors and is an ideal access layer for enterprise, retail, and branch environments. It helps increase productivity and protects your network investment by providing a unified network for data, voice, and video. More information can be found at Cisco.com

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Cisco Catalyst 4500-X earns USGv6 and Ready Logo Certifications!

January 17, 2013 at 4:00 am PST

The Global Certification Team is proud to announce that the Cisco Catalyst 4500-X has earned USGv6 and Ready Logo certifications!  The 4500-X was certified on IOS XE version 15.1(1)SG.  The details of the individual certifications can be found below:

The fixed-aggregation Cisco Catalyst 4500-X Series Switches deliver best-in-class scalability, simplified network virtualization, and integrated network services for space-constrained environments in campus networks.  More information on the Cisco Catalyst 4500X can be found on Cisco.com.

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End of the World Revisited: No More IPs!

We’ve posted this before, but in honor of the end of the Mayan calendar and the destruction of the world which was forecast for today we’re posting it again. In our mind, not having any more IP addresses would be a terrible event -  if you’re going to build the Internet of Everything you need a lot of IP addresses! Read More »

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Where’s My IPv6 Prefix? Part Deux

December 17, 2012 at 1:12 pm PST

My previous post examined how a regional Provider Independent (PI) prefix is propagated across the Internet.  This post discusses the second aspect of the issue: how does Provider Assigned/Aggregateable (PA) space propagate across the Internet? Read More »

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Where’s My IPv6 Prefix? Part One

December 13, 2012 at 5:28 am PST

In a previous blog series about interfacing with your ISP, I mentioned tools that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have, such as looking glasses and route servers, that can be used to verify their policies.  In this blog post, I want to examine some of those tools, but primarily I want to show how prefixes are propagating across the Internet. 

The question of prefix propagation comes up often when discussing how to develop an IPv6 address plan.  What happens if an organization gets Provider Independent (PI) space from a registry and then tries to advertise that prefix, or a smaller portion of that prefix, in a different region?  Will ISPs in that region filter the non-regional prefix?  Will they let the aggregate pass, but not the more specific prefixes? Read More »

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