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Have questions about Hybrid WANs? Quiz the Cisco Geeks!

- November 18, 2014 - 3 Comments

These are just a few of the many questions that were asked on the webinar ‘How to Deliver Uncompromising Branch Application Performance‘:

  • Would DMVPN also allow me to easily integrate networks using multiple MPLS providers?
  • Is there a specific router model, IOS required for a PfRv3 branch controller and master controller?
  • Can you explain how the direct spoke-to-spoke routing is accomplished when using DMVPN?
  • Is using BGP with DMVPN scalable? Wouldn’t we have to define each neighbor?

If you have more questions about how to build a Hybrid WAN or the Cisco Intelligent WAN solution, please join this webinar: Ask Cisco: Enabling a Hybrid WAN Infrastructure on Friday 5th February at 10:00 a.m. PST.

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This is a great opportunity to learn how your peers are using hybrid WANs to achieve their business goals and some of the challenges they are facing as they move to this new architecture. You can also pre-submit questions using the registration page.

For those of you hearing about the Cisco Intelligent WAN solution for the first time take a few minutes to watch to this short video about PfR, one of the key features that you will need as you build out your hybrid WAN. And if you have more questions come to Thursday’s webinar!

 

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3 Comments

  1. Hi, Is there any way to view this on demand if you have missed the live Q&A session?

    • Hi Rasu, This session was rescheduled to the 5th February. The registration page is not live yet but please keep an eye out closer to the date. Previous webinars can be found here: http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le21/le39/featured.html#technology_broadcasts_networks Thanks, Kiran

  2. This was great thanks Kiran!

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