IPWAVE working group in the IETF Internet area is working on standardized IPv6-based vehicular networking.
Cisco DevNet supports the IETF community as it produces standards that make the internet faster, more secure, and able to meet the demands of ever-increasing uses and users.
Segment Routing (SRv6) inherits all of SR MPLS capabilities, but simplifies the network by leveraging native IPv6 headers to add network programming capabilities. Discover why SRv6 is getting strong market traction and learn more about what makes SRv6 stand out.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us. But where did it all begin? Join us as we get a first hand account of the History of the IoT (3 part series).
Save time, money, and headaches with proven technology from the company known for network innovation. Cisco Catalyst 1000 Series Switches provide simplicity, flexibility and security for 10 to 250 users.
Learn about the big opportunities presented by low-latency and cable edge compute.
A great introduction to API development with Cisco Security products can be had by attending a DevNet Express Security session.
With the expansion of network virtualization, infrastructure resources like IP addresses have to be reserved for applications and services as well. As a result, IP address overlap occurs in the underlay and overlay, exhausting unique RFC1918 addresses.
As you might remember from our last post within our DCNM 11 series, we discussed Easy Management of Interfaces using DCNM. Today, we’re continuing the discussion by featuring how Cisco’s Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) empowers Easy Provisioning of Overlays using pre-defined, best practice, out-of-box templates.