Cisco Catalyst 9800

July 6, 2022


Wireless 9800 WLC KPI Blog – Part 3

Wireless Catalyst 9800 WLC health monitoring Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), part 3. List of checks to validate the health of client connectivity and WLC data forwarding.

June 21, 2022


Wireless Catalyst 9800 WLC KPIs, Part 2

See the list of checks to validate the health of Access Points (APs) and RF environment in this Wireless Catalyst 9800 WLC health monitoring KPIs (Key Performance Indicators), part 2.

June 13, 2022


Wireless Catalyst 9800 WLC KPIs, Part 1

Wireless Catalyst 9800 WLC health monitoring KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) part 1. Checks to validate WLC platform sanity and connections with other WLCs, DNAC, and DNAS.

March 14, 2022


Randomized and Changing MAC (RCM)

The world is moving to Randomized and Changing MAC to protect privacy. Cisco is solving to minimize the impact of this change for enterprises by moving to alternate common identifiers and integrating across the entire portfolio

December 15, 2021


Attaining High Application Experience for Hybrid Workspaces

Cisco Access Infrastructure, from Catalyst Wireless Controllers and Access Points to AI Analytics in Cisco DNA Center, provides IT with the technology to build, operate, and maintain wireless campus networks that provide best application experience for the workforce and students.

June 30, 2021


TrustSec – 9800 vs 8540 Wireless LAN Controller deployment

Cisco TrustSec provides a simplified solution for provisioning and managing secured access to network services.

February 2, 2021


End of AireOS Drives Innovation and Customer Opportunities

We share a lot nostalgia for the Cisco AireOS WLC that comes with the recent End of Sale/Life announcement. For every ending, a new beginning awaits, and so we are equally excited for the multibillion-dollar opportunities that lie ahead with the next-generation, IOS XE-based Wi-Fi 6 solutions and their game-changing innovations.

September 1, 2020


Cisco User Defined Network: Defining the Boundaries of Your Network

Large, enterprise-grade networks have various advantages, but providing home-network-type-of-usability (i.e., privatization, security, and controllability) is not one of them. With the Cisco User Defined Network, we’re changing the game.

August 25, 2020


Eliminating Wireless Network downtime with In-Service Software Upgrade

Learn about the basics of High Availability and the In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU) feature available with IOS XE Release 17.3.1 on the Cisco Catalyst 9800 wireless controllers.