cisco ios

Evolving our Software Stack – The Inside Story

Guest blogger: Suresh Sangiah, Sr. Director, Enterprise Networking Group  Suresh leads the effort to reinvent the software stack that powers Cisco’s enterprise network portfolio. He spends his (long) days pushing the envelope on the infrastructure and networking technology needed to influence and lead the transformation of enterprises of the future. Customers worldwide have been using […]

Join us at Distributech 2016!

We’ll be at DistribuTECH for the seventh year in a row on February 9-11 at the Orlando Convention Center. Meet us in Booth #2047 to learn how we are working with our partners to help utility companies worldwide lower costs and deliver more services on a single, intelligent, and secure platform. Visit our booth to […]

October 8, 2015

SECURITY

Evolution of attacks on Cisco IOS devices

While “SYNful Knock” is the latest identified malware targeting Cisco devices running Cisco IOS, we have identified and investigated six other malware incidents during the last four years that target Cisco devices running Cisco IOS. The nature of threats is evolving and Cisco will continue to adapt technology delivering trustworthy solutions that our customers can […]

Debuting the Autonomic Train at Cisco Live

Today at Cisco Live we started to show a train model that we use as a testing/validation vehicle for applicable train technologies. At Cisco Live, the train includes our Cisco IE2000 industrial switches (IP67 and non IP67 versions), Cisco-819 M2M router, our target application hosting server-PC with VSMS and an even smaller application hosting server […]

March 19, 2014

SECURITY

T-7: The Bundle Countdown Begins…

It’s that time of year again—the Cisco IOS Software Security Advisory Bundled Publication will go live in seven days. As a reminder, the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) releases bundles of Cisco IOS Software Security Advisories on the fourth Wednesday of March and September each calendar year. As is the case with the […]

October 15, 2013

SECURITY

Cisco’s onePK Part 2: Reaching out to a Network Element

Exordium In the previous installment of the onePK series, you received a crash course on Cisco’s onePK. In this article, you’ll take the next step with a fun little exposé on onePK’s C API. You will learn how to write a simple program to reach out and connect to a network element. This is staple […]

Extending Zeroconf Services: Cache Tuning

Introduction With the introduction of Cisco mDNS Service Discovery Gateway in IOS, customers that have implemented the solution are observing client behavior they haven’t seen prior to extending services across subnet boundaries. One of the effects is the duplicate name issue seen when devices with enabled services are moved from one L3 subnet to another […]

June 12, 2013

SECURITY

Cisco’s onePK Part 1: Introduction

Exordium Cisco’s One Platform Kit (onePK) is a fantastic toolkit for building custom applications that interact with your Cisco routers and switches. Using onePK, you can build automation directly into the network and extend all sorts of functionality using Cisco devices. The first in a three-part blog series, this article will introduce onePK to the reader, explain […]

March 27, 2013

ENTERPRISE NETWORKS

Cisco ISR-AX is Now a Part of the Integrated Services Router Family!

On March 12th,  Cisco announced the ISR-AX and how Cisco is changing the game, reducing complexity and making it simpler for enterprises to deliver and manage application delivery to users. Cisco is expanding the role of our Integrated Service Routers (ISRs) to deliver application-centric networks that provide granular visibility, control, and optimization without additional devices […]