QoS

May 17, 2013

NETWORKING

802.11ac: Is Your Network Infrastructure Ready for Next-Gen Wi-Fi Traffic?

The next generation of Wi-Fi, 802.11ac couples the freedom of wireless with the speed of gigabit Ethernet. This also translates in additional load on the backbone of the network, which has to deliver at least 3 times the capacity of the current gold standard, the 802.11n based network. Cisco launched the Unified Access architecture  to […]

April 10, 2013

NETWORKING

Momentum is growing for the Cisco ISR-AX!

It has been a couple of weeks since its launch and we are seeing lots of interest in the Cisco ISR-AX!  I have been hearing from customers, partners and folks  worldwide about how they are using the new ISR-AX platforms now and get a router, VPN, firewall, intrusion prevention, cloud/web security, AVC (NBAR2, QoS, NetFlow, […]

January 17, 2013

PARTNER

What Cisco Partners Need to Know About the New Release of VXI

Partners can offer Cisco’s collaborative services, enabled by Cisco Jabber, enabling customers to select the work style most suited to their needs: mobile, fixed, and now virtual.

December 19, 2012

NETWORKING

Demystifying the Catalyst: IOS Device Sensors

In this blog, let us take a look at how Catalyst access switches profile the various connected devices and make the information available to various network services. Many devices like laptops, IP phones, cameras etc. are connected to the network and need to be managed by IT for asset management, device onboarding, switch configuration, policy […]

November 12, 2012

NETWORKING

Five Cool Router Tricks with onePK

Network Management is dull.  No excuses.  Monitoring and interacting with the devices that move data from one location to another is a thankless undertaking that most of us building networks leave to an afterthought.  Part of that is the complexity associated with managing networks.  There are at least a dozen common methods for interacting with […]