Cisco Live 2018 is around the corner and here are the latest news hot from the press Ciscolive App This year Cisco live have the following improved/new feature Custom home page The app introduce custom homepage so you will be able to have your schedule, favorite survey or other content organize your way Smart agenda … Continue reading CLUS is coming, here are the last news
Usually the interface numbering for Cisco equipment is pretty strait forward. It is interface Type chassis/Slot/port number or Type switch/module/port number I.e. interface Gi1/0/1 will refer to port 1 of a catalyst 2960s or cat3750, in the case of a Catalyst 6500, interface Gi1/1/1 to port 1 of the module/blade 1 in the chassis #1 of … Continue reading Interface numbering with the module module WS-X6904-40G Cisco Catalyst 6900 Series 40 Gigabit Ethernet .
Matériel requis Ordinateur Windows XP Logiciel tftd32 ou autre logiciel TFTP 1 câble réseau 1 câble série db9-rj45 bleu de Cisco Un adapteur USB – port série RJ45 ou un port Série sur l’ordinateur Logiciel Hyperterminal (Fournisseur) Logiciel IOS à installer L’utilisateur doit pouvoir modifier les paramètres réseaux de Windows Connexion physique 1. Relier votre … Continue reading Upgrade IOS sur commutateur Cisco 2960S
Using a Cisco Ace server 4710 to load balance Siemens Simatic 400 PCL computer, the configuration is the following, 2 servers are configured in an Active/Passive mode and need to poll two different controllers that are monitoring the same device on a industrial network. The Siemens Simatic 400 PCL consist of a chassis with 9 … Continue reading Using Cisco Ace server 4710 to load balance Siemens Simatic 400 PCL computer
In a month I will officially be a "10 year CCIE. I passed my "lab exam" in June 27, 2001, that date is engraved in my memory like the birth date of my children, my spouse and our anniversary (Oops, not that I remember that one). I even remember the wheather that day in Halifax. I have no … Continue reading 10 year ccie, How time fly
One of my latest contracts had me evaluate the state of the actual network and evaluate the cost of replacing EoL equipment. After reviewing the equipment list, scanning and SNMP polling the network to find any discrepancy. We came up with a fairly large amount of switches that was not only in the EOL cycle … Continue reading Does your organisation have an End of Life (EOL) policy for networking equipment?