Introduction In one of our location, we occupy the top 3 floors of a multi-tenant building, we had suffer massive user deconnection on one of our floor in this location, our wifi monitoring software was reporting he following alert "AP AP_NAME is being contained. This is due to rogue device spoofing or targeting AP 'AP_NAME' on … Continue reading Identifying a Deauthentication attack on a wifi network
April has begun and even if we are still getting snow up here in Montreal, the time as come to get some CLUS scoop for the 2016 event that will be held at the Mandalay bay in fabulous Las Vegas on july 10-14. Before getting to the exiting part, I'm please to see that the … Continue reading Cisco Live US 2016 CAE scoop
Following a BGP advertisement hiccup experience last week, we had to explain why it took up to 10 minutes before the situation came back to normal as some part of the internet were unable to reach our services. Looking at the logs and traffic pattern, we were able to determine and validate that the traffic … Continue reading Tools to validate your BGP advertisement on the internet
Another Cisco live is in the bag, and I did have a great time. Beside the breakout session, keynote and swag collecting at WOS, the best part of this event is connecting with fellow engineer and create a network of expert that can and will help you out if you have question or issue. This year again, … Continue reading Ciscolive 2015 Recap
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I'm finally register to CiscoLive 2015, this mean that I will have attended 7 of the last 8th edition. I could not make it last year since my employer's policy for conference state that you must have worked at least 1 year and I was short by a couple of month. I look forward to … Continue reading Going back to Ciscolive
updated to reflect 2015 Cisco live
These are my tips for CiscoLive newbie, These have been learned from my mistake and previous experience at the conference.
Have an orientation tour of the facilities after registering
The conference center are usually huge, I recommend that you walk around after your registration to locate, where the meals will be served, the World of Solution, if you are taking a test, locate the test center etc.
There is also conference hosts that wear the same t-shirt, they are there to help you find where you need to go, don’t be afraid to ask direction, they might save you a lot of walking and being late at session.
I also like to walk and try to avoid the shuttle as much as possible, so I always try to find the shortest and easiest path to my hotel. This gives me extra minutes of sleep.
TIP: Do not be afraid to…
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