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This webinar will focus on addressing the issues of an unsecure campus network and how to address the insecurity with ISE. We then will look at how Cisco ISE can add security to devices beyond initial connectivity. View the slide deck>>
This webinar focuses on addressing the issues of an unsecure campus network and how to address the insecurity with 802.1X. We then will look at how Cisco ISE can centralize campus access with 802.1X. View the slide deck>>
Every second of every day, data is being sent and received. Billions of data packets are processed by your company’s network every day. In fact, you received dozens of packets just to read this article, but the vast majority of us have no idea how this works. People have no clue as to what goes on behind the scenes to ensure data actually gets to the right device.
For organizations getting started with RHEL, Red Hat Training has developed a series of courses to develop the skills needed for basic administration and configuration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. These courses introduce key command line concepts and enterprise-level tools, laying the foundation for the rapid deployment of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The curriculum also introduces the basic administration skills needed for resolving configuration issues and integrating Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems with other existing environments. View the slide deck>>
An quick fundamental overview of layer two devices. To learn more about this and similar topics, enroll in our exclusive Understanding Networking Fundamentals course.
With Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) as popular as it is in the provider space and private MPLS clouds for larger enterprise, we needed some tools to help troubleshoot and maintain these networks. With the providers in mind, the normal ping or traceroute may not be enough.
The key difference between hubs, switches and bridges is that hubs operate at Layer 1 of the OSI model, while bridges and switches work with MAC addresses at Layer 2 of the OSI model.
Early one morning, an engineer end user discovered that the Engineer servers were unreachable, and he didn’t know if he could reach the Internet. The administrator investigated the user’s PC with the IPCONFIG /ALL command and verified that the PC was a DHCP client, but it had received an address from the Accounting DHCP server, not the Engineering DHCP server.
When you connect your server or storage, it will send a Fabric login (FLOGI) request. This FLOGI request serves two purposes: Fibre Channel ID is the WWPN connection to this port from the FLOGI server Exchange buffer credits with the switch To better understand the first function, it is exactly the same if I rewrite it as, “request an IP address for a MAC address from the DHCP server”.
Network switching skills are fundamental to administering and maintaining computer networking. This webinar reviews fundamental networking skills from a Cisco perspective. Technical professionals looking to take the next step into Cisco specific networking technologies will benefit from this information. View the slide deck>