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IP SLA tracking

IP SLA generates packets that can be used to  check route availability,and if it fails,we can define and configure specific actions.

In this example,we’ll monitor link between R1 and ISP1_DNS_SERVER  and between R1 and web_server.If link between R1 and ISP1_DNS1_SERVER  fails,SLA will detect these changes and it will set new static route to point to R3 router. 839 more words


Ziggy & Cisco - Hurry Up and Buy (EP)

San Jose’s own Ziggy and producer Cisco collaborate for this EP entitled Hurry Up and Buy. Available on iTunes now. Stream above, enjoy.


Jabber "Use my computer for calls" button disappear

If you run into problems where Jabber can’t switch from Deskphone CTI to Softphone because the Softphone Option just disappear after a second, you probably hit a defect which even isn’t known by TAC. 104 more words


OSPF - LSA Types

Today I am going to talk about OSPF and its LSA types. I hope you enjoy the post.

First of all I will give you a brief explanation of how OSPF works so we can go ahead and look at its LSA types. 914 more words


UCS Director 5.4 - Post upgrade NetApp storage connection issue

After a recent upgrade to UCS Director 5.4 I noticed that my storage connections were showing a status of failed on the dashboard. I went to Administration -> Physical Accounts -> Physical Accounts. 212 more words


How To: UCS Director 5.4 Patch 1 update

After the recent upgrade to 5.4 I decided to bite the bullet and upgrade to 5.4.1. Go to the download software portal for Cisco. Download the 5.4.1.zip patch file. 243 more words


IPv6 - for future CCNAs - Part I

The History:
So we are running out (have ran out?) of IPv4 addresses. They have been with us since the very beginning, they were there during the 1980`s when everything was calm, and they stuck by us during the chaotic growth of the Internet during the 1990`s. 1,581 more words

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