In late 2020 Cisco acquired a California start-up called ThousandEyes, a software-as-a-services (SaaS) platform used by some of the biggest hitters in the IT world: Microsoft, Amazon, Salesforce and IBM to name a few. If you're wondering what all the fuss is about - this explainer blog will get you all the inside information!
Cisco DNA Center is Cisco’s answer to the SDN (Software Defined Networking) question. The next generation of network management is about a much more dynamic approach to network management with automatic insights and health scores on the network. How do you provide intent based networking, providing simplicity of management and control, while providing[…]
Meraki can help manage your network. Every business has to run a network, but why not make it as simple to manage as possible. Take a look at this fun video from Meraki - this is how Meraki delivers simple networking.
Cisco Meraki is a cloud based networking solution. Meraki offers a range of products and in this blog, we'll take a look at the wireless portfolio. The concept of cloud networking really means that while you still have on-premise networking equipment, it connects automatically to the cloud, where it can be managed. No more console cables!
This is part 2 of my blog series on rapid prototyping without any real networking equipment. In part 1 I covered PAP and CHAP authentication and later on in part 3 we will be covering EAP-TLS (X.509 certificate based) authentication.
Cisco's ThousandEyes is a tool used to monitor your network experience. When you get those very hard to diagnose issues, typically where users are complaining that the experience isn't very good, it can be very hard to find the root cause. This is where ThousandEyes comes in.
The intention of this blog series is to help Radius Server administrators test their configurations - mostly for purposes of learning and rapid prototyping configurations. In part 2 we will cover the use of EAP-PEAP authentication and in part 3 we covering testing of authentication.
Here we review how the typical AP layout for location grade WLAN is laid out - but also take a look at the Cisco Hyperlocation module and how that might help you achieve the highest levels of location accuracy.