zPerf is a bandwidth performance measurement app for OS X. The app can operate as a client and/or server. zPerf can be used for OS X-to-OS X testing or iOS-to-OS X testing using our WiFiPerf app for iOS. zPerf should work with other operating systems that support iPerf3 but has only been tested with our WiFiPerf app.
The Cisco Entrepreneur Institute’s mission is to empower and enable SMB customers with the knowhow they need to accelerate their business through the effective use of Cisco technology solutions, said Andres Sintes, Global Director – Cisco Learning Partner Channel.
The institute’s tech-enabling business practices looks to maximize the end-to-end Business to Technology Learning & Enablement experience for all our customers and channel partners.
The main objective of the Cisco Entrepreneur Institute is to train small business owners and entrepreneurs that, in absence of the correct skills and a successful business plan, are challenged to develop and grow their businesses. The Cisco Entrepreneur Institute Program has been developed by Cisco in 37 countries, and was launched in Europe in October 2011 and includes course and workshop modules such as, ‘Create a Business’, ‘Growing a Business’, ‘iEXEC Enterprise Essentials’, and ‘Entrepreneurial Mindset’. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to access other interesting content, for example videos of entrepreneurial leaders.
- Provides continual, system-wide discovery without performance impact - Accurately identifies source, location, and scope of interference - Takes automatic action to avoid current and future interference, with full history reporting
With the help of Canada’s volunteer committee – Genna Cargill and Francis Gotopo – I’m proud to share how Cisco Canada is participating in an exciting event for girls interested in technolo... ("Girls, are you ready to expand your horizons?
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A virtual Talent Development Fair sponsored by Learning@Cisco taking place live on April 26th, 2012. Attendees will learn about Careers in Networking IT and of the highly respected Certification and Training programs by Cisco.
Day two of Network Field Day 3 brought us to Tasman Drive in San Jose – the home of a little networking company named Cisco. I don’t know if you’ve heard of them or not, but they make a couple of things I use regularly.
Download FlexPod Tech Specs and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Since November 2010, Cisco and NetApp have teamed up to offer a reference architecture for the data center called “FlexPod”. This app contains technical specifications for each of the components that can make up a FlexPod.
To begin understanding Ethernet Fabrics, as seen through the eyes of Brocade, it’s important to know about classic ethernet switches, how they have traditionally been provisioned, and why the way we have done this in the past isn’t really the best...
The last post generating some buzz on Twitter so I’m going to follow it up with one more. The command “show call active voice brief” is an engineer’s best friend when it comes to confirming jitter and other call quality issues.
Short and sweet for this lovely Wednesday morning: Fax passthrough encodes fax traffic with in a G.711 voice codec and sends it across the VoIP network as a voice call. The call may use any codec (G.711, G.729, G.723) etc.
VoIP Hopper security tool 2.04 is released! With new Avaya, Alcatel, and LLDP-MED spoofing support. Many special thanks to Nicolas Roux in France, for his source code contribution and debugging help with the Alcatel-Lucent support in VoIP Hopper.
Updated Avaya Automatic VLAN discovery for DHCP client Option 242 (for newer Avaya IP Phones) Alcatel-Lucent VVID infrastructure support, with 3 new modes Spoofing MAC Address of Alcatel IP Phone in DHCP client Option 12 and 61 (for Alcatel compliant DHCP client) Proper spoofing of LLDP-MED packet TLVs with user supplied MAC address (Cisco, Alcatel). LLDP-MED automatic VLAN discovery for Cisco and Alcatel infrastructures.
Collaborate Anywhere, Anytime, on any Device with Cisco UC on UCS Live Webcast on May 2nd, 2012 at 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET
As the industry moves to a virtualization deployment methodology, we are finding many public sector customers asking to better understand this move. Many of our customers are already taking full advantage of the increased productivity, reduced operational efforts and centralized management structure designed within virtualization.
Collaboration and Unified Communication applications take full advantage of these virtualization methodologies.
Join us as we gather together some Cisco experts to discuss the "Current Offers" of Cisco’s UC on UCS portfolio. You will walk away with a clear understanding of our equipment and a good measure of confidence when selecting solutions for your environment. We will also be "Comparing our UC on UCS solution with the Cisco MCS 7800" – so you can take an educated look at comparison and comfort factors when selecting new UC or UCS equipment. We will also be discussing the "Roadmap" to help you plan for future needs.
Well, time for another IOS XR post, this time on Interface Bundles, particularly Ethernet. With IOS XR a bundle can be considered a group of one or more ports that are aggregated together and treated as one link.
For those of you who work on ASA's quite often you'll know that there's more and more, specifically SSL VPN related configurations, that you have to do with ASDM as opposed to the CLI. This forces us to use our old friend (read: nemesis) Java.
Blogger's stats are telling me that yesterday was the most-trafficked day in the history of this blog, and as much as I want to credit Titanic's 100 year anniversary, I have to think it is because of my most recent blog post.
I’ve been wanting to write this blog for awhile, but I’ve been behind on blogs (as you can likely see). At any rate, I had the task to move a port-channel a couple of weeks ago and I developed a procedure for doing so in a ‘hitless’ fashion. ...
Nel momento in cui si calcola il valore della rete, considera che la gestione integrata Cisco della sicurezza e dell'energia può ridurre il TCO del 13 per cento. Scopri come le reti Cisco supportano l'efficienza IT e l'agilità aziendale.
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