Cisco IOS SSH Version 2 (SSHv2) supports keyboard-interactive and password-based authentication methods. The SSHv2 Enhancements for RSA Keys feature also supports RSA-based public key authentication for the client and the server.
Rhode Island has produced leading innovations like the Big Picture network but it is in the back of the pack when it comes to online and blended learning (see the Digital Learning Now scorecard) but Gist's team is working hard to change that.
Surpassing simple management of the multiple components that define a Unified Communications system should be more commonplace. Watch this TechWiseTV Spotlight and learn how Cisco Prime is now ready to make optimization a reality.
In this ongoing series here at blog.ipexpert.com, we are going to answer the most common questions CCIE instructors hear. Here is the latest: Question: How much hands on practice do I need and what should I practice on?
"With Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(13)E and later, VLAN IDs might be in the range of 1 to 4094, except in the case of reserved VLANs. With Cisco IOS Release 12.1(11b)E or later, you can remove VLAN 1 from a trunk port.
Route summarization provides many advantages, which includes reducing the router resources (CPU and memory) required due to reduced routing table size, and scoping or isolating route flapping issues within an area.
This show is few moments to breathe, take stock, and meditate about peace in our time and listen to someone else do the talking. Today, Packet Pushers is re-broadcasting a recording of a presentation by Geoff Huston from the AusCERT2011.
The Cisco Support Community (CSC) event will focus on Cisco Unified CallManager security fundamentals and implementation, the security by default feature introduced in Cisco Unified CallManager 8.x and support for phone configuration file encryption. Our subject matter experts will also walk through upgrading Cisco Unified CallManager 7.x to Cisco Unified CallManager 8.x and the rollback method from Cisco Unified CallManager 8.x to 7.x without preparing for rollback.
When we discuss simple network failover solutions, we typically are contrasting two fundamental options: active/active and active/standby. These describe the manner in which two redundant devices operate under normal conditions.