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06-11-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 06-29-2018 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the implementation and troubleshooting of Virtual Switching system (VSS) on Cisco Catalyst Switches, particularly on 4500, 6500 and 6800
Virtual Switching System (VSS) is network system virtualization technology that pools multiple Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches into one virtual switch, increasing operational efficiency, boosting nonstop communications, and scaling system bandwidth capacity to 1.4 Tbps. At the initial phase, a VSS will allow two physical Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches to operate as a single logical virtual switch called a virtual switching system 144. 

 

This session provides an opportunity to learn and ask questions about how to implement, configure and troubleshoot VSS in Cisco Catalyst Switches.

 

Ask questions from Monday 11th to Friday 29th of June, 2018

 

 

Featured Experts

Inay.pngInayathUlla Sharieff is a Customer support engineer in High-Touch Technical Services (HTTS) team supporting LAN Switching and Data centre Products. His areas of expertise include Cisco Catalyst 2000,3000,4000 ,6500 and Cisco Nexus 7000 Switches. Shariff has over 10 years of industry experience working with large enterprise and Service Provider networks. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Sciences and the following Cisco certifications: CCNA, CCNP (in Routing and Switching), and CCIE in R&S (# 43263).

 

Atul.pngAtul Choudhary is a Customer Support Engineer in High-Touch Technical Services (HTTS) at Cisco Bangalore, India. He has over 5.5 years of industry experience working with large Enterprise, Security and load balancers. He has been working with HTTS from past 2 years and supporting LAN Switching Products. His areas of expertise include Cisco Catalyst 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, and 9000 Catalyst Switches. Atul holds a Bachelor's Degree of Sciences in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Maharshi Dayanand University and he is pursuing a Masters of Technology in Software Systems from BITS, Pilani. He hold several certifications such as, JNCIA-Junos, JNCIS-ENT, JNCIP-ENT and he is pursuing a CCIE R&S. 

 

InayathUlla and Atul might not be able to answer each question due to the volume expected during this event. Remember that you can continue the conversation on the  Contact Center Community

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07-02-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 07-13-2018 11:45 PM PST

This topic is a chance to discuss more about the Internet of Things (IoT) Management. Learn more about the strategies that involve the connectivity of smart devices, its organization, monitoring and troubleshooting functionalities. Take this opportunity to ask the expert all your questions about the best practices to manage communication between your devices, including topics such as the main protocol LWM2M (Lightweight Machine to Machine) and the IPSO (IP smart Objects) data model. 

 

The internet of things refers to the wireless communication between devices and their ability to receive send, and create data based on environmental factors or user activity. 

 

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Ask questions from Monday, July 2nd to Friday 13th, 2018

 

Featured Expert 

Ines Robles is an Inter of Things (IoT) consultant with over a decade of experience as an IT researcher. She is an IoT directorate member and a co-chair ROLL from the working group of the IEFT. Currently she is Finland pursing a PhD research related to IoT Group management in the context of LWM2M at the Aalto University, since 2014. She started as a researcher in 2007 taking care of network topics at the GridTICs laboratory UTN-FRM University in Mendoza, Argentina. She has experience with different protocols and programming languages. 

 

Ines might not be able to answer each question due to the volume expected during this event. Remember that you can continue the conversation at the Network Infrastructure Category.  

 

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04-02-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 04-13-2018 11:45 PM PST

This topic is a chance to discuss more about the installation, provisioning, operation and best troubleshooting practices on Cisco Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) transport systems, with particular focus on NCS 2000 series. This session will provide you with a better understanding of the installation and troubleshooting practices of the initial setup of DWDM networks, RAMAN calibration and OTDR tracing that helps to enhance quality of RAMAN installation.

 

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Ask questions from Monday, April 2nd to Friday 13th, 2018

 

Featured Expert 

 Valery-photo.pngValery Kayukov is a System Architect Engineer with over 1 decade of experience in the It industry. Currently he works as a Lead System Engineer at the Step Logic Group LLC. Valery specializes in Optical Transmission Network, SAN Networking and Storage and Computing technologies (DWDM, SDH, OTN). In addition, he has experience in network programmability particularly on C++ and Python programming. Valery holds a Bachelor’s degree in Networks and Telecommunication Systems and several certifications such as, CCNP, CCDA, CCDP and Brocade - BCFP, BCFD among others. 

 

caamador.jpgCarlos Amador is a Technical Support Engineer with over 6 years of experience in the IT industry. He works as a HTE and Teach Lead for the Optical accounts of Telex, Mexico’s biggest communication company. Carlos specializes in Optical Transmission Network technology (DWDM, OTN, SDH and Sonet. Before Cisco, he has worked over a decade commissioning and integrating Optical and Microwave networks in Nortel and Axtel. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in electronics and communications engineering. 

 

Valery & Carlos might not be able to answer each question due to the volume expected during this event. Remember that you can continue the conversation at the Optical Networking Category.  

 

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Join Cisco and gold partner ANS as we present a technical insight into the current and future networking and security landscapes on the 27th February at Cisco, Bedfont Lakes.

 

With a series of presentations and demonstrations on software defined networking within the campus and the datacentre, you’ll learn how important it is to ensure that your architectural approach to networking and security is built on the right fundamentals and strategy.

We will then turn our attention to explore what the future holds with the emergence of agile, NetOps 2.0 and tooling.

Agenda...

09:30 - 10:00 – Arrival and refreshments

10:00 - 10:15 – Event Introduction and Welcome - Mark Johnson | Head of Enterprise Networking ANS

10:15 - 10:45 – Business and Digital Transformation – What this means for business and the network - Rob Price | CTO of Partners UK&I, Cisco

10:45 - 11:15 – Software Defined Networking and The Network. Intuitive – Enterprise Networks - Alan Saywell | Technical System Engineers, Cisco

11:15 - 11:30 – Refreshment Break

11:30 - 11:45 – SDN EN Demo - DNA-C/SDA - Alan Saywell | Technical System Engineers, Cisco

11:45 - 12:30 – ACI, DC & Demo - Andrew Gunyon | TITLE, Cisco

12:30 - 13:00 – Architecture Preparation - How do ANS architect a technical solution? - “user to DC via WAN” - Darren Fullwell CCDE | Technical Architect, ANS

13:00 - 13:30 – Lunch Break

13:30 - 14:00 – Managed Networks – What does a network of the future need to look like and provide? - Anthony Robinson | Technical Consultant, ANS

14:00 - 14:45 – Mobility & Demo- Adam White | Cisco

14:45 - 15:00 – Refreshment Break

15:00 - 15:45 – Security & Demo - Oliver Wong | Security Specialist, Cisco

15:45 - 16:15 – Session Wrap Up - Mark Johnson | Head of Enterprise Networking, ANS & Rob Price | CTO of Partners UK&I, Cisco

16:15 - 17:30 – Networking Drinks

19:30 - Late – Join us for dinner

 

We have limited spaces and on a first come first serve basis so please contact me on Linkedin 

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Alternatively 07724544161

 

I look forward to seeing you there.

 

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02-05-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 02-16-2018 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the how to implement the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) on an Ethernet Network. This session will provide you a better understanding about how to implement STP on Ethernet Networks, port sales, convergence timers, STP variants, the best configurations practices, the features that increase STP stability and the optimal type of STP to run on today’s Cisco Catalyst switches. Since STP aims to prevent broadcast storms, unstable MAC tables in switches and multiple duplicates on interface, it is of great importance to understand to learn more about the best practices to implement this protocol.

 

The switch is one of the most important and common devices in a LAN. The Spanning tree Protocol was developed to support redundancy in a Layer 2 Network, while preserving a loop-free logical topology. STP allows a network design to include back uplinks that helps to provide fault tolerance if an active link fails, it provides a single path of communication between each Ethernet segment.

 

Ask question from Monday, February 5th to Friday 16th, February 2018

 

Featured Expert 

Leo-Davila.JPGLeonardo Peña Davila is a Network Engineer with over 15 years of experience on network design, enterprise networks, administration and support. He works at Petroleos de Venezuela as Network Engineer administrating and managing a diverse amount of complex networks, from WLC, ACS, ASA to CUCM. Leonardo obtained his first Cisco CCNA certification in 2002 and he has a CCNP R&S as well, he is passionate about his profession and committed to keep up-to-date with new technology developments. He is interested on Data Center technology, particularly on switches Nexus 5k, 7k and 9k, APIC, APIC-EM, VMware virtualization, ESX, ESXi, UCS and Network Programmability. 

 

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01-22-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 02-02-2018 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the implementation of EIGRP on IPv6 networks. Learn more about the functions, features and best practices to implement and route the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) on IPv6 networks. This interior gateway protocol is suited for many different topologies and media. In a well designed network, EIGRP scales well and provides extremely quick convergence times with minimal network traffic.

 

Ask question from Monday, January 22th to Friday 2nd, February 2018

 

Featured Expert 

Julio Moisa is an engineer in Computer Science with over 14 years of experience in the IT field. He is director and founder of Your Next Hop in Central America, a company that focuses on e- learning and IT consulting. With almost one and half decades in the field, Julio has experience in data communication, cybersecurity, and the administration of Cisco products specialized in Routing and Switching for service providers; such as, Aggregation Services Routers and Metro Ethernet switches. Julio has several certifications: CCNA R&S, CCNA Security, CCDA, CCIP, CCDP, and CCIE R&S #52536. Currently he is preparing for the CCIE Service Provider certification. 

 

 Julio has been nominated as a Cisco Designated VIP of the Cisco Support Community this year, 2018.

 

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01-23-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 02-02-2018 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the Cisco Catalyst 9400, a leading modular enterprise switching access platform built for security, Internet of Things (IoT), and Cloud. On this event you can clarify all your questions about the capabilities and hardware/software differentiators of these switches, so as the new software-licensing scheme which is specific to the components and the operation of this platform. 

 

Ask questions from Tuesday 23rd of January to Friday 2nd of February, 2018

 

Featured Expert

Andres_Franco_190916.pngAndres Franco is a Customer Support engineer of the LAN switching team at Cisco’s global TAC in Mexico. He joined Cisco in 2016, before Cisco he worked as Telecommunications specialist on Banesco Universal Bank and as a field engineer for Sistemas MPC, a Cisco partner from Venezuela.
He specializes in Catalyst platform such as, 6500, 4500 and 3850/3650. Andres holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the National Experimental Politecnical University of the National Forces in Caracas Venezuela.

 

 

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01-23-2018 10:00 AM PST thru 01-23-2018 11:30 AM PST

Webcast: Cisco Catalyst 9000 Overview

 

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The event focuses on the Cisco Catalyst 9400, a leading modular enterprise switching access platform built for security, Internet of Things (IoT), and Cloud. This overview helps you to understand not only the capabilities and hardware/software differentiators of these switches, but also the new software-licensing scheme which is specific to the components and the operation of this platform. In addition, a demonstration of the usage of this platform in different case scenarios will be provided. 

 

Agenda

  • Introduction
  • Catalyst 9000 Series Switches at a glance
  • Catalyst 9300/9400/9500 system overview
  • Catalyst 9300/9400/9500 system specifics
  • Demonstration

 

Featured Speakers

abrenesa.jpgAllan Brenes is a Customer Support Engineer on the LAN Switching team in Cisco’s Global Technical Assistance Center (TAC) in Mexico. Allan has been collaborating on that team since 2016. Previously, he worked for three years as a Support Engineer with the Global Delivery Partners CSE in Costa Rica. He has experience in different technologies, but he specializes in LAN Switching. Allan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Telematics and a CCNA certification. 

 

danolasc.jpgDavid Nolasco is a Cisco Customer Support Engineer and is also part of the LAN Switching team in the Global TAC in Mexico. He has collaborated with this team since August 2014. Before he joined Cisco, David worked as a Network Engineer at Ericsson.  He specializes in the Catalyst 6500, 4500, and 3850/3650 platforms. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. David holds a CCNP R&S certification and he is currently pursuing a CCIE certification.

 

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We look forward to your participation. 

 

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01-08-2018 12:05 AM PST thru 01-19-2018 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the OSPF configuration and the best practices to deploy and operate the protocol. The session will cover topics related to IOS, IOS-XE and NXOS and will focus on providing better understanding about the differences of implementing OSPF in different platforms. Participate on this event and solve all your questions regards this routing protocol, the expert will provide advice and best practices to identify and solve OSPF issues.

 

Ask questions from Monday 8th to Friday 19th of January, 2018

 

Featured Expert

 

eramaldo.jpgErasmo Maldonado is a Customer Support Engineer at Cisco’s TAC Routing Protocols team, he has been there sin March 2014. He has over 7 years of experience in routing and currently holds the role of Team leader within his team. . His Expertise covers IGPs on IOS and NXOS, BGP, Multicast, MPLS, L2VPN and MVPN. Erasmo holds an Electronic and Communication Engineering Degree from Universidad de las Americas at Puebla, Mexico. He has a CCIE Certification in Routing & Switching (#54347).

 

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11-28-2017 10:00 AM PST thru 12-08-2017 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about Layer 3 multicast and the best practices to identify possible threats and take security measures. Ask your questions about basic multicast, the best security practices for use of this technology, and recommendations for how to configure an auto rendezvous point (RP) and Bootstrap (BSR) in multicast protocols, particularly on RP distribution methods. This event includes a live demonstration of Layer 3 multicast technology

 

Ask questions from tuesday 28th of November to Friday 8th of December, 2017

 

Featured Speakers 

 

LEspejel.jpgLuis Espejel Layer 3 multicast and the best practices to identify possible threats and take security measures. Clarify all your doubts about basic multicast, the best security practices for use of this technology, and recommendations for how to configure an auto rendezvous point (RP) and Bootstrap (BSR) in multicast protocols, particularlys on RP distribution methods. Luis holds an Electronics and Communication degree and postgraduate degrees, one in marketing and one in telecommunications. He has several certifications such as Google Power Search, ITIL foundations, Certified Ethical hacker, CCNA in DC, Cybersecurity Specialist, and a CCIE in R&S (#52804) among others. 

 

MiguelPerez.pngMiguel Perez is a Customer Support Engineer at the Cisco Technical Support Center at the Routing protocols team, where he has been collaboration in the past 3 years. Before he has worked Getronics, a Cisco partner, and in AT&T as a Support Engineer. Miguel holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communication engineering. He holds several certifications such as: CCNA, CCNP, CCDA and CCDP.

 

 

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11-28-2017 10:00 AM PST thru 11-28-2017 11:30 AM PST

Webcast Layer 3 Multicast: Security and Best Practices 

(Live Webcast Tuesday November 28, 2017 at 11 am Pacific/ 2 pm Eastern / 7 pm Paris)

  

In this event, you will learn more about Layer 3 multicast and the best practices to identify possible threats and take security measures. The session provides an overview of basic multicast, the best security practices for use of this technology, and recommendations for how to configure an auto rendezvous point (RP) and Bootstrap (BSR) in multicast protocols, with particular focus on RP distribution methods. This event includes a live demonstration of Layer 3 multicast technology.

 

Agenda​
• Introduction
• Multicast basics
• Auto RP, BSR (RP distribution methods)
• Possible threats and security measures
• Demonstration

 

Featured Speakers 

 

LEspejel.jpgLuis Espejel is the Telecommunications Manager of IENova, an Oil & Gas company. Currently he works with Cisco IOS® and Cisco IOS XE platforms, and NX to some extent. He has also worked as a Senior Engineer with the Routing Protocols team in Cisco’s Global Technical Assistance Center (TAC), as a Network and Telecommunications Manager for GM’s Mexico subsidiary, and in the Engineering Department for Axtel, a major Internet Service Provider. Luis holds an Electronics and Communication degree and postgraduate degrees, one in marketing and one in telecommunications. He has several certifications such as Google Power Search, ITIL foundations, Certified Ethical hacker, CCNA in DC, Cybersecurity Specialist, and a CCIE in R&S (#52804) among others. 

 

DavidRam.jpgDavid Ramirez is a Network Engineer at Astra Zenca pharmaceutical, where he works on IWAN implementation projects and LAN refresh and migrations to 10 Gig Fibre ring network. Previously he worked as a Support Engineer for Cisco’s TAC Routing Protocols team, as a Deployment Engineer of Value Added Services (Voicemail and Multimedia Messaging Services for Mobile Telephony), and as a Telecom Associate Engineer at Getronics where he provided routing and switching support to several customers in the US and UK. David holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering and diverse certifications such as ITIL Foundations, Microsoft Certified Professional, Cisco CCNA, and Cisco CCIE R&S-written only.

 

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10-23-2017 12:05 AM PST thru 11-03-2017 11:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about how to configure, identify and troubleshoot common Quality of Service (Qos) issues in the Catalyst 3850 switch platform. Learn more about new buffer allocation method, performance improvements with QoS configurations, traffic prioritization, link congestion workarounds and queue monitoring. Ask about best practices and troubleshooting methods to detect undesired packet drops in your network.

 

Ask questions from Monday, October 23th to Friday November 3rd , 2017

 

Featured Experts 

cavillag.jpgCarlos Villagran has is a Customer Support Engineer at the LAN Switching team of Cisco’s global TAC. He has over 5 years or experience in IT, he specializes in Switching protocols such as Spanning-Tree, VTP, L2 forwarding, IGMP; L3 technologies like EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, DMVPN, HSRP, QoS and PIM, all of them in IOS and IOS-XE software. Carlos has worked with different vendors and ISPs, for instance as an IP Core engineer in Ericsson and as a customer support engineer in TELMEX. He holds a CCNP R&S certification. 

 

gilcarde.jpgGilberto Cardenas has been a Customer Support Engineer for the TAC Switching team at Cisco Systems since September 2014. He has over eight years of expertise in networking. His expertise in switching covers technologies and products such 2K, 3K, 4K and 6K family switches. Gil holds a CCNP Routing and Switching. He holds a bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Electronics Engineering from UANL at Monterrey, Mexico.

 

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10-09-2017 12:05 AM PST thru 10-20-2017 04:00 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) and enterprise networking solutions within Software-Defined networking (SD-Access). As a network engineer you might be wondering what the future looks like for us, and if the current skills we hold will not become obsolete. The feature has a lot of amazing things on the network engineering field, the ability to automate the network and simply management tasks, lower costs and enhance current solutions, predict performance and act automatically without any user impact. Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) roadmap will allow you to deploy new solutions faster, support larger environments with high precision, predict and adapt faster.

 

Ask questions from Monday, October 9th to Friday October 20th , 2017

 

Featured Expert 

enrique_ramírez.jpgEnrique Ramirez is an Enterprise Architect with the Main Street America Group in Jacksonville, Florida. Previous to this position, he was a Network Consultant at Dell Inc in Guadalajara, Mexico. With over more than 10 years of experience in Enterprise Networking, his main focus is in Routing & Switching, Security, Cloud, and Data Center Networking. Currently, Enrique is a CCIE R&S candidate and holds certifications like CCNP R&S, Security and CCDP, CCDA and CCNA R&S, Security and Wireless, AWS Solutions Architect and is part of the Cisco Champion program.

 

 

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06-20-2017 08:00 AM PST thru 06-23-2017 09:45 PM PST

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This topic is a chance to discuss more about how to identify and troubleshoot some commonly seen Intelligent WAN (IWAN) issues. Learn more about Performance Routing Version 3 (PfRv3), the IWAN application and network monitoring solution. Ask about different methods and best practices to opyimize and troubleshoot your IWAN solution.  

Ask questions from Tuesday, June 20th to June 23rd , 2017

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Catherine Wu joined the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) in 1996. She achieved her Routing and Switching CCIE # 4286 in 1998. Since joining Cisco, Catherine has filled many different roles in Technical Services: Customer Support Engineer (CSE), EE, Team Lead, Technical Writer, and Technical Trainer. While working in Technical Training she has assisted in creating Cisco Interactive Mentor Products for Link State (Open Shortest Path First and Internet Information Server) and Border Gateway Protocol. Subsequently, she worked with TAC Web as a Technical Writer and Routing and Switching Subject Matter Expert to create support documentation to help CSEs and customers troubleshoot Layer 3 protocols. Recently Catherine has been deeply engaged in IWAN Solution Support. She has also spearheaded IWAN global TAC training and has been a senior CSE for 17+ years.

Aaron Rohyans currently works on the iWAN team within Enterprise Networking as a TME. As a member and contributor of the team, he acts as a technical evangelist and enabler for partners and customers alike - bringing awareness to the need for iWAN (through EBCs, PoVs, training and speaking at Cisco Live), as well as the iWAN solution’s capabilities. He has been active in the Information Technology industry for several years with a Cisco-centric focus on Security, Routing/Switching and Collaboration. Aron graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 2005 with a degree in Information Systems and achieved his CCIE Security designation in 2008. 
Soon after, he made the transition to working for a Cisco Gold Channel-Partner as a Senior Security Engineer, specializing in VPN, Remote Access and Firewalls.

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06-20-2017 10:00 AM PST thru 06-20-2017 11:30 AM PST

Webcast: IWAN- Identify and Troubleshoot Common Issues

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(Live Webcast Tuesday June 20, 2017 at 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern / 7 pm Paris)

 

 

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During this event you can learn how to identify and troubleshoot some commonly seen Intelligent WAN (IWAN) issues. Also you can learn more about Performance Routing Version 3 (PfRv3), the IWAN application and network monitoring solution, from some of Cisco's top IWAN experts. IWAN is a comprehensive set of traffic control and security features for the WAN that have been integrated into Cisco branch office routers. This session features a live demonstration.

 

Featured Speakers 

Catherine Wu joined the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) in 1996. She achieved her Routing and Switching CCIE # 4286 in 1998. Since joining Cisco, Catherine has filled many different roles in Technical Services: Customer Support Engineer (CSE), EE, Team Lead, Technical Writer, and Technical Trainer. While working in Technical Training she has assisted in creating Cisco Interactive Mentor Products for Link State (Open Shortest Path First and Internet Information Server) and Border Gateway Protocol. Subsequently, she worked with TAC Web as a Technical Writer and Routing and Switching Subject Matter Expert to create support documentation to help CSEs and customers troubleshoot Layer 3 protocols. Recently Catherine has been deeply engaged in IWAN Solution Support. She has also spearheaded IWAN global TAC training and has been a senior CSE for 17+ years.

 

Aaron Rohyans currently works on the iWAN team within Enterprise Networking as a TME. As a member and contributor of the team, he acts as a technical evangelist and enabler for partners and customers alike - bringing awareness to the need for iWAN (through EBCs, PoVs, training and speaking at Cisco Live), as well as the iWAN solution’s capabilities. He has been active in the Information Technology industry for several years with a Cisco-centric focus on Security, Routing/Switching and Collaboration. Aron graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 2005 with a degree in Information Systems and achieved his CCIE Security designation in 2008. 
Soon after, he made the transition to working for a Cisco Gold Channel-Partner as a Senior Security Engineer, specializing in VPN, Remote Access and Firewalls.

 

 

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