Webcast video- 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.
Luis 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.
David 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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If you're troubleshooting DNA Center related problems, you may need to have more detailed information for a specific service, this can be done by changing the logging level on DNA Center. This video will guide you through this process.
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This video provides a demonstration of the steps needed to migrate the hardware and software components of a CiscoISR4300 Series Router as an aide for users who are doing proactive replacements of their Cisco ISR4300 Series Routersfor the FN 64253 Clock Signal Field Notice.
Introduction - 0:00 Checking for what hardware needs to be migrated - 0:34 Backing up Software Components - 2:23 Backing Up ISR Image - 2:25 Backing Up Image to USB - 2:49 Backing Up Image to Remote Server - 4:08 Backing up Serial Number for License Re-Hosting - 5:24 Backing Up Configuration - 5:56 Unracking ISR4300 - 7:07 Hardware Migration - 7:22 Removing Hardware Components from Old Chassis - 7:25 Removing NIMs (Network Interface Modules) and SMs (Service Modules) - 7:27 Removing External Modules - 7:29 - 8:18 Removing Power Supply in a ISR4351 Removing ISR4351 POE Module - 8:34 Re-Installing ISR4351 Front Cover - 9:22 Opening ISR4300 Chassis - 9:54 Opening ISR4321 Chassis - 9:57 Opening ISR4331 Chassis - 10:34 Opening ISR4351 Chassis - 11:11 Removing Internal Hardware Components - 11:35 Removing DRAM - 11:37 Removing Internal Flash 11:55 Removing Internal SSD - 12:24 Removing PVDM - 12:52 Internal Hardware Component Locations in ISR4331 - 13:21 Removing ISR4331 POE Power Supply - 13:44 Removing ISR4351 Internal POE GigabitEthernet Daughter card - 14:39 Re-Installing Hardware Components into Replacement Chassis - 15:16 Re-Installing Internal Hardware Components - 15:18 Re-Installing DRAM - 15:20 Re-Installing Internal Flash - 15:44 Re-Installing internal SSD - 16:08 Re-Installing PVDM - 16:32 Re-Installing ISR4331 POE Power Supply - 17:00 Re-Installing ISR4351 Internal POE GigabitEthernet Daughter card - 18:45 Re-Installing External Modules - 19:41 Re-Installing NIMs and SMs - 19:43 Re-Installing ISR4351 POE Module - 20:03 Re-Installing ISR4351 Power Supply - 20:57 Restoring Software Components to new ISR - 21:09 Restoring Image - 21:11 Rehosting License - 22:12 Restoring Configuration - 25:04 Conclusion - 26:19 Credits - 26:44