Re: it is hard to navigate and find the correct documentation on
Rob's reply looked like it covered useful site to site VPN examples; let us know if you need more info on that topic.
We feel your pain also, and although navigation can still be a challenge, we are pleased about some recent innovations on Cisco.com for finding information and getting back to it once you have found what you are looking for:
On Cisco.com, note the My Cisco tab at the top of the site- here's where you can add your bookmarks (including to PDFs such as Rob mentions), track or access Recent Service Requests, Software Alerts, Recently Used Products, Added Devices, Support Notifications, and the new Collaboration Spaces.
To get started quickly with the new customization features, we like this interactive little demo - point and click on the features you're interested in
Here is some basic information that may help you find documentation in the future:
From the Support home page, take Option 1 and either enter a product name to search for, or select from a category list, or take Option 2 and start from the task you want to do.
Or – you can go right to the Product Selector Page where you start by selecting a product or technology category, then select a product line, then select a specific product. From the next page you’ll see a list of all doc for that product.
And a tip if you are looking for system documentation: Although there is no category for system documentation, if you type “system” in the find box on the main Support page or the “Select Your Product” page, you’ll get a list of all products with “system” in their title.
Thanks so much for taking the time to post when clearly you have already spent a lot of time and frustration trying to find things!
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