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Cloud Networking With Cisco Meraki

Cloud Networking? The cloud is transforming infrastructure and making it possible for all size business to adopt and afford enterprise-class infra, everything without the cost, complexity, and constraints of traditional networks. Cloud networking shares many of the same benefits of … Continue reading

Wireless Networks: ISM & UNII Bands

Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) Bands :- The ISM bands are defined by the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T). The IEEE 802.11 standard and the subsequent 802.11b and 802.11g amendments all define communications in the frequency range between 2.4 GHz and 2.4835 GHz. This … Continue reading


CISCO ISR-AX (Deliver Optimized Application Experience) By the end of 2015 50% of CIOs expect to work on Cloud,90% of organization backhaul traffic through Data center and 2/3 mobile data traffic will be video Current IT trend is more focus … Continue reading


RF Components:- There are many components which contribute to the successful transmission and reception of an RF (Radio Frequency) signal. To understand the function of the components, it is important to know how the strength of the Signal is specifically … Continue reading

Inter-VLAN Routing with cisco Layer 2 Catalyst 2960

A couple of days ago I was looking for information about SDM Templates on Cisco online documentation and to my biggest surprise I saw the following command sdm prefer routing-lanbase. I concluded that the Cisco 2960 can do routing and surprisingly, … Continue reading

Build Your Cloud with Cisco – OpenStack

Cisco also offers a collection of installation and deployment packages to simplify configuration and operation of OpenStack on UCS B-Series and C-Series hardware. These open source packages and scripts install all OpenStack components and configure them automatically using a centralized configuration … Continue reading

NAT failover with DUAL ISP on a router with Policy Based Routing

INTRODUCTION:- WAN Failover and Load Balancing allows you to designate the Router interface or one of the user-assigned interfaces as a Secondary or backup WAN port. The  secondary WAN port can be used in a simple active/passive setup, where traffic is … Continue reading

Overlay Networking

How to integrate Overlay Networking and the Physical Network An overlay network uses modern tunneling protocols to connect software Network Agents in Hypervisors or Operating Systems. Today, these Network Agents are little more than “robot patch panels” (you probably call … Continue reading

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