The traditional WAN (wide-area-network) functions are to connect users at remote/branch or corporate to applications hosted in Data Center servers. Usually, dedicated circuits are required to make the connection reliable and secure MPLS circuits are commonly used to achieve this. But time has changed. Business models are changed and it needs a new network model. … Continue reading Overview: Traditional WAN and CISCO SD-WAN Solutions
Software-Defined WAN [SD-WAN] Solutions: Cisco SD-WAN (based on Viptela) - The preferred solution for organizations that require SD-WAN solution with cloud-based initiatives that provides granular segmentation, advanced routing, advanced security, and complex topologies while connecting to cloud instances.Meraki SD-WAN - Recommended solution for organizations that requires unified threat management (UTM) solutions with SD-WAN functionality. Note: … Continue reading Overview: CISCO SD-WAN
Location Services is also known as RTLS or Real-Time Location Services RTLS Basic Rules: Deploy minimum of 4 AP per floor.One AP around client in each quadrant.-75 dBm Client RSSI on 3 APs.Create a convex hull around location area. Location Tracking Methods Four Basis Categories of Systems to determine the position. Cell of Origin: uses … Continue reading Overview: Location Services [RTLS]
An overview of different Cisco Wireless LAN [WLAN] Deployment Models. Autonomous Deployment Standalone Access Points are used for this deployment. Access Points must have management IP address configured and connected as trunk link. Centralized or Unified Wireless Deployment Lightweight Access Points are used for this deployment.Wireless LAN Controller[s] are needed.Access Points still have unique management … Continue reading CISCO WLAN Deployment Models
As mentioned on my previous post, I decided to study for Cisco CCNP Enterprise. I already have a copy of OCG eBook version as a start for my studying. When I purchased the OCG, there is an Access Bonus Contest included. It's the OCG Companion Website that includes, practice test software, flash cards, video trainings, … Continue reading CCNP Enterprise 350-401 (ENCOR)
After I passed my Aruba Wireless certification a couple of months ago, I decided to take Cisco CCNP as my next learning path this year. I already purchased an ebook version of CCNP Enterprise Core Official Cert Guide. This will be one of the learning materials that I’ll be using.