Monthly Archives: July 2013

Using “wr” on NX-OS

Those who have found their way into some NX-OS environments realize that there are some differences between the Nexus commands and that of IOS based devices. One such difference is how you save the running configuration. NX-OS requires that the … Continue reading

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ASR 9000 Blog Series

For those out there who deal with then unique features and caveats of the ASR 9000, I wanted to share A blog dedicated to that product. This blog is found on the Cisco Support Community, which is sort of a … Continue reading

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Challenges of QoS in VPLS Networks

A multipoint VPLS network can make an entire WAN look like an Ethernet switch. Some providers build this type of network in a way that their is no discrimination between different types of packets. Basically, the provider guarantees the specified … Continue reading

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Repairing My Cool Name Plate

When I was in San Jose for Networking Field Day 5, Ruckus gave me and the other delegates the ultimate piece of personalized swag. This was a desk nameplate made from the circuit board of an antenna. Ruckus offered to … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous IPv6, A Killer App for VoIP?

For those that haven’t realized it, our Internet is sort of broken. Intended to be a peer to peer network, this global network has become a network that primarily operates in a client/server mode. Fortunately, this works very well for … Continue reading

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Configuring Ruckus ZoneDirector for Wireless Guest Access

I recently converted my standalone Ruckus AP to controller based mode. The specific model of controller I am using is the ZoneDirector 1100 running software version 9.4. I wanted to expand the capabilities of my wireless network and allow temporary … Continue reading

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