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What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation

Cisco Product Documentation Resources

Cisco Bug Search Tool

Cisco DocWiki

Cisco Icon Library

Cisco International Websites

Cisco Internetworking Terms and Acronyms (ITA)

Technical Documentation Ideas Forum

Application Networking Services

Cisco Interfaces and Modules

Cisco IOS and NX-OS Software

Cloud and Systems Management

Collaboration Endpoints

Conferencing

Customer Collaboration

Home Networking

Optical Networking

Physical Security

Routers

Security

Servers—Unified Computing

Service Exchange

Storage Networking

Switches

Unified Communications

Universal Gateways and Access Servers

Video

Wireless

Creating Bookmarks to Cisco.com Pages

Cisco Support and Downloads

Submitting a Service Request

Obtaining Additional Information

What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation

October 2014

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Previous releases of the What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation are available at the following URL:

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Cisco Product Documentation Resources

Cisco Bug Search Tool

Bug Search Tool (BST), the online successor to Bug Toolkit, is designed to improve our customers’ effectiveness in network risk management and device troubleshooting.

BST allows partners and customers to search for software bugs based on product, release, and keyword, and it aggregates key data such as bug details, product, and version.

Visit Bug Search Tools & Resources on Cisco.com. For details on the tool overview and functionalities, visit the help page at http://www.cisco.com/web/applicat/cbsshelp/help.html .

Cisco DocWiki

You can collaborate on Cisco documentation using Cisco DocWiki:

http://docwiki.cisco.com

Follow Cisco DocWiki on Facebook and Twitter:

Visit the Cisco IOS Documentation Facebook page or follow Cisco IOS documentation on Twitter for updates on Cisco IOS features and documentation and to provide feedback about the documentation:

Cisco Icon Library

Cisco icons are globally recognized and generally accepted as standard for network icon topologies. Cisco icons are available for download:

http://www.cisco.com/web/about/ac50/ac47/2.html

Cisco International Websites

To find international Cisco websites, go to http://www.cisco.com and click Worldwide at the top of the page.

Cisco Internetworking Terms and Acronyms (ITA)

This resource defines internetworking terms and acronyms specific to Cisco products, technologies, or services. Some terms may also have descriptions unique to Cisco. The Cisco ITA does not duplicate industry-standard terms for which definitions can be found in other sources. To review this resource:

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Category:Internetworking_Terms_and_Acronyms_(ITA)

Technical Documentation Ideas Forum

This forum allows you to communicate with other customers and Cisco technical writers. You can share your ideas about Cisco documentation on the Technical Documentation Ideas forum:

http://www.cisco.com/go/techdocideas

Application Networking Services

Lists and describes each WAAS CLI command.

Describes how to configure and use WAAS devices.

Describes how to install and configure vWAAS.

Describes the new features, resolved and open caveats, CM changes, and CLI command changes for software version 5.0.3g.

Describes the new features, resolved and open caveats, CM changes, and CLI command changes for software version 5.1.1f.

Describes the new features, resolved and open caveats, CM changes, and CLI command changes for software version 5.3.1.

Describes the new features, resolved and open caveats, CM changes, and CLI command changes for software version 5.3.3.

Describes the new features, resolved and open caveats, CM changes, and CLI command changes for software version 5.3.5b.

Describes the new features, resolved and open caveats, CM changes, and CLI command changes for software version 5.4.1.

Cisco Interfaces and Modules

None at this time.

Cisco IOS and NX-OS Software

None at this time.

Cloud and Systems Management

Describes the new features of Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.5.1 Assurance Advanced.

Helps you to identify the traffic trend, technology adoption trend, and over/under utilized resources in your network. You can also track intermittent and recurring network issues and address service quality issues.

Helps you to set up, administer, and manage Prime Collaboration Assurance—Advanced.

Helps you to set up, administer, and manage Prime Collaboration Assurance—Standard.

Lists licenses and notices for open source software used in Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance 10.5.

Lists of licenses and notices for open source software used in Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance 10.5.1.

Provides information for end-to-end monitoring of Contact Center components such as (Cisco Unified Intelligence Center (CUIC), Cisco Voice Portal (CVP), Cisco Finesse, Cisco SocialMiner, Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE), and Cisco MediaSense. Helps to determine current operational status and connectivity view for UCCE components and associated CUCM, and manage faults for Contact Center devices and configure the devices to receive notification from Prime Collaboration whenever a fault occurs.

Lists the Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.5 and 10.5.1 user documents.

Describes the procedure for a new installation only.

Lists limitations and bugs.

Describes how to upgrade to Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.5.1 from Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.x. Helps you to migrate to Prime Collaboration from Cisco Prime Unified Operations Manager, Cisco Prime Unified Service Monitor, Cisco Unified Service Statistics Manager, and Cisco Prime Unified Provisioning Manager.

Provides information on how to install, configure, and troubleshoot the Video SLA Assessment Agent 3.1 for Cisco Prime Collaboration.

Collaboration Endpoints

Provides information required to administrate the MX200 and MX300 video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the process of getting a TelePresence endpoint or a C Series codec with TC7 software up and running with a Cisco Unified Communication Manager UCM9.1.2. This guide applies to the following products: MX200, MX300, C40, C60, C90, Quick Set C20, SX20 Quick Set, and the Profile Series.

Describes the basics of using a MX200 and MX300 with the Touch controller.

Describes the use of the MX200 and MX300 video systems using software version TC7.2. You can learn about the Touch, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Provides information required to administrate the MX200 G2 and MX300 G2 video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the basics of using a MX200 G2 and MX300 G2 with the Touch 10 controller.

Describes the use of the MX200 G2 and MX300 G2 video systems using software version TC7.2. You can learn about the Touch 10, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Provides information required to administrate the MX700 and MX800 video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the basics of using a MX700 and MX800 with the Touch 10 controller.

Describes the use of the MX700 and MX800. You will learn about the Touch 10, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Describes the new features and capabilities included in the MXP Endpoint software version F9

Describes the initial configuration of Cisco TelePresence SX Series video systems running TC software version TC7.2. This includes setting passwords, and configuring IP, H.323 and SIP using the remote control, the Touch controller, or the web interface.

Provides information required to administrate the SX10 Quick Set using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the use of Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set with software version TC7.2 when you have a remote control. You can learn about the remote control, the system and call settings, camera adjustments/presets, call control and In-call features and about phone book usage.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec SX20 based Quick Set video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the basics of using a SX20 Quick Set with the Touch controller.

Describes the use of SX20 Quick Set with software version TC7.2 and a Touch. You can learn about the Touch, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Provides information required to administrate the SX80 codec based video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the basics of using a SX80 codec and SX10 Quick Set with the Touch 10 controller.

Describes the use of the SX80 codec and SX10 Quick Set with software version TC7.2 used with a Touch 10. You can learn about the Touch 10, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Describes the API for the SX80 codec using software version TC7.2. Commands described are the xCommand, xConfiguration, xStatus, xHistory, xEvent, xFeedback, xPreferences and SystemTools. This guide also includes the startup scripts and Remote Control key map.

Describes the initial configuration of Cisco TelePresence C Series video systems running TC software version TC7.2. This includes setting passwords, and configuring IP, H.323 and SIP using the remote control, the Touch controller, or the web interface.

Describes the use of Codec C Series (C40, C60 and C90) with software version TC7.2 used with a Touch. You can learn about the Touch, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Describes the API for Codec C20 using software version TC7.2. Commands described are the xCommand, xConfiguration, xStatus, xHistory, xEvent, xFeedback, xPreferences and SystemTools. This guide also includes the startup scripts and Remote Control key map.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec C40 and C60 based video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the API for Codec C40 and C60 using software version TC7.2. Commands described are the xCommand, xConfiguration, xStatus, xHistory, xEvent, xFeedback, xPreferences and SystemTools. This guide also includes the startup scripts and Remote Control key map.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec C90 based video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the API for Codec C90 using software version TC7.2. Commands described are the xCommand, xConfiguration, xStatus, xHistory, xEvent, xFeedback, xPreferences and SystemTools. This guide also includes the video input matrix, startup scripts and Remote Control key map.

Provides information required to administrate the EX90/EX60 video systems at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Describes the initial configuration of Cisco TelePresence video systems running TC software. This includes setting passwords, and configuring IP, H.323 and SIP using the remote control, the Touch controller, or the web interface.

Describes the basic use of the EX60 and EX90.

Describes the initial configuration of Cisco TelePresence MX200 and MX300 video systems running TC software version TC7.2. This includes setting passwords, and configuring IP, H.323 and SIP using the remote control, the Touch controller, or the web interface.

Describes the initial configuration of Cisco TelePresence Profile Series video systems running TC software version TC7.2. This includes setting passwords, and configuring IP, H.323 and SIP using the remote control, the Touch controller, or the web interface.

Describes the use of the Profile systems with software version TC7.2 used with a Touch. You can learn about the Touch, camera adjustments/presets, call control and in-call features, the use of favorites, directory and call history, and details of the Settings menu.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec C20 based Profile video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec C40 and C60 based Profile video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec C90 based Profile video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Provides information required to administrate the Codec C20 based Quick Set video systems using software version TC7.2 at an advanced level. The web interface is described, and the advanced settings available via the web interface and the on-screen menu system are explained.

Provides the CAD drawings of Cisco TelePresence Table Microphone 20.

Provides the CAD drawings of Cisco TelePresence Table Microphone 20 in DXF format.

Provides the CAD drawings of Cisco TelePresence Table Microphone 60.

Provides the CAD drawings of Cisco TelePresence Table Microphone 60 in DXF format.

Describes the features and capabilities included in the Cisco TelePresence System Codec C Series, Quick Set Series, Profile Series and MX Series software version TC7.

Provides the CAD drawings of Cisco TelePresence Touch 10.

Provides the CAD drawings of Cisco TelePresence Touch 10 in DXF format.

Describes the basics of using a C Series codec with the Touch controller.

Conferencing

Describes prerequisites, best practices, and procedures for upgrading to, installing, deploying, and maintaining Cisco TMSXE 4.0.3. Includes guidance and instructions for redundant deployments.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMSXE 4.0.3.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMS 14.3.1.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMS 14.3.2.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMS 14.3.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMS 14.4.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMS 14.4.1.

Details new features, resolved issues, open issues, and limitations in Cisco TMS 14.4.2.

Describes the installation of Cisco TelePresence Supervisor MSE 8050.

Describes the interface, fields, and features of the Cisco TelePresence Supervisor MSE 8050 version 2.3.

Describes the configuration and maintenance of Cisco VCS X8.2.

Provides step-by-step instructions for deploying a Cisco VCS with Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Describes the configuration of Cisco WebEx Enabled TelePresence (TMS 14.4—WebEx Meeting Center WBS29).

Details new features of Cisco WebEx Enabled TelePresence (TMS 14.4—WebEx Meeting Center WBS29).

Helps you set up your video devices and telepresence infrastructure to use Cisco WebEx Meeting Center with Collaboration Meeting Rooms, also known as CMR Cloud.

Gives instructions and links for locating guidance on which system types and models are supported for management and/or scheduling with Cisco TMS, and how to add them.

Provides step-by-step instructions for deploying a Cisco VCS system to allow endpoints such as Cisco Jabber to have their registration, call control, provisioning, messaging and presence services provided by Cisco Unified Communications Manager when the endpoint is not within the enterprise network.

Customer Collaboration

None at this time.

Home Networking

None at this time.

Optical Networking

None at this time.

Physical Security

None at this time.

Routers

Describes the Interface and Hardware commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the IP Addresses and Services commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the IP Addresses and Services commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes how to enable and configure IP Addresses and Services on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the MPLS commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes how to enable and configure MPLS on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the Multicast commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes how to enable and configure Multicast on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Provides information about new features, hardware, software support, and caveats for Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the Routing commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes how to enable and configure Routing on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the System Administration commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the System Management commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes how to enable and configure System Management on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes the System Security commands used in the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Describes how to enable and configure Security on the Cisco NCS 6000 Series Routers.

Security

Contains instructions for installing the ASA Device Package for integration with the APIC.

Lists new features by release.

Contains the commands available for use with the ASA to protect your network from unauthorized use and to establish Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) to connect remote sites and users to your network.

Contains the commands available for use with the ASA to protect your network from unauthorized use and to establish Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) to connect remote sites and users to your network.

Contains the commands available for use with the ASA to protect your network from unauthorized use and to establish Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) to connect remote sites and users to your network.

Contains the commands available for use with the ASA to protect your network from unauthorized use and to establish Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) to connect remote sites and users to your network.

Configures the firewall features for ASA using ASDM.

Configures the firewall features for ASA using CLI.

Configures general operations for the ASA using ASDM.

Configures general operations for the ASA using CLI.

Configures the VPN features for ASA using ASDM.

Configures VPN on the ASA using CLI.

Describes Cisco Security Manager message exchanges, XML schema, and client/server behavioral specifications in the Cisco Security Manager 4.7 Northbound API.

Explains how to deploy Cisco Security Manager 4.7 in the following areas: Recommended hardware and software configurations based on reference networks, deployment options for included applications, advanced server tuning options, and licensing.

Identifies and links to the available documentation for Cisco Security Manager 4.7 and Auto Update Server 4.7. Also provides pointers to topics to help a user get started using Cisco Security Manager.

Provides installation, upgrade, and uninstallation instructions for Security Manager and Auto Update Server (AUS) and includes pre- and post-installation guidelines and troubleshooting information.

Specifies the options that are enabled on a given ASA. Describes how to obtain a license activation key, how to activate it, and the available licenses for each model.

Contains the licenses and notices for open source software used in the ASA.

Contains the licenses and notices for open-source software used in Cisco Security Manager 4.7.

Contains release information for Cisco ASDM Versions 7.3(1) for the Cisco ASA series.

Describes new features available in Cisco Security Manager 4.7, provides important notes regarding the product, and lists recently resolved problems and currently known problems in Cisco Security Manager 4.7.

Contains release information for the Cisco ASA Device Package software, Version 1.0(1) for ACI.

Contains release information for Cisco ASA software Versions 9.3(1).

Lists the devices and operating system versions supported by Cisco Security Manager 4.7.

Provides detailed descriptions of all the features available in Auto Update Server 4.7 and procedures for implementing these features in your network.

Provides detailed descriptions of all the features available in Cisco Security Manager 4.7, procedures for implementing these features in your network, and comprehensive coverage of each field in the GUI.

Provides XML examples for the ASA features that are supported through the Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) northbound APIs.

Servers—Unified Computing

None at this time.

Service Exchange

None at this time.

Storage Networking

None at this time.

Switches

None at this time.

Unified Communications

Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945

Cisco Device Package 10.5(1)(11008-1) supports the Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945 running Firmware Release 9.4(2). For additional information, see Cisco Unified IP Phone 8941 and 8945 Release Notes for Firmware Release 9.4(2).

Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80

Cisco Device Package 10.5(1)(11008-1) introduces support for Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80. You must download and install Cisco Device Package 10.5(1)(11008-1), which includes the QED necessary for these Cisco DX devices to function.

Firmware for the DX models is not in the device package, but when available it can be downloaded from the model location on Cisco.com.

Introduces support for Cisco IP Phone 8841,8851, 8861.

Introduces support for Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX70 and DX80.

Introduces support for the Public Mode feature available with Firmware Release 10.1(2) on the Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX650.

Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945

Cisco Device Package 8.5(1)(17129-1) supports the Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945 running Firmware Release 9.4(2). For additional information, see Cisco Unified IP Phone 8941 and 8945 Release Notes for Firmware Release 9.4(2).

Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80

Cisco Device Package 8.5(1)(17129-1) introduces support for Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80. You must download and install Cisco Device Package 8.5(1)(17129-1), which includes the QED necessary for these Cisco DX devices to function.

Firmware for the DX models is not in the device package, but when available it can be downloaded from the model location on Cisco.com.

Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945

Cisco Device Package 8.6(2)(25140-1) supports the Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945 running Firmware Release 9.4(2). For additional information, see Cisco Unified IP Phone 8941 and 8945 Release Notes for Firmware Release 9.4(2).

Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80

Cisco Device Package 8.6(2)(25140-1) introduces support for Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80. You must download and install Cisco Device Package 8.6(2)(25140-1), which includes the QED necessary for these Cisco DX devices to function.

Firmware for the DX models is not in the device package, but when available it can be downloaded from the model location on Cisco.com.

Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945

Cisco Device Package 9.1(2)(13053-1) supports the Cisco IP Phones 8941 and 8945 running Firmware Release 9.4(2). For additional information, see Cisco Unified IP Phone 8941 and 8945 Release Notes for Firmware Release 9.4(2).

Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80

Cisco Device Package 9.1(2)(13053-1) introduces support for Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80. You must download and install Cisco Device Package 9.1(2)(13053-1), which includes the QED necessary for these Cisco DX devices to function.

Firmware for the DX models is not in the device package, but when available it can be downloaded from the model location on Cisco.com.

Introduces support for Cisco IP Phone 8841,8851, 8861.

Introduces support for the Cisco TelePresence MX700 and MX800 running TC7.1(2).

Introduces support for Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX70 and DX80.

Introduces support for the Public Mode feature available with Firmware Release 10.1(2) on the Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX650.

Cisco Unified Communication Manager Device Package 9.1(1) introduces support for the Cisco Unified IP Phone 7800 series on Cisco Unified Communications Manager 9.1(1). This release contains the firmware for the following Cisco Unified IP Phones:

Cisco Unified IP Phone 7821

Cisco Unified IP Phone 7841

Cisco Unified IP Phone 7861

Cisco Unified Communication Manager Device Package 9.1(1) also introduces support for the Cisco TelePresence MX 300 G2 on Cisco Unified Communications Manager 9.1(1). This release enables support for the Cisco TelePresence MX 300 G2 device.

Universal Gateways and Access Servers

None at this time.

Video

None at this time.

Wireless

None at this time.

Creating Bookmarks to Cisco.com Pages

After you log in to Cisco.com, you can use the My Cisco tool to save links and documents. You can then go to the links from any Cisco.com page. The tool is available on most Cisco.com pages. See the My Cisco User Guide for help:

http://www.cisco.com/web/help/mycisco.html

Cisco Support and Downloads

The Cisco Support and Downloads website provides online resources to download documentation, software, and tools. Use these resources to install and configure the software and to troubleshoot and resolve technical issues with Cisco products and technologies. To receive security and technical information about your products, subscribe to the Product Alert Tool (accessed from Field Notices), the Cisco Technical Services Newsletter, and Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds.

Access to most tools on the Cisco Support and Downloads website requires a Cisco.com user ID and password.

For more information:

http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/support/index.html

Submitting a Service Request

Open a service request online at:

https://tools.cisco.com/ServiceRequestTool/scm/mgmt/case

Display a list of Cisco worldwide contacts at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/support/tsd_cisco_worldwide_contacts.html

Obtaining Additional Information

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  • Sign up for Cisco email newsletters and other communications at:

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  • Order the Cisco Product Quick Reference Guide , a portable, easy-to-use reference that provides an overview of Cisco products and solutions for each area of your business. Go to:

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  • Visit the Cisco Services website for the latest technical, advanced, and remote services to increase the operational reliability of your network. Go to:

http://www.cisco.com/go/services

  • Visit Cisco Marketplace, the company store, for Cisco collateral, logo merchandise, Cisco Press books, and software at:

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  • Obtain general networking, training, and certification titles from Cisco Press publishers at:

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  • Read the Internet Protocol Journal , a quarterly journal published by Cisco for engineering professionals who design, develop, and operate internets and intranets. Go to:

http://www.cisco.com/ipj

  • What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation (this document) is an online publication that provides information about the latest documentation releases for Cisco products. This online publication is updated monthly and organized by product category. Go to:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html

  • The Warranty Finder allows you to find warranty information that applies to a specific product or product series/family. To access Cisco Warranty Finder:

http://www.cisco-warrantyfinder.com

  • Visit the Cisco Data Center Documentation Twitter Feed for daily updates on Cisco NX-OS features and documentation and provide feedback about the documentation.

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