Online Tool Updates

This page provides you with recent updates to the online Cisco tools that enable you to keep your network up and running.


Sneak Preview: More Personalized Software Downloads

In just a few days, you’ll enjoy a more personal software download experience that is seamless with other Cisco Support Website resources. You’ll find both the software and related content in one location, saving you time and clicks. And you’ll have ways to customize your experience to make quicker, more informed decisions about all your Cisco devices.

Here are some highlights:

  • Save your devices and set notifications right from the Download Software area
  • View software release notes, known bugs, and product information here as well
  • See all software release and troubleshooting information for your saved devices on the same page
  • Use the My Cisco "Recently Used Products" module for quick access to software information about the devices that matter to you

By consolidating your software choices and related support information, we’re striving for a download process that’s simple, robust and more personal. Watch for an announcement in the Download Software area (make sure that you log in). And take a sneak peek now by viewing the Flash tour.

 

DocWiki Configuration Examples Now Featured in the TS Newsletter

Cisco DocWiki enables Cisco customers, partners, and employees to contribute to Cisco technical documentation by adding their own suggestions, corrections, and new information directly. Cisco DocWiki is available for anyone to read, but only registered customers, partners, and employees may update or contribute new content. Register with Cisco.com to get login credentials.

Why put technical documentation on a wiki? The collaborative environment provides more up-to-date and usable technical documentation by allowing customers and partners to provide ideas about how they use products. DocWiki encourages collaborative communities around products and increases the value of product documentation as customers and partners contribute directly.

Contribute to DocWiki today!