Become an SDN Expert with the Network Programmability Program
The Network Programmability program enables you to evolve your skills and prepare you as an SDN industry expert. Four courses are available to get you started. > Find out how
Introducing Cisco Nexus 3100 Top of Rack Data Center Switches
These highly scalable, power-efficient, and flexible switches feature significant improvements in port density, programmability, and VXLAN capable gateway functionality. > Learn More
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What are the Differences Between Fabric Manager and Data Center Network Manager Licenses?
This document, by Cisco Engineer Andrea Baldan, compares the ways to license fabric switches on Fabric Manager (FM) as opposed to Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) and explains the differences between the two licensing models > Read on
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Jabber for Windows Issue with Voicemail Credentials
This document, written by Cisco Engineers Scott Hills and Deliana Dalton, describes a problem encountered when you set up Cisco Jabber for Windows in order to access Voicemail messages and offers a solution to the problem > Get the facts
Troubleshooting DTMF-Relay over MGCP
Dual-tone Multi-frequency Relay (DTMF) is the mechanism where a VoIP gateway listens for in-call tones and relays them to the peer according to the negotiated method. This document from Karan Moudgil will cover generic steps to follow for troubleshooting DTMF relay over MGCP on an IP-TDM gateway. > Find out more
New Cisco Product Documentation Available Online
Check the October release for information about the latest documentation releases for Cisco products including Cisco IOS Release 15.1(2)SY, Cisco Nexus 7000 Series, and Cisco Prime. View the latest release of "What's New in Cisco Product Documentation" online or as an RSS feed today.
My Top Three Fav Cisco Features - by Jimmy Ray Purser
This is a blog of my three favorite Cisco features that only Cisco has and is a great reason to buy Cisco besides the neat-o blue console cables. Can you guess?
(Tune in next month for Part 2: The Three Cisco Features That Make Me Cuss Like a Sailor by Jimmy Ray Purser USN/HD.)
Take Your Cisco Certification to the Next Level
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How To Guide: Top Ways to Optimize Your Contact Center Investment
Improve overall customer experience by learning what to do (and what not do) when transforming your contact centers
Evolution of CCIE Voice Certification to CCIE Collaboration Certification Update
Learning@Cisco reveals the migration paths that CCIE Voice certification holders can take to: 1) keep their existing CCIE Voice certification, 2) attain a CCIE Collaboration certification, or 3) attain both a CCIE Voice certification and a CCIE Collaboration certification.
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The new Software Research application is designed to take the complexity out of selecting the right software for a growing list of supported products
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