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CTS 184: Cisco @ Mobility Field Day 4

Cisco decided to join the party and also present something at Mobility Field Day 4 this year. They talked about their new wireless Catalyst line of product, IoT and OpenRoaming. If you want to catch back with the presentations and watch them, here are the links you need: Cisco Catalyst Access Expansion to Wireless: https://vimeo.com/353900415…

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CTS 181: Cisco Catalyst 9800-CL Setup

Rowell’s post: https://rowelldionicio.com/deploying-cisco-catalyst-9800-controller-on-vmware-esxi/ François’s post: https://www.semfionetworks.com/blog/setup-cisco-catalyst-9800-controller-on-your-laptop Cisco introduced the new Catalyst 9800 Wireless LAN Controller: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/wireless/catalyst-9800-series-wireless-controllers/index.html One of the main new features was the fact that they released a cloud version (escentially a VM) that you could install pretty much anywhere you want: On a private Cloud On a public Cloud (AWS) Locally on a…

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CTS 180: Our Expectations for Mobility Field Day 4

Mobility Field Day offers the opportunity for vendors to present what they have been working on in front of a group of talented delegates. It usually generates really good conversations and interactions. This year, Mobility Field Day will be taking place in Silicon Valley from August 14th to August 16th . The event is organized…

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CTS 177: Wi-Fi 6 with Fred Niehaus

This episode was recorded at the Podcast Domain for Cisco Live 2019 in San Diego. In attendance is Rowell Dionicio, François Vergès, Gurpreet Singh, and Fred Niehaus. Fred has been with Cisco since 2000. Since 1993 Fred has been doing wireless. Gurpreet works for a VAR in Canada with all aspects of warehouses. Wi-Fi 5…

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CTS 176: Cisco Wireless Certifications, Revamped

Things are evolving again at Cisco. This time with the certifications. Cisco is further driving the Intent-based networking model into certifications. There’s the need to drive multi-domain policy, introduce APIs and programmability. It could change the way we do things every day. Infrastructure engineers are becoming software developers? Maybe not completely but there are those…

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