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Entries Tagged as 'MPLS'

Passed CCDE written and Recertified my CCIE – Killed two birds with one stone

June 16th, 2008 · 5 Comments · CCDE, CCIE, CISCO, consulting, MPLS, Technology

Today was a good day, I knocked two major items of my todo list. The first, was passing the CCDE written. This is the first step towards sitting for a practical examination that will hopefully be released this October. And, in response to Micheal Morris’s blog post – Yes Mike, I can pass the CCDE [...]

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Link Round Up – L2TPv3 FCOE Trill Wounded Warriors

May 28th, 2008 · 4 Comments · CCIE, certification, CISCO, DC3.0, FCOE, Fibre Channel Over Ethernet, Green Data Center, MPLS, Nexus 7000, NX-OS, Technology

I come accross alot of very interesting material each week, only some of which I write about. These are some links that I found interesting this week. 1. Layer 2 Tunneling Protcol (V3) static and hairpin configuration example – my buddy Rick was nerding it out in the lab and sent a great configuration doc [...]

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Cisco is using Linux virtualization and 40 core CPU’s for its next generation routers

March 10th, 2008 · 1 Comment · ASR1000, CCIE, CISCO, IOS-EX, IOS-XE, linux, MPLS

Cisco recently released a new series of router called the Aggregation Services Router, or ASR for short. This series of routers is mainly targeted at the service provider market, where it is targeted as a single chassis solution for what is called the “triple play” – Voice, Video, and Data. More accurately it can be [...]

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