In one of my past posts, I mentioned about the Scrutinizer netflow analyzer, still I am testing some more netflow analyzers . Manage Engine recently released the latest version of its Manage Engine Netflow Analyzer 7.5.
So I though let me try the demo version of Manage Engine Netflow Analyzer 7.5, the new version features a customizable administrator dashboards allows an IT administrator to monitor the critical parts of the network infrastructure.
The new Manage Engine Netflow Analyzer 7.5 ‘s Site-to-Site traffic monitoring capability helps businesses track network traffic patterns between separate physical locations, ensuring business-critical applications have the right amount of bandwidth allocated for maximum performance. This level of understanding is vital for the day-to-day performance of existing applications, as well as for planning infrastructure growth. It is also key to IT departments that chargeback business units for the volume of network traffic generated, and for service providers who bill customers based on volume and speed.
Some of the features of Manage Engine Netflow Analyzer 7.5 are as follows
The Manage Engine Netflow Analyzer 7.5 is worth trying the demo version for 30 days. The good thing about the Manage Engine Netflow Analyzer 7.5 is the enhanced reporting tool, customizable dash board and ease to manage and install.
Recently we purchased plenty of Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Points, unfortunately we don’t have any Wireless LAN controllers to manage the Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Points. Previously we were using HP Procurve 503 and 420 access points with multiple SSIDs with different VLANS, which was quite simple and easy to manage.
Whereas with the Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Points, configuring multiple SSIDs was an uphill task. As there was no proper documentation or configuration scenarios available particularly for Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Points in the Cisco Web Site. I did some research and tried few things and finally managed to configure the Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Points, with multiple SSIDs. In my next post I will come up the scenario and sample configuration which can be used to create multiple SSIDs in a Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Point.
Cisco Press author Brandon Carroll is offering a CCNA Wireless Intro Webinar Aug of August 2009, the details of the Webinar is as follows, it’s good for the individuals who are aiming at CCNA Wireless Certification (IUWNE 640-721).
Topic: Guide to CCNA Wireless Certification
11:30 am, Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
Duration: 30 minutes
Presenters: Ascolta 2
Description: This webinar provides information on other resources recommended for CCNA Wireless study as well as a look at what one can expect if taking a self-study path, a self-study path with some practice using production equipment, or an instructor-led course with dedicated lab equipment.
Who Should Attend: Those beginning the CCNA Wireless or considering the CCNA Wireless Certification track would benefit from attending as well as those that want a look at the technical content in the IUWNE v1.0 course.
Instructor Name: Brandon Carroll
Host’s name: Ascolta 2
Starting 3rd of August, 2009, Cisco Systems is giving away 15 Flip Video Camcorders on twitter. The Flip Video Camcorders could be yours by following the three simple steps.
Every business day for 3 weeks, Cisco will ask a different question from http://www.twitter.com/DigitalCribs about the new Digital Cribs webisodes featuring Paul Van Dyk, Graham Hill, and Martha Lane Fox. Watch the videos, tweet the answer to the daily question, and follow @DigitalCribs to find out if The Flip is yours!
To enter the contest, tweet the correct answer via @reply and include the hashtag #DigitalCribs.
Cisco will randomly choose one winner per day to win a new Flip VideoTM camcorder. Winners will be listed there and announced via our Twitter account, @DigitalCribs, every day before they post the next question.
According to the Cisco 2009 Midyear Security Report , the Conficker worm is still active and affecting thousands of Systems daily. Just to recap the Conficker worm began infecting the Systems in late 2008 and still an active worm.
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Cisco Systems released the Cisco 2009 Midyear Security Report on 14th of July 2009 and the report highlights some of the most common technical and business strategies that Internet criminals used to breach corporate networks compromise Web sites and steal personnel information.
The highlights of the Cisco 2009 Midyear Security Report is as follows
- The Conficker worm, which began infecting computer systems late last year by exploiting a Windows operating system vulnerability, continues to spread. Several million computer systems were under Conficker’s control as of June 2009.
- Online criminals are up on current events and making the most of them. After the outbreak of H1N1 influenza (“swine flu”) in April, cybercriminals quickly blanketed the Web with spam that advertised preventive drugs and linked to fake pharmacies. Cybercriminals will often seize on major news events to launch this type of attack. While many spammers continue to operate with extremely high volumes, some are opting for lower-volume but more frequent attacks in an effort to remain under the radar.
- President Barack Obama has made strengthening U.S. cybersecurity a high priority for his administration and looks to work with the international community and the private sector to leverage technology innovations to reduce cybercrime. This focus is expected to have a significant positive impact for the industry in the coming months. John N. Stewart, Cisco’s chief security officer and a contributor to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) report for the Obama administration, provided additional insight in a recent blog and video blog post.
If you want to reset the Cisco Aironet 1250 Access Point to factory default settings you have to use “Write erase or erase/all nvram” command, these commands resets the Cisco Aironet 1250 Access Point to factory default settings except the static IP Configured. This feature is really helpful if you reset the Cisco Aironet 1250 Access Point accidentally. Still you will have an option to access Cisco Aironet 1250 Access Point using a web browser interface.
Mindful thinking from Cisco.
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If you are preparing for the CCNA 640-802 Certification exam and you are not willing to invest on hardware to setup you own lab, then the CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator released recently by Cisco Press is the right Simulator for you.
The CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator is a state of the art, interactive simulation software, which allows you to practice your networking skills with more than 250 labs, specifically designed strengthen CCNA and CCENT exam topics, including router and switch navigation and administration, LAN switching, IP addressing, routing, WANs, Spanning Tree Protocols, VLANs and trunking, IP routing protocols, scaling IP, and troubleshooting.
The CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator will surely allow you to discover the realistic network device response as you work through each of the labs developed by the bestselling author and an expert instructor Wendell Odom.
Whenever we buy anything either it might be a small thing or huge buch of servers, we always think of support. Yes support matters a lot, especially after buying any piece of software, study guide or a simulator. When Cisco Press released the CCENT 640-822 Network Simulator, I purchased the Simulator to test and see what Cisco Press is offering in this simulator, which was amazing and in fact I wrote a review as well in my ITKE blog.
Recently Cisco Press released the CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator, when I purchased the CCENT 640-822 Network Simulator there was an offer , so I was entitled for a free upgrade of the CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator. When Cisco Press released the CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator I was thinking of upgrade but the CCENT 640-822 Network Simulator was corrupted in my laptop and I was not able to activate the product. Immediately I contacted the Cisco Press Support and my problem was solved in matter of hours, which was really amazing.
My past experience with other vendors was not as great as of Cisco Press Support. Which proved to be vital for the Certification aspirers, as time matters? Without proper support we can suffer a lot.
Dear folks as you all know on 15th of July 2009, Cisco Systems along APC by Schneider Electric, EMC, Emerson Network Power, NetApp, Oracle, Panduit, and VMware conducted a live virtual event “Data Center of the future”
The event was a great success, I never imagined a virtual event of this standard and the presentations were simply amazing. The interaction was amazing and I was zapped by the virtual environment. For a moment I felt as if I am in the auditorium physically. I really enjoyed each and every presentation.
As I am leaving in the other part of the World time was the major constrain for me. I did miss few presentations, but now I have an opportunity to watch them offline. As Cisco Systems along with its event partners are allowing us to access on demand presentations. If you have missed this event no worries, you have one more opportunity to access the content on demand. You can download the slides as well. Wow.
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