So I am in the lucky position that in the past few weeks I’ve been working with the DNA-Center solution in different ways in a primarily automation focused project. One of the new philosophies of the Cisco DNA-C BU is to deliver updates more frequently and in a micro-update based strategy. E.g. if a package has a bug, only that package can be updated, on the fly. So DNA-Center needs to have a connection to the Internet. And it’s time to share my experiences. Continue reading “Updating DNA-Center experiences”
This time I’m writing a more personal blog post.
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In a previous blog post I explained that Intent Based Networking not only intoduces new technology but that it also requires change in the way we operate network infrastructures. And that it is in fact a journey, but how do you get started on that journey? With your existing network infrastructure? It’s impossible to throw away every piece of equiment and design and start greenfield.
Although I primarily prepared this blog in advance, last week I presented my session at Cisco Live Barcelona in which I presented three tips to start your journey on Intent Based Networking. In this post I would like to provide a bit more thought about why software defined access is needed and what it is gonna entail for every organisation. Continue reading “Intent Based Networking is a journey”
My wireless network has been based on a WLC2504 controller with two 2602 AP’s. The network has been running quite well, with of course the caveats that came with the different WLC releases. With the maturity of Mobility Express (ME), the need for a dedicated controller for such as small sized wireless network has basically become obsolete as one of the AP’s becomes the master controller in the network. I was able to acquire 2 1852 AP’s with ME, time to upgrade my wireless network to 802.11ac with ME..
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