Today’s blog post is in a different format than our normal articles. This past month, there has been as a great information sharing campaign on Twitter that was created by Arielle Hale (@WhutTheHale) called #30DaysofThreads. The purpose of this campaign is to get folks to share in-depth and key insights about topics they are familiar or passionate about. This inspired us at J.B.C. to put together an information-sharing campaign called #30DaysofCisco.
Each day we have provided some interesting and useful tips and tricks for network administrators or engineers. Our goal has been to share information that helps them navigate the ever-changing world of Cisco configurations. Today’s post is the first half of a collection of 30 unique and useful Cisco Cyber&Sight™ Network Knowledge tips and tricks.
VLAN Management on Trunks
Simplify Interface Troubleshooting
Optimize Searching Logs
Increase Your Throughput
Search with Context
Log Your ACL’s
Identify Configuration File Differences
Who’s in my Device?
Separation of Duties
Network Knowledge Wrap Up
So far we’ve covered some useful commands like improved search options, security practices, and configuration optimization. In the second half of this collection, we will share additional tips and tricks that were posted on our #30DaysofCisco Twitter campaign.
Again, a special shout-out goes out to Arielle Hale (@WhutTheHale). Check out her website and sign up for her email list. She shares amazing information that relates to business and marketing development.
Find out more about J.B.C.’s Cyber&Sight™ blog here.