Architectures & Products - Switching
Cisco delivers a wide portfolio of switching solutions for Enterprise Networks, data centers, and smaller businesses.
The campus switching portfolio includes:
Core & Distribution Layer:
These sessions discuss Cisco's Campus Switching architecutres, products, and solutions that addresses the design and deployment best practices recommended to follow in the Campus Wired LAN Technology.
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In this session we will review the latest evolution within the Cisco Catalyst 2K/3K/4K/6K switching product portfolio. We will discuss with you how these new capabilities enable the next generation of campus switching technologies.
This session will cover the platform architecture of the Cisco Catalyst 3850 and 3650.
This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the new Cisco Catalyst 6800 Series switches. It begins with an architectural overview of the Supervisor 2T, along with 6700, 6800 & 6900 Series switching modules, and the new C6807-XL & C6880-X chassis.
This session will begin with an overview of the Cisco Instant Access deployment model followed by an examination of actual customer deployments.
The session is for network designers and senior network operation engineers who have or are considering deploying Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series Switches in enterprise networks. At least a basic knowledge of routing protocols as well as traditional campus design is recommended.
This session discusses LAN design and deployment best practices covered in the Campus Wired LAN Technology Design Guide - a Cisco Validated Design (CVD).
This session is targeted to Network Managers, Architects and Administrators.
This session features best practices for deploying the Cisco Multilayer Campus Model with an emphasis on high availability. It focuses on the technology alternatives related to an enterprise campus network.