In April 2003, Cisco announced the Catalyst 3750 as a new product family. The Catalyst 3750 provides Cisco’s first high density gigabit Ethernet over copper switch in a fixed chassis, providing up to 24 x 10/100/1000BASE-T ports + 4 x…
How to Configure A Cisco Switch?

When executing an inter-network installation, many mechanisms and components are usually involved. Cisco is superior because it is the only inter-networking company with a well made end to end inter-networking solution. Cisco switches makes the LAN more competent by creating…
Why Should We Care about Cisco 3560-E Series Switches?

Demands on IT infrastructure are changing. Improving network efficiency and articulating the clear value network infrastructure brings to your business have never been more important. The Cisco Catalyst 3560-E Series access and aggregation switches offer networking solutions that can expand…
Cisco Switches: List of Main Features and Types

Secure, Reliable, Seamless. Cisco switches scale to meet the needs of networks of all sizes. Cisco switches deliver high performance, secure, scalable solutions to meet the needs of small businesses, multi-site enterprises, data centers, or Service… From core to edge,…

Tried and true isn’t a descriptor awarded lightly. It’s earned only after emerging battle-hardened from the front lines. It doesn’t matter if you’re the only survivor of the super-soldier program, or the flagship switch in the armada that is Cisco…
How to Configure a Cisco 3750?

Cisco Catalyst 3750 is a wireless local area network (LAN) controller switch designed for use in commercial or other large-scale networks. It sports 24 Ethernet ports and supports connections to up to 25 wireless access points, enabling computers connected to…
Tragedy or Comedy, When Cisco Faces Juniper

Today, for business, satisfying and attracting customers is indispensable. That’s because customer requires better service and multifunctional products. Yet to meet customer’s need poses challenges. And the competition between counterparts is fierce. Because my work is related to Cisco, so…