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New Blog Post! CTCOLLAB Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony and Video (Live Course)
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New Blog Post! CTCOLLAB Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony and Video (Live Course)
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New Blog Post! COLLAB350 Cisco Meeting Server Advanced (Live Course)
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New Blog Post! ACUCW1 Administering Cisco Unified Communications Workspace Part 1 (Live Course)
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New Blog Post! CAPPS Implementing Cisco Collaboration Applications (Live Course)
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New Blog Post! Out of IPv4 Addresses - CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), John Curran announced that North America is almost depleted of its available IPv4 address. It has been a well-known fact that eventually this event would happen and we would have to transition to IPv6, which has already been implemented in many businesses. The full transition from IPv4 to IPv6 will not be any time soon, but many changes are happening with Internet Service Providers. Knowledge of...
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New Blog Post! Strong Security Mode - With security on every IT individual’s mind, would it make sense to improve our collaboration endpoints as well? On Cisco’s TC software based endpoints, there is a setting that allows higher security to meet even DoD JITC regulations. It is called Strong Security Mode and this escalates us to meet these strict standards. This setting requires all users to change their password/PIN on their next sign in, excluding the admin account. The passwords that mu...
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New Blog Post! Benefits of TLS for SIP - Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) signaling can be used over 3 transport protocols to include UDP, TCP, and TLS. UDP can be used because it is lightweight and quick nature of “fire and forget” packets. On the other hand, it is susceptible to spoofing. TCP requires a three-way handshake that prevents this issue along with adding benefits of an open connection that is used in almost every major protocol. The issues with signaling over TCP however, is t...
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New Blog Post! Have you seen how Cisco Collaboration is Changing the Way We Work? - Check out this funny video that shows how Cisco still makes collaboration easier! For more information on training available for Cisco Collaboration, check out our courses at: https://borderless-learning.com/course-category/brands/cisco/
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