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 Today we will be a looking at a debug tool inside LogicMonitor, that I use pretty frequently and has saved me time when troubleshooting alerts on my devices. At a high level, LogicMonitor is an onboarding platform that allows Managed Service Providers the ability to monitor and gain full visibility of their customer’s environments. Let’s take a look at this handy tool!

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Hey there LookingPoint faithful’s! I hope you are all doing well and continuing to stay safe. Today I wanted to drop a quick how to on how to Whitelist IP addresses in Cisco’s FMC. So, without further of do, lets get to work!

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Data backup is a must in any organization big or small. Having backups in multiple remote locations means peace of mind to an admin, because he or she can rest assured their data is stored in a safe place should something catastrophic happen. Today we will be looking at how to configure remote backups for FMC, assuming you already have your remote storage location setup. Cisco best practice is to...

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Hello world! Today I bring you a short, but informative nugget on how to successfully implement SNMP on your Cisco Firepower Management Center (FMC). SNMP, at a very high level, is a UDP based protocol, using port 161, that is used to monitor communication between Network devices. This protocol is extremely helpful for Network Admins, as it not only gives you visibility of the traffic going...

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Feb 3
CiscoEoL
Posted by William Panameno

Hey there faithful, LookingPoint blog reader! I hope you’re New Year is off to a great start and you’re ready for another year of great blogs!

Today we will be going over a quick and easy to use tool created by Cisco, for you’re Webex Teams environment. The tool is actually a bot called “CiscoEoL”, or End of Life. One of my colleagues recently introduced me to it and I haven’t put it down since....

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What an exciting time to be a Network Engineer! As technology grows at a rapid pace, our industry is demanding our skill sets grow along with it as well, at the same speed. The problem is, there is SO much going on, it can be overwhelming. The traditional job of a Network Engineer as we know it, is switching gears and beginning to intertwine with the DevOps world. In a world where we need things...

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Crazy times we’re currently living in huh? For some, what once was merely a dream, working from home, has become a reality. Maybe not the way they envisioned it happening but hey, it happened! Fortunately, technology nowadays gives us unimaginable bandwidth and allows us to adapt seamlessly in times like this, without skipping a beat.

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