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Happy New Year LookingPoint blog readers. In this quick post I wanted to share with you all a quick tip that I use for all my changes on Cisco equipment running IOS/IOS-XE software.

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With the world of remote work continuing to evolve into more of a standard workflow, it is becoming more and more important to secure your company’s data, while still providing access to employees to allow for work. Cisco continues to lead the way with VPN technology and providing solutions to meet the needs of business. Like many blogs out there already, AnyConnect is no new thing and...

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Many organizations are rolling out Microsoft Teams for their employee’s main collaboration client software. MS Teams is easy to use and offers many business features for individuals and groups to collaborate. Microsoft is also replacing the Skype for Business application with the Microsoft Teams client, which has accelerated company’s migration to MS Teams. However, one area that can be a bit...

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RIP VIRL, long live CML! 

For its latest network simulation platform release, Cisco has decided to rename VIRL (Virtual Internet Routing Labs) to CML-P (Cisco Modeling Labs - Personal) instead of VIRL 2.0.  For lots of good reasons, but probably the best being not wanting to be associated with the global pandemic.  The CML product has and continues to be the enterprise version of the platform,...

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May 20
FTD FlexConfig
Posted by Rick Wong

With the FTDs being managed by FMC everything is now configured via GUI. There is no longer the option of configuring via CLI like the ASAs. You can still access the CLI but Cisco does not officially support configuration using the CLI. Obviously, there are pros and cons to this. You no long need to remember syntax and which command does what. You just need to know how to navigate the GUI menus...

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Today we're talking about some of Cisco’s Webex fundamentals, like what happens once you've joined a meeting and some key functionality that you need to know in order to make you more effective in your Webex Meetings.

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Hello all! Today we will be talking about Mobility Anchoring with Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC). While this concept has been around for a while, and is commonly used for guest networks, I have used it for several other reasons. But first let’s go over the premise of mobility anchoring.

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We're talking about the Cisco WebEx share, the Cisco WebEx share enables you to share content to any display that has an HDMI port. In order to use the HDMI port you will need the WebEx teams application.

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How to Setup Anyconnect Remote Access VPN w/ Cisco FMC and FTD Firewalls, utilizing ISE & Duo 2FA for authentication and authorization, that’s a mouthful, isn’t it? For those who aren’t sure what I’m talking about, the goal of this blog is to pass along what I learned getting Anyconnect remote access VPN working with ISE and Duo 2FA for...

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Oct 2

Today we're talking about Cisco's Webex. We are going to show you how you can save time and improve your overall experience. Essentially, making Webex your best friend!

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