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Show 8 — Something on the Light Side — Part 1

We cover a number of shorter stories this week and chat around various topics:

  • Supply problems on Cisco hardware causing delays with projects
  • overview of videoconferencing still not working well
  • Cisco IOS Licensing and issues around feature identification
  • The value of Emulators such as Dynamips in corporate networks for change control, feature testing and proof of concept
  • Where Huawei doesn’t work well and the discussion on the NSP mailing list. Leading to how some equipment isn’t as good as it looks on paper.
  • And we wrapped with a discussion on whether we were nerds when growing up and what our children will be like — geek or not ?

We had some sound quality problems which I’ve tried to edit around. I’m on holidays this week, so don’t have enough time to check the edit. Please be nice if it’s not totally OK. Look for Part 2 to publish later in the week.

Links from the Show

Jeremy Stretch can be found his excellent blog and his
http://twitter.com/packetlife”>Twitter is here

Amy Arnold can be found on Twitter with large helpings on snarky comment.

Aaron Conway on Cisco Exam questions quality.
Licensing Q&A Cisco.com

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Greg Ferro

Greg Ferro is the co-host of Packet Pushers. After surviving 25 years in Enterprise IT with only minor damage, he uses his networking expertise for good in the service of others by deep diving on technology and industry. His unique role as an inspirational cynicist brings a sense of fun, practicality and sheer talent to world of data networking and its place in a world of clouds.

He blogs regularly at http://etherealmind.com and the podcasts are at http://packetpushers.net.

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