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1. 2700 vs 2800: Should You Stay or Should You Go?

The Clash asked the question in their 80s classic, Should I stay or should I go? How often do we ask ourselves that same questions when it comes to wireless equipment? Upgrade? Stick it out? Let me ask you this, Clash vocalist Joe Strummer, if I should go then how far should that be? In Cisco wireless, we have options. N, AC, Waves, Antennae, Multigig. Which way is the right way?

Well that really depends on you. Rather than boil this down to AC wave 1 versus wave 2, let’s talk more about the Cisco 2702 versus the 2802. Certainly wave 1 and wave 2 come into the argument but let’s talk specs.

Tags: Cisco 2800, Cisco 2700, Cisco Switches, Switches, Cisco, Upgrade, The Clash
2. Clear your mind of sticker shock

I had a customer ask for pricing on a high-end router recently. The sticker shock threw them into a panic. Have you ever been here? You’re looking for reliable network hardware equipment, but the price resembles your house payment. Now is the time to take a step back and evaluate what your true needs are.

Tags: Cisco routers, Cisco, buy network hardware, network hardware, networking
3. Powerful and Versatile and Dependable – Oh My!

For those of you that have purchased Cisco Catalyst 6500s, you know how powerful, versatile and dependable they are. But there’s yet another reason to be happy about your purchase; you don’t have to ditch an expensive chassis system when Cisco lists it as end of sale (EoS). Cisco has created a path forward to their 6807 chassis!

Tags: Cisco 6500 Series, Cisco 6500, Cisco
4. What is Cisco Multigigabit and Why Should I Care?

The main benefit to Multigigabit is that it’s for switches that have the latest/greatest 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless APs connected to them. The term refers to a port’s ability to connect to devices (like APs) that require more than 1 gig of throughput. If you really want to get technical, the speeds supported by Cisco’s Multigigabit ports are 100 Mbps, 1 Gbps, 2.5 Gbps, and 5 Gbps on Cat5e cable, and up to 10 Gbps over Cat6a cabling.

Tags: Cisco wireless, Cisco
5. 5 factors to consider when deciding between the Cisco Catalyst 6500 and 6800 Series

Are you trying to decide between the Cisco Catalyst 6500 and 6800 chassis systems? There are many factors to consider, but don’t go down the rabbit hole and get lost in minutiae. Here are the major factors to consider up front.

Tags: Cisco, Cisco 6500, Cisco Chassis, Cisco 6500 Series, Cisco 6800 Series
6. Is the Cisco 3850 Switch Feature Set Right For You?

Do you need any of the following features? If you answered “no” or “I don’t know” to the above, you are in the majority. Most networks don’t need those features.

Tags: Cisco, Cisco 3850, Cisco Catalyst
7. Cisco 3850 Wireless Capabilities

In this video Nate, one of our Cisco Product Engineers, talks about wireless capabilities of the Cisco Catalyst 3850 switch. Watch and learn in this brief and insightful video.

Tags: Cisco, Cisco wireless, wireless networking
8. Have We Seen the End of the Cisco 7900 Series Business Phone?

The history of the 7900 series phones is pretty long for a Cisco product line. The phones were introduced in the early 2000’s when Cisco first entered the VoIP Market.

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9. Have We Seen the End of the Cisco 7900 Series Business Phone?

The history of the 7900 series phones is pretty long for a Cisco product line. The phones were introduced in the early 2000’s when Cisco first entered the VoIP Market.

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10. Have We Seen the End of the Cisco 7900 Series Business Phone?

The history of the 7900 series phones is pretty long for a Cisco product line. The phones were introduced in the early 2000’s when Cisco first entered the VoIP Market.

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