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New Mobile Router from Vodafone, Linksys and Cisco

Vodafone, Linksys and Cisco Systems have launched the new 3G/UMTS Router tuesday, which provides mobile data connectivity at high speeds.

Cisco IOS Flaw Is Exploitable

Security firm Symantec believes the widespread use of Cisco devices will be an irresistible target to malicious hackers.

Cisco IOS Software Modularity to Increase Network Availability

In an effort to help IT Managers boost network uptime and efficiency, Cisco has announced that it has made some Internetwork Operating System (IOS)- based software advances for its Catalyst 6500 switches.

Intel and Cisco Plan To Better Wi-Fi and VoIP

At Intel’s Developer Forum in San Francisco last week, it was announced that Intel and Cisco have entered a new partnership dealing with the improvement of Wi-Fi security and roaming and VOIP support.

Intel and Cisco Aim to Improve Wi-Fi and VOIP

At Intel’s Developer Forum in San Francisco, the company announced that it has entered a new partnership with Cisco, in which the companies will work to improve Wi-Fi security and roaming and VOIP support.

Cisco Web Site Attacked And Cracked

A report on Silicon.com today claims the Cisco web site was compromised, requiring users to change their passwords.

Cisco Uploads Motivation 1.0 To Black Hat Community

Incensed by the networking company’s hostile treatment of former ISS researcher Michael Lynn, several hackers now seek to find new flaws in Cisco’s software.

Cisco Reaches Accord With Security Researcher

Former ISS employee Michael Lynn has agreed to terms with Cisco that will end its suit against him.

Cisco, ISS File Suit To Silence Researcher

The networking giant claims its intellectual property rights will be violated by further discussion of flaws in its IOS software.

Cisco Is Spending Cash On Sheer Networks

The deal will be worth $97 million USD in cash and assumed options as the networking company adds a privately held San Jose company.


When you start your CCNA studies, a lot of questions come to mind! Here are the five most common questions CCNA candidates have, answered by Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933.

Cisco Snatches Sheer Networks for $97 Million

Networking mammoth Cisco Systems announced the purchase of Sheer Networks based in San Jose, California. The $97 million deal will add Sheer’s intelligent network and service management products to Cisco’s already vast services.

Your Path To The CCNA
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Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to pursue your Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. Whether you’re just getting started, or you’ve been reading and working on the certification already, you’ll be glad to know that you are already 90% of the way there.

Cisco Networking Becomes Application Oriented

By embedding technology in the network, Cisco says it can provide secure application communication.

Cisco Orients The Application Network

New technology from the networking company promises faster, smarter, and more secure computer networks.

Cisco Certification: Becoming A Truly Valuable CCNA

I’ve been active in the Cisco Certification track for four years, working my way from the CCNA to the coveted Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert title, and during that time I’ve conducted job interviews and casual conversations with hundreds of CCNAs and CCNA candidates.

Cisco Takes On DDoS With New Protection Solution

The ubiquitous networking company makes an announcement at Chicago’s Supercomm 2005 Convention today about stopping Distributed Denial of Service attacks.

Yahoo, Cisco, Provide DomainKeys To Safe E-mail

The two tech companies have decided to join efforts and combine their e-mail authentication projects.

Yahoo, Cisco Deliver Certified E-mail

The two technology companies have collaborated on joining their respective e-mail authentication solutions.

Cisco CCNA Certification: The Joy Of Hex

Cisco certification candidates, particularly CCNA candidates, must master binary math. This includes basic conversions, such as binary-to-decimal and decimal-to-binary, as well as more advanced scenarios involving subnetting and VLSM.

Racing With Cisco

The Red Bull Cheever Racing will be using wireless and Voice over IP (VoIP) technology from Cisco Systems at the 89th annual Indianapolis 500.