Lake Argyle – Sat and SSN

A quick install of Satellite Communications, using the Telsta iterra network and SSN (Silver Springs Networks) Access Points in remote WA. One of a few AP’s that have to be Sat connected due to there being no 3/4G. Nevertheless it worked as expected. These SSN AP’s operate on both 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz whichContinue reading “Lake Argyle – Sat and SSN”

Cisco ACI Fabric Forwarding summary

Here’s a great summary of the ACI packet flow in conjunction with Spine and Leaf, a good watch if you have played with any of this technology, in any way. Thank you Lilian Quan. Very helpful 🙂 ….and another good explanation, depending on the sex of your packet.  

Reset Cisco IP Phone(7962) to the Factory Default

Complete these steps: Unplug the power cable from the phone, and then plug in the cable again. The phone begins its power up cycle. Immediately press and hold# and while the Headset, Mute, and Speaker buttons begin to flash in sequence, release #. The line buttons flash in sequence in order to indicate that the phoneContinue reading “Reset Cisco IP Phone(7962) to the Factory Default”

Point-to-Multipoint on 2.4GHz

Reverting back to a 2.4GHz design proved to be the best solution, and I was able to verify that the Cisco-1532E AP’s suffer with a bug, in that when you enable sntp, after the device has been primed for use with 5GHz, it reverts back to it’s -UX domain. 😬 The outcome was great asContinue reading “Point-to-Multipoint on 2.4GHz”