We're trying to decide whether to replace our core network with stackable Juniper 4200 switches or Cisco 3750 switches. There's a lot to like about the Juniper OS as well as their GUI switch management software. Plus it seems that these devices are high quality and a good fit for us. On the other hand, Cisco is the big boy with a long track record and very high quality devices.
I'd like to hear from experts who have considered both of these companies, no matter which you selected, and I'd like to know why you chose one over the other. Looking for real world experience and not just links to Cisco or Juniper propaganda.
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I see many questions here on Experts Exchange regarding switch port configurations and trunks. This article is meant for beginners in the subject to help to get basic knowledge about Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vir…
This tutorial will go through the steps required to write a script that will back up the configuration settings of a HP-ProCurve switch.
You will need to get the following things to follow this tutorial:
Telnet Scripting Tool e.g. TST10.exe
This Micro Tutorial will give you a basic overview how to record your screen with Microsoft Expression Encoder. This program is still free and open for the public to download.
This will be demonstrated using Microsoft Expression Encoder 4.
A short tutorial showing how to set up an email signature in Outlook on the Web (previously known as OWA).
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