ActionPacked! Networks Blog - All Things QoS
LiveAction was awarded Cisco’s Application Visibility and Control (AVC) Interoperability Verification Testing (IVT) compatibility certification making it the very first network management tool honored with this distinction by Cisco. We here at ActionPacked! are extremely proud of this recognition.
There are many reasons to do an audit of QoS on your network system.
They all provide synergy in helping to manage our networks.
For those of you who are not familiar with Cisco NBAR (network based application recognition), NBAR is part of the IOS feature set.
After such a great response to our first LiveAction vs. CLI Face-off video, we are thrilled to announce our second installment of the series.
Cisco supports something called Hierarchical Queuing Framework (HQF) which allows you to create hierarchy of policies to do very interesting things.
Last week, we proudly announced that LiveAction successfully completed interoperability verification and testing for the Cisco® Media Services Interface (MSI) management Cisco® Developer Network (CDN) program, making ActionPacked! Networks the first management partner to support MSI’s REST-based management interface version 3.1.
Here's another LiveAction LAN use case scenario that we think would be really helpful. In this scenario, we are trying to identify a misconfigured trunk port.
Now that we've taken some time in previous blogs to explore the LiveAction LAN features, we thought it might be helpful to see those features from a use case scenario perspective. In this scenario, we are trying to locate a device using the LiveAction Flow and LAN capabilities.
Adding to our earlier LAN features installment on visualization of VLAN configurations between devices, here are a few other LiveAction benefits that will help get you on your way!