During our recent Optical Back-To-School Webinar Series , we asked attendees to share what their top priority is for nex-gen DCI solutions. The top choice was: maximize capacity. What is your top priority? Cast your vote.
Here are highlights of what happened around the community last week.
Hello and Welcome
We're glad you're all here and look forward to hearing from you! Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?
Popular and Noteworthy
Our most popular answered questions based on your views last week were the following:
- Trunk port Configuration
- Mac address Lookup
- This is a question concerning Trap Events generated via 'port disable/port enable' on port 3/1 of a 4-port LAG on a CN5150.
- Differences between virtual-circuit and virtual-switch?
- When configuring traffic profiling, what formula do you use to calculate PIR, CBS,and EBS?
- how to configure q-in-q (802.1ad)?
- CIENA LE 311V
Other events, discussions, polls and resources you may want to check out include:
- What is your top priority for nex-gen DCI solutions?
- What challenges have you overcome when implementing DCI?
- I Love Acronyms: RG
- CES Getting Started Tips
- This Week I Learned: October 20th
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Yalcin Aki, Juan Pablo Arias, Jalel Bouachir, Edward Brock, Shannon Champion, Joel Davis, Scott Densmore, Christian Dertina, Tom Engels, Igor Gershuny, Cristian Goedhart, Marie-Christine Guichard, Patrick Hentze, Desmond Ho, Janardhan K, Md. Shefaul Karim, Isaac Kim, Werner Kuschke, Paul Littlewood, Gregory Lloyd, William McGuire, Marty Messano, Samer Mestom, Thomas Mika, Joe Nava, Robert Neupert, Neil Nighbert, Michael Ososke, Juri Pfeifer, Dave Rowland, Cory Sawyer, Gennady Stasev, Stepan Terentev, John Tinney, Rick Trujillo, Jan Willem Van den Berg, Mark Vreeland, Joost Witlox, and Takuya Yagyu.
Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.
October 23rd is iPod Day, a day to celebrate the introduction of the iPod and how it changed how we listen to and purchase music. A few ways to celebrate include: pulling out your older devices and comparing designs, playing albums and songs you listened to on the first iPod, and upgrading to the newest version (including iPhone and iPad here ).
Did You Know
On October 23, 2001 that the iPod was introduced. The iPod featured a 5GB hard drive, FireWire connectivity, and synchronization to iTunes. The iPod was much smaller than competing MP3 players, and of course, portable CD players. Starting at $399, the iPod provided an opportunity to compile an entire collection in one place and have 1,000 songs available at a touch of a button.
Have a great week and keep networking!