Happy Monday, and welcome to a new week! Keep scrolling for your update of what's been going on in the community over the last week.
We invite you to join us in welcoming new members, celebrating those with one-year memberversaries, and joining the conversation with a new question, idea, like, comment, follow, or vote. Have a great week!
Hello and Welcome
Please join us in welcoming our newest members to the Ciena Community! Welcome: Chrissy Akers, Jose Alves, Hector Ayala, Frank Baek, Rick Barry, Andrew Behn, Aurelien Bruno, Austin Carr, MICHAEL COLEMAN, Bonar Damanik, Shane Edelman, Tom Eichhorn, Daniel Endries, Richard Felix, Ethan Gage, Steve Gore, Brad Johnson, Nicolas LEMONNIER, Yanshan Liu, Michael Morgan, Uy Nguyen, Manuel Patino, Damarcus Richards, Mauro Runga, Michael Sheppard, charlie shin, Gaurav Paras Shukla, Jack Simpson, Stepan Terentev, Alan Tody, and Eric Turney.
We're so glad to have you and would like to extend an invitation to share something about yourself and your favorite Ciena products, as well as learn more about other members of the community on our introduce yourself thread!
Popular and Noteworthy
The most popular questions based on your views:
- Exactly where can I find the MIC (Maintenance Interface Card) on the Ciena 6500 series?
- Command file keeps trying to upgrade software
- How can we measure 100gbe power level with 4 lanes laser,we can see high power and low power in Site manager
- After firmware Upgrade, 10G optic not unrecognized?
- Pin-out diagram for the db 25 craft cable
- CN4200 Password reset/recovery help
- OME 6110 HDE Cross-conexion Numbers Limitation
- When configuring traffic profiling, what formula do you use to calculate PIR, CBS,and EBS?
- where can get 11.1 version software for 6500 platform
- need list of commands for troubleshooting for deployed customer services.
Top Service Ideas with the most votes. (Must be a user of my.ciena.com to view, create, and vote on ideas.)
- The Power Finder
- Ciena Learning App
- Equipment Utilization
- Maintenance Impact Analysis
- Network Inventory
Don't forget to check out our Service Ideas themes too:
Submit an idea and receive 10 points to win the exclusive Service Ideas "I'm an idea person" t-shirt. Learn more.
Other noteworthy activity and content throughout the community.
- Share Your Experiences: Questions That Need Answers (July 5)
- This Week I Learned: July 6th
- I Love Acronyms: ZTP
- Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?
- 52 Weeks of Learning Leaderboard: Round Three
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Rhejee Arnasan, Bryan Balgobin, James Bond, Yhoel Vicente Chavez Alderete, Moshe Cohen, William Flanagan, Christopher Fox, Pedro Gonzalez, Alan Hoare, Paul Howard, timo hu, Jade Litcher, John Alfred Mackmaw, William Marantz, Jorge Merino, Mike Murphey, Mike Newman, scott paulsen, Stephane Rannou, Tarik Riley, Col. Sanders, Ji Shao, Paul John Vergara, and Leroy Williams.
Do what you love. Know your own bone; gnaw at it, bury it, unearth it, and gnaw it still.
Henry David Thoreau
Do you know what ZTP means in telecom?
Join us in kicking off round three of 52 Weeks of Learning where three more community members will have the opportunity to win a one-year subscription to the Ciena Learning Develop Series – more than 75 courses on Packet-Optical, Packet, and Software!
For more content and activities like this be sure to check out the 52 Weeks of Learning Homepage.
This Thursday, July 12th, is National Simplicity Day in remembrance of renowned author and transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau on the day of his birth back in 1817. Thoreau is most famously known for his book Walden, which reflects on living simply in natural surroundings. National Simplicity Day is everyone's opportunity to take a step back from their hectic lives and reflect on how we can simplify our day-to-day whether it be by de-cluttering, slowing things down, or tuning into nature. What can you do (or stop doing) to simplify your life?
Did You Know
37 years go, today, the infamous video game characters, Mario and Donkey Kong were born with the release of Nintendo's Donkey Kong arcade game. Unable to timely obtain a license to the character of Popeye, and trying to tap into the North American market, Nintendo created the pet-gorilla-gone-rogue story line to mimic the ongoing feud between Popeye and Bluto. Mario, the hero of the game, was originally dubbed "Jumpman" before being retroactively renamed due to the game's success, and his character has lived on to be one of the most iconic in video game history.
Have a great week and keep networking!