So yes, that is a V as in Virtual! Finally, IOS XRv has been released – and on the latest IOS-XR code, 5.1.1!
So a few things about IOS XRv – first of all, it is a 32–bit softwrae version running on the QNX microkernel. The VM contains a single RP and a some LC Interfaces.
The demo version of the software is FREE for users, has AAA hard-coded users in it, and is rate-limited to 2 Mbps. There is also a Simulation Image available and has no hard-coded users and is rate-limited to 50 Mbps. Finally there is a Production Image that has no hard-coded users and no rate-limit.
WOW! That is what I have to say about what Social Media has become at Cisco Live US. A few years ago – back in good ole 2011 – we started our “tweet up” at a paltry table in Las Vegas and nicknamed it “Tom’s Corner.” Why Tom’s Corner – because Tom (@networkingnerd) was always there it seemed like! It quickly became the place where all of us on Social Media would meet-up after sessions, between sessions, or just wanted to chill out.
Wow, Cisco Live 2014 is only a few months away – where has the time gone since last year’s Cisco Live!
So, in case you have not figured it out by the title and the picture, Cisco Live is in San Francisco, CA this year and being held at the Moscone Center. The last time Cisco Live was in San Francisco was 2009 for the 20th anniversary. I think that it is kind of fitting for it to be back there for its Silver Anniversary. So, what memories of Cisco Live 2009 do I have to share with you that will make Cisco Live 2014 great – let me think.