Hello there, this is Harris Andrea. Today I have redirected my older blog Cisco-Tips.com to its new domain home which is the website you are viewing now (NetworksTraining.com). Please update your bookmarks accordingly. I have configured a permanent 301 domain redirect (using .htaccess file) for the whole cisco-tips.com website and I have moved the old database to a new one which is used by a fresh WordPress installation on the new domain. This means that every single page of my old site will be redirected to its corresponding page on the new domain. All content from the older domain will be preserved. If you click on a link in Google search results with domain www.cisco-tips.com/xyz, this will be redirected automatically to www.networkstraining.com/xyz.
OK, many of you might be wondering why I decided to change the domain name of a site which was embraced by so many professionals. Well, it has to do with trademark issues with Cisco. After reading a post from Jeremy Cioara at ciscoblog.com (read post here), he is forced by Cisco to close down his existing blog because the domain name includes the Trademarked name “Cisco” in it. Before receiving any letters from Cisco lawyers, I decided to move away from cisco-tips.com and get a more generic domain name. I Don’t want to face any legal issues with Cisco. Before calling me a coward, let me tell you that by violating Cisco’s Trademark policy, you are also violating their certification NDA agreement. I wouldn’t want to risk my certification status for a domain name right?
Well, the only thing that I promise you is that I will continue to update this new blog with fresh content related to IP Networking with focus on Cisco technologies. So keep visiting often !!
- Where to Buy Refurbished & Used Cisco Equipment (Switches, Routers etc)
- How to Configure IPv6 Address on Cisco Routers with Example
- The Basics and Application of Cisco Packet tracer – a Guide for Beginners
- Cisco VRF Lite Configuration Tutorial with Step-by-Step Example
- All about the Cisco Reload Command – How to Schedule a Cisco Reload