23 new articles in GTAC Knowledge on Thursday May 7, 2015


You may have heard about the GTAC Knowledge Base (GTAC KB) which was launched last month. We have been adding more content to the GTAC KB and this week has been a record breaker! We had a record night earlier this week with 21 new articles added to the GTAC KB. Well, yesterday we broke that record again - there were 23 new knowledge articles added to GTAC KB on Thursday May 07, 2015. Here is the list of these new articles:

New Articles are published in the GTAC Knowledge Base almost every day.

We were thinking that publishing the list of new articles here on the hub once a week might be useful. As you may have heard, our community manager Drew is working on reorganizing the categories here in the community and we could split up the list of new articles per each category if that would be more helpful

Would this be of interest to anyone? Please let us know what you think.

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There were some extra spaces in some of my URLS - I am correcting them now... All fixed now.
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I think this is a good idea!
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Having a weekly list of the new articles would be very useful.
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Buster Flynn wrote:

Having a weekly list of the new articles would be very useful.

I like this idea! It's certainly doable.
Let me see what I can do to make it happen.
Planning to try this out next week - stay tuned for details!
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Thomas, Ken wrote:

Planning to try this out next week - stay tuned for details!

Ken's going to start a weekly announcement of content posted to GTAC Knowledge. Just trying to give the community an idea of new content available from GTAC that week until we can automate this on the Support Portal. That's where we want to take this.

At any rate, here's what the team published last night:

1 How do I configure VRRP on a S-Series?
2 I2C bus corruption causing the wrong temperature reading
3 How do I know if my Purview appliance is working correctly?
4 Summit X440-48p not forwarding packets to certain destination IP
5 Alarms are not generated for Wireless Controller in Ridgeline 4.0

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