Ask the Experts Replay: DataPower Topics on Networking/MQSeries /ODBC and other Technologies Ask the Experts Session
This ask the experts session will be primed with networking, ODBC, and MQSeries topics, and will then be opened for our customers to ask various questions regarding the the DataPower SOA appliances.
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Ask the Experts session
19 July 2012 - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT
|04:45||What are keys in troubleshooting DataPower ODBC Issues?|
|10:42||What are the best ways for me to get information about DataPower configuration and troubleshooting?|
|14:12||How does IP routing work on the DataPower SOA appliance?|
|18:48||What methods are available for routing MQ traffic in DataPower?|
|26:08||What is the difference in implementation between the new default Standby Control in 4.0.2 versus the mac-takeover implementation and what does this mean for the network?|
|29:00||What is the CLI command to turn ON/OFF a Load Balancer Health Check? Is there a full CLI command reference doc for XI184.108.40.206.6?|
|30:48||Open lines for live question and answer period|
|44:08||End of Call|
Panel of Experts:
|Alfred Williamson||DataPower L2 Software Engineer|
|Carol Miller||DataPower L2 Software Engineer|
|Daniel Dickerson||DataPower L2 Software Engineer|
|Chin Sahoo||DataPower L2 Software Engineer|
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