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Available installation tools include memory calculators and firmware compatibility tools, an SNMP object navigator, and a discussion forum for networking professionals. An Open Source Initiative Community releases their own tools, scripts, and utilities. You can look up configuration guidelines, create customized command reference documents, sign up to receive automatic product field notices, and request software and hardware upgrades and documentation. Use the IOS Roadmap, Upgrade Planner, Software Advisor, and Software Center to obtain the right software. Attend online TAC seminars and download the Cisco TFTP server. In addition to some of t°e installation tools, the configuration tools offer an IP subnet calculator.

Assess your network and find out whether it is properly designed for high-availability telephony or search all the TAC knowledgebases for technical issues. The troubleshooting tools are most relevant to this book (see Figure 2-6).

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