Things are getting back to normal now that Greg and I are back from Cisco Live US, but we did record quite a few shows with Cisco while we were there! For you iTunes users (almost all of you), we know from experience that if we publish several shows close together, your iTunes probably won’t automatically download them all. So, you might want to take a minute, fire up iTunes, and manually download whatever you missed.
How To See A Podcast Feed In iTunes
- Open iTunes.
- Select Podcasts.
- Select the “Packet Pushers Podcast” feed (or whatever feed you happen to be checking).
- You should see all of the shows on the feed. If a show is grayed out and you haven’t listened to it already, you can double-click it to manually kick off the download.
Shows We’ve Published From CLUS 2012
- Show 107 – Cisco Software Defined Networking Strategy With Omar Sultan – Sponsored
- PQ Show 002 – Cisco Cloud Services Router With Prashant Shenoy – Sponsored
- PQ Show 003 – Cisco onePK With Richard Pruss – Sponsored
- PQ Show 004 – Catalyst 4500X and 4500E – Sponsored
- PQ Show 005 – Cisco Nexus Updates With Ron Fuller – Sponsored
- PQ Show 006 – Nexus 1000V Update With Han Yang – Sponsored
- Show 109 – Knowing Why – Cisco Certification Roundtable From CLUS 2012 with Amy Arnold, Tom Hollingsworth, Scott Morris, Wendell Odom, Nat Timms, Russ White.
- Cisco Virtual Symposium on SDN Recorded at CLUS 2012 With Tech Field Day
- Show 110 – Live From The CLUS 2012 Social Media Lounge with the entire Twitterverse.
Oh, And We Have New RSS & iTunes Feeds!
Just to remind everyone, we have new RSS feeds to match up with new podcasts and content. Get a look at the RSS feeds here, and sign up for what’s interesting. We want it to be easy for you to see the content you want, and filter out the stuff you don’t. Also, head into the iTunes store and search for “Packet Pushers” under the “Podcasts” section. There’s more than just the one main show feed now. At the moment, we have 4 – the main show feed (everything), the weekly show only, the Priority Queue, and Tony Bourke’s “Wrath of the Data Centre” CCIE-DC show.