The ranting of an IT Professional:

December, 2009

December 13, 2009  12:11 AM

Cisco 881 Router crashes

Posted by: Jason Tramer
12.4.24t1, 12.4.24t2, 881, Cisco, crash, memory leak, router

I was recently working with a Cisco 881 router that kept having memory leaks and crashing. At first it would only crash once a day or so but eventually it started crashing hourly. I went through serveral different firmware versions and finally found one that fixed the issue. The last version I...

December 3, 2009  3:41 PM

Configure Active-Standby High Availability on a ASA

Posted by: Jason Tramer
active, Add new tag, ASA, ASDM, Cisco, CLI, HA, High Availability, standby, wizard

Ok so you can easily do this from within the ASDM using the HA wizard, however I recently tried this and had issues with the wizard not working for me. So here is how you do it from the cli: Primary: failover failover lan unit primary failover lan interface failover Ethernet X failover key...

December 1, 2009  1:12 AM

Backup Exec FAQ

Posted by: Jason Tramer
Backup exec, FAQ

If you are like me then Backup Exec is usually your preferred backup software to recommend. It also means that Backup Exec frustrates you to near homicide at times. A colleague recommended to me this site: I must say I quite like it. It really covers quite a far...

December 1, 2009  1:06 AM

Data Centre Cooling Innovation from Google

Posted by: Jason Tramer
cooling, data centre, google This is really cool (excuse the pun).  With the advent of virutalization the traditional data centre has already significantly dropped in size. With energy costs rising its innovations like...

December 1, 2009  12:52 AM

Xen Desktop 4.0 licensing now boasts fully functional XenApp server

Posted by: Jason Tramer
Citrix, Desktop, license, licensing, trade, Xen, Xen App

In Xen Desktop 3.0 Enterprise edition you got to use Xen App server. However the Xen App functionality was stripped down so that it would only function within Xen Desktop machines. Citrix has now changed their policy to allow Xen App for Xendesktops to be fully functional meaning you can use it for...

December 1, 2009  12:46 AM

Security hole for SSL Clientless VPN

Posted by: Jason Tramer
Cisco, Security, VPN

Check out this article: This is quite big news. Cisco has been pushing it's clientless SSL VPN pretty hard.

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