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The need for regular Security reviews

Blog  Hi folks! So with all the news about security, I wanted to make a quick mention on some of the things we all should be doing on a regular basis. It's quite easy to fall into a false sense of security and assume your network is secure. Administrators can patch and backup regularly, and even put in t...

Last updated: Nov 5, 2013   9:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Why TOE (TCP Offload Engine)

Blog  Here is a great article on TOE, and how it benefits iSCSI Traffic for VMware. But first the insert. The development of TCP offload engines marks a significant advance for all TCP/IP based protocols, including iSCSI. Although TCP provides session integrity in potentially congested or unstable network...

Last updated: Jun 27, 2011   9:15 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Blue Coat Proxy SG Deployment methods Virtually Inline Mode

Blog  In Virtually Inline deployment mode, the Proxy SG can be deployed in any network location, it relies on traffic redirection mechanisms like Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) or Policy Based Routing (PBR) to redirect the interesting traffic, such as HTTP /HTTPS to the Proxy SG. WCCP is a Cisco ...

Last updated: Oct 24, 2016   6:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      firewall, GRE, Hardware
Word of the Day: session border controller

Blog  Word of the Day Today's WhatIs.com Word of the Day issession border controller (SBC), a dedicated hardware device or software application that governs the manner in which phone calls are initiated, conducted and terminated on a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) network. Basically, an SBC ac...

Last updated: Oct 7, 2013   5:05 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
Sun kisses and makes up

Blog  Sun Microsystems Inc. just did a smart about-face. According to well-known open source analyst and blogger Bill Weinberg, a few years ago Sun quit the Open Source Development Lab (OSDL) Carrier- Grade Linux working group when OSDL declined to grant Solaris equal status with Linux for Carrier-Grade n...

Last updated: Apr 18, 2008   8:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
Thoughts for the week

Blog  Well it has been another busy week here one of my bigger customers is upgrading their network plus it is time to wander off to our company retreat theend of the week also. The network upgrade is going really good as Jason one of our network guys brought his A game and is doing a great job. Networkin...

Last updated: Feb 5, 2009   1:29 AM GMT  |  Blog: SBS 2003 and beyond
Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links (TRILL): IP networkings future

Blog  Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) was invented years ago as a networking technology to prevent bridge loops (a destructive feedback type of condition) by allowing only one path between network switches or ports. A Layer 2 network protocol, STP computes a plan for routing traffic between every connected d...

Last updated: Sep 20, 2010   3:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
Reducing Cloud Operations Costs with Automation

Blog  Question: How can I best realize the promised operational cost savings of my private cloud? If you are running a typical enterprise IT organization, you are probably struggling with an organization and processes that are not optimized for delivering cloud services. Traditional IT operations are ...

Last updated: Feb 18, 2012   1:15 PM GMT  |  Blog: Ask the IT Consultant
Magic Quadrant for application delivery controllers: Radware ascends, newbies arrive

Blog  Gartner's Magic Quadrant for application delivery controllers has a few new faces this year and a new leader. Application delivery controllers (ADCs) are Layer 4-7 devices that evolved out of the load balancer industry. ADCs optimize applications deployments within a data center, performing a va...

Last updated: Dec 3, 2010   10:42 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Apple Network Issues

Answer  OK... This is somewhat weird. The previous IT Admin created a network using 10.0.0.X. No big deal there, but the gateway is 10.0.0.5. For some reason, it seems that only Macs and iPhones have an issue being about to get on the internet using this configuration. Apple products connect - get ip, s...

Last updated: Sep 26, 2008   8:25 PM GMT   |    Apple, Network connectivity
Using Cisco AUX ports to extend serial interfaces

Answer  Unfortunately serial connections are still very much with us. I have a need to monitor older dedicated control and alarm devices. I would like to pin up a serial connection between Cisco routers (2600's) to extend printer, alarm and administrative ports on ancient DOS based control hardware. I am lo...

Last updated: Dec 5, 2015   7:16 PM GMT   |    Cisco, Cisco Routers, Networking
Disable a remote laptop that connects to us over a VPN and to our domain.

Answer  We have a few remote sales staff, one of whom is going to be fired. They have XP laptops and work out of their homes. My boss wants to be able to lock them out of the machine once we let them go. I don't think he's too concerned about the hardware, but he doesn't want them getting to the data. I ca...

Last updated: Jul 11, 2008   7:04 PM GMT   |    Laptops, Microsoft Windows XP, Remote access
Products of the Year Winners for the disk subsystems category

Blog  Each year, Storage Magazine and SearchStorage.com put a spotlight on specific products that are innovative and/or take a previous technology a step up to a new level with the Products of the Year contest. Products were rated in five categories: Backup and disaster recovery hardware, backup and disa...

Last updated: Feb 19, 2010   4:38 PM GMT  |  Blog: Data defenders: A blog on data protection issues
Broadcom releases open source wireless drivers

Blog  Broadcom has released an open source version of their wireless drivers. The driver is available for 32 and 64 bit operating systems. It supports 802.11a/b/g/n wireless protocols so it should work for any network. It is designed for use on Broadcom's BCM4311, 4312, 4321 and 4322 based hardware. ...

Last updated: Jan 27, 2009   7:30 PM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Software and Linux
Template for SMB Cloud

Blog  Hi all, how can you run a company off of the cloud? The cloud is currently focused very tightly on the SMB space. While it is expanding into the enterprise space it isnt there yet and it will be a while before it gets there. Below is a sample mapping that a small business might be able to use in ...

Last updated: Dec 1, 2012   4:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: TechStop
VMworld 2013

Blog  Hi folks! So VMworld 2013 was this week, and if you were lucky enough you got to attend! VMware is heavily focusing on the hybrid cloud and software defined networking this year. It should be interesting to see how this plays out. In the SDN space, VMware has NSX and I will keep an open mind and an...

Last updated: Aug 30, 2013   10:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Reader feedback on new System i boxes

Blog  I like when sites like System iNetwork do reader feedback stories that just include blurbs from readers on what they think about various System i and iSeries issues. Right now the buzz is around the new System i 515 and 525 boxes targeted for small-to-medium businesses. The responses obviously inclu...

Last updated: Apr 17, 2007   8:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: The iSeries Blog
Windows 2008 SSTP VPN trouble

Answer  Hi all, I've the following scenario: 1 Domain controller Windows 2003 Server R2 1 "VPN" Server Windows 2008 SP2 I've Certification Authority on my DC, by now this CA provides authentication for the Outlook Web Access (form based authentication) and for the ActiveSync for some PDAs. I want to dep...

Last updated: Dec 14, 2009   4:11 PM GMT   |    ActiveSync, Domain Controller, Mobile
Review for CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator

Blog   If you are preparing for the CCNA 640-802 Certification exam and you are not willing to invest on hardware to setup you own lab, then the CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator released recently by Cisco Press is the right Simulator for you. The CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator is a state of the art, ...

Last updated: Jul 22, 2009   6:13 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends
This Sector of IT will remain strong

Blog  With layoffs affecting each industry, IT is no exception. IT had its share of layoffs, but one sector in IT remains strong. IT services which are directly related to the modern office functionality. Services such as (network setup, hardware repair and setup, phone systems setup, office application s...

Last updated: Jun 16, 2009   3:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Project Management   |      Competitive advantage, IT management tips, Productivity
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