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Why did Software Defined * (Everything) happen?

Blog  In the early 1900s, Henry Ford revolutionized the transportation industry by mass-producing the automobile. It was amazing. People could leave their homes to see the country. Then there was a significant need for major infrastructure to enable that exploration application. Highways and freew...

Last updated: Sep 19, 2013   4:32 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise
Extreme offers software workaround for spanning tree bandwidth trouble

Blog  As the IETF and the IEEE finish baking their similar, but competing standards - Transparent Interconnects of Lots of Links (TRILL) and Shortest Path Bridging (NPB) - Extreme Networks is offering a software upgrade that delivers one of the benefits of TRILL and SPB today, without any hardware replace...

Last updated: Feb 7, 2011   4:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Word of the Day: application delivery controller (ADC)

Blog  Word of the Day Today's Word of the Day is application delivery controller (ADC), a network device that manages client connections to complex Web and enterprise applications. In general, a controller is a hardware device or a software program that manages or directs the flow of data betw...

Last updated: Oct 3, 2013   5:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from
Where Do I Begin

Answer  Often, those already in Networking, forget that they once too were novices. I am currently trying to make sense out of cisco routers. Terminolgy and verbiology does not make a whole lot of sense but I am able to search the internet for explanations. My company does not have funding for cisco clas...

Last updated: Sep 13, 2005   12:22 AM GMT   |    Network monitoring, Network protocols, Networking
What's SDN?

Blog  Hi folks! So what's SDN? It stands for Software Defined Networking! What does that mean to you? Basically SDN is abstracting the complexties of the network from the hardware and putting it in software. Theoretically this is supposed to simplify things and make things easier for the network administ...

Last updated: Apr 5, 2013   0:55 AM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Is there a list of trustworthy CA authorities? And does a IDS distro like Security Onion provide enough protection for a local network?

Answer  I'm trying to improve my local network security with my first white boxes pen-test setup and I was wondering if there are any realistic network security setups that can be implemented for a local network without hardware IDS/IPS? As I've observed with pen-testing TLS/CA don't seem so secure, and I'...

Last updated: Oct 8, 2016   7:43 AM GMT   |    Blockchain, IDS/IPS, kali linux
HP, Cisco partner events face off

Blog  Talk about counter programming. Hewlett-Packard slated its partner conference directly opposite Cisco's previously planned partner summit. Here's the VAR Guy's take on this move--which will put joint Cisco and HP VARs--and there are plenty of those --in a tizzy in a few months. Cisco's event is ...

Last updated: Jan 11, 2010   6:56 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Helping Sun hardware VARs take the Oracle leap

Blog  Arrow ECS yesterday unveiled a Fast Track program to help Sun hardware VARs move into the Oracle Partner Network (OPN). This is no easy task, since no one outside of Oracle appears to know whatrole there will befor Sun hardware resellers going forward. Or if there will be a role. Oracle will ...

Last updated: Jun 29, 2010   4:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Implementing multicast on Cisco Catalyst switches

Blog  Overview: "Cisco LAN Switching Fundamentals presents an in-depth look at modern campus network requirements. It provides an easy-to-understand introduction to LAN switching best practices using Cisco Catalyst switches. This book provides you with a wealth of details on the architecture, operation, a...

Last updated: Jun 18, 2009   5:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Bookworm Blog
Network test lab

Answer  Hi, I need to set up a network test lab to create a virtual scenario of my clients network, components include 2 Routers, 2 L3 switch preferably (juniper products), 1 Pix firewall and some couple of desktops. I would be happy if any one can provide me a base level hardware inventory for these pr...

Last updated: Dec 17, 2007   9:31 AM GMT   |    Network test equipment, Networking Equipment
Overheard: Cognitive radio will change wireless fee structures

Blog   The potential for cognitive radio technology to redefine existing wireless services becomes clear when one considers their economics. A monthly cell-phone service bill, for instance, contains charges for leasing radio spectrum, renting cell towers and purchasing the handset, as well as the amort...

Last updated: Nov 11, 2008   2:51 AM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from
Looking for good network simulator software

Answer  I'm going to be teaching a class on basic network theory. The budget is very tight, and I don't have a lot of hardware to play with. I'm looking for a network simulator, one that allows students to program switches and routers and the NICS of the virtual network (CISCO would be nice...but then tha...

Last updated: Sep 9, 2008   7:50 PM GMT   |    IT education, IT training, Network simulator
Multiple Subnet Routing Hardware

Answer  Please feel free to direct me to previous post if applicable. I have searched all over this site and others to try to find specifics. I have a business network that all of the PCs and two windows small business servers run on. I have a separate network that my machines(indu...

Last updated: Aug 11, 2010   2:08 PM GMT   |    Routers, Small Business Server, Subnets
Barracuda's Intronis brand launches firewall for MSPs

Blog  Barracuda Networks Inc. is pushing forward with its managed service provider strategy, which kicked into higher gear with the company's October 2015 acquisition of channel-oriented data protection vendor Intronis. Barracuda on June 27 launched a firewall appliance geared toward managed services pro...

Last updated: Jun 27, 2016   6:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker   |      Backup, Barracuda, Channel
Cloud Computing and the future of hardware

Blog  Reading so much about cloud computing these days get me thinking about the future of hardware. Which type of hardware will have sustained demand and which type will gradually become obsolete? If I can make a small list, I would see it as follows: 1- Demand for large capacity hard drive will start ...

Last updated: May 27, 2009   8:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Project Management   |      Add new tag, Competitive advantage, Productivity
Neuromorphic chipsets are shifting deep learning into overdrive

Blog   Chipset image via FreeImages By James Kobielus (@jameskobielus) Deep learning has moved well beyond the proof of concept stage. The technology is rapidly being incorporated into diverse applications in the cloud and at the networks edge, especially in embedded, mobile, and Internet of Things (I...

Last updated: Jan 12, 2017   8:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog   |      Chipsets, Deep learning, iot
Should we auto-negotiate our speeds with our network hardware?

Answer  Our department had a bit of an issue where our multiple servers have been losing network connectivity for some reason. Each time, we have to do a hard reboot. This has been happening for quite some time. But we did find out what's happening: Our switch is reporting 100 MBPS for the port so we have d...

Last updated: Oct 26, 2015   7:45 PM GMT   |    Network hardware, Networking
IaaS in the networking world

Blog  Hi folks! So with all the noise about the cloud, it's pretty easy to get lost. It doesn't seem to matter where you turn, someone is mentioning something about the cloud. Usually the noise focuses on software. But how much have you been thinking about hardware? Hardware in the cloud? How does that w...

Last updated: Jun 13, 2013   1:03 AM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Facebook's open source storage question: what if hardware were open?

Blog  With 845 million users among its ranks, Facebook is shouldering a mass of data storage on a global basis. The social networking service is reportedly now moving to build its own storage hardware to cope with this data mountain and is following an open source route as part of its work with the site'...

Last updated: Mar 5, 2012   12:49 AM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Uncategorized
Bootable USB thumb drive or CompactFlas drive for data recovery on PC

Answer  Has some practical experience using USB thumb drive (jump-drive) or CompactFlash drive for data recovery on PC? Real life situation: regular hard drive got failure (like bad blocks). Host's OS (Windows, Linux) can't boot. All other hardware is working properly and has network connectivity. The pro...

Last updated: May 28, 2004   0:34 AM GMT   |    Disk drives, Hardware
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