Monthly Archives: May 2013

SolarWinds–Kiwi Free Re-released, Launches Firewall Browser

Until earlier this year, I always kept a copy of Kiwi Syslog on my laptop for general troubleshooting. However when I attempted to download a fresh copy, I noticed it was no longer available from the Solarwinds website. In a … Continue reading

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Ruckus on 802.11ac

Being an attendee at a Networking Field Day event is always a very exciting opportunity. During Networking Field Day 5, I enjoyed the opportunity to learn and discuss products and ideas with vendors and fellow delegates. This particular field day … Continue reading

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Technology Career Site Announcement

The Packet University, along with John Harrington from The Network Sherpa, would like to announce a new site. The focus of this new site is all about the challenges of getting and keeping a meaningful work in the field of … Continue reading

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Cisco Live 2013 – Just Around the Corner

Cisco Live US is just around the corner. It is actually a little less than 5 weeks from now. For those who have procrastinated and are just now scheduling sessions, there could be some issues with availability. I have been … Continue reading

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Understanding the Cisco ‘configure replace’ Command

As I prepared this article, my full intention was for it to be a conclusive reference for using the Cisco Configuration Replacement and Configuration Rollback feature. When testing with various IOS versions, I found one key feature did not behave … Continue reading

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How to Automate Cisco Backup Using Configuration Archive

The absolute worst time to realize that a backup doesn’t exist is when that backup is actually needed. Although network devices often don’t house critical data like a typical SAN, backups are still a very important part of day to … Continue reading

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