In this post we’ll have a look at the process of configuring a FlexVPN network (unofficially known as DMVPN phase 4). I’ll show what components are involved in configuration and how they all tie together. For most patient readers there’s a bonus at the end of this post.
Extreme Networks is rolling out new 802.11ac Wave 2 APs. Wave 2 enables greater throughput than Wave 1, and incorporates additional enhancements such as MU-MIMO.
Startup Niara applies machine learning to security logs and network packets and flows to find anomalous behavior that may indicate malicious activity.
Funny enough, much of the food you will find in Yokohama is Chinese, rather than Japanese — another odd fact you probably didn’t need to know. I’m going to cover day 4 and 5 here, as I’m leaving tomorrow morning to head back to the “real world.” Wednesday is a “slow day” in terms of […]
I’ll be live blogging from ONUG for this fall 2015 session. I’m in Manhattan already, looking forward to the event that starts on Wednesday. Refresh this page periodically to see the latest updates as I glean technical data from the presentations in real-time.
Interesting observation about Japan of the day: when you press the elevator call button, the light over the elevator that will be coming next lights up. When the elevator comes, the light flashes as the doors open. Minor thing, I know, but I’m easily amused. Today I went to the SPRING, or source packet routing […]
I’m in New York City this week to live blog the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) Fall 2015 conference and cover a Tech Field Day Extra.
A list of default TCP port numbers for contemporary applications such as Docker, Elastic, OpenStack and Puppet. Why? Whenever I’m trying to identify an application by port number, the usual online sources are often still giving me details on AltaVista Web Server and the like. In the oh so hip and cutting edge DevOps environments I live […]
Note to readers: I’m currently at the IETF in Yokohama; each day I’m going to try to post something about the days events y’all might find interesting. I don’t know why, but the faucet knobs in my hotel room seem to rotate backwards. I’m forever turning the water off when I mean to turn it […]
End user WiFi monitoring complements standard network monitoring and can speed up problem detection and troubleshooting. NetBeez shares the top four use cases in wireless monitoring from the user perspective.