Posted on 23 January 2015 | 3 Comments
http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/Show_222-Introducing_The_OpenClos_Project.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 48:01 — 22.9MB) Doug Hanks and Moloy Chatterjee join Packet Pushers host Ethan Banks to discuss the OpenClos project. What is OpenClos? OpenClos is open-source software written in Python that helps stand up a leaf-spine data center. Why? Standing up a DC is a fussy business – lots of cabling, IP […]
Posted on 22 January 2015 | Leave a Comment
http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/PQ_Show_43-HP_Networking-Beyond_Traditional_Network_Management.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 57:16 — 26.6MB) This is the last in a series of podcasts sponsored by HP, all recorded at HP’s Discover conference in Barcelona, Spain in early December 2014. The series is made up of interviews and technical discussions with HP engineers and lab geeks about products in HP’s networking portfolio. Ken Gott, Product […]
Posted on 19 January 2015 | 1 Comment
http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/PQ_Show_42-HP_Networking-Location_Aware_Wireless.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 56:32 — 26.0MB) This sponsored podcast is another in our series of recordings made at HP Discover 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Once again, our special thanks to Chris Young for bringing us technical guests and not just fluffy marketing folks. Technical Marketing Engineer at HP Networking Yarnin Israel and Senior Research Scientist […]
Posted on 16 January 2015 | 5 Comments
http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/Show_221-Marriott_Wifi_the_FCC_with_Glenn_Fleishman_Lee_Badman.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:10:59 — 32.9MB) A funny thing happened on Twitter a week or so ago. I saw this message from Glenn Fleishman. If anyone wants me on a podcast to explain why Marriott wants the FCC to give it license to block personal hotspots, let’s talk. — Glenn Fleishman (@GlennF) January 2, 2015 I […]
Posted on 12 January 2015 | 3 Comments
http://media.blubrry.com/packetpushers/p/content.blubrry.com/packetpushers/PQ_Show_41-HP_Networking_s_Sarwar_Raza_on_the_Meaning_of_Open.mp3 Podcast: Download (Duration: 44:45 — 20.8MB) This sponsored podcast is a continuation of our series recorded at HP Discover Barcelona 2014. Our thanks to Chris Young for organizing the topics and guests. The interesting conversations in Barcelona at HP Discover 2014 continued with a chat about the shifty meaning of “open.” In the world of technology, […]
- Show 220 – OpenFlow + Table Type Patterns with Curt Beckmann
- PQ Show 40 – HP Networking – Multi Service Routers (HP MSR)
- Show 219 – Open vSwitch Obtains Ludicrous Speed
- Community Show – The Rash Came Back After 19 Hours
- PQ Show 39 – HP Networking – 3 Virtual Network Strategies Compared
- Show 218 – OSPF Design Part 2
- Network Break 25
- PQ Show 38 – HP Networking, Helion, OpenStack and Cloud Networking
- Show 217 – IETF, YANG Proliferation and the Lack of Cooperation and Co-ordination
- Network Break 24
Community Blog Posts
A technical interviewer, or technically an interviewer. I was interviewed quite a few times since I set of to join the networking crowd, 12 years ago. I also had opportunity to sit on the opposite side, and interviewed … read more.
Here is the scenario: There is a public server on the internet that you have requested access to. The "admins" that control the server agree to allow a single public IP from your entity/company to access the server. The … read more.
This is a follow-up on the recently published Packet Pushers Show 221 – Marriott, Wifi, + the FCC with Glenn Fleishman & Lee Badman. Let me begin by stating my role in the ecospace: I am currently overseeing the … read more.
Iljitsch van Beijnum, Network Engineer and author, is our guest blogger today with a post about peering sponsored by Noction Intelligent Routing Platform. Most farmers most of the time sell their produce to super … read more.
Everyone knows the difference between a router and switch right? Good.. (for those that need a good refresher) this post is not going is not going to dive into that topic. What I want to talk about is Router vs Switching … read more.
This is the final post in my series on BGPSEC — I will probably follow this up, at some point, with a couple of posts on some alternatives to BGPSEC, and the larger issue of the evolution of BGP. Basic … read more.
Updated 12-January-2015 to include survey form. I'm working on a series of "design and build" podcasts in 2015 for Packet Pushers. The idea is to take a network protocol, project, business challenge, reference … read more.
For some time I have had issues while doing captures such as finding the elusive “spare laptop” you can use, multiple trips out to the site to pick up the captures, or finding another NIC to put in there so you can … read more.
So far, we've looked at the naming system, routing, and policy in our travel through "internet land." Last time, we took a quick look at some of the various organizations that create the standards that make the internet … read more.
I'll admit it - I've drunk the "Network Engineers should learn programming" Kool-Aid. In so doing, I'm gearing up for Kirk Byers upcoming "Python for Network Engineers" course by hacking a bit of Python most every … read more.
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