Posted on 28 July 2014 | Leave a Comment
Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:12:17 — 33.5MB) Kirk Byers has been doing network automation work for quite a while now. I’ve been following his Pynet mailing list, where he teaches list members in a series of structured lessons how to code in Python, harnessing the scripting language’s power for network automation. I met Kirk at Cisco […]
Posted on 21 July 2014 | Leave a Comment
Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:08:19 — 31.6MB) Repeat guest and friend of the Packet Pushers Ron Fuller chats with Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks about the latest updates to both the hardware and software in the ever-growing and capable Cisco Nexus product line. We get a thorough update in this show, hitting lots and lots of […]
Posted on 17 July 2014 | 3 Comments
The Coffee Break will be renamed to the “The Network Break” and will be getting its own channel on the Packet Pushers Network. But for this week, we talk about the latest news in networking and physical infrastructure.
Posted on 16 July 2014 | 2 Comments
What is the future of SDN Vendors ? Will all the startups eventually close down to just a few choices or can there be a vibrant ecosystem which can allow for many vendors to survive ? The discussion took a left turn and became an strong discussion of whether resellers will survive the arrival of SDN.
Posted on 14 July 2014 | 2 Comments
Podcast: Download (Duration: 53:08 — 24.7MB) This week, Packet Pushers’ hosts Ethan Banks and Greg Ferro queue up a discussion about a new technology, exploring EVPN with Russ White & Jeff Tantsura from Ericsson. What’s EVPN? Well, it’s short for Ethernet VPN, and it’s a way of using BGP as a routing system for MAC […]
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Being the networking nerd I am, I have a pretty big network at home. And as the denizens of the Packet Pushers IRC channel know, I do a lot of work with VPNs. One of my use cases is sharing the resources on my home … read more.
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When I first looked at the documentation for ERSPAN I could imagine some uses for it. In some cases it could replace RSPAN, but since it’s only available on Cisco Nexus switches, newer Catalyst 6500s, Cisco ASR routers, … read more.
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A Meeting room. Discussing the possible options for product and vendor strategy. Company urgently needs to avoid capital expenditure and reduce maintenance costs. The engineer across the table is wearing a vendor … read more.
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