The Packet Pushers have been working hard on getting sponsors, and we are starting to have some success. We feel it’s important to share what we are doing and why, so that the community can offer input. We are keen to make sure that you, the community, are reasonably happy with our approach. Why Sponsors? […]
Packet Pushers and Tech Field Day are excited to announce a Symposium on Applied OpenFlow – state of business. When we published Show 40 – Openflow – Upending the Network Industry on 7th April, 2011 OpenFlow was almost unknown. Since then, OpenFlow has gathered strong momentum and much discussion. At Interop in Las Vegas, there […]
Matt who manages a Network for Catholic Hospital writes to the Packet Pushers: I’m wondering if anyone has come across a good tool for managing large ACLs (we are running them on 6500s, so SDM isn’t available). Bonus points for anything that can optimize/consolidate ACLs to object groups. I inherited a few very large ACLs […]
The Packet Pushers are taking the Virtual Whiteboard on the Virtual Road in their MPLS powered Virtual Bus so that you can join in on your own VLAN. We’ve strapped a bunch of white papers and textbooks to the roof with PseudoWires, the QoS is prioritized and we are ready to take your suggestions and […]
From the Google Plus for Calvin Remsburg check out this EPIC use of the wall patch sockets and patch lead ends as a key minder system for his data centre.