Oxidized is an open-source project started by Saku Ytti and Samer Abdel-Hafez as an alternative to the very popular RANCID software. A little over a year ago, I created a RANCID server to backup the configuration of my network devices. It has been a good, stable piece of software that has been doing the job very well across hundreds […]
This post follows on from the first in this series and looks at how to modify the config if there is NAT along the way as well as reviewing a couple of the verification commands. I’ve attached the full configs. Network Diagram Premise A branch office with an ADSL connection would like to access […]
Introduction This post is the first in a series of two. In this post I will walkthrough the configuration of a site-to-site IPSec VPN tunnel using a pair of ASAs. I’ll use the terms eastbound and westbound to describe traffic flowing across the tunnel, relative to the diagram below. Network Diagram There is an error […]
AT&T’s recent field test shows white box isn’t just about more product choices or cheaper gear. It’s about the benefits of starting with a clean slate.
Here’s the 5 most downloaded Packet Pushers podcasts in March 2017. Topics include networking vs. programming, AWS gotchas, and a dive into the latest in wireless.