Take a Network Break!
We start the show with a few Follow Ups on Li-Fi, certifications, HPE’s relationship with Aruba, and Helium/LoRa/LoRaWAN.
Then it’s on to news analysis with Extreme’s acquisition of WLAN vendor Aerohive (it’s all about the cloud). We discuss a BGP route leak that caused a cascade of troubles, and opine on why Oracle is retiring Dyn’s managed DNS in favor of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Mist Systems announces a new 802.11ax AP, an edge appliance, and a new support model; Amazon adds traffic mirroring in AWS VPCs, a provider of ransomware recovery services has an interesting business model, and Greg gives a Marketing Banana award to MicroTik’s Cloud Router Switch.
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Tech Bytes: Anuta Networks
Stay tuned after the news for a sponsored Tech Bytes episode with Anuta Networks. Anuta makes network automation software for multi-vendor environments. We discuss Anuta’s capabilities including low-code automation, network device configurations, compliance checks, telemetry collection, and more. The first 30 people who sign up at AnutaNetworks.com/packetpushers can get a snazzy polo shirt.
IEEE 802.11 (legacy mode) – Wikipedia
RFC 1925 – IETF
Extreme Buys Aerohive. Not bad. – EtherealMind
Extreme Networks to Acquire Aerohive Networks – Extreme Networks
Investor presentation – Extreme Networks
Cloudflare Users Burned by Internet Routing Pile-Up – Cloudflare
Noction Incident response – Noction
Oracle does-in Dyn, resets DNS services to cloud – Network World
Network Break 114: Arista Wins Customs Round; Oracle Buys Dyn – Packet Pushers
Edge – Mist Systems
The AI-Driven Enterprise Evolves – Mist Systems