July 2007 seemed to be the month of OSPF and DHCP. I was writing about the OSPF network statements and OSPF configurations without them, as well as redundant DHCP servers and DHCP/BOOTP coexistence. Positive news: Cisco IOS got Unix-style pipes in the meantime.
The most popular posts from July 2009 are still the VLAN interface status ones.
Top 10 most popular posts from July 2007
- Be smart when using the OSPF network statement
- Redundant DHCP server
- Network statements are no longer needed in OSPF configuration
- Update: Inspect router-generated traffic
- DHCP and BOOTP coexistence
- IOS doesn't have Unix-style pipes
- Changing the format of IP routes
- Update: The “show ip interface” command I've always wanted to have
- Update: Preparing for the MPLS CCIP exam
- Redundant small-site multihoming
Top 10 most popular posts from July 2009
- Quick tip: VLAN interface status
- Followup: VLAN interface status
- When the “passive-interface” command is missing from OSPF
- Drawing the diagrams
- Looking for additional information on Netflix video streaming
- Aggressive BGP fall-over behavior
- Netflix summary
- PE-to-PE IPSec: do you have creative ideas?
- What is a CTunnel interface?
- PPPoE testbed