November 2009 was the month of Hierarchical Queuing Framework and other QoS goodies, and the month I started my periodic “we’re missing IPv6 in the Data Center” rants (three years later, IPv6 is still MIA in virtual networks).
In November 2007 I was writing about BGP default route ... and I’m still getting questions about it.
Most popular posts from November 2009
- “ip ospf mtu-ignore” is a dangerous command
- First HQF impressions: excellent job
- CB-WFQ misconceptions
- Detect DOS attacks with EEM
- Solution: Bandwidth+Police actions in CB-WFQ
- Detect short bursts with EEM
- IPv6 in the Data Center: is Cisco ready?
- Challenge: CB-WFQ Bandwidth+Police behavior
- HQF: intra-class fair queuing
- HQF: intra-class WFQ ignores the IP precedence
Most popular posts from November 2007
- BGP default route
- Enable password or enable secret?
- Type 7 decryption in Cisco IOS
- Load balancing with BGP
- Enhanced show interfaces command
- Send an e-mail when an interface goes down
- Configure DNS servers through IPCP
- Kron: poor-man's cron
- BGP fast session deactivation
- Can I combine EEM applets with Tcl shell?