The most popular posts from December 2007: Display open TCP and UDP ports on Cisco IOS, explanation of RIB failure and why password recovery might fail. It seems this blog has changed quite a bit in the last five years.
December 2009 had some interesting ones: role of certifications in the hiring process and a switching-is-a-stupid-marketing-term rant (it seems like nothing has changed in the last three years). Then there was a storage networking is still emulating a flat cable rant and hilarious ten steps of small LAN design.
Most popular posts from December 2007
- Display open TCP and UDP ports
- What is a BGP RIB failure
- Recovering from disabled password recovery might not be possible
- Execute CLI commands with prompts in EEM
- Mandatory EEM CLI commands
- BGP without MPLS?
- Running BGP across parallel serial links
- MPLS Traffic Engineering without a Link State routing protocol
- EEM CLI patterns are not context sensitive
- BGP fast session deactivation also speeds up session establishment
Most popular posts from December 2009
- Certifications and the hiring process
- Send a SNMP trap from an EEM applet
- Lies, damned lies and product marketing
- HQF: truly hierarchical queuing
- iSCSI and SAN: two decades of rigid mindsets
- Ten steps of small LAN design
- Load sharing 101 (with references)
- IPv6 in the campus but not in the Data Center?