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Automating SSL Sessions on a Mac, or Why You Shouldn't Buy an SSL Client for a Mac

As a network engineer, I’ve discovered that one of the many great things about Apple’s OSX (possibly the best thing)  is that it is built on UNIX.   452 more words


CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam Tutorial: Server Load Balancing (SLB)

When you’re working on your BCMSN exam on your way to CCNP certification, you’ll read at length about how Cisco routers and multilayer switches can work to provide router redundancy – but there’s another helpful service, Server Load Balancing, that does the same for servers. 362 more words


Configuring iSCSI for CCIE DC

First thing, credit where due:

Cisco.com iSCSI Configuration Guide (Please read first!)

Peter Revill has some great posts on iSCSI (Thanks, Peter!)

Ben King has a good post on setting up iSCSI interfaces for ESXi in UCS (Thanks, Ben!) 2,943 more words


Configuring FabricPath to establish active/active 4-way connections

Hi, recently I did some lab excercise on “FabricPath” technology. Here I want to share how to configure and verify it. I used Cisco GOLD lab to build this scenario… 1,641 more words


[EIGRP] Route Filtering with Standard ACL

Filtering in EIGRP is configured using the distribute-list router subcommand, which can reference either an ACL, prefix list, or a route map to determine whether or not routes should be filtered, in which direction and on which interface. 153 more words


The beginning..

How it goes ?

How does a career in this industry pan out ?

Whether you have just stepped in to this field or you are a newbie or  with a couple of years of experience, one still finds it difficult to have a grip on whats going on around you and how in heaven’s name do “i” progress in this field ? 503 more words