Monthly Archives: May 2013

SolarWinds–Kiwi Free Re-released, Launches Firewall Browser

Until earlier this year, I always kept a copy of Kiwi Syslog on my laptop for general troubleshooting. However when I attempted to download a fresh copy, I noticed it was no longer available from the Solarwinds website. In a … Continue reading

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Ruckus on 802.11ac

Being an attendee at a Networking Field Day event is always a very exciting opportunity. During Networking Field Day 5, I enjoyed the opportunity to learn and discuss products and ideas with vendors and fellow delegates. This particular field day … Continue reading

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Technology Career Site Announcement

The Packet University, along with John Harrington from The Network Sherpa, would like to announce a new site. The focus of this new site is all about the challenges of getting and keeping a meaningful work in the field of … Continue reading

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Cisco Live 2013 – Just Around the Corner

Cisco Live US is just around the corner. It is actually a little less than 5 weeks from now. For those who have procrastinated and are just now scheduling sessions, there could be some issues with availability. I have been … Continue reading

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Understanding the Cisco ‘configure replace’ Command

As I prepared this article, my full intention was for it to be a conclusive reference for using the Cisco Configuration Replacement and Configuration Rollback feature. When testing with various IOS versions, I found one key feature did not behave … Continue reading

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How to Automate Cisco Backup Using Configuration Archive

The absolute worst time to realize that a backup doesn’t exist is when that backup is actually needed. Although network devices often don’t house critical data like a typical SAN, backups are still a very important part of day to … Continue reading

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Gauging Interest of a Technical Career Site

I’m very seriously considering the launch of a technical career site. This site would be focused on readers who are entering the technical field and those professionals looking forward in their technical careers. The target audience would be the US … Continue reading

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Frame Buffer — Upcoming PacketU Articles for May 2013

In The Queue How to Automate Cisco Backup Using Configuration Archive Undoing a Change With Cisco Configuration and Change Management Choosing Sessions for Cisco Live 2013 More Content from Networking Field Day 5 The High Cost of Staying Current The … Continue reading

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