Monthly Archives: September 2013

Introduction to Log Analysis with grep, awk and sed

I know there are a lot of cool tools in everyone’s arsenal these days. However I wanted to call attention to some command line tools that are worth mentioning. Many seasoned engineers have come across most of these, but there … Continue reading

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Mirroring Nexus ACLs In Notepad++

A few months ago I wrote an article that outline a cool use case for Notepad++. The particular scenario outlined the ability to use regular expressions to mirror Cisco ACLs. That article, Using Notepad++ to Mirror Cisco ACLs, is starting … Continue reading

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Content from Networking Field Day 6

This article contains links to Networking Field Day 6 content and will be updated as videos are uploaded. Event Web Page Networking Field Day 6 Hashtag #NFD6 

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Disambiguating Discontiguous Networks

The concept of discontiguous networks is one that often causes some confusion for those new to networking. I think most of the confusion is because this concept it is often combined with the operation of classful routing protocols and the … Continue reading

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