These are my links for 16 Mar 2016 through 24 Mar 2016:
- “Reverse Engineering for Beginners” free book –
- Resolve Hardware Status Alert SEL_FULLNESS | Brian Ragazzi – […] I noticed an alert on two UCS B250M2 hosts in the vSphere Client. The alert Name was “Status of other host hardware objects”. This isn’t helpful. To get more information, you have to navigate to the Hardware Status tab of the host properties. Here I saw more information about the alert. It’s cryptically named “System Board 0 SEL_FULLNESS”. […]
- Network Stack: Cisco ASA Packet Capture – […] The ASA platform has fantastic built-in packet capture capabilities which can come in very handy for troubleshooting issues. I will be demonstrating some of the capabilities using an ASA 5505 running version 9.0(1).Performing a packet capture is done using the capture command from privileged exec mode. […][ Fantastic… I won’t say that ]
- Multistage environments with Ansible – Ross Tuck – Ansible has excellent documentation but one thing I was confused about was the best way to store the configuration for multistage projects: say, different passwords for dev, staging, production. This isn’t really covered in the ansible-examples repo because it’s specific to your project and while the documentation has recommendations, it doesn’t spell it out completely (which I need since I’m an idiot).
These are my links for 10 mag 2011 through 12 mag 2011:
- ostinato – Packet/Traffic Generator and Analyzer – Google Project Hosting – Ostinato is an open-source, cross-platform network packet crafter/traffic generator and analyzer with a friendly GUI. Craft and send packets of several streams with different protocols at different rates. For the full feature list see below.<br />
Ostinato aims to be "Wireshark in Reverse" and become complementary to Wireshark.
- BashPitfalls – Greg’s Wiki – This page shows common errors that Bash programmers make.
- Wiki structure for AIX documentation – Summary: This article provides a structure, configuration, and methodology for building and maintaining an automated wiki server for your AIX technical documentation. One of the most difficult tasks associated with system administration is maintaining a centralized documentation repository and enforcing standards for documentation in the repository. The wiki environment helps to create a standardized look-and-feel for your documentation repository and provides an easy to maintain environment for all contributors to the repository.
These are my links for 3 mar 2011 through 9 mar 2011:
- Viewer for Microsoft Project files – MOOS Project Viewer is a viewer for Microsoft® Project that allows you to open, view in a dynamic way and print any Microsoft® Project file. It is running on any Java enabled platform including Windows®, Mac OS X and Linux. There are many viewers for Microsoft® Project on the market, some freeware and others commercial. MOOS Project Viewer is the best viewer choice for Microsoft® Project in terms of features/price. But do not take our words for it. Test it for yourself!
- Welcome to The TCP/IP Guide! – The TCP/IP Guide is a reference resource on the TCP/IP protocol suite that was designed to be not only comprehensive, but comprehensible. Organized using a logical, hierarchical structure, The TCP/IP Guide uses a personal, easy-going writing style that lets anyone understand the technologies that run the Internet. The Guide explains dozens of protocols and technologies in over 1,500 pages. It includes full coverage of PPP, ARP, IP, IPv6, IP NAT, IPSec, Mobile IP, ICMP, RIP, BGP, TCP, UDP, DNS, DHCP, SNMP, FTP, SMTP, NNTP, HTTP, Telnet and much more.
- traffic shaping con linux – Per la serie belli e utili, il post di Spippolazione:<br />
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