Network Services

DHCP to the Rescue…using Linux

From home users to advance IT professionals – All of us have ran across obtaining an IP address dynamically for our devices; whether if it’s from our ISP for Internet home connectivity, when we connect to WiFi at our favourite coffee shop (Dunkin Cold Brew for me), or even when a new client is brought onto the network within a…

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Certifications

Probably the easiest way to NOT to lose you’re CCIE! I’m giving it a try.

For those who have earned their Cisco CCIE certification through the rigorous task of going to a Cisco CCIE training class, then purchasing either rack time on places like INE.com or going to EBay and buying lab gear… then book studying for commands and configuration references. AND then the big day comes for the CCIE Practical and you’ve passed! Yay…

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Network Services

No Password SSH?… No Problem!

Have there been a time when you wish you didn’t have to type a password for ‘every’ SSH session you commit when logging into a device? Sure SSH is the preferred, secured way to log in… But there will be times when entering a password would be cumbersome (e.g. pushing updates, automation, scripting, etc.) In this blog-post I’ll show you…

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