Being used to VMware Workstation, where NATing is a few GUI clicks away, I couldn’t find a GUI way of configuring it in Hyper-V.
inside local outside hokey pokey; Turn yourself around
I don’t mind the command line and actually prefer it sometimes. The PowerShell equivent didn’t end up being too bad. Not like the first time doing Cisco NAT from the CLI 🙂 Continue reading “Setting up Internal vSwitch NATing in Hyper-V”
I’ve consolidated my RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, Twitter Lists, and Blog Roll in HTML all on one page the > Information Firehose Page
AWS, Cisco, Citrix , DevOPs, DevProgramming, DFIR, Exchange, LinuxBSD, MalwareReversing, Microsoft, NeedSorting (Yes, this is a category), NetScaler, Network, Podcast, PowerShell, Security, SecurityAwareness, Storage, Technology, Virtualization, VMware, YouTube, and Archived. Continue reading “Information Firehose – My RSS Feeds, Public OPMLs, My Twitter Lists, and the Blog Roll in HTML all on one page.”
Live..and On Demand!
Never been to Cisco Live, but want to see some of the awesome presentations? Not just the 2016 shows but the last five years. With four Cisco Live shows per year, that’s a whole lot of training opportunity. For Free! Continue reading “Sips from the Information Firehose – Cisco Live”
When I take sips from the Information Firehose, a large portion of it comes from the hydrant that is RSS. So today instead of sipping and imbibing one feed, let’s bust open the hydrant and play in the street like kids. OK, I know it’s the middle of winter but allow a little poetic license. 😉
For those of you who do not know what RSS or OPML means <-visit my posts.
RSS Feeds Categories <- Click here for RSS Feeds and Public OPML link by Categories
Massive and neglected or Massively neglected Continue reading “My List of RSS Feeds: Updated, Sorted, and Culled”
Troubleshooting Tasks for the Network Analyst
Some of the major troubleshooting tasks a network analyst may perform including following:
- Identify software or network device misconfigurations
- Graph queuing delays
- Measure high delays along a path
- Identify location of packet loss
- Identify malfunctioning devices on the network
- Identify network errors and services refusals
- Among others
Continue reading “Wireshark Certified Network Analyst WCNA Exam WCNA102.1 Objectives 1.2 List Troubleshooting Tasks for the Network Analyst”
The Purpose of Network Analysis
Network analysis often called sniffing or protocol analysis, is the act of listening to communications traversing the network and breaking down the traffic into its basic components to be examined. Continue reading “Wireshark Certified Network Analyst WCNA Exam WCNA102.1 Objectives 1.1 Define the Purpose of Network Analysis”
Latency, in regards to networking, is the time from when a source sends a packet and the destination receives it. It can be measured one way or round trip. Continue reading “What is Latency?”