This is Packet Pushers Media Mungle, new format were we gather people from from the technology media to sit down around the virtual workbench and look back at events with beady media eye. Weâ€™ll take closer look at whatâ€™s been happening and discuss whatâ€™s happening in a little bit more detail. We got a list of topics to discuss and here is whoâ€™s who in the zoo today.
With the upcoming Ipocalypse it seems like time to start discussing IPv6 in detail. Although we previously covered IPv6 in Show 21 â€“ IPv6 for the Win! Part 1 and Show 21 â€“ IPv6 for the Win! Part 2 we think that IPv6 is big enough to have another shot.
A mixed bag of topics this week, some from people who have written in and some more general topics.
Capacity planning a firewall or router â€“ what are the issues and technical limitations
Why are we using 1Gb Ethernet ports at the access layer when we donâ€™t need them ?
A look at the Skype outage â€“ Skypeâ€™s Blog
Using EIGRP as the IGP in an MPLS core â€“ why not ?
This week we hear from HP on their Network Certification program. Rebekah Harvey, Director of Product Management for HP Global Certification and Learning got in the hot seat and answered our questions on their program.
Jennifer Huber, Andrew von Nagy, and Chris Lyttle discuss 802.11n adoption in the enterprise (driven by iPads and iPhones today, and Android in the future) as well as personal hotspots, fast roaming, and Keith Parsons’ move to Ruckus.
This week on the Packet Pushers we had Josh Oâ€™Brien, Jeremy Filliben, and Marko Milivojevic discussing myths of IT, Cisco’s marketing past and future, and what you do during your commute.
It was planned to have a discussion around L2 Data Centre connection the VMworld in Copenhagen but Scott and I could not meetup. So we recorded this podcast to start talking about some of the issues, technology and solutions. Iâ€™m not sure that we have all the technology or knowledge in place, so keep watching for more discussions in the future.
In this Runt Packet we talk to Bob Napaa from Virtensys about their Virtual I/O solution for servers. Whatâ€™s especially different is that their solution doesnâ€™t use networkingâ€¦..tune in for more details.
Scott Lowe and I planned to have a discussion around L2 Data Centre connection the VMworld 2010 in Copenhagen but Scott and I could not meetup. So we recorded this podcast to start talking about some of the issues, technology and solutions on L2 DCI. Iâ€™m not sure that we have all the technology or knowledge in place, so keep watching for more discussions in the future. We have only scratched the surface. If anyone else wants to discuss the topic, please get int contact as more would be better.
Guests This Week Blake Krone blakekrone.com (@blakekrone) Rocky Gregory (intensified.com, @bionic_rocky) Chris Lyttle (wifikiwi.com @wifikiwi).