Terry Slattery, founder of Netcordia and the first CCIE, joins us to talk practical experiences on Network Management and good configuration practices.
On September 16 & 17, Pushers Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks attended the GestaltIT.com Tech Field Day event in San Jose, California. Gary Oliverio, CTO and Founder of CradlePoint Technology, talks to the Tech Field Day delegation about CradlePointâ€™s 3G/4G routers and adapters.
This week on the Packet Pushers podcast, Greg and Ethan continue an IPv6 technical deep-dive with Matt Ryanczak, Network Operations Manager at ARIN (where theyâ€™ve been running IPv6 since 2003) and Jan Bervar from NIL who has done several enterprise IPv6 deployments.
This week on the Packet Pushers podcast Greg and Ethan do an IPv6 technical deep-dive with Matt Ryanczak, Network Operations Manager at ARIN (where theyâ€™ve been running IPv6 since 2003) and Jan Bervar from NIL who has done several enterprise IPv6 deployments.
On September 16 & 17, Pushers Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks attended the GestaltIT.com Tech Field Day event in San Jose, California. This TFD bonus edition podcast is the first in a series of edited vendor presentations that PacketPushers.net will release over the next few weeks. It takes time to edit them, but weâ€™ll get the best stuff from TFD that we can out there for you.
After a busy week of forcing packets to do our nefarious bidding, we found ourselves up against a recording deadline while being less prepared than usual. To save us from ourselves, at the very last minute we invited Josh Oâ€™Brien and Jennifer Huber to pull up a mic and add their weighty thoughts to the networking issues of the day. Adding to the impromptu nature of this show, we did our first live solicitation of questions from the audience using the Twitterverse, getting instant feedback. All hail the Intertubes!
The show was a little late this week, because as our friend @ioshints put it, we had a â€œcloud ladder failureâ€ on Sunday: Gregâ€™s broadband was out. But when we finally gathered â€™round the great big conference room in the sky, we did it up right. Dan was coming in loud and clear on his new Mac Book Pro, Greg reminisced about the good olâ€™ days of FDDI-to-token ring bridging, and Ethan made bold predictions about the virtualized networking future.
Iâ€™ve been hearing about Force10 Networks as a large scale ethernet switch provider for some time. Itâ€™s time to touch base and find out what they are doing. I spoke with Steve Garrison from Force10 to get an introduction to the company and their products. Iâ€™ll let the show speak for itself.
This week, we get a report about HP Tech Day, and then devote most of the show to answering questions sent in by you, the listener!
A detailed look at the Big, Hot and Heavy Ethernet Switches with a large crew to talk about their practical experiences on design, selection and performance of Cisco Nexus switches. The result ? We donâ€™t think the Nexus switches are very exciting. Due to people commitments we recorded a double length show which will be released in two parts. This is Part 2 and Part 1 was released next weekend.