This show is an introduction to OpenFlow – the why, how and what’s it gonna do ? Â We discuss OpenFlow with Matt Davey from Indiana University who is using OpenFlow enabled switches and wireless access points today. The concept of a controller based LAN network is a powerful idea, and the OpenFlow Network Foundation has […]
The rise in mobile devices such as iPads, HP tablets and more means that Wireless Networking is becoming part of the mainstream for network engineers. You can’t ignore it anymore. When we got an invitation to the very first ever Wireless Tech Field Day in San Jose on March 17 & 18 , then we […]
Kurt Bales has a customer who wants to buy a new Data Centre Network and the three main networking vendors (Juniper, Cisco & Brocade) have pitched at him and the customer. Kurt then contacted the Pushers and said “This would make a great podcast to talk about how it looks, works and the reality of […]
A short episode this week because of the daylight savings change in the US and Greg didn’t schedule things correctly. Guests Terry Slattery http://www.netcraftsmen.net Tom Hollingsworth http://networkingnerd.wordpress.com | Twitter: @NetworkingNerd John McManus http://etherealmind.com/author/mcmanusj/ | Twitter: @_johnmcmanus_ Matthew Norwood http://networktherapy.wordpress.com @matthewnorwood and last, and the very least. Greg FerroÂ http://etherealmind.com| Twitter @etherealmind Topic 1 – Cisco UC […]
Guests Tom Hollingsworth http://networkingnerd.wordpress.com | Twitter: @NetworkingNerd John McManus http://etherealmind.com/author/mcmanusj/ | Twitter: @_johnmcmanus_ Greg FerroÂ http://etherealmind.com| Twitter @etherealmind Topic 1 – iPad 2 Apparently none of us are going to buy one, because we’ve already got one. Topic 2 – What is Cloud Computing Although we tire of talking about Cloud Computing, it’s seem that there […]
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.
Guests Tom Hollingsworth, Brandon Carroll, John McManus
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.