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Nutanix CE Home Lab Setup

Nutanix is the best thing since sliced bread…more to come…

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How to Install DIG on Windows

Since nslookup blows…this is the best method to install DIG on Windows (x64 – is there any other?) from the ISC BIND package… http://www.isc.org/downloads/ Download the 64-bit BIND package note: it is dependent on the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable package, which is included in the package or can be downloaded from Microsoft http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30679# Extract the zip […]

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BRO on CentOS 6.6

Install CentOS 6.6 minimal chkconfig iptables off chkconfig ip6tables off Disable selinux and reboot yum -y install http://mirror.umd.edu/fedora/epel/6/i386/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm yum -y update yum -y install bison cmake file-devel flex gcc gcc-c++ libpcap-devel libunwind make openssl-devel python-devel swig wget zlib-devel yum -y install gperftools GeoIP GeoIP-update GeoIP-update6 xerces-c xqilla cd /usr/local/src wget http://www.bro.org/downloads/release/bro-2.3.2.tar.gz tar xvzf bro-2.3.2.tar.gz cd bro* ./configure […]

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Install ASA Image via rommon

If you find yourself unable to load a new software image onto your ASA via all standard methods, then you can load a new image from rommon (ROM monitor mode) using TFTP. To enter into rommon: Connect a console cable to the console port of the ASA Power cycle or power on the ASA As […]

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After spending a few minutes following the erroneous/incomplete (?) official documentation from Google for configuring Pidgin for Google Apps accounts, I started searching more widely and found this blog article (thanks neale!) that provides the correct way to configure Pidgin for Google Apps users.  I find it quite strange that Google doesn’t have the correct documentation…  Here is […]

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Perle IOLAN STS16 Custom Cables

After battling for a little while on this and referring to many docs provided by Perle, I decided to find the Cisco console pinout from Cisco and just marry up the functions on the Perle pinout diagrams with them.  After that, bingo!  For anybody else that might be looking for a more simple description of […]

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