Archives for trueneutral

On software versions and the brittleness of tools

A Usable And Good Looking Automation Environment On Windows

Ansible's truthy booleans

The tyranny of the enterprise laptop

iNOG at three and a half

Backing up configs to git with ansible

Stories from the Quantum Hackathon, RIPE77 & RONOG5

A recap of RIPE76

A tiny flask WebApp blueprint

NX-OSv 9000 Automation (3)

Docker overlays on Cisco ACI

Notes: Docker Networking

NX-OSv 9000 Automation (2)

NX-OSv 9000 Automation (1)

Response: CCDE May 2017 Cancellation

NetEngCode Hack at Facebook (1)

MACsec performance

Python and Git on Windows

DMVPN-over-Mobile Blues

BFD on Individual EtherChannel Members

Defining an improved WAN

Response: Riot Games and the Internet

SSL Performance

Automation, one step at a time (1)

iNOG in 2015

WILTW: Better encryption & bad 4G modems (6)

RIPE71 (3)

RIPE71 (2)

RIPE71 (1)

WILTW: IOS images, clipboards and bad code (5)

Cisco IOS SCP and integrity checking

Why should I care about fragmentation? (2)

Musing: Single room

WILTW: UKNOF, Sony and Computing in Ro (4)

Netinstall of Raspbian Jessie on Raspberry PI 2

Introducing iNOG

Why should I care about fragmentation? (1)

WILTW: The NFD10 edition (3)

Saving Web Pages into Markdown files

WILTW: TwinAx, Traceroutes and ROMMON (2)

Notes: CCDE Written materials

WILTW: Facebook, IPv6 and Virtual Labs (1)

IP Fragmentation in Wireshark (2)

Keep it simple (1)

Notes: Google's Software-defined WAN and DC

A conflict of OSPF LinkState IDs

Sharing and Subscribing

PSA: Dual-Stack connectivity and VPNs

My big box didn't save my network!

Rant: Company laptops

PSA: How to distrust a root certificate

Update. Squirrel!

UKNOF the 30th

IP Fragmentation in Wireshark (1)

And it's gone. Bonus: RIPE69

Xperia Z3C Blues

Checking the Nexus FIB

Notes: UK IPv6 Council (1)

IPv6, addressing plans and you

Note taking unchained

512 is the magic number

TCP bug in FreeBSD

Leaky Redistribution (2)

Leaky Redistribution (1)

Cisco Service Provider Tech Huddle

The dark side of OSPF transit capability (3)

Musing: Resist that temptation

The dark side of OSPF transit capability (2)

The dark side of OSPF transit capability (1)

A usable and good looking shell on Windows

Prefix filtering when exporting from a VRF

It's alive! What, again?

Step 3 in the BGP best-path selection process

BGP Backdoor Routes

Troubleshooting a weird TCP handshake

Troubleshooting HSRP (with preemption)