Basic info here: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/10/severe-flaw-in-wpa2-protocol-leaves-wi-fi-traffic-open-to-eavesdropping/ More info released tomorrow morning @ the ACM conference in Dallas.
(Edit: You’ll have to open the blog post to see the links. Sorry!) Jeremy Austin sent me a note in our slack chat today about this free O’Reilly Media eBook by Dinesh Dutt. It’s a really good look at modern BGP unnumbered design for a scalable, portable, datacenter architecture. I’m only about halfway through it,
CDP, CEF, DMVPN, DTP, EIGRP, GLBP, HNAP, HSRP, IGRP, IPSLA, ISL, L2FP, LEAP, LRE, PAgP, SSCP, SRP, UDLD, VTP This alphabet soup of (Cisco) proprietary network protocols is just an example of several of the protocols that, for one reason or another, could lock your organization into their products for many, many years. Just about
I hear complaints from people all the time about their home WiFi situation. In this post, I’ll address some of the common complaints, explain a bit about how wireless works, and provide a couple of examples and solutions to better enable your decision making when it comes to outfitting your home or small business with
SDN, or Software Defined Networking, was supposed to be the Next Big Thing(tm) in how networks were built and designed. In reality it often creates more problems than it solves, and never really addresses the Business Needs of what it was conceived to accomplish. SDN FROM POST-CONCEPTION BECAME ALL ABOUT VENDOR LOCK-IN One of the problems,