Monthly Archives: November 2009

HP vs. Cisco

I just read an article in the NY Times about the HP 3Com merger. Analysts were touting how HP ProCurve was going to battle Cisco for dominance in the data center. I believe that I am uniquely positioned to offer … Continue reading

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Congestion, Traffic Policing and Shaping

Note: There are two posts with similar titles and this being historical, more for people to see my progression I went ahead and added this one as well. There are three main quality of service concepts: congestion avoidance, traffic shaping … Continue reading

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QoS Implementation

2009-10-12 17:36:56 QoS Implementation Command Line: Not even the Cisco QoS Exam Certification guide covers the old command line configuration. Modular QoS Command Line (MQC): This tool separates classification of the traffic from the policy of the per hop behavior … Continue reading

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ONT Labs

Last night I started working through the meat of the ONT lab work book and once again I am disappointed with a CCNP lab workbook. At this point my expectations should be sufficiently lowered that the workbooks should meet them, … Continue reading

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NBAR Lab

This lab is very similar to theNBAR Fun posting a few weeks back. Here is a copy of all of the configuration files, both initial and completed. The server at 192.168.34.234 is running a webserver, tftp server, sshd, telnetd and … Continue reading

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