Author Archives: Judson Bishop

Troubleshoot MPLS Connectivity

Step 1 — IGP for MPLS cloud Verification – You are on your own. (YOYO) Step 2 — LDP Adjacencies Pro Tip – Add the CE network to advertisements so that you don’t have to ping from some specific loopback … Continue reading

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Enable Virtualization within a VM

So much of my lab is virtualized that I am continuously tweaking the networking and settings within VMware.  Most of the lab runs on VMware 5.5 so there are some manual tweaks that I have to do that are done … Continue reading

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Finished 2010

I just finished adding the posts form 2010 with a smattering of other random posts. I am tired of the repetitive nature of adding posts and am going to get in some studying today.

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iTerm2 with VIRL

Yesterday my boss purchased VIRL for me. I run it on one of my ESXi servers and wanted to be able to maintain the environment I have gotten used to running, namely tabbed terminals in iTerm2. Easier said than done. … Continue reading

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C360 or Cisco Expert-Level Training Script

  I’ve been using the C360 labs for training and have gotten tired of fighting with window management. At first I figured it would be good practice for the lab, but now I’m just tired of messing with windows, so … Continue reading

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Finished 2009

I finished adding the posts from 2009, will start on 2010 soon.

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Resurrecting the Site

Last year my blog got infected with a virus and rather than pay my hosting provider to clean it, I decided to turn it off.  Unfortunately I used to use it for reference because I knew I had some random … Continue reading

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Hello World

Hello world!

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ELK Stack

My basic configuration. rsyslog –> Logstash –> Elasticsearch –> Kibana with GeoIP At this time I do not plan to proxy Kibana with Nginx. The goal here is to keep the setup and configuration as simple as possible. Versions: CentOS … Continue reading

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Linux iSCSI Multipath on NetApp

Linux iSCSI multipath on NetApp Install the iSCSI and multipath rpms. A little note about initiator naming. I tried to change mine to be similar to how we set up targets on Linux and fumbled around for hours. When I … Continue reading

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