Category Archives: Code

Webmail with SSL Certificates

This stack is part of a larger project that I created nearly ten years ago. I am on the fourth rewrite of this for some internal email. We are in the process of migrating from Cyrus and Squirrelmail to Dovecot … Continue reading

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Linux NAT with a Web Interface

In 2006 I wrote a web interface for Linux NAT tables. It was not pretty, but it moved NAT from the core routers or firewalls onto a server that the PC Techs could manage. The goal was to push management … 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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Hacking the 7926G MIDlet Deployment

I really struggled with the deployment of MIDlets to the phone. What should have been simple, became convoluted because I did not change a mime type on the web server. As a result I emailed back and forth with my … Continue reading

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Hacking the 7926G MIDlet Development

Requirements The hospital is forming our plan to handle closed loop medication administration. What that means to a patient is that their armband will scanned to verify who they are, then the medications will be scanned to verify what they … Continue reading

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Hacking the 7926G Getting Started

The past month I have been writing midlets for the 7926G Cisco IP phone. The interesting aspect of this phone for the hospital is that it has a barcode scanner built into the end of the phone. All of our … Continue reading

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TSHOOT Tickets

I took and did not pass my TSHOOT exam last week. Bummer. I had not studied specifically for the test very hard. In my mind I had already started thinking about the CCIE written and even started doing the “easy” … Continue reading

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