Category Archives: Routing

Backing up Lab Routers

I have put quite a bit of work into my lab routers and the configurations, enough that I have begun to worry about about how much work it would be to replace my current set up. I have been backing … Continue reading

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VIRL on Bare Metal

I just fought installing VIRL on bare metal for nearly four days. I worked my way through multiple how-to’s and installed it three different times. Eventually I gave up doing it by the book and tried my own thing. First, … Continue reading

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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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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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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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