My most recently collection of interesting bits of data found out on the blogsphere/internets. Due to my lack of time, I’ve decided to recycle what I find out on the ‘net and share it here. Please bare with me while I try to come up with an interesting name for such an unoriginal type of post.
Juniper/Junos Portable Library
Greg Ferro ala Etherealmind.com posted an interesting link. Instead of hiding their documentation behind a pay-wall, Juniper has supplied all of it via a mutli-part zip files. As Greg mentioned, loading these on your iPad is a great option for the engineer on the go! [link]
Cisco’s failure to provide IPv6 – Updated!
Ivan Pepelnjak from ioshints.info has some pleasant surprises for us in the Cisco-land with an update on Cisco’s IPv6 support in their data center products. [link]
Nexus 1000v features
Yandy Ramirez aka
Packet Maniac has put together a great Mindmap detailing the features of the Nexus 1000v. [ link] **broken links
IOU – IOS on Unix
More news from Jeremy Gaddis ala Evilrouters.net. He has not only documented the use of, but improved the functionality of the iou2net.pl perl script that replaces the functionality of the hard to come by IOUlive. [link]
Cisco Phone Cheat Codes?
Yes, you had to read that title twice. Tom Hollingsworth aka Networkingnerd.net has put together a cheat sheet for those of us that tend to forget the keypad shortcuts for Cisco’s phone line. [link]
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