DHCP client testing tool

DHCP is vastly growing in service provider networks for broadband subscribers, I had the chance to work lately with a some of these setups. The protocol is really easy to configure for broadband and provide many benefits.  It has lower overhead compared to PPPOE and it is much more suitable …

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Few ways scripting can keep you sane

C’est la vie, it has been almost a year since I posted on the blog, a year full of change,  but here I am kicking up again with this simple short post about how scripting could save you time and effort on daily basis. I know most of you might …

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BGP Weight Attribute

BGP weight attribute is a Cisco proprietary path attribute that is local to the router and is used to influence local path selection on a certain router. BGP weight is the first in the list: BGP weight is the first tie breaker for best path selection on a Cisco router, …

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IPv6 Tutorial

This is a collected IPv6 tutorial form IPv6 posts we have written and should be a good starting point for anyone who is just learning about IPv6. IPv6 was first formally described in Internet standard document RFC 2460. IPv6 offers more addresses, and implements features not present in IPv4. It …

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BGP Attributes List

BGP Attributes are pieces of information that a BGP router attaches to describe different prefixes included in it’s BGP update messages. There is a variable sequence of BGP attributes in every update message except for those that carries only withdrawn routes. Each attribute is a TLV that consists of attribute …

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The Importance of Networking

Networking is constantly being promoted throughout a huge range of industries, and is generally being seen as more valuable than ever before. However, all too often, it can be swept under the carpet. Those of us who work with technical industries can be particularly prone to not making the most …

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