Because I’m a nerd, on Saturday morning I started developing the topologies I’m going to use to conduct some more thorough VyOS testing.
I’ve discovered something in VyOS that might be “a showstopper” in terms of using it in production…
VyOS is a lot faster than I originally thought…
We’ve had a few summer interns around the office this summer… As they are getting ready to head back to school for the fall semester, one of them asked if I had any advice. This is what I sent:
Severe weather here in my area… Power dropped 5 times in about 5 minutes.
Just some photos from my California trip…
I haven’t posted anything in a month. June has been, how do you say? Busy.
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One of the reasons I wanted to build a virtualized environment was so that I could easily test and tinker with new things, and build isolated, sometimes complex, environments. Of particular interest to me, of course, is virtualized routers.
Finally got around to getting a new switch for the house. I’d been looking at either a Ubiquiti UniFi US-24-250W, or a Cisco SG300-28. A part of me really wanted to go with Ubiquiti, just to see how well it integrated with the UniFi controller software. I’ve been very please with my Access Point, and I like the controller a lot. In the end, it came down to price.