SecureCRT Auto Logging How-To
This is a quick post to document the process I use to auto-log SecureCRT sessions.
I like to automatically log all sessions that I open, just so I have a record of all my keystrokes. It also helps when doing discovery operations so that I do not have to repeat logins to collect information that I may not have felt was important previously.[Read More]
Intel NUC Memory and BIOS Gotcha
Hugo + Staticman: Nested Replies and E-mail Notifications
In this post I want to cover the steps I went through to get Staticman nested comments and e-mail notifications working in Hugo.
Intro to Ansible for Networkers
I made this quick video as an “Ansible 101” type introduction for some networking friends that just wanted a high-level intro to playbook creation and logic. So, I hope you enjoy it and get something useful from it. Please feel free to comment with any questions you may have![Read More]
Cisco VIRL, pfSense, and Routed Management Networks
In this post I hope to quickly cover how I use pfSense to provide easily reachable management networks for simulations within VIRL.[Read More]
PlaystationVUE, Amazon FireTV, pfSense, and Traffic Limiting
All of the conclusions below were based off of my individual findings dealing with Vue and my cable provider. But, I used some parts of pfSense that a lot of people talk about and I thought it would be good to put it on paper for others to find.[Read More]
Reset Toner Counter on Brother HL-3170CDW
I thought I would make a quick post about how I reset the toner counters on my brother HL-3170CDW. I find myself having to search for these steps every few months.[Read More]
Cisco DMVPN Phase 3
I have a client with a data center, a headquarters/DR site, and a lot of branches spread out all over the world with Internet connectivity.
They are currently using static IPSEC Internet facing VPNs to connect to their data center and HQ environemts, but the company is hitting a growth spurt and they are quickly realizing this solution is becoming difficult to scale and manage with their limited in-house IT staff.[Read More]
Cisco IOS SSL VPN with AD/RADIUS Authentication
Now that Cisco has included SSL VPN licensing as part of the 15.3(3)M IOS I have had multiple clients ask about turning on the capability and reaching back into Active Directory for authentication.[Read More]