Various options to display the configured Pre-share key on a site-to-site vpn configure on a Cisco ASA.
Language learningFiled Under: Language learning
Hi all, As you may be aware I speak fluently Spanish (mother tongue) and English (I live in the UK) and I being learning Japanese now for a few years, but being doing it not in the most efficient way and haven’t being so focus on my study so is being taking me a really […]
Knowledge and experience to achive wisdomFiled Under: Interesting
This is probably what everyone should try to do in every field they work. Specially, I like the last phrase in the post, from my favorite movie. “there’s a difference between knowing the path and walking the path… Morpheus, The Matrix (Movie)” Knowledge + Experience = Wisdom — My Etherealmind
Feedburner deprecatedFiled Under: News
Well here are some possible sad news. Google has decided to do some spring cleaning in their APIs and have deprecated Feedburner. The reason for what I post this is that for this site I was using feedburner for my RSS feeds but now I don’t know if to continue with feedburner anymore or just […]
20 lessons in lifelong learningFiled Under: Interesting
Well if you a reading this site, you probably interesting into increasing you knowledge to the ultimate level, so here is a nice article about lifelong learning. Lifelong Learning – 20 lessons Here is a nice phrase related to this: “You are better than yesterday, but worse than tomorrow”
Enterasys SNMP tutorial updateFiled Under: News
Just a quick post that I have updated the tutorial for configuring SNMP in Enterasys switches to include configuration of SNMPv3. Here is a link to the post.
IPv6 insecuritiesFiled Under: Firewalls and Security, Networks
IPv6 insecurities presentation that appeared in the Chaos Computer Club last year.
Even though there are many tutorials regarding the installation of Snort and BASE in the internet, here is my version of a tutorial with my experiences installing BASE and Snort in a distributed way (a management server and multiple sensors) under OpenBSD 4.7.
IPv6 address text representationFiled Under: Networks
Finally a recommended way to represent IPv6 addresses.
As most of the people will be working under some executive holding most of the company decisions, here are two articles that will make you possible think in a different way next time you are confronted by a dubious decision made by an executive (but this doesn’t imply that they will be always be right). […]