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Technology in the air

René Jorissen on December 12, 2009 0 Comments

Technology and high-tech is evolving and keeps evolving. Everything you almost wish for is present in your phone. Take my Nokia E71 and my iPhone as an example. Together they almost represent a full work space for me. I have e-mail, agenda and contacts synchronized. There are multiple VPN capabilities to connect to the office … Read More

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Website Cisco

René Jorissen on December 10, 2009 0 Comments

What is happing with Cisco’s website? Lately I am having serious problems. At a glance: I just cannot register 4IP as Channel Partner. The Partner Registration Database isn’t responding. There is a TAC case for this issue, but still no luck even after hundreds of mails and phone calls; CCO login problems. I cannot login, … Read More

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-12-06

René Jorissen on December 6, 2009 0 Comments

@mramsmeets Like I said, they are just lucky. We already did the Johnny Loftis 4 years ago. # RT @NetGeNoten: Nieuwe NGN-blog: Wireshark Tip: mark packets http://bit.ly/7Mr5EI # Watching K-1 fighting…are they lucky that I'm lying on the couch! ;-) # Powered by Twitter Tools

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GNS3 supports JunOS

René Jorissen on December 6, 2009 0 Comments • Tags: #cisco #emulate #firewall #gns3 #juniper #junos #router

A lot of you will know GNS3. GNS3 is a graphical network simulator that allows simulation of complex networks. With GNS3 you can simulate multiple Cisco routers and the Cisco PIX firewall. GNS3 allows you to emulate real Cisco IOS images, design and experiment with complex networks, connect the virtual lab to the real world … Read More

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Google Public DNS

René Jorissen on December 4, 2009 3 Comments • Tags: #dns #google #public

I just read an article about Google publishing a Public DNS service. Google Public DNS is a free, global DNS resolution service. Google recommends using their Public DNS server as an alternative to your current DNS servers. To try it out: Configure your network settings to use the IP addresses and as your … Read More

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Barracuda – Outbound SMTP Host/Smart Host in Build

René Jorissen on December 3, 2009 0 Comments • Tags: #barracuda #build012 #host #outbound #relaying #smart #smtp

When upgrading from a build older then to a build 0.12 or above, you should pay attention to the Outbound SMTP host/Smart host configuration. This picture below shows the configuration option. The release notes tell the following: Fix: Now honors outbound BASIC > Administration > ‘SMTP host/Smarthost’ for mail delivery when relaying (recipient domain … Read More