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HPE switch and SSH filetransfer

René Jorissen on December 17, 2017 0 Comments • Tags: #filetransfer #hpe #ssh

Upgrading firmware on switches, routers and/or firewalls is a common task for network administrators. Normally I am used to downloading the new firmware from the console of the switch. I normally download the software from a (T)FTP server. While configuring a bunch of HPE 2930F switches for SSH access I noticed that I had the … Read More

Configuration Example, Security

Tunneling sessions via Plink

René Jorissen on August 25, 2010 7 Comments • Tags: #plink #ssh #tunnel

Plink stands for PuTTY Link and is a command-line connection tool similar to Unix ssh. As a networking consultant I often need to support customers from remote locations. Access to their networking equipment is mostly blocked from unknown locations. Sometimes it is allowed to directly access networking equipment, like a company firewall, from a known … Read More

Configuration Example, Firewalling

Secure Copy Server Cisco ASA

René Jorissen on September 16, 2008 1 Comment • Tags: #asa #asdm #copy #puttyscp #scopy #scp #secure #server #ssh

Lately there are a lot of changes in the firmware and the ASDM for the Cisco ASA firewalls. This means a lot of copying from files to the flash memory of the specific appliances. Normally when upgrading the software from an appliance I use a computer on the customer network. This could be my own … Read More