• Release of aslookup

    Recently I have been hacking away at some C code, I had wanted to create a tool to lookup Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Autonomous System (AS) numbers from the command line with ease. I had some time, so I decided to code a little. I was able to create this tool for performing BGP AS Number […]

    Dec 14th, 2016 • Filed under Bash, Linux, Networking, Routing, TroubleshootingPrint View
  • Service Tags! Services Tags! Get Your Services Tags!

    Dell in their infinite wisdom came up with a unique identifier for their products, they call it Service Tag. This identifier is retrievable through software on most Dell equipment. This can be most useful when creating tickets and verify other product information (warranty, configuration). How to get Service Tag information from a switch: console#show system […]

    Jul 13th, 2016 • Filed under Dell, EqualLogic, Linux, Microsoft, Troubleshooting, WindowsPrint View
  • Hidden Remote Shutdown Tool

    When administering servers remotely, there will come a time when you have to reboot a batch of servers of Windows servers. Now you could drop to Power Shell and knock out a script that could easily do this task, but at some point you will have to type out the name of every server, and […]

    Dec 24th, 2011 • Filed under Troubleshooting, WindowsPrint View
  • Ping Multiple Hosts from IOS (Tcl Script)

    We all look for ways to make our job easier, it’s this reason a lot of people will use a GUI over the CLI, but for me it’s CLI all the way, that is probably why I love Linux and IOS so much. But, at times there lacks a feature or two you wish you […]

    Jul 22nd, 2011 • Filed under IOS, Scripts, Tcl, TroubleshootingPrint View
  • Order of NAT Processing

    Just a quick post about NAT processing when it comes to the Cisco ASA platform. When configuring different types of NAT (NAT Exemption, Policy NAT) there can be some overlap. The Cisco ASA will run through the NAT translation types configured on the firewall, until the first match is found. Here is the list in […]

    May 22nd, 2011 • Filed under ASA, NAT, Routing, TroubleshootingPrint View
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