Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 29th June 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: The SDN Opportunity – Juniper outlines their SDN “strategy” at Interop in Tokyo. It seems to me that they are only remessaging their existing (very good) APIs and […]
Archives for June 2012
Omar Sultan writes on the Cisco Data & Cloud blog ….. We continue to strongly support ONF and its efforts related to SDN and our support has and will continue to been demonstrated in tangible ways. One of the elements of the Cisco ONE announcement is onePK, which is an enabling technology and one of the […]
When working on NX-OS it’s kind of annoying to attempt to use a feature that hasn’t been enabled and get an error message. Why not get an “not enabled” or “not licensed” error message ?
Manager: “Hello IT Department, this is the self important manager from the Inner Tanzanian sales team”
Helldesk: ” Hello again, sir”
Sometimes you need to use many different Proxy Auto Configuration files with a web browser, usually when testing or trying out new installation of the proxy servers.