I started to think about what happened in 2014 and decide which events changed networking.
Archives for December 2014
When installing Fibre Optic cable care must be taken to ensure that cable is not bent beyond a certain radius. Most people believe this is to prevent breaking of the fibre core but there is a worse scenario.
Many old-style marketing people believe that capturing your contact information is the first step in making a sale. But any capture of your personal information is also leaking critical security information about your organisation, technology and personnel that are perfect for reconnaisance.
It is common to allocate /24 or /22 subnets to a single VLAN but William writes to ask why and whether is related to broadcasts. What is the best subnet size for VLAN allocation and why ? The answer isn’t what you think.
Howard Marks from Deep Storage and long-term curmudgeon sent Ethan & I the following email: As I continue to tilt at the VMware windmill I’m facing fanbois telling me that all you have to do is plug the EVO:RAIL in and turn it on. This of course leaves out the fact that the little sucker still […]