A short list of SOCKS Clients that I have used or know of Note that many programs have their own SOCKS client built in, many FTP clients such as Filezilla, WS FTP, Firefox and so on have built in support. You really need a client when you have an application that must use a proxy […]
Following on from yesterdays post I was looking at some of the options and realised that you actually set the size of you RDP console.Since I use a Mac Book Pro with a wide screen the standard resolution are not very helpful, and I like to have fixed size windows, changing them to use the […]
I have been working with Windows folks for a long time, and I have not seen this tool used before. As a networking guy maybe I missed it. I often deploy a number of Windows servers to monitor and manage networks (typically with open source and Ciscoworks). I recently discovered the MMC Snap-in for Remote […]
Mac OS X – Clearing or flushing the DNS Cache is regular occurrence for a network engineer. Once you go to a Web site, or do any DNS lookup, the IP gets cached for quite a while. This becomes a royal pain if youíre a systems administrator who is in the middle of migrating domains […]
I am often find myself needing to stop, make a configuration change to Dynagen, and then restart. To make sure I don’t miss anything I go to every screen and write the configuration.
In iTerm, there is the ability to send the same command to all screens at once, excellent!