Author Archives: koolbeans
I’m currently running 10.0.3.2 of ZCM and am prepping to make the move to 10.1.1, which will require a DVD install. I want to make sure that my stuff is backed up before I do this! Here’s how: From the … Continue reading
There has been a lot of buzz lately about the long-awaited release of SP1 for Vista. There has also been no shortage of press articles about how Microsoft has released a dud of a product, and how everyone should wait … Continue reading
I’m getting better, actually. I haven’t posted anything on here yet for 2008, but I promise that I’ve got some stuff coming up. Stay tuned.
Pretty simple, but slightly different: write net running-config 22.214.171.124:config.txt where 126.96.36.199 is the IP of the TFTP server.
Well I just got back from a week-long vacation in the carribbean last week, and I’m finding it mighty hard to get back in gear. I haven’t posted much on here lately, especially not anything particularly interesting, just a couple … Continue reading
I’ve played around with each of these a pretty good bit. I run IPCop at home and at a customer site, and pfSense I’ve messed with off and on, and have been impressed by it’s performance and features. Despite what … Continue reading
It’s been a long while since I’ve posted anything here, been really busy with a lot of different projects. The one I’m most proud of is setting up a fiber WAN connecting 5 sites @ a gig. It’s fast, really … Continue reading
First off, let me say that fiber optic connections using Procurve equipment do not auto-negotiate. And yet, there is a setting to set your mini-GBIC (SFP) to 100-half, 100-full, 1000-half, 1000-full, and even auto-1000. This is retarded. Fiber by it’s … Continue reading
Your certificates need to already be in order for this to actually work. I’ve had iManager 2.5 blown up on my iPrint server for a few weeks now, which means I haven’t been able to do any administration of my … Continue reading
If you deal with imaging a lot, you’ve probably run into a situation where you have some local users on a workstation that you don’t want to be there, maybe they were creating during the OS install or whatever. It’s … Continue reading