One of the things I’ve been spending a portion of my time focusing on for the past ten months is the networking side of the house, and more specifically Cisco. I’ve had the pleasure of working with a client who is a Microsoft shop to the max. We made a decision early on to commit to a Cisco powered network infrastructure at this client, as well as to utilize Red Hat Linux servers in a few situations. These decisions have brought some interesting challenges that I’ve never tackled before, most notably how to tie everything back to Active Directory and … Continue reading How to authenticate against Active Directory from Cisco IOS
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I had some issues with the server this site is hosted on the last week of May/first week of June. Six weeks later I've finally gotten everything all fixed. I took the downtime as an oppurtunity to upgrade the software that runs this site and think about some new idas for blog posts. I've got some other ideas for this site and there will be some changes that I'm going to try. I also turned comments back on, so I'm going to see how that goes. If it doesn't go well they'll get turned off. This new software seems to … Continue reading Site Fixed