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Index of Articles




This is a complete List of all aritcles within the site. If it's not on this list, it's not here! I know, they aren't in alphabetical order. Sorry

HOWTO - Mapping a network drive via command line with credentials - This articles provides information about specifying alternate creditials for mapping a drive between two computers

Extreme Networks: Downloading new software image - This article provides information on how to download a new software image to an extreme switch.

Juniper SRX save config to USB drive - This article provides a method for mounting a USB drive and saving the current configuration to it.

Juniper SRX logoff session - This articles provides information about logging out an idle or disconnected session on the SRX series firewalls.


HOWTO - Juniper SRX Cluster Configuration - This articles provides information about creating an active-passive cluster between two SRX550 firewalls.

Migrating to a New Linux Server - This articles provides information about migrating Linux web servers.

Active-Active Load Balancing Configurations - This article provides information on load balancing using an active-active configuration. Active-active clusters are commonly used to serve high traffic websites, databases, and mail servers.

Using a TCP Offload Engine - This articles provides information about the use of TCP offload engines.

GFS vs. OCFS - This articles provides information about the GFS and OCFS high performance file systems.

HOWTO - Delete Files Before a Certain Date in Linux - This article provides methods for deleting all files before a certain date in Linux.

Using a Non-local Colocation Facility - This article provides insight on using a colocation facility which geographically located in a different place than it's administrators.

Inheriting Linux Server Administration Duties - This articles provides information about inheriting Linux server administration. Methodology and things to watch out for are discussed in detail.

IT Chop Shops - This articles provides information on the business model and operation of small IT service providers.

Flow Viewers: SFLOW, NetFLOW, and JFLOW - This article contains information about different types of flows used in network troubleshooting.

Microsoft Exchange Back Pressure - TThis article contains information on Microsoft Exchange back pressure and how to deal with it.

HOWTO - Design and Configure a DMZ Network - This article illustrates how to design and configure the DMZ portion of a network.

Using public IP addresses behind a firewall - This article illustrates how to configure public IP space on the trust side of a firewall.

Public IPs and NAT on the same firewall - The following article illustrates how to configure public IP address space plus NAT addresses on the same firewall.

Overview of the Juniper SSG Series Firewalls - This article provides an overview of the Juniper SSG series firewalls. The SSG firewalls are feature-rich powerful with models for everything from SMB to the enterprise.

IBM Blades: HS20 hard drive missing, won't boot - This article provides information on problems booting IBM HS20 blade servers. If your blade server is all the sudden not detecting it's IDE drive, read this article.

HOWTO - mySQL: upgrade version on Windows - This article provides information on how to effectively upgraded mySQL from version 5.0 to 5.1 on a Windows platform.

Level 3 Orlando Data Center - This is an overview of the Level3 Orlando facility located at 380 Lake Destiny Drive, Orlando, Florida.

Active Directory - This article is a plain and simple explanation of Microsoft Active Directory. What it is, and how it works.

550 Relay Error in Exim - This article provides information on errors you may experience using exim and CPanel.

Server Colocation - This article provides information on Colocation. Colocation is a great way to both save money and increase performance of server driven applications or resources.



IBM Thinkpad LAN Network Card Missing - This article describes the problem I had with my IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad z60m and T60. All of the sudden the network card is missing from the network connections in Windows XP.

Exchange POP3 Server Cannot Restart - Your Exchange 2003 POP3 service is not responding or still "starting."

The Sun Solaris OS - This article provides a somewhat opinionated view on Sun's Solaris operating system.

DNS - Resolving Domains to IP addresses - This article provides an overview of DNS.

RDNS - Reverse DNS Pointer Records - This article provides an overview of RDNS pointer records. These records are commonly used to identify the origin of host records.

The Lowdown on Coldfusion - This article provides an overview of the coldfusion programming language.

Installing Windows Server 2003 - This article provides information on how to install Windows Server 2003. This guide will help you install Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Web, Standard, or Enterprise Edition.

Effective Network Management - This article provides information on how to effectively manage/monitor a network.

Effective Server Management - This article provides information on how to effectively manage several types of servers.

Network Backups - Describes the reasoning and methods used for network backups. Both complete and incremental backup plans are discussed.

SONET Networks - Describes, in some detail, the configuration of SONET networks. It also describes where they are used, how they implemented, and what purpose they serve.

BITS Timing - Describes the method of timing signals used to synchronize data output in network devices. This is generally used by large-scale providers such ISPs.

BGP Networks - Describes the BGP protocol, what it is for, and it works. BGP routing is one of the most complex areas of networking.

Multiplexing - Describes the method of multiplexing. It is a method used in date networks to send data from multiple sources through one physical line.

Cisco IOS Cheat Sheet - These commands are used on all Cisco devices running the Cisco IOS.

Route Servers - Describes the function of route servers. Route servers are open to any user on the Internet and are a valuable resource for finding information about complex computer networks.

VLAN - Describes the concept of the VLAN. VLANs are commonly used to speed up networks and reduce congestion.

RFC - Describes what an RFC is, how they work, and why they are used.

DSLAM Equipment - Describes DSL cabinent equipment, it's configuration, and a short interview with a telco employee.

Wireless Towers - Describes equipment used with for the Sprint PCS wireless network. Also, a short interview with a telco employee.

Intrusion Detection Systems - Provides some information about intrusion detection systems. IDSs should be used in all networks small to large. It is a critical second stage of security after your firewall.

Routing - Describes the common interior protocols used by routers. This includes low and high-end routers.

Cisco Router Hardware - Describes the internal components of a cisco router.

Ports - Describes ports, how they are used, and how they work.

Telnet - Describes what telnet is and what it is used for.

Network Topology - Describes common topologies used for networking.

Network Hardware - Describes routers, switches, and hubs. It explains what they do andhow they different from each other.

DSL - Describes types, uses, and configurations of DSL connections. A brief history of the techonology is also provided.

Firewalls - Describes two different types of firewalls. Configuration and implementation are also discussed.

Proxy Servers - Describes the concept of proxy servers, which are widely used among businesses.

Intranets - Describes how intranets work and their common uses.

Digital vs. Analog - Describes the difference between digital and analog signals. Examples and digrams also.

TCP vs. UDP - Describes how TCP and UDP works, the difference between the two, and why you would choose one over the other.

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 - This article is a HOWTO on the installation and configuration of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.

Ad-Aware: Spyware Removal Software - This article provides a small tutorial on spyware removal.

108Mbit wi-fi routers: Fact of Fiction - This article describes the scam manufacturers are using to create 108Mb wi-fi routers.

Clarkconnect: Linux Router/Firewall - This article is a HOWTO on the installation and configuration of a dedicated Linux router/firewall using Clarkconnect.

Internet Backbones - This article describes Internet backbones; how they are constructed, and why they are used.

Using the Bash Shell - This article provides a simple overview of the basic commands executed by a bash shell.

Downloads Using BitTornado - BitTornado is an add-on package to BitTorrent.

Cracking Cisco Passwords - This article provides information on decrypting passwords stored in a Cisco router.

Do's and Don'ts of IT Professionals - This article provides some information on the do's and don'ts of I.T. professionals.

DivX File Format - This article provides basic information on the DivX Codec.

GFI LANguard: Network Security Scanner - GFI LANguard N.S.S. is an excellent tool that not only finds security problems and vulnerabilities, but tells you how to fix them.

Intranets - This article describes how intranets work and their common uses.

Cisco IOS Cheat Sheet - These commands are used on all Cisco devices running the Cisco IOS.

Entering the I.T. Field - This article provides an overview of the I.T. field and the general work habits of I.T. staff and tasks of system administrators.

Linux Runlevels - This article provides a overview of the runlevels used by Linux and Unix operating systems.

Tips for Learning I.T. - This article provides some information and tips on learning I.T. related topics and technologies.

Hacking Linksys Routers - This article describes how gain access to Linksys routers using the default password.

Linux Servers - This article provides an overview of the Linux operating system.

Linux Shell Environment - This article provides a overview of the Linux shell environment.

Mainframe Servers - This article goes through the basics of a mainframe server, including how they work and what they are used for.

NAT/IP Masquerading - This article describes the concept of NAT. If you are sharing a broadband connection (cable, DSL, etc) you're using NAT.

Netbux.org Scam or Not? - This article is about the Netbux.org "pay to surf" website.

Adding a Hard Drive in Linux - This article is a HOWTO for adding a new drive in Linux.

Oracle Database Software - This article provides information about the Oracle database software.

Safe Password Tips - This article describes methods that should be taken to create "safe" passwords.

Physical Network Security - This article describes, in some detail, a physical security audit.

Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol - This article describes the basic functionality of the remote desktop protocol (RDP).

Re-configuring a Server - This article provides the proper way to re-configure, migrate, or backup a server.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux - This article provides information about Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

LSI MegaRAID 500 on RHEL4 - This article describes the use of the LSI megaRAID 500 (475) with RHEL4 (Redhat Enterprise Linux 4).

mySQL server on RHEL3 - This article describes how to install mySQL server on RHEL3 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux).

RHEL4 Subscription Upgrades - This article describes the options of changing your subscription from RHEL3 to RHEL4 in regards to the Redhat Network.

Red Hat Network - This article provides an overview of the Red Hat Network.

Types of SCSI Drives - This article describes the use, purpose, and configuration of a SCSI drives.

Sega Genesis Emulator - This article provides some fun information Sega Genesis Emulator/ROM.

Choosing a Server Case - This article provides information about different server cases.

Smoothwall: Linux Router/Firewall - This article is a HOWTO on the installation and configuration of a dedicated Linux router/firewall using Smoothwall.

Moding Your Speakers - Plain and simple, this article tells you how to paint your speakers. Its easier than you think.

Spoofed DoS Attacks - This article is a HOWTO on DoS attacks using spoofed packets.

SQUID: Linux Webcache/Proxy Server - This article is a HOWTO on the installation and configuration of SQUID.

SSH: Secure Shell - This article describes the SSH protocol, how it is used, and how it should be configured.

Subnet Cheat Sheet - This article describes commonly used subnet masks and hosts.

Synapse - This article is about synapse...

Downloads Using BitTorrent Files - This article provides all the information you need to start using torrent files.

Video Codecs and File Compression - This article provides basic information on popular codecs and video compression used in video files.

Linux VNCserver - This article is a HOWTO for running VNCserver on Linux.

Types of VPNs - This article describes the use of VPN technology.

Windows Servers - This article provides an overview of the Microsoft Windows Server OS.

Wired vs. Wireless - This article describes various aspects and the pros and cons of using wired/wireless devices.

XBOX MOD Chip Installation - Plain and simple, this article shows you how to install a mod chip.

Server Clustering - This article provides information about server clustering.

Manage Linux with Webmin - This article is a HOWTO on managing your Linux system with Webmin.

TCP vs. UDP
Juniper SRX anti-spam filtering config
Windows Server 2008 Clustering Configuration
Windows 2008 R2 Network Load Balancing (NLB)
Extreme Networks: Downloading new software image
Juniper SRX save config to USB drive
Juniper SRX logout sessions
Extreme Networks Syslog Configuration
Command line drive mapping
Neoscale vs. Decru
Data Security vs. Data Protection
Juniper SRX Cluster Configuration
HOWTO - Create VLAN on Extreme Switch
Using a Non-local Colocation Facility
Linux Server Administration
IT Chop Shops
Flow Viewers: SFLOW, NetFLOW, and JFLOW
Exchange 2007 Back Pressure
IPtables open port for specific IP
Politics in IT Departments
HOWTO - Block Dropbox
Cisco IOS Cheat Sheet
Subnet Cheat Sheet
Design a DMZ Network
How DNS works
Firewall Configuration
Juniper SSG Firewalls
Server Management
Configuring VLANs
Runlevels in Linux
Server Clustering
SONET Networks
The Red Hat Network
Server Colocation
Complicated Linux Servers
Dark Fiber
Data Center Network Design
Firewall Types
Colocation Bandwidth




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