Monthly Archives: December 2017

New site

I hosted my website and blog on a virtual machine that I rented. After a power failure the virtual machine’s hard drive was corrupted and I lost some data. Below this post are a few old articles I managed to … Continue reading

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VTP : Moving to another VTP domain

We use VTP to propagate VLAN defenitions to all of our switches. There are cons to the use of VTP but I feel the benfit of not having to configure the VLANs on dozens of switches (or more) can sometimes … Continue reading

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DHCP Snooping

Recently I had to enable DHCP Snooping on the production network in our office. Although DHCP Snooping is a topic in my recent SWITCH studies, I found the documentation a bit less than desirable. It was easy finding an explanation … Continue reading

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Remote desktop to a Windows XP / 2003 machine over IPv6

Just a quick post to share a neat trick. Some of my older systems still run XP and/or Windows 2003, and I’m probably not alone. This is an older post that I saved from my old blog, I don’t run … Continue reading

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