My posts about issues concerning Linux OS and network administration

Network Topology

Configuring NSEL (Netflow Secure Event Logging) with Cisco ASA and Centos 6 server

Posted on:
Friday, March 8th, 2013
Author:
Tomas Brandysky

These are the steps we need to do to make everything work together: Enable NetFlow feature on ASA box Install nfdump and nfsen software to collect the data from ASA Install and configure web server (eg. Apache) to make the graphs accessible via web browser 1. ASA setup ASA 5000 series comes with NetFlow version […]

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IP segments, DNS zones and hostname best practice

Posted on:
Thursday, July 24th, 2008
Author:
Tomas Brandysky

Once I needed to come up with some reasonable convention of network and DNS zoning as the company network should have consist of few offices connected together with few more server housing centres. IP segments, DNS zoning and hostname conventions must have been taken into account. I was given a free hand as any sofisticated […]

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Choosing an open source configuration management software – Part 2

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Wednesday, March 26th, 2008
Author:
Tomas Brandysky

Puppet vs Cfengine

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Choosing an open source configuration management software – Part 1

Posted on:
Saturday, March 15th, 2008
Author:
Tomas Brandysky

I started to work for a new company as IT Administrator one month ago. Since there is a lot of hard work to do, all concerning network changes and network services I of course started to look around a bit for couple of mostly open source tools that could come in handy during network administration. […]

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