Recently, I built myself a nice VMWare vSphere server. I’ll cover the server setup itself in more detail sometime, but once I got it kicking I decided I should find some novel (for me, at least) ways to use it. As I looked around my home network trying to find improvements to make with the vast powers of virtualization, my gaze settled on my little Cisco ASA5505 home firewall.
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Tales of the network reformation
Jottings on the intersection of tech and humanness
Ramblings about my thoughts, experiences, and ideas.
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Attaining my CCIE with the help of Warhammer 40k
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Making Packets Do Silly Things
Jonathan Davis (@subnetwork) keeps layers 1-7 working so that Layer 8 can be productive.