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This goes to show...
...that you always need to use your brain when you use your computer! Regardless of what kind it is and how "safe" it is perceived to be.
Good luck with that of course.
Sup720 today? Line rate with 10G cards? Performance mode gives you line rate with the sacrificing of ports being usable (silly line card option if you use this IMO).
If you like Cisco (I do) then you would not be looking at the 6500 any more. Like was said earlier it is going out. Nexus switches are doing the bizz these days, complete with virtualised options (xx1000v etc).
The 6500 still has its place - mainly for enterprise/campus LAN switching. Particularly high density access layer.
Also, plugging servers into the core? How do they talk to other hosts in other locations? Data Centre redundancy? Stops being the core then doesnt it? WTF?
One would assume
That a Bitcoin exchange would have far less resources (ie money - virtual or otherwise) to protect against this sort of activity than a "real" bank with a turnover in the vicinity of however many billions.
You know why they charge so much for postage/IT/TVs/Cars?
Because they CAN and they KNOW that people will pay for it - even when you account for the ~10% with the nouse to purchase overseas (obviously cant happen with cars) and import it themselves.
Good on them
Nice to see improvisation leading to the ability to help so many people in the face of adversity. I'm sure this is not the only thing they, and others like them in other locations, are trying to improve people's lives around the world.
Such as a Horta?
Why is it?
That I used to be all excited when an update came through for my Mac 5-10 years ago because all this cool new stuff was going to happen, but now I dread an update and wait months to install it because all this nasty crap happens?
I used to be able to say that "it just works" about my Apple stuff but not so much these days.
Re: A few corrections
Nice work mate! Keep it up :)
Yes the IPv4 space is running on vapour.
And I know of quite a few businesses who have their own public IPs which are being used for internal PC use. One in particular even uses their own /8 for desktop PCs (if I said what the /8 was then you would be able to find out who the organisation was - but a hint is they spell it "organization")
Do I approve? Hardly... but I cant see ANY business which has such a valuable commodity surrendering it because someone else is asking for it or feels a little sad they don't have such a resource to waste.
Having said this, it further solidifies the need for IPv6 to be released on a wide scale in my view. Then no one will care about all these poxy 8-24 bit address ranges that people might be pilfering. One anti-IPv6 view is who is going to budget for the labour and kit to implement it within the enterprise - although this is another discussion entirely.
What is most likely to happen with the subject's /24 is his employer will require it for some kind of deployment in the near future and naturally this fun little exercise will cease when that happens. Until then just enjoy the humorous side of it and/or get over it.
Nice to see
That someone is putting their CCIE to a better use than what I am!
Even if this thing is one solid ingot of iron/some other metal (as opposed to an oxide or some other ore) how is it to be forged into something useful? Where are you getting the equipment (ie some kind of forge/mould/press) to shape the metal(s) into useful items, and where is the energy to power said equipment?
The article talks of using the minerals (including water) whilst in space, as opposed to recovery and bringing to earth, I am wondering how.
Second round warmup
How long until it farts and is process switching?
ASIC performance? Ports per ASIC?
Really all the article mentions is usage in a standalone access layer model, with no core or distribution layer. Hardly a real test.
Digging holes in the ground runs out of resources, recycling old things (ship breaking has been around for centuries for example) and all else becomes less viable, then going to the bottom of the Marianas Trench, Antarctica (conservation and military treaties will be ignored) and going into space to find stuff becomes more viable.
I'm thinking of going to Uni to do a Masters in XXX
Uni 1's XXX course has a domestic and also overseas residential components, and costs many $$ more than Uni 2's XXX offering.
I personally can't see the value in these portions of the offering, so I will likely pursue option 2.
My point? Simple. I'm not going to hack Uni 1 in "protest" because I dont like their offering. They make it clear from the start where your fees are going, I am going to choose the offering which suits me. It really should not be that difficult. "Anonymous" or those who purport to be associated with them can GGF just because someone offers a product that gets them in a tiff (although I am happy for them to continue their crusades against kiddie porn and the like).
Tell me something
Why did it take 8 years from Kennedy's announcement that the US were commited to "landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth" to fruition but this seems to be going on forever?
Especially considering my phone has more computing horsepower than the spacecraft and mission control comouters combined?
As opposed to traditional voice where someone can plug a buttinski into a frame and/or pit and listen to anyone they feel like?
I'm a skydiver...
...and I would love for my gear to be made out of this stuff. Stronger than steel and a whole rig weighing 2kg. Awesome!
Not condoning this behaviour here...
But SMS is a medium that is recorded, and stays as such until actively deleted. If you are carnt enough to do all this, wouldn't it better to NOT have it written down and stored for all the world to see? ie phone call?
I actually like Apple "stuff"
But if someone can give me a dumbarse screen with a decent picture quality, no tuner, no media functions, no fancy crap I'd buy one tomorrow.
A disposable TV to go with my phone/computer/whatever I refresh every 12-24 months? I dont think so Tim!
I've heard this before
I remember hearing a similar huff and puff centred around the CCIE certification. Sure, since I've got mine my prospects have changed and it's all good, but I am not conviced that the benefits have outweighed the commitment of both time and money invested.
If anything, wages in the industry have gone down steadily in recent years, mine have that's for sure. When the buzz dies from this one and world + dog has it, then it will wind up being a pre requisite for a mid level role (like CCIE is becoming/has become) as opposed to a measure of who the "elite" are.
Second, NOTHING beats experience, not even the most hard certification in the world. End of story.
... that their "confidential" and otherwise critical data is somehow accessible from the internet. What is ok is that they are not giving in and paying up. That will only set a precedent.
Having said that, I'm sure that paying someone to fix it would cost more than the $4k too.
I recall a time where I was working in a medical imaging company (they were a client of my employer) many years ago and they required an Ethereal (now known as Wireshark) trace run on their network to check a performance issue. I performed the tests, and to my horror I could see confidential patient data appearing on my screen in the dump. This data was not a part of the application which required the performance test, but was still being presented in cleartext anyway. One would think this sort of thing should be encrypted by default, even on a LAN, and even a "trusted" person such as myself should NOT be able to read it even accidently like I did. This whole thing where the crooks can get to it from the internet just takes it to a whole new level, and I am sure they are not alone in being this vulnerable.
Re: Tell us the important news...
>>how many people who shelled out for a 5 last month are going to shell out again for a 5S next month?
Probably the same people who bought the 4th iPad 6 months after the third one.
I wish you waited to post this article
I'm in San Jose from Australia for two weeks doing a training course.
The old days
Ahhhh X25. Those were the days. When stuff just worked (after lots of messing around with no google there to see if someone else wrote about it in a blog post). Give me a VT100. They used to just work too.
Cheers to all the bits and pieces that have either grown or fallen aside to get us where were are today.
Boos to those who see the word "Iran" or "Islamic" and instantly assume it means "al-Qaeda" or "terrorist"
The old days...
I remember when Dick Smith Electronics used to sell electronics. My first foray into techo stuff came at the age of about 8 when my dad bought me a Funway Electronics kit. It all just came from there.
The chain sold today is nothing more than a poor excuse for a box shipping company where everything costs 10x what it should, with staff that really dont know very much at all.
Can you use Bitcoins outside of Tor or some other nefarious place? I can see the benefits of an "opt in global currency" but where?
Serious query btw.
Sure it might not be as "green"
But it is not going to run out any time soon, and you can simply grow more crops to increase production. Dinosaur juice WILL run out one day.
*Disclaimer It would be nice if you could grow the necessary corn, sugar, whatever in a nice and friendly manner but I am sure it will come one day.
Re: Blue US Robotics Sportster....
I remember, back in the day, still learning this stuff, installing some 32k Frame Relay circuit when the old and wise guy (who I thought was super awesome and still do) told me that he knew things were starting to get fast when he could no longer read the text in realtime as it appeared on his Teletype.
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