I recently had to enable some of my mobile Mac clients with Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for Mac. Then, of course since the ASA only included 2 SSL VPN licenses and that’s what the AnyConnect VPN Client uses I had to purchase some additional licenses. I purchased the licenses through a reseller & a couple days later they […]
Recently some of our mobile users needed to connect to one of our networks that’s protected by a pair of Cisco ASA firewalls. It was no problem for the Windows users as I already had what I needed in place, however it was a different story for our Mac users. Since it had been a while since I […]
If you’re like me you don’t allocate all disks to a SAN out of the gate. I like to keep a little in reserve so I can add capacity when needed. Then, once all the disks are added I’ll usually pickup a couple more disks and keep those in reserve. In either case once it comes time to […]
A few months ago I got a new work computer. Since it was a good opportunity to start fresh I didn’t transfer all the programs from my old one to the new. And one of them I neglected to transfer was ASDM. I wasn’t too worried about it since I often manage my ASA firewalls via the terminal […]
I’m no fan of Apple, but as a techie I have a profound respect for Steve Jobs and everything he’s done for my industry, for computing in general and for consumer electronics. Well done Steve!
I’ve been using Amazon EC2’s Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) for a couple years now to load balance web applications, and for the most part it’s been great. The one draw back I’ve run into is that IIS logs the load balancer’s private IP address as the c-ip address, rather than the client’s actual IP address. Essentially the ELB acts […]