Have you ever wanted to go back in time and review output or input from a terminal session? Have you ever wanted to present undeniable proof about your CLI syntax, with time stamps, to your team or a customer?
If your answers to the above questions is yes, then you should be logging your terminal sessions.
Logging your sessions is a simple, yet a very important CYA policy that you should be practicing.
I have been running 220.127.116.11 on my private controller for a while. The 7.6 rev has been deferred and is no longer available – Not that you want it.
As most of you, my home network is of the utmost priority :0). I have challenging end users and making a change requires a series of change control approvals. I was finally able to secure an outage window and I am upgrading my WLC code.
FlexConnect – The artist formerly known as H-REAP…
I am familiar with office extend AP technology, but I have not yet experienced FlexConnect in practicality. I recently ran into an environment that had FlexConnect AP’s and I was encouraged to learn a bit more about the mechanics of FlexConnect.
Today I am reviewing RF interference during my self study session. I am paying special attention to co-channel interference and adjacent channel interference.
Have you ever wondered how to take a screen shot using the Windows Snipping Tool while a menu is open? You have probably noticed that a mouse hovered menu will disappear when you engage the snipping tool.
So… How do you do it?