Category Archives: Networking

Nutanix File Services

Nutanix File Services Setup When this post was written, the File Services feature was in tech preview A couple weeks ago I helped a client setup file services on a POC (Proof of Concept) cluster.  Below is the walkthrough. For this post PRISM has already been completely configured and domain authentication has been setup and… Read More »

Home Troubleshooting

This is what every IT person want to do when they get home… Troubleshooting The last week I have had issue with my internet connection. I currently have a Sophos UTM virtual appliance and an Sophos AP-15. I was starting to believe that this was my bottle neck. Let me step back a little bit.… Read More »

Learning NSX: High-Level Architecture, Part 1

High-Level Architecture, Part 1 This blog post will start a series of posts describing my endeavor to gain more knowledge about Network Sky X (NSX). If anyone knows what NSX really stands for, post a comment. NSX, in my opinion, is great component of the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). VMware has formally asked the vExpert Community to… Read More »

Scope it out

Scope it out! Most of you reading this post know of scope creep or have experienced it. Let me explain for those of you that do not know scope creep. Scope creep happens when the project that is currently being deployed was never completely scoped out. Let me give you and example. In a VDI… Read More »

Dell SecureWorks

Dell SecureWorks The company I work for has used SecureWorks before I started. I really never realized how much they are doing. Here is a short description form Wiki. SecureWorks was founded as a privately held company in 1998 by Michael Pearson and Joan Wilbanks. In 2002 Michael R. Cote became President and CEO. In 2005,… Read More »

NPS Setup for a Secure Wireless network

NPS Setup for a Secure Wireless network The first task in setting up Windows 2008 or higher Enterprise CA.  This is to allow auto Certificate request. You need to be running Windows 2008 Enterprise edition or Windows 2012. Make sure your domain functional level is at least at Windows Server 2003. Create a security group… Read More »