Archive for January, 2012
The following site on vmware explains and demonstrates this step.
Extending partitions in Windows using DiskPart
To enable netflow on a Cisco router type the following from the console enable screen.
ip flow-export source fastethernet0/0
ip flow-export version 5
ip flow-export destination 220.127.116.11 2055
ip flow egress
ip flow ingress
ip route-cache flow
These commands will enable netflow both Inbound, (ingress = traffic coming to the device or interface) and Outbound, (egress = traffic leaving the device) on a Cisco router and send the traffic to a device on the ip address 18.104.22.168. Please note that the device on 22.214.171.124 is listening for netflow traffic on udp port 2055
To see netflow traffic from the console type “show ip cache flow”
See a video here.
This tool analyzes a computer and provides a summary of how secure or insecure it is. Some of the things it checks for are security updates that have not yet been installed, settings that are not recommended (such as weak passwords, disabled firewall, etc), running services that may not be necessary, network shares, and more. This program can be a valuable tool for IT professionals, but it can also help average users who want to make sure their computers are as secure as possible.
2. Run the installer and follow the simple on-screen instructions.
3. Extract the contents of “win98boot” to a location that is readily accessible.
4. Run the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool that was just installed. Choose your flash drive from the drop down list at the top. Also make sure that the file system is set to FAT32.
5. Under Format Options tick the “Create a DOS startup disk” option. Click the “…” button near the empty text box to browse to the location of where you extracted the Windows 98 MS-DOS System Files.
6. Click the “Start” button.
Openfiler converts an industry standard x86/64 architecture system into a full-fledged NAS/SAN appliance or IP storage gateway and provides storage administrators with a powerful tool to cope with burgeoning storage needs. Building upon the popularity of server virtualization technologies such as VMware, Virtual Iron, and Xen, Openfiler can also be deployed as a virtual machine instance.