Networking

 

Open Source Networking Talks - A series of short talks on networking with Open Source Tools - from IPv6 (Riley Chandler) to Network Monitoring (Tamara Funk) to Packet Sniffing (Josh Brown).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv6

 

 

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  • Doug N.

    Hey Tamara, do you have your notes posted somewhere? I don't care how long I have been doing this sort of thing, sometimes someone comes up with a new trick which makes you go "Hmmm... why didn't I think of that??"

    I am really bummed that I missed this, but if I have the gas to make it to the next one, expect to see me there!

    August 27, 2013

  • Josh B.

    Here are some of my notes from the presentation on packet sniffing. Hope yall find them helpful.

    http://pastie.org/8174942

    1 · July 25, 2013

  • Dan F.

    I wasn't sure about the general topic of Networking, IPV6 etc... But Riley Chandler really knows his stuff, and tells a compelling story of the history of this protocol. We discussed the origins of IPV4 and how Microsoft helped establish it, and followed through to present day and how IPv6 can be both a powerful tool for anonymizing our communications and a potential security hole with recent MS based implementations that cause all traffic to be passed through the MS headquarters. Coupled with a cool introduction to packet sniffing by Josh Brown (see WireShark, TCP dump), and a discussion of network monitoring with tools (see Cacti) by Tamara Funk, and you have one of the most informative and surprisingly compelling talks we've ever had.

    2 · July 25, 2013

  • Riley C.

    My doc is below that I had up if any wants it as a reference.

    http://home.ntelos.net/~rchandler/ipv6/

    1 · July 24, 2013

  • JC

    The talk on ipv6 was very informative (if a little over my head at times).

    1 · July 24, 2013

  • Tamara F.

    The tasting room at the White Lotus Tea Club in the front of our building will be open during tonight's meetup. Everyone is welcome to stop in and try their teas. Our current favorite is the White Peony. http://www.whitelotusteaclub.com/ for more information.

    1 · July 24, 2013

  • Doug N.

    Megabummer! Wiped me out, as currently, that would put me up north of Pittsburgh PA for the first of two weeks Main reasons I am still going is: A) that the really big parts were paid for months ago (and may not be refundable in the slightest)

    B) Friends are relying on me (since I am the backup for the primary person who will not be there this year, due to a 9mo family project hopefully going live and healthy next week) for tech support for the one high tech area of what is otherwise 12K-15K campers (far easier to fill out forms and search huge databases for potential conflicts electronically than relying on binders full of printouts). C) I can continue my job search from up there using my laptop.

    I would, however, love to see the presenter's notes/outlines afterwards, since I have been doing all three for years, and one can always pick up a new trick or two.

    1 · July 8, 2013

  • StauntonIT

    Whoo-hoo!

    July 8, 2013

  • Dan F.

    Rescheduling due to some conflicts on our side. Hope this doesn't cause anyone any issues.

    July 8, 2013

  • Michael B.

    Anniversary - would lose life if attended meetup :(

    July 8, 2013

  • StauntonIT

    Great topic, but bad night. Sorry!

    July 8, 2013

  • Thad H.

    Coming back from 10 days in Chicago that day. Sorry.

    June 8, 2013

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