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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

How to configure networking on Linux | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Connecting your Linux computer to a network is pretty straightforward, except when it is not. In this article I discuss the main network configuration files for Red Hat-based Linux distributions, and take a look at the two network startup services: the venerable network startup, and the controversial NetworkManager."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Getting Started with Docker | Linux.com - 0 views

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    "Tuesday, 15 December 2015 07:46 Carla Schroder |Exclusive cowsay Figure1: Whalesay. Docker is the excellent new container application that is generating much buzz and many silly stock photos of shipping containers. Containers are not new; so, what's so great about Docker? Docker is built on Linux Containers (LXC). It runs on Linux, is easy to use, and is resource-efficient."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Linux and Unix Port Scanning With netcat [nc] Command - 1 views

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    "by Vivek Gite on July 12, 2007 last updated November 27, 2015 in Linux, Networking, UNIX How do I find out which ports are opened on my own server? How do I run port scanning using the nc command instead of the nmap command on a Linux or Unix-like systems?"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Network Commands - 0 views

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    "Table of Contents Network Configuration Internet Specific Commands Remote Administration Related"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Cisco Helping Advance Open Source in Networking | Linux.com - 0 views

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    "Last week I was in Italia at the Cisco Live! Milano event where I also had the opportunity to speak about OpenDaylight (ODL) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN). What stood out for me the most during my time there was the tremendous progress being made on technologies that are really disrupting the networking space"
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    "Last week I was in Italia at the Cisco Live! Milano event where I also had the opportunity to speak about OpenDaylight (ODL) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN). What stood out for me the most during my time there was the tremendous progress being made on technologies that are really disrupting the networking space"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

How to configure peer-to-peer VPN on Linux - Xmodulo - 0 views

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    "Last updated on October 9, 2014 Authored by Dan Nanni Leave a comment A traditional VPN (e.g., OpenVPN, PPTP) is composed of a VPN server and one or more VPN clients connected to the server. When any two VPN clients talk to each other, the VPN server needs to relay VPN traffic between them. The problem of such a hub-and-spoke type of VPN topology is that the VPN server can easily become a performance bottleneck as the number of connected clients increase"
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    "Last updated on October 9, 2014 Authored by Dan Nanni Leave a comment A traditional VPN (e.g., OpenVPN, PPTP) is composed of a VPN server and one or more VPN clients connected to the server. When any two VPN clients talk to each other, the VPN server needs to relay VPN traffic between them. The problem of such a hub-and-spoke type of VPN topology is that the VPN server can easily become a performance bottleneck as the number of connected clients increase"
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