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Archive for 2007

Another Batch of Cisco EoL / EoS Announcements

We've reached critical mass and it's time for another batch of End-of-Life / End-of-Sale announcements from Cisco Systems. As always, each notice includes a recommended product migration to help you find your upgrade. If you have any questions, let me know. I might be able to recommend an alternate product or vendor. Cisco Catalyst Blade […]

Categories: Networking

Cisco ASA / PIX Logging Facilities

When setting up a Cisco ASA or PIX to send logs to a remote syslog server, you need to specify which facility to use. This can cause a bit of disconnect since the syslog server configuration uses names and the logging facility command in the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software accepts only numbers. (Note: This […]

Categories: Networking

Cisco Announces End of Life

Whoa, that sounded a little morbid, didn't it? It's that time again — time for another batch of Cisco End-of-Sale / End-of-Life announcements. It seems like Cisco is killing off products left and right these days. What could be better on a cold and wintery day than curling up next to a crackling fire and […]

Categories: Networking

Camino On The Move, 1.5.4 Available

The Camino Project released version 1.5.4 of their popular Camino web browser a few days ago. The Camino browser is a Mozilla-based web browser designed to integrate smoothly with Mac OS X. It sports a more OS X-like look and feel. Several of the included changes are targeted at Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) users. […]

Categories: Software

Looks Like I'm Back On AIM

Many months ago I made a conscience decision to use only Google Talk for instant messaging. By doing this, I really shut the door on several friends and family members that were tied to Yahoo! and AIM. It wasn't an easy decision, but I was really tired of having to keep track of multiple instant […]

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