Category: Networking

Setting Up ezJail and Ports Collection on pfSense – Part 1

ezJail is a jail administration framework for FreeBSD jails. It makes jail administration very easy. ezJail on pfSense can enable us to integrate applications like HAProxy with pfSense in a way which is safe and sound for production environment. So let’s get started. Part 1 will cover setting up of ezJail on pfSense. Part 2 will […]

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Q&A: Educating at the edge: Indiana University sees up to 200K devices online at any moment

Q&A: Educating at the edge: Indiana University sees up to 200K devices online at any moment

Q&A: Educating at the edge: Indiana University sees up to 200K devices online at any moment 1
At any given moment at Indiana University Bloomington, there can be up to 200,000 devices on its network at once. That’s factoring in devices across other campuses and remote learners, as the university beefs up its networking architecture to serve virtual courses across the globe and to improve accessibility for learners with disabilities. For networking services at […]

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Watch live, exclusive interviews and analysis at Dell Technologies World

Watch live, exclusive interviews and analysis at Dell Technologies World

Watch live, exclusive interviews and analysis at Dell Technologies World 2
With a monumental merger in the rear-view mirror, Dell Technologies Inc. has seemingly settled into its new position as a massive conglomerate of storage, networking and software services. Having acquired EMC and majority shares of VMware Inc. and Pivotal Software Inc., and returning to Wall Street after going private for five years, Dell has weathered the […]

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