As usual, the latest update broke OSX again. In most cases there are few options to fix this piece of crap:
We had an issue where the whole IPv6 block /32 was blackholed due to fat-fingers syndrome. The mask for the prefix was accidentally missed and IPv6 traffic just went off.
Looks like everyone is involved in this bazaar. Cloud providers should clap hands to increase profit by 30%, Intel, in turn, will sell more chips, increased GDP, etc.
Suppose we have such a local FDB table and wanna to redistribute it via BGP to remote endpoints. We encapsulate this metadata information directly in large BGP community which if large enough to carry all the necessary data - MAC, VLAN, VNI.
In the past month, I managed to pickup old-school guys (I want to thank them very much) we played together 15 years ago. Yeah, it’s unbelievable fun.
In previous post I described how we use Ansible in production environments for much faster deployments than coping with defaults. In this blog post, I will explain another one (simplified version) way to deal with incremental changes.
I was always interested in receive (RX) side when handling the packets (dunno why), but when you dig into the congestion avoidance situations you MUST pay more attention to sending side (TX).