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Greg Talks 4 – Feedback, wAP LTE + Ting, Ansible Energy

Published on January 27, 2020, by in Networking.

 Greg talks to the camera about the things. This week we talk about: Why is getting feedback so difficult…is it that people want to be nice…is silence bad in these scenarios? How do you remember your accomplishments…my memory sucks. IOS-XR allows for duplicate configuration on multiple ports…easy migration bro! A fresh set of eyes

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Greg Talks 3 – The Witcher, Mikrotik Proxy, Testing REST

Published on January 13, 2020, by in Mikrotik, Networking.

 Greg talks to the camera about the things. This week we talk about: Being a minister and marrying people Crazy deadlines for LinkedIn courses Having an older friend, and how scary that is 6 pack 24 gauge soft silicon wire The witcher is pretty awesome Why does cisco use wildcard masks when they can

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The Brothers WISP 104 – DACs, UBNT Leaf, Teslas

 This week Greg,Tomas, Mike, and Miller chop it up after the holidays…trying to come to terms with going back to work…ugh. This week we talk about: Brock – /tool sniffer quick Chad was having VPLS issues that smelled like MTU – Go home fiberstore switch, you’re drunk DACs are faster Carlan likes his 3D

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Greg Talks 2 – White Papers, Troubleshooting Access, Anxiety Control

Published on December 30, 2019, by in Networking.

 This one includes Greg along with Nick Buraglio. Again, playing with the format, so let’s hear your opinions. This week we talk about: Company white papers – zero information with a quote or two – only good for SEO, do you even look at them? I love kaizo mario hacks…not playing them, but watching

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Tom Interviews Theo de Raadt of the OpenBSD Project

Published on December 30, 2019, by in Networking.

 Theo talks at length about the OpenBSD Project and the OpenBSD operating system and the innovations that the OpenBSD Project. If you use and benefit from OpenBSD Projects, please consider donating to the OpenBSD Foundation. Here’s the video:(if you don’t see it, hit refresh)

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The Brothers WISP 103 – GPON on a stick, Monitoring APs, Accepting Default

 This week Greg,Tomas, and Mike squeeze a quick one in before the Christmas holidays. This week we talk about: TiBitCom SFP+ OLT – GPON on a stick Sell out warning – Greg’s first CCNA course is live Greg did his first “Greg Talks” podcast Brock has an occassional issue where his Cambium APs will

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Greg Talks 1 – HDMI Encoder, IOS-XR, Die Hard

Published on December 16, 2019, by in Networking.

 This is the inaugural run of the “Greg talking to the camera” podcast. No guests on this one as I’m trying out a format to fill in the gaps between the regular podcast. PLEASE let me know what you think. This week I talk about: – Shaping holds packets while policing drops packets. –

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The Brothers WISP 102 – FortiOS Exploit, Mikrotik Cube60, Unifi DTIM

 This week Greg,Tomas, and Mike try and remember how all this works after taking Thanksgiving off. This week we talk about: -Thanks to ISP Supplies for hooking me up with a test Audience -FortiOS version – “stick with 6.0.7 until 6.2.4 drops” Thrift -FortiOS / FortiClient security mess -MTK Newsletter 92 – cube60 60Ghz

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The Brothers WISP 101 – Cheap OTDR, UBNT Data Collection, IPv6 Tracing

 This week Greg,Tomas, Nick, and Tommy talk about networking and listen to traffic driving by Tomas’ house. This week we talk about: – George A had a cheap SM OTDR he likes…I wonder if he still does? – Use caution with cambium 3000s and it looks like 4.4.2 firmware is “pretty good” so far.

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The Brothers WISP 100 – MTK Route Cache, Virtual Routers, Fortnite End Event

 This week Greg, Mikey, Tomas, Cox, Thrift, Miller, Alex, Tom, and new friend Serena get deep on some interesting tops and reflect on 100 episodes over 7 years. This week we talk about: – Michael Ducharme – route cache update. Stale routes could be cached for months. Subnets deleted from a router still cache

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