It’s been a LONG time since I’ve tried to configure ppp on anything, but my home fiber connection is 1000/100 fiber and none of the routers I’ve tried have been able to fully utilize that speed, so I decided to build my own with some discarded hardware to see if I could improve on that.
tldr; you might need to escape some of the characters in your authkey password
I was able to escape the special chars in my PPPoE password with the \ character, single quotes don’t work, they get passed as-is.
It’s been a while since I needed to configure Netflow and I’ve never actually done it on any of Cisco’s recent software. After the usual wading through their horrible documentation and incorrect examples I finally have something that will work:
flow record TRAFFIC-RECORD
description traffic record
match ipv4 source address
match ipv4 destination address
collect counter bytes long
collect counter packets long
collect timestamp absolute first
collect timestamp absolute last
flow monitor TRAFFIC
description traffic monitor
ip flow monitor TRAFFIC input
ip flow monitor TRAFFIC output
Apple release the Swift programming language as an open source project on Github a few days ago. They licensed it under Apache v2 which both surprised and impressed me.
Naturally, I wanted to play around with it on a Linux installation, so I opened VMware Fusion and rolled a brand new Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 LTS instance and started following along with the Readme.md file on Github. Continue reading