Category Archives: F5

Vacation Tasks

So, I’m taking vacation this week and next. Here’s a (partial) list of tasks that are left to do: Visit BC for NANOG 55 Work with Threshold Communications to verify interop is working as well as it seems to be … Continue reading

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Ohai! It looks like I’m back online!

I’m working on my disk array today. The plan is to take the data off of a 6-disk RAID-6 and put it onto three 4-disk RAID-4s.

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software bridge loops suck, too

I didn’t realize that I had two of my machines attached to openvpn from the same l2 segment. It caused a network outage for about 24 hours. Sorry for the downtime folks. I believe that if I turn on stp … Continue reading

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Dear fellows of the SJCARS

I’ve got a project I could use some help with.  If you’ve got some tuits to spare, I’d love to talk with you about the plan.  Perhaps I’ll post something to the blog… [edit 20120212T2025] blogged. http://sjcars.org/blog/2012/02/12/hardware-what-wants-deploying [Edit 20120213T0026]

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SOPA response from Representative Rick Larsen, WA 2nd District

Below is an email I received from Representative Rick Larsen‘s office. I don’t recall ever having identifying myself as PVT Adams-Collier in any communications with his office, though I could have done so at some point. Maybe. I also don’t … Continue reading

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Power blip in Tukwila – everything’s okay.

There’s been a lot of weather here in Seattle this week. It looks like the Tukwila DC’s power blipped this morning. It gave me an excuse to update some configs on a few of the OpenVPN endpoints, re-configure some of … Continue reading

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F5 opens second International Technology Center in London

Very cool. Presided over by my friend and the VP of our group, Erik Giesa. Notably lacking is the inclusion of a picture of Steve Mitchell’s smiling face. The first of our ITCs is here in Seattle. We’ve got some … Continue reading

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Taking a position at F5

Hello readers, I recently finished a contract with Liquid Web helping them to build their cloud computing system. The next adventure will be with F5 as a Product Management Engineer. I’ve been hearing good things about F5 hardware since 2000 … Continue reading

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