Managing ACLs can be a bit time consuming depending on the environment. When you have one or two routers with a few ACLs, its not big deal though. But what happens when you have dozens of routers each with their own set of ACLs? I know there are better ways to design a network than… Continue Reading Scripted ACL Management
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I recently decided to start looking into scripting and automation for our network at work. We never did anything like this, at least not that was ever discussed or shared with the team, so I decided to take this initiative. The Decision So what is a common task that a Network Admin routinely does that… Continue Reading Python Scripting – Cisco VoIP Phone
Everyone needs storage nowadays. Some more than others, ranging from a few gigabytes to several terabytes. No matter how much data storage you need though, a backup should always be kept. How you backup your data is ultimately up to you. It can be as simple as an external hard drive, or you might want… Continue Reading SAN vs NAS
Welcome to the Peaceful Networks blog! Most of the content on this site will be focused on Network and a little bit of Security. However, I am hoping that it will evolve to cover more topics such as programming. I plan to include content ranging from simple networking to automation of networking tasks. So, with… Continue Reading Let’s Get Started