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Network Switch APIs (and the Lack Thereof)

Since the dawn of time on managed network switches, we’ve had the CLI. Well, that’s a bit of a lie – menu driven interfaces were the go-to option for a number of years. But...

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Predicting the (Wireless) Future

I’ll admit, the title may be far more grand than the point I’m getting across. After all, I’m not making a prediction about where the wireless business is going (we might eventually get to...

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Making the Hop

It’s something I’ve briefly mentioned in the past but not something I’ve ever covered in detail. However, it is something that’s appeared on my radar again – point-to-point WiFi links. While I’ve never been...

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There’s Nothing New in IT

Ok, I’ll admit the headline might be a bit much. Especially as we’re now in a world where automation is king (really, stop hand cranking stuff!) and mobile devices are everywhere. However, when you’ve...

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Pretty LEDs

Looks at photos modern radio studios in the UK and you’ll see two things. Firstly, there’s all those TV screens hung on walls to deliver dynamic branding. They may look the part but the...

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What’s the story on webRTC?

Ask some people, and they’ll claim webRTC isn’t making great inroads. In fact, a podcast I heard recently triggered me to actually write this article. After all, it’s a technology that’s helping change a...

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Wired 802.1x on OS X

Getting 802.1x going on OS X for wired networks is not something that should be particularly difficult. In fact, when you connect the machine to the network, you’ll get a little popup window asking...