Category Archives: GNS3 WorkBench

Introducing Cisco UCS S-Series

Originally posted on UCSguru.com:
Today Cisco announced the Cisco UCS S Series line of storage servers. Now the more eagle eyed among you may think that the new Cisco UCS S3260 Storage Server looks very much like the Cisco…

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Want a Time Machine for your Datacenter?

Originally posted on UCSguru.com:
What’s that server doing? Like me, you’ve probably been asked that question many times, usually when looking at reclaiming resources, planning migrations or simply enforcing your company’s security policy. And if the answers to the…

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Packt extends 50% discount

Great News! PACKT are having extending the promotion on the GNS3 Network Simulation Guide until April 30 2016 Use the code JKTKU50y when ordering to get the discount or use the link http://bit.ly/1PaN7fS to get 50% off the normal price! … Continue reading

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50% off GNS3 Network Simulation Guide

PACKT are having a promotion on the GNS3 Network Simulation Guide until March 6 2016 Update: Promotion has been extended till April 30 2016 Use the code JKTKU50y when ordering to get the discount or use the link http://bit.ly/1PaN7fS to get 50% off the … Continue reading

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VPCS and VPCS multi-host

the most significant difference between Single instance VPCS and VPCS multi-host is possibly one you may never use, but incredibly powerful just the same. Continue reading

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Best after sales support I’ve ever had. Thumbs up for Everki

So here is my backpack. I’ve cut the straps and destroyed it. It was the best backpack I’ve had in 20 years of lugging around a computer   So why did I cut the straps? To answer that, have a … Continue reading

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Pi day

Just a heads up for tomorrow. I’m sure you all realise that tomorrow is Pi day – because if you write the date tomorrow in the American format (3/14) you get the first three digits of Pi. But do you … Continue reading

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