Tag: networking

SAN replication and MacBook updates

On Monday I implemented some routing and switching changes with the help of AT&T and our awesome network support guys from Integrated Logic. This finally let our iSCSI traffic for our Equallogic SAN units talk to each other between the

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More travel delays

This morning brought more weather holds and AT&T called off the trip out here. I was quite relieved as had to get GCI cable sorted and head to the chiropractor over lunchtime, so hadn’t wanted to travel today anyway. At

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Oscarville + Napaskiak

It’s weird how much nicer it’s been the past week walking to work with the sun shining as opposed to it being pitch black until 10a.m! This was the sunrise right outside my apartment this morning: One of the lakes

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More roadtrips

Making the most of the river before it becomes, er, a river, am heading down to Oscarville again tomorrow to follow up from their Open Directory deployment a couple of weeks ago. The weather is warming up, haven’t worn snow

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Kwethluk

Today, Ted S, Brent and I packed up and headed for Kwethluk to deploy their new Open Directory server. First we brought up internal DNS and configured recursion back to the central DNS server in the district office, and then

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