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Currently a technical support engineer for the Cisco Cloud Networking Group.

In this role I function as a network engineer for clients who experience issues with our wireless, switch, or firewall products.


Jan
9
comment How to monitor all network traffic
Retaining all network flows is actually a great policy depending on how you do it (if it's reasonable on your companies budget, level of detail you retain, and for how long). I recommend looking into Riverbed Shark appliances. This is great for troubleshooting issues and doing NBA (network baseline analysis) for security reasons.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
I'm testing the newly written pata drives in other machines. I've tried them in my workstation and a few others, all of which I know have working controllers, but all return the same results.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
I'm testing the newly written pata drives in other machines. I've tried them in my workstation and a few others, all of which I know have working controllers, but all return the same results.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
I'm more than happy to answer those questions (i hope it's something stupid i forgot...), but yes, the IDE drives were selected as the boot device when testing them.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
The boot flag is enabled on the partition.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
I'll give you a more complete answer to your questions: The BIOS does see the devices. It is the "insert boot drive to continue" from the bios. The manufacturer is no longer available for the machine. I'm attempting to do this on a device other than the one that it is meant for. Also, as I said before, the 80gb SATA drive does boot... the other don't, so the size cannot be the issue.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
I'm fairly certain that the boot flag is on the partition... i'll make sure soon.
Mar
4
comment IDE compatability with SATA image
In each case, yes.
Nov
11
comment What's the best way to store an image?
I don't mind the work a, but thanks for the input. I will keep partition geometry in mind. My goal is to create something that's too simple to screw up (easier said then done, right?). Also, a paid solution isn't really an option at the moment.
Nov
11
comment What's the best way to store an image?
I'll definitely make use of partimage.