Nortel-BayStack paleo-recovery Password

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If you have an old old (old) switch Nortel Baystack 350/450 and you would reset him to make your traffic go around in the past century, do this trick to reset the configuration. These old switches do not have a factory-default function but a BackDoor password to access console CLI: “NetICs” very funny! .glitchlist crew

Huawei AP5030DN Fit to Fat

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Huawei APs are “Fit” Access Points by default. It means AP Controller is needed to work. If you want to install a single AP and you don’t need an AP Controller you must convert/change firmware of the AP. Easy step-by-step: Login on Huawei Enterprise Support and Download AP-FAT firmware Login on AP console port system-view ap-mode-switch prepare ap-mode-switch check ap-mode-switch …

Layer 2 Traceroute

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There are some nightmares that could torment the life of an access network, one of them is the MAC FLAPPING. as a loop condition or sometimes rogue devices installation, you will spend your day chasing mac addresses around your network. this great function on switches firmwares can Help! On Huawei switches trace mac enable must be enable on all access …

Cisco Catalyst StackPower

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if you want to have a complete redundancy even from an electrical point of view, Cisco offers the StackPower solution (XPS). StackPower share the power supplies to all slots of a Cisco StackWise. In this example we create two PowerStack in a StackWise of 5. Below the configuration: Troubleshooting: Bye! .glitchlist crew

Free inodes in Squid3

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if you use a large cache maybe you can experience squid process crash because you running-out of inodes. Index node or inode is a table that contain meta data of all achived files in a linux filesystem such as file size, owner and group membership, permissions, date of last modification or creation and so on. to troubleshooting type: if the …