Remedial Networking 102: How Multicast Works

Date March 20, 2012

Did you ever have anything in your life that you just kind of…ignored until it went away? Or at least, ignored it until you forgot about it or pretended it went away? That’s kind of what I did with multicast. For a long, long time, I would hear people mention multicast, and I would be […]

Quick IPv6 Web Server on the HP cloud

Date March 11, 2012

I was thrilled to learn that I had been included in the free HP Cloud (@hpcloud on twitter) beta test. I’ve recently been messing a little bit with Amazon Web Services, and I’d requested access to HP to compare the offerings. Success! My gain is yours, so lets take a quick look… When logging in, […]

Random thoughts on Slashdot

Date May 1, 2009

I wanted to make a quick reply to someone on slashdot who suggested adding a 5th octet to IP addresses rather than migrating to IPv6. I meant to write a really quick reply, but it got drawn out. I got done with it and thought that some of you might have thoughts on it: Awesome […]