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Packet Pushers Full Feed

Greg Ferro, Ethan Banks, Drew Conry-Murray, Chris

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Packet Pushers Full Feed
Packet Pushers Full Feed

Packet Pushers Full Feed

Greg Ferro, Ethan Banks, Drew Conry-Murray, Chris

39
Followers
14
Plays
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The Packet Pushers Podcast Network offers continuous professional development for IT professionals. Keep up with networking, security, cloud, career, and more. We bring the IT community together--engineers, architects, vendors, developers, educators, etc. In this feed, listen to every conversation we record!

Latest Episodes

Tech Bytes: How ExtraHop Leverages Cloud-Native Traffic Mirroring For Security (Sponsored)

Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by ExtraHop, explores networking and the public cloud. Yes, you still need to do networking, but the cloud is going to make things a little more dynamic. We look at how you can get visibility into cloud networking for security and performance by leveraging native traffic mirroring capabilities in AWS and Azure. We’ll also explore how ExtraHop’s Reveal(x) Cloud product uses cloud traffic for network detection and response. Our guest is Matt Cauthorn, VP of CyberSecurity Engineering at ExtraHop. Show Links: ExtraHop Try Reveal(x) Cloud – ExtraHop How Traffic Mirroring In The Cloud Works – ExtraHop Matt Cauthorn on Twitter

17 MIN22 h ago
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Tech Bytes: How ExtraHop Leverages Cloud-Native Traffic Mirroring For Security (Sponsored)

Network Break 257: Cumulus Networks Heads To Campus; Stealthy Pensando Emerges To Target Edge Computing

On today's Network Break we examine Cumulus's move into campus networking, Thoma Bravo's multi-billion-dollar bid for Sophos, and the limited debut of 5G in the UK. We also try to parse a buzzword-laded press release announcing stealthy startup Pensando Systems, discuss the EU's interim measures against Broadcom for anti-competitive behavior, and more tech news.

59 MIN23 h ago
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Network Break 257: Cumulus Networks Heads To Campus; Stealthy Pensando Emerges To Target Edge Computing

Heavy Networking 479: Scaling Up Your DDoS Protection With Juniper Networks And Corero (Sponsored)

On today's sponsored Heavy Networking, we talk with Juniper Networks and Corero about how they've partnered on a unique solution to thwart DDoS attacks at the network edge using Juniper's MX routers and Corero's SmartWall Threat Defense Director (TDD). The solution can be used by service providers, enterprises, and in the cloud. Our guests are Ashley Stephenson, CEO of Corero; and Mark Denny, Product Manager, Senior Staff at Juniper Networks.

41 MIN3 d ago
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Heavy Networking 479: Scaling Up Your DDoS Protection With Juniper Networks And Corero (Sponsored)

IPv6 Buzz 037: Understanding And Working With IPv6 Special Addresses

IPv6 special addresses, such as Link Local Addresses, are IP addresses registered for specific reasons. In this follow-up to last week’s episode IPv4 Special Addresses and IPv6 Adoption, Ed, Scott and Tom discuss IPv6 special address ranges, how they are used, and what to watch out for when using them. Topics discussed include: * Understanding the special IPv6 ranges, including the ones used in production networks * Problems caused by the use of Unique Local Addresses (ULAs) and the operational circumstances where it’s OK to use them * The special prefix reserved for DNS64/NAT64 and whether it should be used in production networks * What IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses are and when are they used Thanks for listening! Show Links: IANA IPv6 Special-Purpose Address Registry – IANA FE80::1 is a Perfectly Valid IPv6 Default Gateway Address – Infoblox IPv6 Tunnel Broker 3 Ways to Ruin Your Future Network with IPv6 Unique Local Addresses – Infoblox The Bogon Reference – Team Cymru Your Ho...

33 MIN4 d ago
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IPv6 Buzz 037: Understanding And Working With IPv6 Special Addresses

Day Two Cloud 020: Design Tips For Cloud Networking Success

The network is always assumed guilty until proven innocent. And that has gotten even harder as new cloud networking technologies roll out. VPCs, Vnets, DirectConnect, Kubernetes, Calico–the list goes on and on. Making sure that the things that should talk can, and things that shouldn’t don’t is no small feat. How does an organization ensure that they are prepared for the cloud networking challenge? How do you select the right solution for a given environment? How do you monitor and troubleshoot this spaghetti monster of networks? My guest to help answer these questions is Andrew Wertkin, Chief Strategy Officer at BlueCat Networks. We discuss: * The need to create cross-functional teams that include network engineers when adopting public cloud * The role of network design in hybrid and multi-cloud deployments * The criticality of DNS in the cloud * Tips for monitoring cloud networks * Options for connecting multiple clouds * Application migration and application onboarding * More ...

46 MIN5 d ago
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Day Two Cloud 020: Design Tips For Cloud Networking Success

Tech Bytes: Implementing Sensible Network Segmentation With Tufin (Sponsored)

Today’s Tech Bytes episode, sponsored by Tufin, explores network segmentation, why organizations need it, and how to implement sensible segmentation even as networks get more complex. Our guest is Sagi Bar-Zvi, Strategic Pre-Sales Manager at Tufin. We discuss: * How Tufin uses software to improve operational security and change control * Employing network segmentation to accelerate business agility * Using Tufin to get global visibility into rule sets and policies across firewalls and other devices * How Tufin integrates with modern development workflows * More Show Links: Whitepaper: A Practical Guide To Network Segmentation – Tufin Webinar: How to Define Network Zones – Tufin Blog: Network Segmentation: Secure Your Network, Contain Attacks – Tufin Blog: Network Segmentation in the Cloud: Mission Impossible? – Tufin Tufin’s Security Rules Podcast: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and SoundCloud. Tufin’s Blog Tufin on Twitter

14 MIN6 d ago
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Tech Bytes: Implementing Sensible Network Segmentation With Tufin (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 478: Leveraging LTE For SD-WAN With Cradlepoint (Sponsored)

Today's Heavy Networking show is sponsored by Cradlepoint, which provides wireless WAN networking. Our guest Marc Bresniker, VP of Product Management, joins us to discuss using LTE for WAN connections including IoT, and to explore the benefits of using Cradlepoint's LTE solutions as part of your SD-WAN strategy.

49 MIN6 d ago
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Heavy Networking 478: Leveraging LTE For SD-WAN With Cradlepoint (Sponsored)

Network Break 256: Startup Forward Networks Nabs $35 Million; Vodafone Dials OpenRAN For Incumbent Alternatives

Today's Network Break podcast is chock full of inspirational cynicism. We cover fresh funding for Forward Networks, Vodafone trialing OpenRAN gear, SUSE closing the door on OpenStack, Extreme Networks shifting StackStorm to the Linux Foundation, and more tech news.

57 MIN6 d ago
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Network Break 256: Startup Forward Networks Nabs $35 Million; Vodafone Dials OpenRAN For Incumbent Alternatives

Heavy Networking 477: Segment Routing Boot Camp With Juniper Networks (Sponsored)

Today on Heavy Networking we go deep on segment routing, a way to encode into a packet the path it should take through the network. Guest Ron Bonica, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks, offers a detailed look at how segment routing works; discusses use cases; explores the differences among SR-MPLS, SRv6, and SRv6+; and more. Juniper is our sponsor for today's show.

57 MIN1 w ago
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Heavy Networking 477: Segment Routing Boot Camp With Juniper Networks (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 476: Running ACI And NSX In The Same Data Center

On today's Heavy Networking our guest walks us through a project that brought both ACI and NSX into the same data center at a very large company. We discuss the drivers for ACI in the underlay and NSX in the overlay, the learning curves on each product, challenges and successes, and more. Our guest is Derek Wilson, a Principal Network Consultant.

65 MIN1 w ago
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Heavy Networking 476: Running ACI And NSX In The Same Data Center

Latest Episodes

Tech Bytes: How ExtraHop Leverages Cloud-Native Traffic Mirroring For Security (Sponsored)

Today’s Tech Bytes podcast, sponsored by ExtraHop, explores networking and the public cloud. Yes, you still need to do networking, but the cloud is going to make things a little more dynamic. We look at how you can get visibility into cloud networking for security and performance by leveraging native traffic mirroring capabilities in AWS and Azure. We’ll also explore how ExtraHop’s Reveal(x) Cloud product uses cloud traffic for network detection and response. Our guest is Matt Cauthorn, VP of CyberSecurity Engineering at ExtraHop. Show Links: ExtraHop Try Reveal(x) Cloud – ExtraHop How Traffic Mirroring In The Cloud Works – ExtraHop Matt Cauthorn on Twitter

17 MIN22 h ago
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Tech Bytes: How ExtraHop Leverages Cloud-Native Traffic Mirroring For Security (Sponsored)

Network Break 257: Cumulus Networks Heads To Campus; Stealthy Pensando Emerges To Target Edge Computing

On today's Network Break we examine Cumulus's move into campus networking, Thoma Bravo's multi-billion-dollar bid for Sophos, and the limited debut of 5G in the UK. We also try to parse a buzzword-laded press release announcing stealthy startup Pensando Systems, discuss the EU's interim measures against Broadcom for anti-competitive behavior, and more tech news.

59 MIN23 h ago
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Network Break 257: Cumulus Networks Heads To Campus; Stealthy Pensando Emerges To Target Edge Computing

Heavy Networking 479: Scaling Up Your DDoS Protection With Juniper Networks And Corero (Sponsored)

On today's sponsored Heavy Networking, we talk with Juniper Networks and Corero about how they've partnered on a unique solution to thwart DDoS attacks at the network edge using Juniper's MX routers and Corero's SmartWall Threat Defense Director (TDD). The solution can be used by service providers, enterprises, and in the cloud. Our guests are Ashley Stephenson, CEO of Corero; and Mark Denny, Product Manager, Senior Staff at Juniper Networks.

41 MIN3 d ago
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Heavy Networking 479: Scaling Up Your DDoS Protection With Juniper Networks And Corero (Sponsored)

IPv6 Buzz 037: Understanding And Working With IPv6 Special Addresses

IPv6 special addresses, such as Link Local Addresses, are IP addresses registered for specific reasons. In this follow-up to last week’s episode IPv4 Special Addresses and IPv6 Adoption, Ed, Scott and Tom discuss IPv6 special address ranges, how they are used, and what to watch out for when using them. Topics discussed include: * Understanding the special IPv6 ranges, including the ones used in production networks * Problems caused by the use of Unique Local Addresses (ULAs) and the operational circumstances where it’s OK to use them * The special prefix reserved for DNS64/NAT64 and whether it should be used in production networks * What IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses are and when are they used Thanks for listening! Show Links: IANA IPv6 Special-Purpose Address Registry – IANA FE80::1 is a Perfectly Valid IPv6 Default Gateway Address – Infoblox IPv6 Tunnel Broker 3 Ways to Ruin Your Future Network with IPv6 Unique Local Addresses – Infoblox The Bogon Reference – Team Cymru Your Ho...

33 MIN4 d ago
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IPv6 Buzz 037: Understanding And Working With IPv6 Special Addresses

Day Two Cloud 020: Design Tips For Cloud Networking Success

The network is always assumed guilty until proven innocent. And that has gotten even harder as new cloud networking technologies roll out. VPCs, Vnets, DirectConnect, Kubernetes, Calico–the list goes on and on. Making sure that the things that should talk can, and things that shouldn’t don’t is no small feat. How does an organization ensure that they are prepared for the cloud networking challenge? How do you select the right solution for a given environment? How do you monitor and troubleshoot this spaghetti monster of networks? My guest to help answer these questions is Andrew Wertkin, Chief Strategy Officer at BlueCat Networks. We discuss: * The need to create cross-functional teams that include network engineers when adopting public cloud * The role of network design in hybrid and multi-cloud deployments * The criticality of DNS in the cloud * Tips for monitoring cloud networks * Options for connecting multiple clouds * Application migration and application onboarding * More ...

46 MIN5 d ago
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Day Two Cloud 020: Design Tips For Cloud Networking Success

Tech Bytes: Implementing Sensible Network Segmentation With Tufin (Sponsored)

Today’s Tech Bytes episode, sponsored by Tufin, explores network segmentation, why organizations need it, and how to implement sensible segmentation even as networks get more complex. Our guest is Sagi Bar-Zvi, Strategic Pre-Sales Manager at Tufin. We discuss: * How Tufin uses software to improve operational security and change control * Employing network segmentation to accelerate business agility * Using Tufin to get global visibility into rule sets and policies across firewalls and other devices * How Tufin integrates with modern development workflows * More Show Links: Whitepaper: A Practical Guide To Network Segmentation – Tufin Webinar: How to Define Network Zones – Tufin Blog: Network Segmentation: Secure Your Network, Contain Attacks – Tufin Blog: Network Segmentation in the Cloud: Mission Impossible? – Tufin Tufin’s Security Rules Podcast: iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and SoundCloud. Tufin’s Blog Tufin on Twitter

14 MIN6 d ago
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Tech Bytes: Implementing Sensible Network Segmentation With Tufin (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 478: Leveraging LTE For SD-WAN With Cradlepoint (Sponsored)

Today's Heavy Networking show is sponsored by Cradlepoint, which provides wireless WAN networking. Our guest Marc Bresniker, VP of Product Management, joins us to discuss using LTE for WAN connections including IoT, and to explore the benefits of using Cradlepoint's LTE solutions as part of your SD-WAN strategy.

49 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 478: Leveraging LTE For SD-WAN With Cradlepoint (Sponsored)

Network Break 256: Startup Forward Networks Nabs $35 Million; Vodafone Dials OpenRAN For Incumbent Alternatives

Today's Network Break podcast is chock full of inspirational cynicism. We cover fresh funding for Forward Networks, Vodafone trialing OpenRAN gear, SUSE closing the door on OpenStack, Extreme Networks shifting StackStorm to the Linux Foundation, and more tech news.

57 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Network Break 256: Startup Forward Networks Nabs $35 Million; Vodafone Dials OpenRAN For Incumbent Alternatives

Heavy Networking 477: Segment Routing Boot Camp With Juniper Networks (Sponsored)

Today on Heavy Networking we go deep on segment routing, a way to encode into a packet the path it should take through the network. Guest Ron Bonica, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks, offers a detailed look at how segment routing works; discusses use cases; explores the differences among SR-MPLS, SRv6, and SRv6+; and more. Juniper is our sponsor for today's show.

57 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 477: Segment Routing Boot Camp With Juniper Networks (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking 476: Running ACI And NSX In The Same Data Center

On today's Heavy Networking our guest walks us through a project that brought both ACI and NSX into the same data center at a very large company. We discuss the drivers for ACI in the underlay and NSX in the overlay, the learning curves on each product, challenges and successes, and more. Our guest is Derek Wilson, a Principal Network Consultant.

65 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Heavy Networking 476: Running ACI And NSX In The Same Data Center