Posts Tagged ‘Checkpoint’

Quite often I run into troubled businesses that are having problems and they’re doing something like a Lan-to-Lan VPN tunnel between offices to route ALL traffic to a central location for processing. In today’s modern age most places have access to numerous link selections for deliver of Internet services and even dedicated Metro-E/T1/MPLS etc. What I find sad are the phone companies trying to sell the scam “Business Class DSL” services for businesses because in reality, unlike Cable DOCSIS, your packets aren’t getting any special treatment compared to a residential circuit. I will explain… Read the rest of this entry »


So there is the long standing debate of GUI Vs CLI in both the server and Networking world. There are quite a few angles to argue and I know that in this one single post I am not going to cover 100% of them and I am going to keep emotion out of this and stick to the facts and try to do a “Qualitative review of the two Read the rest of this entry »