Category Archives: Networking

Windows : How to configure VLans on Intel network adapter with PowerShell

If you have an Intel card and the necessary “Advanced Network Services (ANS)”, that is bundled with the Intel driver, you have the capability to manage VLans for your network interface with PowerShell. 1. Use the “ipconfig” command to find out the name of your adapter. Example :

In that case, our adapter name… Read More »

JunOS : Configuring DHCP forwarder on QFX serie

Here is how to configure DHCP relay on the QFX platform. 1. Define a DHCP server group with DHCP servers IP address(es) :

Example : If you want to name the group as “PRD-dhcpSrv” and the IP of the server is 10.1.1.10 :

Note : You can add as many DHCP server as… Read More »

Linux : How to change default route metric

Under some rare circumstances, you may require to change the default route metric. The first way of doing should be through the “ifcfg-ethX” configuration file by adding the “METRIC=” statement. However it has been found to be inefficient for me and had to apply it using “ip route” as followed :

Example :

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JunOS : Port forwarding on Juniper SRX

A friend of mine who was used to the legacy and EOL SSG/ScreenOS platform and he just jumped into the new world of SRX/JunOS gave me the motivation to write this article. As the syntax is quite different between the two platform, it may be harder to get at first and the following example should… Read More »