Author Archives: Denise "Fish" Fishburne
Author Archives: Denise "Fish" Fishburne
In Part 1 we set the stage and configure the FTD to BGP (w/ GR enabled) with the N9K. In part two it is now time to play! 🙂 What Will be Covered in Part 2 Basically I’m going to... Read More ›
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Enabling BGP Graceful Restart on the Cisco Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) just got so easy! I’m stoked! So the other day I needed to put together an environment with the FTD eBGP peering with graceful restart enabled and test it.... Read More ›
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The Answer: “#8 – Ping 192.168.14.2 from the AWS CSR” Summary: Why? What does BGP coming up have to do with the AWS CSR pinging the other side of GRE tunnel? Well if you know the answer… don’t read anymore.... Read More ›
The post AWS: The Case of the iBGP Peer that Worked – Part 2: The Answer appeared first on Networking with FISH.
I was so surprised when the BGP neighbor came up. I kinda just blinked and stared at it for awhile. I knew it couldn’t be an AWS bug. This was just too basic a setup. Did I misconfigure something? If... Read More ›
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So as many of you know, I decided in 2021 that in my “spare time” I was going to start learning more about AWS. Well that didn’t go so well… lol… so I decided to give myself a “goal” and... Read More ›
Okay so ORIGINALLY the idea was to do a YouTube video to explain the interaction and relationship between the “Test Duration” of a CyberFlood test and the “Load Specification”. However, in order to best explain “load specification” though it is... Read More ›
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For those of you that use CyberFlood I want to talk about something very specific today. The “Traffic Mix” tab and the “Security Mix” tab when running a CyberFlood test. When I was playing with CyberFlood in my little “Stealthwatch... Read More ›
So excited about this new series of blogs and YouTube videos. Absolutely LOVE “getting my geek on” and then sharing it. This series will be about the Layer 4 thru Layer 7 traffic generation tool from Spirent. If you are... Read More ›
The post CyberFlood L4-L7 Traffic Generator: New Blog/YouTube Combo Series appeared first on Networking with FISH.
Note: This Post was written by Fish’s Mom, Dr Patricia Fishburne It was decided. Stokes would stay at Ohio State University and work on his ongoing experiment for his Ph.D. in Aeronautical Engineering while I flew to New Jersey for... Read More ›
Hello EVERYONE I’m back! Let me share a random “update from the FIshBowl”. 🙂 So many things I have been working on and doing that I am just beyond excited to share. So expect lots of upcoming blogs and YouTube... Read More ›
One week from today, on Friday, September 3rd, I sit for the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam. …. And I couldn’t be more excited and stoked! …. okay and now maybe a little nervous that I am sharing with the world... Read More ›
In some ways it feels like just yesterday I was in Barcelona for CiscoLive. The convention center filled with people and energy… and all of that energy and life spilling out into everything around it…. from La Rambla to the... Read More ›
For digital CiscoLive 2020 I will be creating a number of follow up addendum videos to CLUS 2019’s BRKRST-2414 session “Network Sleuthing with Stealthwatch: The Science of Investigation” . These videos will be uploaded to the www.ciscolive.com on demand library... Read More ›
The post Lab Fun with Fish: My Little Lab Setup Gets a Major Overhaul appeared first on Networking with FISH.
My NetDevOps journey pretty much all started with a conference call where my friend and Cisco co-worker, Marty Fierbaugh (pictured below with a Snow Monkey Sculpture) was telling me all about how he has been using NetDevOps for years now.... Read More ›
Part 2 of our Spirent Test Center Series will cover what I find to be the most common use cases for configuring the Spirent Test Center for proof of concept type labs for OSPF, BGP and also for traffic that... Read More ›
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The Spirent Test Center is one of the traffic generation tools I use in my job. I am creating a youtube series on varying use cases and aspects with it. Kinda a “how to” and “lessons learned over the years”... Read More ›
CiscoLive US is my absolute FAVORITE work week of the entire year! ….. And it is JUST around the corner! By now, I usually have blogged my schedule. This year I admit I wasn’t going to. Why? Well just look... Read More ›
There is just something, for me, that is truly magical about CiscoLive in the United States. Every year I look forward to it even more than the previous year. There is a true glorious and wonderful magical world at #CLUS.... Read More ›
The BGP Table Version is the most unknown and unexplained BGP concept/value that I rarely ever troubleshoot without. Seriously, I cannot imagine troubleshooting BGP without understanding the BGP table version. I always “eyeball” it at the very least when I’m... Read More ›
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Time to have some fun in the lab with Inter-AS Option AB. Let’s get our geek on! Inter-AS Option AB – where the data traffic uses the VRF interfaces (or sub-interfaces) and the control plane (BGP VPNv4) uses the... Read More ›