DSL testing on campus Part 2 of 2 (the NEW way)

This is part 2 of a 2 part post.   Post two: The NEW way of doing DSL on campus   About 2 years ago me and a co-worker were approached by 2 teams on campus that had a large number of DSL lines and did not want to pay the fee that Verizon charged. …

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DSL testing on campus Part 1 of 2 (the old way)

This is part 1 of a 2 part post.    Post one: The OLD way of doing DSL on campus.   So for the past few years I have been part of a team that provides DSL access to various test teams on campus.  For a company like MSFT testing the “home scenario” is very…

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IPv6 6over4 tunnels with Windows and Cisco

A few years ago I began working with Art Shelest here at Microsoft to get Native IPv6 running in my lab.  After a few weeks we had it up and running.  We had to work with MSIT (was known as ITG at the time) to get a 6over4 tunnel setup so that we could connect…

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Securing a TS connection with Smart Cards

Well today is going to be a busy day here at the Microsoft Enterprise Engineering Center.  At about 11:30 I am going to have lunch some of the RedvsBlue people (http://www.redvsblue.com).  Then I have the job of setting up and testing a remote access solution for a customer.    Note that the steps below are technical…

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