Another googling activity bring me to a new keyword "free cisco books", I ever read about professor who write book about cisco and upload it in internet. I forgot his name but I still remember the place :
yes, by typing cisco in search term I got a few result and the main thing is they have free download section .
Registration is simple, just entering email and password.
Here’s some link from lulu.com around cisco :
Interesting site, I just ordering multimedia book in amazon in ebook category. I think I can download the book after make payment. It just hardbook that I must wait for almost a month 🙁
I hope lulu.com collection will grow faster. So my next order will be placed on lulu.com
Any other source for cisco ebook?
Cisco Books and Networking Resources Web Site
While waiting for FreeBSD 7.0 release 🙂
Just wondering average file system in datacentre, OS etc
Like Amazon, do they use spesific filesystem, OS likewise 🙂
FreeBSD i386 snapshots for June :
More architecture, click here
Google Reader Gears Search, I forgot found that post today in either digg or stumbleupon 🙂
Generally this script will add search function in google reader, google reader not add search function (yet) into application. But with google gears application I’m sure that facility will come.
Since I always found good post always get burried I use manual method, try to remember and visit the blog and doing manual search before bookmark the address.
Since this script will help me to solve the problem I try to install Greasemonkey in Firefox then try the greasemonkey script.
I think many other people don’t know this feature so I make it in screenshot mode 🙂
1. Install greasemonkey plugin for Firefox from here
Checking after restart Firefox
[amazonify]0596528353:right[/amazonify]Single ethernet address can be assigned with multiple IP. In unix/linux word this feature called ip alias. I don’t know this feature name in windows. I post this because my friend work in a company who has multi lan connection and ask me if how he can get multiple address for his ethernet card laptop 🙂
My work place also use multi lan. A few gateway and a few subnet.
Here’s the steps to assign multiple ip in single NIC in Windows XP :
1. Open Control Center and double click on Network Connections.