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PCI Compliance and IP Fabric - Part 3: Inventory and Topology

Congratulations, you've made it this far. You know what PCI compliance is, and why it is essential that your enterprise pass its compliance audit (covered in part 1).…
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API Programmability - Part 4: Diagramming

In Part 3, we discussed using the python-ipfabric SDK to interact with IP Fabric's API - did you know that you can also create diagrams using the API?…
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Managing Network End of Life

Managing the lifecycle of your network equipment is a vital part of maintaining the security of your IT environment. Being able to verify that the equipment which underpins…
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Verifying 802.1X configuration

Why 802.1X? There was a time when networks were secure islands, used to connect PCs to services they consumed and each other. The network was protected from the…
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Stopping Firewall Bypass Attempts

A network user - a senior manager in the business, in the process of writing a heavy report - knocks on the door of the security team's office.…
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Aligning Spanning Tree and FHRP in the campus LAN

The "typical" site LAN In most networks, a site LAN consists of a number of interconnected Ethernet switches in a regular partial mesh pattern. The topology typically enables…
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OSPF Path Cost Consistency

What does OSPF do for me? Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a standards-based routing protocol for IPv4. It is used to advertise paths to a network prefix…
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Multicast routing in IP Fabric 3.5

Multicast routing and related implementations can be a real pain. If you want to make a network engineer nervous (and it doesn’t matter whether managing enterprise or service…
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IP Fabric 3.3: Visual Intent Verification

IP Fabric version 3.3. adds capability to visually represent intent-based network verifications among other improvements.
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IP Fabric 3.2: Visualization of Network Changes

For those who anticipated new release of the IP Fabric platform, the time is finally here. The IP Fabric version 3.2.0 is out. It has been a great…
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