Cambium QOE traffic screenshots

Recently I have been using the QoE solution from Cambium Networks on some networks. This software allows for the prioritization and shaping of traffic on a service provider’s network. We will go into the workings of this in some later posts. Here are some screenshots.

Yes, it is IPv6 aware

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Running Docker inside Cisco Catalyst 9000

https://blogs.cisco.com/networking/application-hosting-on-catalyst-9000-series-switches

Catalyst 9000 series of switches, Cisco’s flagship enterprise switching portfolio delivering Intent Based Networking (IBN) runs a modern, modular and model-driven operating system stack, Cisco IOS® XE. Powered by Intel x86 CPU, Catalyst 9000 series now supports secure Docker™ container based application hosting environment, starting with the Catalyst 9300 switches. Users now have the option to either build their own apps or host any off-the-shelf apps to enable network monitoring/troubleshooting, security or IoT related outcomes.

VMware Fusion for Apple silicon Public Tech Preview Now Available

https://blogs.vmware.com/teamfusion/2021/09/fusion-for-m1-public-tech-preview-now-available.html

To deliver Fusion for Apple Silicon devices we’ve had to re-evaluate every part of the Fusion technology stack. The scope and scale of this undertaking should not be understated, and the success of this project has been the result of a massive ongoing collaboration from many internal teams working together, entirely remotely as we do in this day in age.

We’re going to be keeping the Public Tech Preview active for at least the rest of this year and likely into spring, and so we won’t be pulling in these changes into our fall release, which means Fusion on Apple silicon is effectively FREE for all users for the time being.