Posts Tagged ‘ping’

Coding a XenServer Client in Python – Monitoring Multiple VMs via Multiple Threads

Friday, March 30th, 2012

HueXenClient - XenServer client written in Python using the Citrix XenAPI

HueXenClient - XenServer client written in Python using the Citrix XenAPI

In some prior blogs I had written about developing an ESXi client in Java which could connect to a VMware ESXi server and perform some management tasks. In this blog, I will describe developing a Cirtrix XenServer Client in Python that connects to a Citrix XenServer or XenServer pool; the client can also perform management tasks and provides some advanced monitoring features. (more…)

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Setting-up Basic iBGP and eBGP on Cisco Routers

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a protocol used to make core routing decisions on the Internet. BGP is commonly mislabeled or referred to as an IP routing protocol. However, it is not a routing protocol; rather, it is a TCP application that carries routing information with it. It is better referred to as a reach-ability protocol rather than a routing protocol. (more…)

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