How to use DHCP Snooping on Cisco devices

This post will deal with the problem of DHCP attacks that can occur within an enterprise and how you can quickly and easily tighten security within a network. First off, attacks can be malicious or completely by accident without the end-user knowing what they are doing. Let’s say someone brings their home laptop to the […]

Removing hidden network adapters under Windows

If you are a network administrator, you have probably cloned a server or two and replaced components at some point. Have you ever seen a new network adapter appear after these changes? They must be re-configured with the previous settings, IPs, DNS, etc. When you are working with multiple IPs, it is annoying that for […]