Monthly Archives: October 2018
Pre-shared key on Cisco ASA55x0
Cisco devices store password crypted when “service password-encryption” is turned on. You should enable this on your network equipment. You want to give imposters a hard time, so this is behavior you want. Last week I found out a astonishing … Continue reading
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Cisco TCL – ping script.
In an earlier blog I wrote about a tiny hello world script. Now I want to raise the bar a little bit, by creating a ping script. After a quick search on the internet I found a several kinds of … Continue reading
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Cisco TCL – first steps… Hello world
For some time Cisco offers TCL shell on their equipment. This is awesome, because sometimes you need a single command to retrieve information whereas IOS demands you to enter one or more commands. But before we get lots in possibilities … Continue reading