Netscreen VLAN Configuration

Here is a basic configration on how to set the zones and interfaces up, you would still need policies and management and suchset vrouter trust-vr sharableunset vrouter "trust-vr" auto-route-exportset zone id 101 "Trust 1"set zone id 102 "Trust 2"set zone id 103 "Trust 3"set interface "ethernet1" zone "Untrust"set interface "ethernet2" zone "Trust 1"set interface "ethernet3" zone "Trust 2"set interface "ethernet4" zone "Trust 3"set interface ethernet1 ip interface ethernet1 routeset interface ethernet1 gateway interface ethernet2 ip interface ether

DB2 Activity Monitoring and DB2 Snapshot from CLP and DAS server starting and stopping

Starting and stopping the DB2 administration server (DAS)


To manually start or stop the DAS, on Windows(R) you must first log on to the computer using an account or user ID that belongs to either Administrators, Server Operators, or Power Users groups. To manually start or stop the DAS, on Unix the account or user ID must be made part of the dasadm_group. The dasadm_group is specified in the DAS configuration parameters.

HP Procurve Firmware update

To update the IOS on the HP's ProCurve switches you first need to configure an access port so it can communicate to the TFTP Server.ProCurve Switch 3500yl-48G> enableProCurve Switch 3500yl-48G# configure terminalProCurve Switch 3500yl-48G(config)# vlan 1ProCurve Switch 3500yl-48G(vlan-1)# ip address Switch 3500yl-48G(vlan-1)# exitNext, you will need to configure the network adapter on your PC or laptop and give it an address that's on the same network as the switch.

HP Procurve and Cisco 3750 Configuration Notes

In my original configuration, I set up a trunk of 3 vlans between my cisco 3750 and HP procurve switches.Vlan 1, 7 and 9  have been working fine.  I want to extend it to include vlan 13, so I made the following changes to allow vlan 13 to go through the trunk.Cisco : - switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,7,9,13 (added 13)HP: -  vlan 13  tagged 24=============================================interface GigabitEthernet1/0/24 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchpor

Adding Permission to your Java home directory

Adding Permissions to Java in your home directory.

<applet codebase="../jar/" ....

Your .java.policy file in your home directory would have an entry looking something like this:-

grant codeBase "file:///Users/ben/path-to-project/build/Debug/project-name.jar" {

keytool -importcert -keystore "...\java\ jdk1.6.0_17\jre\lib\security\cacerts" -storepass changeit -alias agrozoocert2011dsa -file agrozoocert2011dsa.cer


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