We found 10 episodes of TechSNAP with the tag “networking”.
428: RAID Reality Check
May 1st, 2020 | 36 mins
7fx2, a cloud guru, amd, backups, benchmarking, bgp, cloudflare, cpu, cron, cryptography, data integrity, devops, email, energy efficiency, epyc, fio, hard disk performance, hard drive, intel, internet, iops, iron wolf, isbgpsafeyet, jupiter broadcasting, md-raid, monitoring, networking, per-core performance, raid, raid-10, raid-5, raid-6, raidz, raidz2, route leak, routing, rpki, seagate, security, storage, sysadmin podcast, systemd, systemd timers, tdp, techsnap, threadripper, zfs
We dive deep into the world of RAID, and discuss how to choose the right topology to optimize performance and resilience.
426: Storage Stories
April 3rd, 2020 | 31 mins 17 secs
a cloud guru, andoird, block device, cloudfare, crypto, debian, device mapper, devops, dm-crypt, dm-zoned, encryption, exfat, filesystems, firmware, free software, fud, google, jupiter broadcasting, kernel module, linux 5.6, microsoft, networking, ntfs, ntfs-3g, nvme, open source, paragon software, raid, samba, samsung, seagate, security, shingled magnetic recording, smb, smr, ssd, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, ubuntu, western digital, windows, wireguard, zfs, zoned storage, zonefs
We take a look at Cloudflare's impressive Linux disk encryption speed-ups, and explore how zoned storage tools like dm-zoned and zonefs might help mitigate the downsides of Shingled Magnetic Recording.
422: Multipath Musings
February 7th, 2020 | 23 mins 37 secs
3gpp, 5g, a cloud guru, apple, aslr, automation, blink, browser wars, buffer overflow, cacheout, chrome, chromium, cloud, crypto, cryptography, devops, edge, edgium, failover, firefox, intel, ios, jason donenfeld, jupiter broadcasting, let's encrypt, linux, linux 5.6, linux academy, lte, microsoft, mobile, monitoring, mptcp, multipath tcp, nagios, networking, open standards, poly1305, sgx, speculative execution, ssl, stack canary, stack smashing, sysadmin podcast, teams, techsnap, tls, tsx, ubuntu 20.04, virtualization, vpn, wireguard, world wide web, zombieload
We take a look at a few exciting features coming to Linux kernel 5.6, including the first steps to multipath TCP.
421: Firewall Fun
January 24th, 2020 | 25 mins 9 secs
2600, a cloud guru, apollo, arm, bsd, captain crunch whistle, certificate validation, crypt32.dll, cryptoapi spoofing, cryptography, crystal method, cve-2020-0601, devops, ecc, elliptic curve cryptography, eternalblue, firewall, firewall appliance, hacking, iptables, john draper, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux academy, microsoft, mitm, moon, nasa, national security administration, netgate, netgear, networking, nmap, nsa, opnsense, patch tuesday, patching, pf, pfsense, phreaking, quindar, quindar tones, rdp, rdp client, rdp gateway, routing, security, security gateway, space, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, telephony, unix, vpn, vulnerability, windows, windows 10, windows update, x86
We explore the latest round of Windows vulnerabilities and Jim shares his journey adding OPNsense to his firewall family.
420: Choose Your Own Compiler
January 10th, 2020 | 24 mins 10 secs
4g, 5g, broadband, c, canonical, cell phones, clang, compilers, debian, devops, fr1, fr2, gcc, gnu, init system, jupiter broadcasting, kernel development, linux, linux kernel, llvm, lte, michael larabel, mmwave, mobile, netplan, networking, phoronix, south korea, systemd, systemd-networkd, systems programming, techsnap, telephony, ubuntu, unity, wireless
Compiling the Linux kernel with Clang has never been easier, so we explore this alternative compiler and what it brings to the ecosystem.
419: Nebulous Networking
December 27th, 2019 | 33 mins 33 secs
artificial intelligence, at, cloud, colab, cryptography, deoldify, devops, encryption, firewall, flat network, google colab, gpu, imagenet, jupiter broadcasting, jupyter notebook, lighthouse, machine learning, mesh network, mesh networking, mesh vpn, nat busting, nebula, networking, neural networks, noise protocol framework, overlay network, pachinko, plinko, ryan huber, security, security groups, slack, system administration, techsnap, udp, udp hole-punching, virtual network, vpn, wireguard
From classifying cats to colorizing old photos we share our top tips and tools for starting your machine learning journey. Plus, learn why Nebula is our favorite new VPN technology, and how it can help simplify and secure your network.
418: 5G Fundamentals
December 13th, 2019 | 34 mins 3 secs
4g, 5g, 5g fr1, 5g fr2, amazon, arm, at&t, broadband, cellular, cellular modems, devops, eero, free software, freedom, iot, jupiter broadcasting, libre, librem 5, lte, mesh wifi, mobile, mobile cpu, mobile phones, networking, point-to-point, privacy, purism, qualcomm, security, smartphone, snapdragon 865, speed test, t-mobile, techsnap, wi-fi, wifi, wireless, wireless modems
As the rollout of 5G finally arrives, we take some time to explain the fundamentals of the next generation of wireless technology.
417: Machine Learning Magic
November 29th, 2019 | 26 mins 27 secs
ai, aiexpert, aimesh, amplifi, amplifi alien, artificial general intelligence, artificial intelligence, arvind narayanan, asus, ata, bitlocker, chip design, cpu, cryptography, dban, deep learning, deep learning boost, devops, drunkard's walk, encryption, ethernet, google, gpu, hard disk, hard drive, hardware encryption, home networking, i9-10980xe, ieee, inference, intel avx512, jeffrey dean, jupiter broadcasting, linear algebra, lora, luks, machine learning, matrix multiplication, mesh wifi, networking, neural network, npu, nvidia, ofdma, ofnp, on-off noise power communication, openvino, orthogonal frequency-division multiple access, resnet, router, secure erase, security, smallnetbuilder, solid state, ssd, storage, supercomputers, techsnap, tesla v100, tim higgins, tpu, training, ubiquiti, unifi, wifi, wifi 6, wireless
We explore the rapid adoption of machine learning, its impact on computer architecture, and how to avoid AI snake oil.
413: The Coffee Shop Problem
October 4th, 2019 | 32 mins 5 secs
0-rtt, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, amd, amd ryzen, anonymity, canary, chrome, chrome canary, chromebook, chromebook support, cloudflare, cloudflare dns, cookies, cryptography, curl, devops, dns, dns-over-https, doh, duckduckgo, encryption, firefox, forwarding, google, google dns, google search, guardmi, http/3, https, incognito, ip, iptables, jupiter broadcasting, lenovo, lenovo chromebook, linux academy, man-in-the-middle, memory encryption, mitm, mmproxy, mozilla, network protocol, networking, privacy, proxy, public-key cryptography, quad-9, quantum computers, quantum computing, quantum supremacy, quic, quiche, region shifting, rust, ryzen pro, ryzen pro 3000, search engines, security updates, shor's algorithm, spdy, ssl, startmail, startpage, sysadmin podcast, tcp, tcp/ip, techsnap, tls, udp, vpn, warp, web proxy, windows, wireguard, wireguard vpn
We peer into the future with a quick look at quantum supremacy, debate the latest DNS over HTTPS drama, and jump through the hoops of HTTP/3.
412: Too Good To Be True
September 20th, 2019 | 34 mins 36 secs
802.11ax, chromebooks, chromeos, cloudreadyos, cryptography, devops, ethernet, google, hvac, industrial iot, iot, jupiter broadcasting, low bandwidth, networking, neverware, qkd, quantum cryptography, quantum key distribution, rf chrip, security, security updates, spread spectrum, sure-fi, sysadmin podcast, techsnap, the wifi challenge, wifi, wifi 5, wifi 6, wireless, wpa3
It's TechSNAP story time as we head out into the field with Jim and put Sure-Fi technology to the test.