Swimming in SonicWALL

Since posting last week about my troubles treading in to SonicWALL water, I think my issues have all been resolved and things are really humming right along. Truth be told, the problem was really a combination of user-error and user-ignorance. If you follow me at all on Twitter, you already know that I had major, […]

Treading in to SonicWALL Waters

As previously mentioned, we’re switching away from a one-year old Watchguard Core x750e to SonicWALL NSA 3500 at my place of employment in order to deploy a nice, widespread (geographically speaking), and expensive VPN. I received the first half of my gear from Mark Moreno two weeks ago and immediately unboxed the NSA. It’s quite […]

Halfway Mark

I’ve officially crossed the halfway mark in the big SonicWALL deployment of 2008. Ten of the 19 endpoints are in place and working absolutely beautifully. We are deploying two more tomorrow and the final seven on Thursday if all goes as planned. I had a few challenges pop-up, not surprisingly, related to DNS. The solution […]

Up Ahead

I realized shortly after posting about the SonicWALL trouble I’ve been having that three weeks had elapsed since my previous blog post. There’s just been a zillion and three things going on around home and work. Bonnie and I actually have some major, life-changing news to share soon. Many of you probably already know about […]

Big Project Ahead

The blogging has been pretty sparse here lately, and I’m quite aware of that fact. Most of the action for me has started happening over on Twitter because its so quick and easy. I kicked off a major project or three at work this week and they’re all dependant on one central project: a massive […]