Here is a brief guide about "How to install SSLexplorer on SUSE Linux". Once you download a package of SSLexplorer or digging websites, you could find well-documented guide. However, I am put some notes here that was missing from the documentation. I hope this information is informative for you and we would like to thank you for viewing.
Before start to install SSL explorer, there are two important notes.
- Java JRE 5.0 installation guide
- SSL Explorer quick installation guide (It comes with SSL Explorer package)
You need to install JRE 5.0 frist. Do not try JRE 6.0 yet. It support only Solaris at this time.
To verify that you package has already installed JRE, try below command. If you see below output, already JRE had installed. So, skip JRE install procedure.
vpn:/tmp # java -version
java version "1.5.0_15"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_15-b04)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.5.0_15-b04, mixed mode)
Last Updated (Tuesday, 19 May 2009 17:42)
Thru last week, I had installed and tested a network management system is called
Few errors popped up as usual while it was installed. Most of errors was files and directory location related. Use find or locate command to find right path or application is installed.
About 25 minutes spent to complete installation of Centreon. First page was nice and pretty. Tried first time login, message "Invalid user" I thought I was so excited enough to mis-typed admin passwords, but ... kept getting same massage.
Well, I am so sure that I got right login and password to access Centreon. Started googling......
See below to see the issue.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 19 May 2009 16:40)
Do you have a telnet problem on Internet Explorer XP or Vista? I know it was fine with IE6.0. Per InsideMicrosoft Blog News Channel, Telnet function has been disable on IE and Vista.
To get better undestanding, we are providing EASY TUTORIAL VIDEO shows how to enable telnet on your IE. Do you want to watch tutorial Video first? Click below 'Watch Tutorial Video' icon below.
Last Updated (Saturday, 21 November 2009 07:15)
Traceroute(on window system, command will be "Tracert") is a most common and essential troubleshooting tool for network administrators. Even normal users who are facing some routing, latency or packet lost issue would be familiar with this tool. On DOS prompt, 'tracert' command syntax is "tracert hostname or IP address x.x.x.x". For example, "tracert cisconet.com" from my location today and the output might look like below:
Last Updated (Friday, 12 February 2010 12:27)
See below procedure to complete migrating your configuration and setting. Basically, exporting and merging a s/w registry of putty.exe.
Last Updated (Friday, 22 May 2009 18:39)
Iperf is well-known program to measure TCP performance and bandwidth of IPv4, IPv6 and multicast between two designated loations. It supports UDP and changing window size. Same program file will be used on both server and client location. Default value is shown 10sec runing time and it used 5001/tcp port. Be careful to use this, it will suck all the bandwidth. Test it in outside of business hours or weekend.
You can download file from this location
Last Updated (Tuesday, 19 May 2009 17:36)