Changing your hardware address can be a pain in the Microsoft world. Because of some wireless testing purposes I needed to change my built in hardware address or MAC (media access control) address in my Windows 7 distribution.
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Maybe you came across a problem where you have a Cisco switch worth a few thousand dollars but you just don’t have a Cisco SFP which is also not cheap or it had malfunctioned and you are looking for an alternative. I have recently encountered that kind of situation (the first one) but there is a way:)
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You learn in depth about Linux and all the things you can do with that operating system, but you could get stuck on the most trivial things like installing it to your flash drive. There are many programs and ways to install it as a Live distribution, but I found this program to be the most efficient and is easy to use.
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We are going to discuss how to enable root SSH login on the ESX 4.0 server. Root user is disabled by default so all we have to do is get to our ESX console and enable it.
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