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  • Getting Started with bgpPeeringMap | iTransformers.net
    with bgpPeeringMap bgpPeeringMap is able to discover bgpPeeringTopology through an SNMP requests towards SNMP enabled BGP routers Prerequirements bgpPeeringMap needs JRE 1 6 0 25 or later In order to work properly you have to have IP SNMP connectivity to a device with BGP routing table containg certain number of preferably Internet BGP routes However with bgpPeeringMap you can discover the peering topology of any kind of BGP connectivity Internet GRX or something else How to create an Internet BGP peering map Edit bgpPeeringMap bin bgpPeeringMap conf bgpPeeringMap properties and add there your snmp communities and the IP address of the BGP enabled device With other words change X X X X and test r test rw with your values query parameters system bgpLocalAs bgpPeerEntry bgp4PathAttrEntry xsltFileName1 bgpPeeringMap conf xslt bgp as path xslt xsltFileName2 bgpPeeringMap conf xslt inet map xslt output dir network output dir graphml undirected mibDir snmp2xml mibs address X X X X port 161 version 1 community ro test r community rw test rw timeout 500 retries 1 max repetitions 65535 as numbers xml autnums xml Then run On Windows cd bin bgpPeeringMap bat On Linux Unix cd bin chmod 775 sh bgpPeeringMap sh How to

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  • Education | iTransformers.net
    iTransformation Search form Search Education Educating people and producing agents of Change able to transform the current IT infrastructures into something newer modern and conventinent for use is one of the long term goals of iTransformers Currently our team supports several universities where we either teach or participate with workshops labs in topics as broad as Physics Networking and IT Telecom and Software iTransformers beleives that the best way tallent

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/education (2016-04-25)
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  • Graduation projects | iTransformers.net
    RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search You are here Education Graduation projects Submitted by info on Tue 02 25 2014 07 46 Conduct your degree project at iTransformers We work conscientiously to give students the opportunity to conduct their degree projects with us For two reasons First of all because we began our careers in a similar fashion we know how important it is to get the chance to translate theoretical knowledge into practical action Secondly and this nothing we try to hide degree projects are a perfect way for us to get to know new talent and if the expertise and personal chemistry are right to offer employment Available projects Here you can see all of our available projects Several of the projects can be carried out from anywhere in Bulgaria or in the World Get in touch with us for complete information about the projects who your mentor would be our perception of how work could be carried out and so forth Own proposals You naturally increase your chances of doing your degree project with us if you are active and have ideas about what you want to do Contact us if

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  • Trainings | iTransformers.net
    training aiming to introduce the participants to DDOS and one of the most popular methods for DDOS protection RTBH The course is half day theory and half day laboratory exercises The lab aims to teach you how to configure RTBH and also how to add some self protection to your applications Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack This is a devOps 1 day training aiming to introduce the participants to OpenStack

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/trainings (2016-04-25)
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  • Cloud Solutions - Intro to OpenStack | iTransformers.net
    expect4groovy expect4java snmp2xml4j Documentation netTransformer UserGuide Pirin Release Discovery Methods Impl Guide Developer s Guide netTransformer on dynamips bgpPeeringMap Education Graduation projects Trainings Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack Networks Security DDOS RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search You are here Education Trainings Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack Submitted by info on Sat 03 21 2015 07 16 Tags OpenStack Cloud KeyStone Nova Neutron Cinder

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/openstack (2016-04-25)
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  • Network Security - DDOS, RTBH & Self-Protection | iTransformers.net
    is half day theory and half day laboratory exercises The lab aims to teach you how to configure RTBH and also how to add some self protection to your applications Agenda DDOS and DDOS attach methods DDOS definition DDOS attacks DDOS defense Network Content Service Provider infrastructure General Concepts Internal Routing Internet Routing RTBH Remotely triggered black hole Source based Destination based Self adaptive systems Self Self configurable self optimization

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/ddos (2016-04-25)
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  • Contact | iTransformers.net
    Java applications expect4groovy expect4java snmp2xml4j Documentation netTransformer UserGuide Pirin Release Discovery Methods Impl Guide Developer s Guide netTransformer on dynamips bgpPeeringMap Education Graduation projects Trainings Cloud Solutions Intro to OpenStack Networks Security DDOS RTBH Self Protection Forum Contact iTransformers net Empowering iTransformation Search form Search Contact Name Email Subject Message CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question

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  • SNMP | iTransformers.net
    internets RFC 1157 A simple network management protocol After a short time RFC 1156 MIB 1 was replaced by the more often used RFC 1213 Version 2 of management information base MIB 2 for network management of TCP IP based internets Version 1 has been criticized for its poor security Authentication of clients is performed only by a community string in effect a type of password which is transmitted in cleartext The 80s design of SNMP V1 was done by a group of collaborators who viewed the officially sponsored OSI IETF NSF National Science Foundation effort HEMS CMIS CMIP as both unimplementable in the computing platforms of the time as well as potentially unworkable SNMP was approved based on a belief that it was an interim protocol needed for taking steps towards large scale deployment of the Internet and its commercialization In that time period Internet standard authentication security was both a dream and discouraged by focused protocol design groups SNMP version 2 SNMPv2 RFC 1441 RFC 1452 revises version 1 and includes improvements in the areas of performance security confidentiality and manager to manager communications It introduced GetBulkRequest an alternative to iterative GetNextRequests for retrieving large amounts of management data in a single request However the new party based security system in SNMPv2 viewed by many as overly complex was not widely accepted This version of SNMP reached the Proposed Standard level of maturity but was deemed obsoleted by later versions Community Based Simple Network Management Protocol version 2 or SNMPv2c is defined in RFC 1901 RFC 1908 SNMPv2c comprises SNMPv2 without the controversial new SNMP v2 security model using instead the simple community based security scheme of SNMPv1 This version is one of relatively few standards to meet the IETF s Draft Standard maturity level and was widely considered the de facto SNMPv2 standard It too was later obsoleted by SNMPv3 User Based Simple Network Management Protocol version 2 or SNMPv2u is defined in RFC 1909 RFC 1910 This is a compromise that attempts to offer greater security than SNMPv1 but without incurring the high complexity of SNMPv2 A variant of this was commercialized as SNMP v2 and the mechanism was eventually adopted as one of two security frameworks in SNMP v3 SNMPv1 SNMPv2c interoperability As presently specified SNMPv2c is incompatible with SNMPv1 in two key areas message formats and protocol operations SNMPv2c messages use different header and protocol data unit PDU formats from SNMPv1 messages SNMPv2c also uses two protocol operations that are not specified in SNMPv1 Furthermore RFC 2576 defines two possible SNMPv1 v2c coexistence strategies proxy agents and bilingual network management systems SNMP version 3 Although SNMPv3 makes no changes to the protocol aside from the addition of cryptographic security it looks much different due to new textual conventions concepts and terminology SNMPv3 primarily added security and remote configuration enhancements to SNMP Due to lack of security with the use of SNMP network administrators were using other means such as telnet for configuration accounting and

    Original URL path: http://itransformers.net/content/snmp (2016-04-25)
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