VLAN

With thanks to the 50 staff from across the University for attending please see below the links to the videos and PowerPoints of the day!

Direct link to Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLRxbdlgJzwyjAf820T0u4GpP0E01a9LEX&v=u-GVJ_0VuRM

Slides as PowerPoint

  1 Intro (4.3 MiB, 17 hits)

  2 MDT (85.2 MiB, 27 hits)

  3 PowerShell (27.5 MiB, 12 hits)

  4 PRTG Network Monitor (47.5 MiB, 12 hits)

  5 OpenVAS (32.9 MiB, 11 hits)

  6 WSUS and Chocolatey (60.3 MiB, 9 hits)

  7 NPS and VLANs (10.7 MiB, 8 hits)

Slides as PDF

  1 Intro (2.0 MiB, 11 hits)

  2 MDT (2.2 MiB, 11 hits)

  3 PowerShell (1.8 MiB, 10 hits)

  4 PRTG Network Monitor (3.2 MiB, 13 hits)

  5 OpenVAS (2.3 MiB, 16 hits)

  6 WSUS and Chocolatey (2.9 MiB, 14 hits)

  7 NPS and VLANs (1.4 MiB, 13 hits)

Stay tuned over the coming days for the scripts that are mentioned through the video which will be linked to from this post.

If you are running an HPE Aruba (formally ProCurve) switch you may come across cases where your switch (in the example above a 5400R zl2) has multiple IP Addresses/VLANs and you need it to talk to another service (in my case syslog and sFlow receivers) on a set interface.

When this occurs you can use the ip source-interface command (make sure you are in config mode first) to define the IP Address or VLAN that you want the switch to talk out on. In my case VLAN2 which is used as the management network for the network switches (VLAN1 being the default network that switches use if multiple addresses are configured).