Category Archives: Hardware

Cisco AnyConnect VPN

By | January 2, 2020

To enable support for client computers the client software package must be loaded into the ASA in the form of a .pkg file. These can be found here on our network: S:\Software\Networking\!Cisco\AnyConnect This is loaded into the ASA under Config>Remote Access VPN>Network (Client) Access>AnyConnect Client Software

NVidia GTX vs. Quadro

By | October 6, 2019

Purpose – Quadro cards are designed for specific render tasks, like CAD and video rendering, outperforming Geforce by a significant margin. AutoDesk has only certified Quadro Cards for Revit. Quality – Quadro cards are  designed for maximum durability and longevity and stand up to the rigors of daily strenuous use better than the consumer-oriented Geforce. For these reasons… Read More »

Windows Time

By | May 29, 2019

This command will cause the system clock to sync with Internet time servers. It is useful when older server are loosing time. w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:pool.ntp.org /syncfromflags:MANUAL Stop-Service w32time Start-Service w32time

PPI – Pixels Per Inch

By | August 7, 2018

The PPI of a monitor is a measure of its size in inches and the total number of pixels in the horizontal and vertical directions. It is important to account for PPI when choosing a monitor for a client to ensure a positive user experience. A 20-inch 4k monitor would be virtually useless, as the elements of the… Read More »

Site VPN 1/2 Connected

By | November 20, 2017

In a Site-toSite VPN setup between two Cisco ASAs you find that traffic stops passing between sites, however, the connection is established. In addition under Monitoring>VPN>IPSec Site-to-Site one side shows: Bytes Rx 0 / Tx increasing and the other ASA shows BytesRx increasing / Tx 0. While rare the fix is to: change nothing, save the configs and… Read More »