Sunday, November 27, 2011

Merging Document

Ever stuck in document merging challenge? I had done it plenty of time, without exception its not a very pleasing experience. One of similar event happen few days back when i have to combine the solution from many different vendor for a large tender.

Word 2010 hung and restart everytime i copy and pasted one document content to others, i tried a lot but of no use. Then I decided to automate it as much as i can. I tried to find out ready made tool but without success. After googling a bit i find a very simple Macro. All you need is to copy all your document in one folder,input the source folder location and bump, all of sudden you will get a single merged document.Off course it will not make it ready to use but still make the boring process a lot easier and save lot of time.

Sub test()
'
' test Macro
'
'
Dim rng As Range
Dim MainDoc As Document
Dim strFile As String
Const strFolder = "D:\SandBox\" 'make it as per your requirement

Set MainDoc = Documents.Add
strFile = Dir$(strFolder & "*.docx") ' can change to .doc
Do Until strFile = ""
Set rng = MainDoc.Range
rng.Collapse wdCollapseEnd
rng.InsertFile strFolder & strFile
strFile = Dir$()
Loop
End Sub

Thanks to addictivetips.com .For complete instructions please visit Link

Play Time

From a while, I have been searching for a software that can show me the duration of all videos in one folder. The intention is to avoid tedious manual work for planning before starting particular video training. I have tried many things including adding them into GOM, Windows media player,VLC player library but all of them proof to be a work around, unless i discover Play Time. It is very simple tool yet powerful enough. It can detect most of the video format without any problem and last but most importantly its free of cost.
Enjoy!!!
http://www.pendriveapps.com/playtime-calculate-audio-video-duration/

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Cisco-Free Networking ...HP is here

The Game is ON. With introduction of UCS Cisco has now entered in server market-space, a direct competitive step against its old partner HP. Later in 2010 HP respond it firmly !! acquired 3com with huge investment of 2.7 Billion. The below article is very interesting and shows how the competition is growing day by day. HP goes one step further and remove Cisco equipment from its Six data-center around the world. HP Data center are now completely "Cisco-Free".

The migration includes HP A Series equipment and now the DC is capable of handling more than 260 Gbs of WAN data traffic (120 Gbs of internet capacity). The equipment includes
20 A8812 routers,
6 A6616 routers,
18 A6604 routers,
16 A12508 switches
12 modular A9505 switches.


http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Enterprise-Networking/HP-Data-Centers-are-CiscoFree-495970/

Monday, December 27, 2010

Juniper extending its Virtualization portfolio

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Dec. 6, 2010 — Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR) today announced it has acquired Altor Networks, a leading provider of virtualization security technology that enables organizations to secure the virtualized world. This acquisition will allow Juniper to extend its market-leading security position by delivering an integrated, highly-scalable security architecture that protects physical and virtual systems. Under the terms of the agreement, Juniper acquired Altor for a cash purchase price of approximately $95 million, net of Altor shares already owned by Juniper.

For more details please click here

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Gartner UTM Results for 2010


Gartner Magic quadrant for UTM is just released. Fortinet rocks again. Cisco and juniper are are utilizing 3rd party UTM component. Juniper has teamed up with Kaspersky and Sophos while Cisco partnered with trend micro to offer the same. Fortinet clearly has an edge of developing integrated technologies. SonicWALL along with checkpoints solutions do also look impressive


The full report is available at

Monday, April 26, 2010

Do Write Memory and DHCP !!! Not always Best Bet

Lets go to IOS and experience an interesting case

R1(config)#ip dhcp pool Strange


Oh wait a min, I want to save my Config !!! Lets use write mem or do wr

R1(dhcp-config)#do wr
R1(dhcp-config)#end


Now My Config is save, let see show run output

Sh run
Output ommited....
!
ip dhcp pool Strange
domain-name wr------------> Ooops watch that.....where the domain name comes!!!!
!


My God this made me totally mad during an implementation, i were able to figure out this after sometime. So beware of shorcuts they are not always good (: