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Life of a Packet—IOS Basic Order of Operations

April 2, 2013

Some notes:

Inside-to-Outside (LAN to WAN)

Outside-to-Inside (WAN to LAN)
If IPsec, then check input access listDecryption (if applicable) for IPsec

Check input access list

Check input rate limits

Input accounting

Policy routing

Routing

Redirect to web cache (WCCP or L2 redirect)

WAAS application optimization (start/end of WAAS optimization path)

NAT inside to outside (local to global translation)

Crypto (check map and mark for encryption)

Check output access list

Inspect (Context-based Access Control (CBAC))

TCP intercept

Encryption

Queueing

MPLS VRF tunneling (if MPLS WAN deployed)

MPLS tunneling (if MPLS WAN deployed)Decryption (if applicable) for IPsec

Check input access list

Check input rate limits

Input accounting

NAT outside to inside (global to local translation)

Policy routing

Routing

Redirect to web cache (WCCP or L2 redirect)

WAAS application optimization (start/end of WAAS optimization path)

Crypto (check map and mark for encryption)

Check output access list

Inspect (Context-based Access Control (CBAC))

TCP intercept

Encryption

Queueing

1 Source: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_tech_note09186a0080133ddd.shtml

Real source: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/solutions/Enterprise/Data_Center/WAASDC11.html

 

The Helmet

March 14, 2010

“There are many things, that you can point to, and prove humans are not smart. But my personal favorite would have to be, that we had to invent the helmet. What was happening, apparently, is that we were involved in a lot of activities that were cracking our heads.

We chose not to avoid these activities but instead come up with some sort of device to help us to continue to enjoy, our head-cracking lifestyle. The Helmet !

Even that didn’t work, because enough people weren’t wearing them, so we had to come up with the helmet law, which is even stupider because the idea behind the helmet law is to preserve a brain, who’s judgment is so poor, that it doesn’t even try to stop the cracking of the head it’s in!”

– Jerry Seinfeld

Its BLUE MOON today

January 30, 2010

As seen by my lil berry … 🙂 couldn’t gasp it to the full of it though.

Men at work :)

January 30, 2010

Heh, not the best posture but it works !!! For long bitch-fest meetings and chronic bridges … 🙂

Lahore’s live temprature.

January 2, 2010

So it just clicked my mind – not sure if its a good idea or not but I have a temp beacon working on my roof top, and I’m relaying the temperature updates over to twitter after every 30 mins from Lahore 🙂 ENJJOY it here :

Lahore Live Temprature

Priceless Moments

July 7, 2008

TOP TWENTY SIGNS YOU’RE AN INTERNET ADDICT

April 30, 2008
  1. You joined a Facebook “Support Group for Uber User Internet Addicts.” TRUE
  2. You’re surprised when people ask why your business card lists your email address as the same as your Facebook, LinkedIn, MSN IM, Plaxo Pulse, Gizmo Project and Yahoo IM IDs and even more upset if your boss will not let you list that fact on your business card. (submitted by Suzanne Bowen) TRUE
  3. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is your best excuse for ending a conversation.
  4. You’re seriously considering a laptop to accompany the magazines by the commode. (submitted by Jody Carbone) I DO CARRY ONE 😛
  5. People call you by your screen name more then you real name. TRUE
  6. You extend your wireless coverage all the way to the community pool… well, just because you can do stuff like that and someone might want Internet access when they’re sitting at the pool. (submitted by Joel Barrett) – well i do extend my wireless range around my home but i’m mean about it 🙂
  7. Your best pick up line is… I Stumbled Upon your Twitter, Reddit and found it Del.icio.us.
  8. You have more networking gear in your home lab than the one at the office (submitted by Nathan Gregory) – Absolutely true – even more bandwidth then my previous office
  9. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is your best excuse for ending a conversation.
  10. Humnn, You know you are a internet freak when you actually blog your review of an ongoing movie halfway through in a movie hall during the interval on your GPRS enabled cell phone. (Damn, I actually did it 😀 ) (submitted by Sreeraj S Arasa)  – i’ll do that exactly if i go to movie hall 😀
  11. he last social function you attended was a LAN Party  – haha – joined many parties like these
  12. You sit with your girlfriend in the living room, but instead of talking to each other you use messenger, Sametime, Skype to ask her for a cup of tea! (submitted by Isabell Otterbein) – well not girl friend but 2 of my brothers in same home and we talk on Gtalk 😛
  13. Your online gaming rig came with an integrated espresso maker.
  14. If you launch a blog for your baby before he or she is born, track its search engine ranking on a daily basis, and actually consider the possibility of ad revenues – then you might be an Internet addict. (submitted by Jeff Brainard)
  15. You can’t believe that “l8r, OMG, TTYL, and BFF” are not in Webster’s Dictionary. TRUE
  16. You talk to your kids and collect family information through Facebook. (submitted by Debbie Zioni)
  17. You haven’t watched TV on a TV since Al Gore invented the Internet. LMAO – exactly 😀
  18. You have pets named, “Avatar, “Linden,” and “Digg.” (submitted by Gabriel Garcia)
  19. You can’t laugh anymore, you only LOL! –  how true :D:D:D:D:D:D:D LOLZ
  20. Your Facebook page gets more traffic than a drive though window.

My recorded moves ! WAO !

March 22, 2008

So it’s been couple of days i have started tracking my moves around the city via my new GPS reciever – and today I traveled from my current home to a new home (very soon) – and its path on G-Map is amazing – its amazing how much distance i covered in 1 hour in a round trip 😀 here the pictures :

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WAO !!

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Back to Home !!

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4.8 Billion & Their Slaps

February 15, 2008

O boy – i am fan of this man – he is a great great pessimist. Got sometime ready his columns at JANG
colums

George Strait-Wrapped

December 24, 2007