IP/MAC Scanner from Linux Command Line?

I use IP Scanners all the time.  Angry IP and IP Scanner Pro are great GUI applications for Windows, OS X, and Linux.  But what if you’re only option is a linux command line?  NMAP is here to the rescue! If you want to scan an IP range for MAC and IP Addresses that are … Continue Reading

Delete a route in Mac OS X Yosemite

I realized I had a post for how to add a static route, but didn’t have one for how to delete one…. So here ya go!  

How to Add a Route in Mac OS X Mavericks

Ever have need to access a network that your default gateway (router) doesn’t know about?  Just add the route via the CLI/Terminal on a Mac OS X running Mavericks! The command is sudo route -n add (network) (gateway)

Add Logging to All Security Policies on a #Juniper #SRX

If you’re tired of typing “then log session-init” or clicking on the log button in NSM or on the web GUI there is an easy way to log every single policy. We’ll use JUNOS groups to accomplish this. From the CLI: configure set groups log-all-policies security policies from-zone <*> to-zone <*> policy <*> then log … Continue Reading