Cisco networking & eduroam: Rate Limiting Using Microflow Policing

This is my final post on the interesting technical aspects of the new networking infrastructure that support the eduroam service around the university. This post covers the finer technical details of how we currently rate limit client devices to 8Mbps … Continue reading

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Configuring Cisco Ethernet management interfaces

Following on from recent posts where I have covered our use of the Cisco Catalyst 4500-X platform for the eduroam networking infrastructure upgrade project, I thought it would be good to cover the Ethernet management interface in more detail. Why, … Continue reading

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Cisco networking and eduroam: Routing

This is the first post in a series discussing some of the finer details of the networking setup for the new eduroam infrastructure that went into production last month. In this post, I will be covering the IP routing setup … Continue reading

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Building the new eduroam networking infrastructure

As many of you around the university are likely to be aware of by now, this month we migrated to a new backend infrastructure to support the eduroam service across the city. This blog post has been written to give … Continue reading

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