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Statefull NAT64 – simple configuration example on Cisco routers

The example shows a simplified configuration of a Statefull NAT64 demo, without DNS64. I instruct the stateful NAT64 router (CSR-1 – CSR100v) to translate IPv6 packets into IPv4 packets (and vice versa) using algorithmic mapping (defined by RFC 6052) of IPv4 addresses of IPv4 routers to and from IPv6 addresses by using manually defined IPv6 prefix 2001:db8::/96). In a similar manner, the IPv6 addresses of IPv6 routes are translated to and from IPv4 addresses.

Topology

R1/R2 run 7200 IOS image., R1 is pure IPv4 router, on the other site, R2 is IPv6 only.

Parrot OS v5.0 – How to manually install VirtualBox guest additions

Environment:

Variant 1 => using official online parrot repo

sudo su -

# update packages list and upgrade packages
apt update && apt upgrade -y

# install virtualbox guest additions from the Parrot repo
apt install virtualbox-guest-utils

# install the package
apt install virtualbox-guest-x11

# reboot the system
reboot

Now the resize should work.

Variant 2 => using VBox Guest addition image

Now we will install Vbox guest addition using VBox option.

Multi tabbed, multi execution telnet/ssh clients

Working on our practical networking lessons our students and I, as their teacher, we are usually configuring several routers and switches (sometimes up to ten), which are accessible remotely. For this, we welcome the use of multi-tabbed and especially multi execution clients.

They allow us to eficiently organize working space and run commands in one task on all connected network equipments (for example to save running config).

KIS 2019 network traffic dataset

KIS 2019 network traffic dataset

  • Authors : Jana Uramová, Tomáš Mokoš, Patrik Rodina, Peter Seemann, Miroslav Kohútik

This article describes the KIS 2019 network traffic dataset. If you wish to access this dataset, contact us by e-mail at dataset[AT]kis.fri.uniza.sk.

The KIS 2019 dataset was created by Tomáš Mokoš as a part of his Diploma thesis at the Department of Information Networks on the University of Žilina’s Faculty of Management Science and Informatics.

How to later integrate Solar-Putty with GNS3 as the preferred console application

Starting the GNS3 version 2.1.10, Solar-Putty is packaged as the default SSH client. However, how to integrate it to GNS3 later? As it was not selected during the GNS3 installation? Follow:

1. Download the Solar Putty application from https://www.solarwinds.com/free-tools/solar-putty. Puty is zipped, therefore after the download has completed, unzip the Solar-PuTTY.exe application file to your preferred application folder. I used the C:\Program Files (x86)\Solar-Putty\ for that.

Tools for a quick SIP diagnostics – ngrep, sipgrep and sngrep

Sometimes there is a need for simple and quick analysis or the troubleshooting of a SIP server and its call functions. Of course, we should use the well-known tcpdump, mentioned in the article Using tcpdump for SIP diagnostics. However, for some occasional Linux users this may be too difficult and unclear. Actually there exist some simpler utilities,, that could work fine, as ngrep, and for me newer sipgrep and sngrep (love at first sight).

All utils are directly available and can be installed online from Debian repo using apt-get install ngrep sipgrep sngrep.

Using tcpdump for SIP diagnostics

TCPdump is a powerful command-line packet analyzer, which may be used for a SIP message sniffing/analyzing. TCPdump is preinstalled on many linux distributions, or may be installed directly from debian repository:

apt-get install tcpdump

TCPdump allows write sniff to a file or display it realtime. Its usage for SIP message analysis may look like: