Category Archives: networking

CNTL when curl or wget is not enough 0

Simple retrieving from the Internet behind a proxy There’re a couple of ways to go out your company via a proxy. Most common and simple it’s to retrieve a particular web using the command curl (or wget) and include your authentication in it, for instance: curl –proxy-ntlm –proxy-user “MyDomain\ntlmtest:test” –proxy proxy.estest.intra:3128 (You may get more […]

Why am i going to “play” with a Rasperry Pi? (Update 31/03/2018) 0

Why am i going to “play” with a Rasperry Pi? Short answer; for educational purposes. No the little bit more explained why I decide to sset up a Rasperry Pi, but also going to the point: I’m very bad with hardware, so it’s a little bit challenging for me a very good friend gift me […]

Active Sync comparison chart 0

Active sync is a MS technology to synchronize mobile devices with an Exchange Server. You may find sometimes your mobile device doesn’t work as you expected with your Exchange Server. Before you consider a bug or before try any workaround I recommend you to have a look to this comparison chart about how compatible is […]

Cluod computing all around… 0

The main stream is to talk about Google+ … well, yeah, I know, and I already got my Google+ account in use, but now I didn’t wrote a single line about that. I want to point and emphazise to things that pass unnoticed for most of us: Amazon. Let me explain myself. First: Apple uses […]

Detect your Flash Player pluggin version 0

Thanks to aNieto2k (in Spanish about Flash Player version detection with Javascript) I’ve found a web page that tells you not only if you got Flash Player plugin installed but also which version. I use to browse the Internet with Firefofox and so easy to type in the URL bar: about:plugins that I forget it’s […]