OpenBSD Journal

SitesCollide #8 - OpenBSD Networking - Henning Brauer

Contributed by sean on from the henning speaks! dept.

Henning Brauer is interviewed on the SitesCollide podcast at the Confidence Symposium in Poland. The interview focuses on OpenBGPD as well a bit about CARP and OpenBSD itself at a very high level.

You can visit the site for a browser embedded version of the podcast or just download the MP3 itself.

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  1. By anonymous (91.127.67.108) on

    It's OpenBSD, not Open BSD!

  2. By Anonymous Coward (80.249.194.29) on

    Very good interview. Henning successfully explains the general concepts in layman terms.

    1. By Anonymous Coward (65.248.199.227) on

      > Very good interview. Henning successfully explains the general concepts in layman terms.

      Agreed, this was a really great interview, maybe even the kind of thing people using OpenBGPD could have their managers listen to.. and then ask them to contribute to OpenBSD so it can be made even better ;)

  3. By SitesCollide (83.31.96.23) feedback@sitescollide.com on www.sitescollide.com

    The "embedded" link above is an old link. Can someone please fix it? The new one is this:

    http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/SitesCollide-MP3/~3/128573668/B50EE425-0C8B-4AF2-AD70-CD2C98D091B3.html

    The MP3 link above is still good But I will re-post just in case:
    http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/SitesCollide-MP3/~5/128573669/scr08.mp3

    Thanks to all for listening. Please email anytime if you have any interesting sites that you would like to have featured on the show.

    Tyrel McMahn
    Producer, Sites Collide
    studio@SitesCollide.com
    www.SitesCollide.com

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