Here we go again .. and it is September of what has been a very fine 2017, thus far.

Sep 2017



It has been a while since I last updated the blog.

After a lot of queries and encouragement from the people around (particularly one Harvey Lang), i intend to start once again with contributing some fresh material to the blog. just one step at a time 🙂



June 2016


This blog is in its infancy at the moment, and about 6 months (Mid 2013) from where and how i want it to be. As such, it will be a work in progress for some time, as i continue to add content to it at my convenience.

I work as a Technical Consultant for a Global IT Company’s Data Center Networking practice, near London, UK (further details on the Disclaimer page). This blog is supposed to serve as my personal diary for all the adventures .. and the odd misadventure that i have along the way. I hope to include the tips, tricks, tweaks and techy-bits that have been of use to me during infrastructure implementations. In most cases, it comprises of the actual notes I built while working on different projects.

The blog, although mostly biased towards Dell Force10 and PowerConnect, will also include Cisco and Juniper products.

When not working, i spend time at home with my year old son, and my lovely wife. My other interests include Astrophysics, Theoretical physics, Literature, Music & Movies.

Hasan 🙂

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