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Setting up Avalanche Automation on Linux


The Avalanche product comes with a fully-featured TCL API for several operating systems: Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. Coupled with the “GUI to TCL” feature of the Windows thick client (Avalanche Commander) it’s a very powerful automation tool. The typical use … Continue reading

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Testing Server Name Indication (SNI) In The Lab


People have been saying that Internet will run out of IPv4 address space for a long time now, and somehow hosting companies always managed to cope. One of the “coping mechanisms” consists of regrouping several websites behind one IP address … Continue reading

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Installing Avalanche Anywhere on CentOS 64 bits


A couple of month ago, Spirent released Avalanche Anywhere (as well as STC Anywhere). The goal of these products is to give our customers the ability to put the Avalanche (or STC) backend on any Linux distribution. For support purposes … Continue reading

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