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> Need compiled! OpenVMPS - command line tool, Should be a simple compile,nothing fancy
mdweezer
post Nov 12 2004, 11:20 AM
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http://vmps.sourceforge.net/

This is a small tool to act as a VMPS server for Cisco Switches...

I'm doing a presentation for a networking class on this and instead of running the server on my Ubuntu Linux laptop I'd rather run the server off my Zaurus =) I'm sure that'd give me some extra points!!!!

Anyway if you can get this compiled, which should be reallllly easy then please email me at Matthew.d.williams@gmail.com ASAP.

I'm pretty sure it requires nothing special and hopefully will compile with no problems!!!

So please, someone out there give it a shot biggrin.gif
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mdweezer
post Nov 13 2004, 10:18 AM
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This is for a 5500 running a Sharp ROM (Kompany) if that matters, I just noticed looking at some of the development stuff you need the older gcc for the Sharp ROMS.

If anyone can tackle this please do so ASAP!! Would be much appreciated!!! biggrin.gif
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mdweezer
post Nov 16 2004, 02:28 PM
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Just an update. I've had two people compile this for me!
I would like to thank Jeff Baker and Kenroy Harrison, they both compile the app for me and dropped me an email so i'm all set! I still need to test it out but first I need to get my MAC on my wireless card registered with my schools lab so I can test it out.

The software acts as a VMPS (VLAN Management Policy Server), it stores a list of mac addresses and cooresponding VLANs. When a computer plugs into a cisco switch it will query the server (in this care, my zaurus) and see what VLAN the computer belongs on or if it should just shutdown the port. It's a pretty cool tool, I've got it running on my Ubuntu Linux box and I thought when I give a presentation on this next week it would be impressive to show the server running on a PDA as a backup to the main server (my laptop).

Anyways, thanks again!
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