More to Cover. Covers performed by Johnny Cash

Famous Johnny Cash is mostly known by his own and traditional country songs. It is enough said about that man I’ll not add anything new.
So just some music.

It is 11.11.11 so lets start from

One by U2

Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode

Hurt by Nine Inch Nails

Traditional song full of celebrity figures. 🙂 Hi Iggy, Hi Flea. 🙂

God’s Gonna Cut You Down

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Imperial march

One more “Cover”!

Imperial March performed by Two Floppy drives!

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Duck and Cover

Something about music.
Lovely cover bands.
Really great band named Hayseed Dixie.
The Highway to Hell by AC/DC.

Continue with DC,

Note that HELLs Bells.

You will see this later:
Some “radio” song. I don’t feel like dancing

The great german rockabilly covermakers “The Baseballs”. I’ve heard all original songs on radio but have no idea about singers/authors/whatever.


I don’t feel like dancing again


Todays discover, “And just for the record, Kurt was a hipster before being a hipster was a hipster thing to do, so he was cool.” Yeah, Jingle Punks Hipster Orchestra.
There is nothing left from Nirvana but it is cool.


Smells like teen spirit

Thats all for today. Stay tuned and Duck! more to come. 🙂

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SNMP in SmartEdge.

Pretty simple, using “enhance ifmib”:

Config, in global mode:

snmp server enhance ifmib
snmp view monitor internet included
snmp view monitor system included
snmp view monitor ifEntry included
snmp view monitor ifXEntry included
snmp community public view monitor

IF-MIB::ifHCInOctets =
IF-MIB::ifHCOutOctets =

enhance ifmib adds the following to IF-MIB:
• 802.1Q VLANs (PVCs) support
• QoS counters support
• Sets ifDescr equal to ifName

Everything else pretty standard:
snmpwalk -v2c -c public interfaces.ifXTable

*put some output

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