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Blogpost Friday!

It's Read-only Friday! It is time to put your feet up, pour a nice dram and look through some of our member's new and shiny blog posts

Feel free to submit your blog post and as well a nice description to this thread.

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CCNP13 points · 3 months ago

I recently uploaded Introduction to VRF's.

It's the first video in a four-part series. This part explains what VRF's are, why we use them, and how to configure them.

Includes two downloadable labs

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Tagged, so I can watch them later.

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great job! subscribed

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CCNP1 point · 2 months ago


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5 Reasons Why You Need Network Diagrams. With computer networks becoming ever more vast, abstract, and complicated, diagrams are the beating heart of good documentation. Here we look at five reasons why.

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Not a blog, but a webinar available for this week for Cisco migrations.

I'm leading a webinar next week on a proprietary solution for expediting ASA to Firepower migrations with my colleague Joe Schreiber. If you're an MSSP that has a Cisco migration project coming up, or internally are considering moving to Firepower, you should find utility in attending.

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obsessed with NetKAT3 points · 3 months ago

not a blog post, but I gave a talk recently on P4. always interested in hearing feedback (including "it sucked, you suck, and you should feel bad")

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No comments on the video, but your flair intrigued me so I did some googling.

Looks waaaay too complicated for me lol

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obsessed with NetKAT1 point · 2 months ago

we all use all kinds of stuff every day that we have no intention of understanding the theorem behind :-)

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A lot of hacks and data breaches happened in the month of April:

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