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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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packetpushers.net3 points · 3 months ago

Cabling is important. Its need to be good enough. The problem I have with cabling is that people spend way to much time fussing, fretting and fooling themselves that having nice cabling actually has value.

You should be spending time in meetings, writing scripts or buffing up your excel skills to work out the software subscription licensing costs.

https://youtu.be/nkbvhO0ZBy0

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CCNP2 points · 3 months ago

Recently I've created some videos on VRF's. Here's the next part, which uses route-targets and route-distinguishers to extend VRF functionality across routers.

This also covers MP-BGP, and touches on MPLS.

https://youtu.be/dW8JjcINgDg

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