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
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We released a really cool History of Networking episode over at Network Collective this week. Vint Cerf came on the show to talk about his role in the creation of the Internet and TCP/IP. You can find that here.
Just finished listening to this one on the way to work. Excellent! Thank you guys for doing these.
I finally released the last video of a 7-part Subnetting Mastery video series. Each video is 2-8 minutes long and will comfortably take someone with little to no exposure of subnetting, to solving subnetting problems in any octet in 60 seconds or less.
If you're already comfortable with Subnetting and just want a sample of what the videos are like, I would recommend Video 5, 6, or 7 to see the process in action.
The videos do not mention classes, nor do they do binary conversions. This is a modern, realistic subnetting mastery video series that translates to real life practical subnetting more so than it does a specific certification exam.
The video series also contains a link to a subnetting problem generator. The details are at the end of Video 4.
I've been subnetting for years now, but I really appreciate your work! Keep it up!
So glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for the kind words!
How do you prepare and verify changes in enterprise networks? This post details some of the best practices for changes in large scale networks https://blog.ipfabric.io/testing-procedures-for-network-changes-4d1d2cc48bee
DMVPN NAT explained
Just a blog post describing what does and does not work with DMVPN when you introduce NAT (like in the real world). Also included configs + GNS3 files.
Enterprises have continued their shift towards Hosting and Cloud Services. A report by 451 Research found that 53% of the survey respondents expect to see high spending on hosting and cloud in the coming six months, with only 3% expected a decrease. Our Weekly Blog Post
Hey all, an ongoing conversation in the telecommunications industry is how to resolve the issue of operating and maintaining networks. A bold, but intriguing solution to this problem is the implementation of self-driving networks. We wrote about the idea of self-driving networks and why we think they are the future here.
HOW TO AUTOMATE YOUR NETWORK USING ANSIBLE AND NAPALM
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