Teach Me How to Route!

Beer me that Route!

I’ve actually been meaning to write this post for 2 months now, but I keep procrastinating and bingewatching Netflix instead. I found myself in a precarious situation a while ago, something that we’ve since resolved through changes in our network architecture, but prior to the changes, I learned a thing or two thanks to it. […]

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Essential Constructs: Path Manipulation

One of the things that I think is key from separating a good network engineer from a great network enginner is their ability to control the paths which data travels. As we all know, each routing protocol has built-in best path algorithms, but sometimes, these just aren’t enough. There may be many reasons for an […]

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The Ten Commandments: #1 Route Filtering

This is something I want to touch on as it’s a very important subject in my eyes. Our jobs as network engineers and administrators is to provide seamless communications to clients and servers alike, an often overlooked component of which is (in my opinion) route filtering. For those who aren’t aware, route filtering is the […]

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