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Dear Browns fans…

I am not sure what happened here but we have enough bad press without this.   Advertisements

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Observation of CCIE R&S Lab Version 5.

I took and failed the CCIE R&S v5 lab last Friday. It was my first attempt at the version 5 and third overall.  I wanted to throw some random tidbits out there about my impression of the lab while withholding anything that

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Cisco to introduce “Network Defined Software” project code named “Closed Stack”.

The industry is abuzz about the ongoing transformation of the data center!   With technologies like SDN, OpenStack and so called “white box” switching, insiders have voiced their opinion that these changes spell certain trouble for status quo players like Cisco.  Cisco

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Cisco acquires Cracker Barrel, jumps head first into DaaS.

To the great surprise of many in the industry Cisco announced Tuesday their intent to acquire Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. (known less formally as “Cracker Barrel”) for $410 Million USD cash. The Lebanon, Tennessee based company began business

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The Hobbit

Can’t wait for this.  I suspect better than the horrendous prequels from another franchise.  

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Charles Stizza

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  • Coming Full Circle on IPv6 Address Length September 26, 2017
    In the Future of Networking with Fred Baker Fred mentioned an interesting IPv6 deployment scenario: give a /64 prefix to every server to support container deployment, and run routing protocols between servers and ToR switches to advertise the /64 prefix to the data center fabric preferably using link-local addresses.Let’s recap:Read more ...
    Ivan Pepelnjak