Software Defined Networking has been bouncing around the marchitecture blogosphere for a few years now (even onto my own apparently), but what is it exactly?¬†SDN enabled switches and routers promise to¬†actually interact with the applications that are cruising along top of them, rather than blindly shuttling packets from point A to point B. This type […]

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Until recently, I didn’t delve much into the EIGRP protocol. Despite Cisco opening it up to IETF in 2013, I have yet to run into EIGRP on another vendor’s platform, so in my opinion it was still relegated to Cisco only networks. However, I decided to take the plunge into Cisco’s certification track as a […]

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