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If you frequently engage in the good battle of defending the network against all enemies, this website is intended to assist you in your endeavors. Blame the Network holds tools, resources, and frequent troubleshooting techniques you can refer back to 7 months from now when that one strange problem pops up again that you forgot how to solve because the last ticket got lost in a database corruption 4 power outages ago after that one cable was bitten into by a squirrel. Act like you haven’t heard of weirder things happening in IT. Exactly.
Network administration and engineering is hell… so sit back, learn, contribute, and for the love of all things great continue to defend the network; of course they’ll continue to blame it. God speed and may your coffee supply never run dry.
Here’s our latest garbage for your morning coffee read…
- Brocade – Configure Basic Remote SSH Access
When deploying a new site, one of the first things you want to do is establish remote access so you can complete the configurations and support the de
- Python Gmail Rank Stacking – Network Jobs
Python Gmail Rank Stacker Save time and find the best Network Engineer jobs in your Gmail inbox Background: Through the years, I’ve occasionally
- NSX basics in a nutshell explained for Network Engineers
VMWare NSX Overview One solution for the SDN buzz word everyone is talking about. I recently participated in some training around VMWare’s flags
- NetPi Plus – Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Network Analyzer
NetPi Plus Build Guide Introduction to NetPi Video: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Network Analyzer Are you new here? Here’s what NetPi Plus is all aboutR
- Good Tools for Network Engineers – Layer 1 (Fiber and Ethernet)
Hello fellow engineers! Having the right tools for the job is critical, and this holds true for network troubleshooting. I’ve had the chance to