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RFC1925 - Rule 10

One size never fits all You might have seen, in the recent pandemic, advertisements for masks where “one size fits all.”...

RFC Rule 9a (Part 11)

Every networking problem always takes longer to solve than it seems like it should (RFC1925, Rule 11) Everyone is aware ...

RFC Series (Part 10)

Whatever it is, you need more (RFC1925, Rule 9) There is never enough. Whatever you name in the world of networking, the...

RFC Series (Part 9)

It’s More Complicated than You Think (RFC1925, Rule 9) It is not unusual in the life of a network engineer to go entire ...

RFC Series (Part 8)

It is Always Something (RFC1925, Rule 7) While those working in the network engineering world are quite familiar with th...

RFC Series (Part 6)

It is Easier to Move a Problem than Solve it (RFC1925, Rule 6) Early on in my career as a network engineer, I learned th...

RFC Series (Part 5)

Agglutinating Problems Considered Harmful (RFC2915, Rule 5) In the networking world, many equate simplicity with the few...

RFC Series (Part 4)

Experience Has Shown That (RFC2915, Rule 4) The world of information technology is filled, often to overflowing, with th...

RFC Series (Part 3)

The Dangers of Flying Pigs There are many times in networking history, and in the day-to-day operation of a network, whe...

RFC Series (Part 2)

The Second Truth of Networking From time immemorial, humor has served to capture truth. This is no different in the worl...

RFC Series (Part 1)

The 12 Networking Truths From time immemorial, humor has served to capture truth. This is no different in the world of c...

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