Online Network Simulators (Free)
The shows listed here are particular episodes that have resonated with me. I may be missing some, especially going back a few years as I just really started in on these podcasts lately even though they have been around for some time.
Zigbits Network Design
Main Page: Zigbits.tech
One of my favorites on CI/CD, including definitions and examples.
Designing for DevOps
Nicholos Russo having a conversation around Designing for DevOps
Introducing NRE Labs
NRE Labs is a site that I’m going to recommend frequently. It is a place to get started with tutorials about Network Automation. Go here for free and relevant learning!
The Source of Truth Shall Set You Free (To Automate)
Podcast of using Netbox, Grafana, Influx, and a modern company system
The Network Collective
The Network Collective brings many contributors to the automation community to the table to discuss various technologies related to Network Automation.
Links to checkout further
Ansible Lint Github Link
Ken’s List of Links
IPvSean IP Address Filter
ASA for Vagrant
Ansible 2.5 Networking Changes
Copy SSH Keys, format of playbook, etc.
Guy who wrote a book on dev ops
Jeff Geerling - Ansible with Win10
Save IOS configs with Ansible
Ansible Network Automation Github Page
Create a list from output of Ansible
YAML Guide 1
Coding Packets Ansible
Ansible Networking Github Page
VxLAN Overview 1
Cisco DC Spine & Leaf Design Overview WhitePaper
Cisco Security Events - Syslog
Ivan BGP in EVPN
Spanning Tree: Nexus 5k Guide
Lower end Cat Switches
Guide to better SSH Security
Sublime Text Editor Links
Regular reminder: Reducing MacOS copy-paste formatting frustration:— Nils Swart (@NLNils) August 2, 2019
1. System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts
2. App shortcuts > “+”
3. Select All Applications, Title: “Paste and Match Style”, Keyboard shortcut: CMD-V
4. Add. Done.
Web Net Development
This is the my original network development platform. I went with it due to challenges
that Flask presented around getting it to look “Pretty” using Bootstrap. This looked
like the right decision for the time. I would probably recommend Network Engineers using
Flask for web development at this point.
Django LDAP Example
This is a micro-services web setup. It comes very basic and is very easy to get moving. First recommendation - Flask Mega-Tuturial. It is awesome. Well worth the purchase.
Github Pages Help
Open Source Projects
Product Documentation Links
Home Office Links!
Raspberry Pi Links
If looking to connect via Netmiko to GNS3, this may help:
net_connect = ConnectHandler( device_type='generic_termserver_telnet', # changed ip='127.0.0.1', username='pyclass', password='cisco', global_delay_factor=4, default_enter='\r\n', port=5000)