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Enterprise Networking Design, Support, and Discussion


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Enterprise Networking Design, Support, and Discussion.

Enterprise Networking --

Routers, switches, wireless, and firewalls. Cisco, Juniper, Arista, Fortinet, and more are welcome.#### Description ###Enterprise Networking

Routers, Switches, Firewalls and other Data Networking infrastructure discussions welcomed.

New Visitors are encouraged to read our wiki.

This subreddit allows:

  • Enterprise & Business Networking topics such as:
  • Design
  • Troubleshooting
  • Best Practices
  • Educational Topics & Questions are allowed with following guidelines:
  • Enterprise /Data Center /SP /Business networking related.
  • No Homework Topics without detailed, and specific questions.
  • Networking Career Topics are allowed with following guidelines:
  • Topics asking for information about getting into the networking field will be removed. This topic has been discussed at length, please use the search feature.
  • Topics regarding senior-level networking career progression are permitted.

This subreddit does NOT allow:

  • Home Networking Topics.
  • We aren't here to troubleshoot your "advanced" video game latency issues.
  • Home Networks, even complex ones are best discussed elsewhere like /r/homenetworking
  • Home Lab discussions, as a tool for learning & certifications are welcomed.
  • Home Lab hardware discussions, as in "what do I buy for a homelab" are not permitted.
  • Braindump / Certification Cheating.
  • These topics pollute our industry and devalue the hard work of others.
  • These posts will be deleted without mercy.
  • Blogspam / Traffic Redirection.
  • This sub prefers to share knowledge within the sub community.
  • Directing our members to resources elsewhere is closely monitored.
    -- You may share a URL to a blog that answers questions already in discussion.
    -- But harassing members to check out your content will not be tolerated.
  • Surveys may be approved with the moderators' permission

  • Low-quality posts.

  • Any post that fails to display a minimal level of effort prior to asking for help is at risk of being Locked or Deleted.
  • We expect our members to treat each other as fellow professionals. Professionals research & troubleshoot before they ask others for help.
  • Please review How to ask intelligent questions to avoid this issue.
  • Early-Career Advice.
  • This sub-reddit is dedicated to higher-level, more senior networking topics.
  • /r/itcareerquestions /r/ccna and /r/ccent are all available for early-career discussions.
  • We don't do your homework for you.
  • Don't ask us what we would buy for a given project.
  • Don't ask us how to subnet.
  • ELI5 questions are not permitted. Please use /r/explainlikeimfive instead.
  • Show us how you think you should solve those issues, and we will validate or offer enhancement to your initial attempt.
  • Political Posts.
  • This subreddit invites redditors from all around the globe to discuss enterprise networking.
  • Political posts tend to attract the wrong crowd and overly aggressive vocalization.
  • Topics that may affect one locale does not contribute enterprise networking discussions.

###Recommended & Related Sub-Reddits:

/r/NetworkingJobs
/r/sysadmin
/r/ITCareerQuestions
/r/CSCareerQuestions
/r/ccna
/r/juniper
/r/jncia
/r/ccnp
/r/jncis
/r/ccdp
/r/jncip
/r/ccie
/r/ccde
/r/cisco
/r/jncie
/r/HomeNetworking
/r/TechSupport
/r/Network
/r/ipv6
/r/networkautomation
/r/outages

###Related IRC Channels

Rule #1: No Home Networking.

Rule #2: No Certification Brain Dumps / Cheating.

Rule #3: No BlogSpam / Traffic re-direction.

Rule #4: No Low Quality Posts.

Rule #5: No Early Career Advice.

Rule #6: Homework / Educational Questions must display effort.

Rule #7: No Political Posts

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packet loss
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