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Saw this on my normal blog rounds.

Go for it.

http://blog.brokennetwork.ca/2011/06/so-i-have-this-book-lying-around-doing.html#more
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Why is there Zero Cisco love on this forum? They should just rename this forum - "What router should I buy & Wifi"

+ 2 Boddingtons Pub Ale..
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Boddington's pub ale is quite nice.
Perhaps follow/precede with a Murphy's stout and/or Strongbow.
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I was too drunk to to precede to anything but bed..
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the vast majority of people that come into this section are consumers of home equipment. The few that do come here are either trying to get an understanding of professional grade equipment or have been thrown into a situation at work which they have no business being thrown into by management. Just because they work in the IT department does not make them Network Engineers.

It would be nice if OCN became a one stop shop for more networking expertise, however every Network Engineer, Network Solutions Architect and the like I know, would not come here for help with a problem as it would be far out of scope of the level of experience this community has. Likewise there is a reason we Network Engineers make $100k+ is for our higher skillsets and knowledge. I for one, am thankful for this knowledge not being for people with average intelligence, as it does provide for a more desirable and stable job market.
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Originally Posted by bratas;13772901 
the vast majority of people that come into this section are consumers of home equipment. The few that do come here are either trying to get an understanding of professional grade equipment or have been thrown into a situation at work which they have no business being thrown into by management. Just because they work in the IT department does not make them Network Engineers.

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Here Here!
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Networking.
And what is your beer/adulterated-beverage of choice?
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And what is your beer/adulterated-beverage of choice?

Yuengling
http://www.yuengling.com
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Originally Posted by bratas;13773077 
Yuengling
http://www.yuengling.com

Yuengling is good but, you need to get ahold of some flying dog brews, now they are tasty, or some troeggs brewery beer.
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Originally Posted by bratas;13772901 
the vast majority of people that come into this section are consumers of home equipment. The few that do come here are either trying to get an understanding of professional grade equipment or have been thrown into a situation at work which they have no business being thrown into by management. Just because they work in the IT department does not make them Network Engineers.

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that's why 16yr olds hack the servers of the so called professionals. Guess that's out of their scope as well
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