In this episode, A.J. and Tim are joined by Lexie (@TracketPacer) and they discuss their goals for the upcoming year! Hear how each of them goes about goal planning and the goals they’ve set for themselves for the coming year. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to complete our 2022 Listener Survey!https://artofneteng.com/2022survey Links:Space WeatherContinue reading “Ep 77 – New Year, New Goals!”
There’s no denying that network engineers can be a tricky group to shop for, especially if you aren’t a network engineer yourself. This year-round guide can help you shop for the network engineer in your life, regardless of the occasion. Use this list for some inspiration to help make their work lives a little bitContinue reading “Gift Giving Guide for Network Engineers”
In this episode the team talks about Enterprise Network Design. We cover a lot – everything from the 3 tiered design, routed vs switch access layer, and they even dip into a little bit of wireless! Check out our Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/artofnetengFollow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/artofnetengFollow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/artofneteng/Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/artofnetengJoin theContinue reading “Ep 65 – Enterprise Network Design”
In this episode, we’re talking about the technical, non-networking, skills you need to be successful in your career these days! We’re not talking about soft skills this time either. There’s so much we touch as Network Engineers. We talk about the skills you should have and the technologies you should understand as a Network Engineer.Continue reading “Ep 64 – Non-Networking Skillz”
In this episode, we talk about their experience and the importance of documenting the network. We also go over the various tools used to document the network as well as the different types of diagrams. We’ll even discuss how you can get started and learn how to document your network for free – no needContinue reading “Ep 56 – Documentation”
In his first guest appearance on The Art of Network Engineering, Tim discusses placement of L2/L3 boundaries in a traditional 3-Tier campus design.