Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Friday, December 8, 2023

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People visit forums like Reddit and Stack Overflow daily seeking expert advice about cloud networking and security. We search through those posts and gather a list of discussions and questions that you – the experts – might find interesting or solvable. Less time searching, more time making connections.


If you’re new to Reddit or Stack Overflow, some starting tips are below. And if you do respond to any of these threads, share the link to your responses back to this post so others in the community can follow you!


Below are the most recent inquiries.



Dec 8 Who owns the administration of the network automation and monitoring infra in your org?

Dec 8 Best books to fully learn about networking and ita protocols

Dec 8 Connecting networks with identical ip ranges

Dec 8 Anyone using Palo Alto VM-Series in Inspection VPC? Looking for feedback

Dec 8 How does Google Cloud handle network isolation and routing between different VPCs or instances?

Dec 8 Blogpost Friday!


Dec 7 Scanning a VLAN without knowing the subnet range

Dec 7 Suspicious return traffic (Firewall logs)

Dec 7 Which certs would be the best to have to succeed in a solutions architect interview at AWS?

Dec 7 Azure Firewall DNAT Issue

Dec 7 Why is the azure application gateway so damn costly??

Dec 6 Which firewall to use to protect our Azure infrastructure


Stack Overflow 

Dec 8 Google cloud platform - Database networking on terraform

Dec 8 Terraform: use not-yet-existent service account credentials to configure Google provider

Dec 8 Pod not accessible on external IP from node


Dec 7 Forward UDP traffic to external address with Azure

Dec 6 Getting 403 MissingAuthenticationTokenException with OPTIONS Requests in AWS API Gateway

Dec 6 Install nvm, node in closed network





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