Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Friday, January 5, 2024

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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.

 

Reddit

Jan 5 Ipsec tunnel to suppliers.

Jan 5 New IT Security Manager trying to talk to IT Network Manager

Jan 5 Internet Peering Service Management?

Jan 5 SDWAN industry event (non-vendor SDWAN events you’d recommend?)

Jan 5 VPN Gateway S2S with Overlapping BGP and LNG Address Spaces

Jan 5 Best strategy for organizing environments (GCP)

Jan 5 Blogpost Friday!

Jan 4 In need of career advice, continue with networking or abandon the ship?

Jan 4 What is the best app or generator to create AWS architecture designs?

Jan 3 Why do Firewalls do that?

Jan 3 Are my SAAS server costs high with AWS?

Jan 3 Firewall Optimization/Policies/Rules

Jan 3 Help doing weird things with networking

Jan 3 Routing between Virtual Network Gateways

Jan 3 Identity-based policies vs Resource-based policies

Jan 3 Secure network access to blob via firewall vm

Jan 3 Rant Wednesday!
 

Stack Overflow

Jan 5 VPC endpont service using NLB of EKS cluster

Jan 5 Intermittently slow CPU performance in AWS Lambda

Jan 5 Trying to create multiple widgets for an AWS cloudwatch dashboard using terraform, I don't w...

Jan 4 VNET Peering and Private DNS zone

 

Jan 3 internode communication issue

Jan 3 AWS Mikrotik IPSec - ping not responding

 


 

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  1. If posting something self-promotional, be sure to disclose the organization you work for or other relevant connections. (For example: “Full disclosure: I work for secure cloud networking company Aviatrix”)
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  3. Share the link to your responses back to this thread on The Cloud Network so others in the community can follow you. 
  4. Keep up with Aviatrix at r/Aviatrix!

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