Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Friday, July 28, 2023

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

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Here are today’s queries:



Jul 28 Is there a 'boil me like a frog' slow approach to learning basic network automation?

Jul 28 Network automation use cases

Jul 28 Blogpost Friday!

Jul 28 A cool guide about comparing cloud computing services between the giants of the industry. (Shout out to all you visual learners!)

Jul 27 Why did you choose to use a 3rd party load balancer in the cloud instead of a native load balancer?

Jul 27 Too Many Cooks, Too Little Documentation… (Question about network mapping & IPs)

Jul 26 If you were general IT support what path would you take to get to architect in 2-3 years?

Jul 26 Network design (multiple exit nodes to the internet) (Those darn firewalls...)

Jul 26 spanning layer 2 vlan /23 subnet across 17 switches

Jul 26 Rant Wednesday! (You know you want to.)

Jul 26 1. Slow Network performance on wireless when connected over PaloAlto Global protect VPN

Jul 26 Is the CCSP worth it?

Jul 25 Modifying existing network to allow for routing by our firewall instead of our switch..?

Jul 25 Passed AWS Advanced Networking Specialty! (Interesting discussion about the exam and concepts.)


Stack Overflow

Jul 28 Cannot communicate to public IPV6 on the 2nd Network Interface Card of Azure Linux VM

Jul 26 Unable to Access EC2 Instance in AWS Environment via Intermediate Account with VPC Peering

Jul 26 Create an internal Network load balancer with AWS Copilot

Jul 26 Unable to Access EC2 Instance in AWS Environment via Intermediate Account with VPC Peering

Jul 25 Assigning a Static Public IP to Azure App Service using Terraform 




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