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1001 Cisco errors and typos

Cisco errors

The below are errors or typos that I run into while reading the Cisco documentation. I initially posted them on Cisco Learning Network but nobody seemed to care so I just removed them from there.
My point with these is that sometimes you can not trust the documentation.

The (e)scape goat


I will use the Rants category and  the EoDT (End of the day thoughts) label to vent some of my frustrations while I am learning. I will use these pages as scapegoats to take away my frustrations, I will use them as a confession an diary of my mindImage result for scapegoat torturing leaning process. In many cultures and religions confessing or venting has curative value, releases the stress and calms down the spirit. I think it is better to do it here on my blog rather than agitating the calm waters of various professional discussion boards. My rants will be related to life in general, learning and Cisco in particular. So watch for the above two categories. If you do not understand the reference to escape goat search this post, the reference is hidden here …

A draft for the design of a **certification name here** study group

“No SOUP for you !”

These are my quick notes on the topic in the subject line. I just saved them here hoping that I will have time to implement this strange idea Smile

With this approach, if the group reaches a critical number of members, the study will be greatly accelerated by collective effort. Personally I find difficult to properly study a topic for two reasons:

  1. -lack of clear and concise materials
  2. -lack of clear list of items that have to be studied

A group effort might accelerate and help with these. The below are fragments of a larger design that I have had in mind [ the domain 1001qa.net does exist for a reason :-) ]. If I manage to get myself over this hump (for me) called CCIE R&S written, I might get to implement these other ideas, it depends on how the things work out for me in the next 4-5 months.

Wireshark Tools


wsbadge@186x57[1]Here is a copy and paste of the page (https://wiki.wireshark.org/Tools) .I decided to copy and paste the webpage here because I use active reading and I will edit the page later deleting what I do not need and adding my comments where I consider it useful. I already highlighted the ones that can help me to solve an immediate need: post packet captures online in a CloudShark like style, for my own use and future references.