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May 18 2011   1:59PM GMT

Read This: Networking Blogs

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As networking month continues, we continue to bring you guides on the best places to get information and insight from networking professionals. Thank you to everyone who recommended a blog to us (in the forums and on Twitter), and especially thank you to those who write these great blogs! Check them out and let us know which are your favorites (or if we missed any) in the comments section.

PacketLife

I was admiring Jeremy Stretch’s blog over at PacketLife on Twitter, and he responded to remind me that there was a whole community of great networking blogs. So I checked them out, and so should you. The full list is here.

Aaron’s Worthless Words: Don’t let the title throw you, Aaron Conaway’s 12 years of experience with “designing, implementing, and supporting aspects of the network from switches to routers to firewalls to load balancers” makes this blog a great go-to for in-depth explanations and insights into networking processes.

Ethereal Mind: Greg Ferro is a freelance Network Architect and Senior Engineer and Designer. He writes this blog as a way of giving back to the IT community, a guy after our own hearts! (He’s also on Twitter.)

Evil Routers: Jeremy has “designed, redesigned, implemented, configured, and managed large networks serving thousands of users” and has taught numerous courses on networking, security, and Windows Server. His expertise translates into mini-lessons and IT adventures in each blog post. He recently quit his job and outlines his reasons why as well as his passion for IT, which I’m sure many of you can relate to.

Fry Guy’s Blog: Jeff is a Cisco CCIE in Routing and Switching #22061. His blog covers all aspects of his adventures in networking, including book reviews and his conference schedules. Get mini-versions of his blog posts at his Twitter.

PackLife Blog: Check out the PacketLife blog for more things networking including tutorials, or chat with him on Twitter.

Other great networking finds…

Packet Maniac: This guy is a network engineer and architect with experience with packets and frames and Cisco equipment. He believes that “no network is too big or too small to conquer.” He’s also on Twitter!

Archimedius: Greg Ness “rants and rambles” about networking, security and virtualization.

Network Janitor: Kurt writes about all of the things he’s learned as a Network Engineer and as a guy studying to be one (CCIE and JNCIE). He specializes in design advice, building multi-provider and multi-technology network solutions, and IPv6 consulting. Check him out on Twitter as well!

The Networking Nerd: Tom Hollingsworth is also a Network Engineer who describes himself as a “voice/routing/switching/security nerd.” He’s currently studying for his CCIE, so wish him luck at his blog or on Twitter.

Where do you keep up with the goings-on in the networking world?

Melanie Yarbrough is the assistant community editor at ITKnowledgeExchange.com. Follow her on Twitter or send her an email at Melanie@ITKnowledgeExchange.com.

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