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Stop Fussing About Network Cabling - Two Beer Networking

During operation, the network either works or doesn't work. When watching a SpaceX launch, the rocket often referred to as 'nominal'. A rocket can't be 'good' when its working, its working as designed. Networking is like this, once the network is launched its either working or broken. There is no in-between state. If you would like to know more about Packet Pushers and our podcasts check out the links below

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