The Rule 11 Reader started off as a blog primarily focused on metacognitive skills—thinking about how to think and learn as a network engineer. Over time, I have added more technical content, worth reading to help you keep up with important topics and ideas, and adding short videos on various topics. The breadth of material here is wide, but it does not include configurations or vendor products. Why? Because the flag is entertaining, but the flagpole is what is going to keep you sane in the constantly shifting world of networking technology.

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  1. Flowspec and RFC1998? – rule 11 reader on 4 January 2018 at 1:00 pm

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