I’m the author of fowardingflows.net. I’m just a curious Network Engineer working towards JNCIE-SP who totally enjoys tinkering with networking protocols, automation, virtualization, Python and Linux.
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This is a technical networking blog, which was mainly created for two reasons.
First, forwaringflows.net is somewhat a simplified technical wiki, where I can share information that I find interesting and worth-reading. Since I am always tinkering with networking protocols, automation and virtualization, often times I have some valuable information to write about.
Second, forwardingflows.net is all about keep always learning. As a Network Engineer, I am always looking to improve my skills. So, forwardinglows.net is part of my motivation to keep always pushing myself to explore new concepts, technologies, and ultimately to become a better Network Engineer.
All the information, opinions, and expressions on this blog are entirely meant to be used for informational purposes only. Although the author of this blog will always try to make sure that the content on this blog is as timely and as accurate as possible, there are no guarantees whatsoever about the accuracy or completeness. Consequently, bear in mind that there might be discrepancies. It’s also important to point out that even some information that might be accurate, might be valid only under specific circumstances (i.e., software release or document version). The author expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in the content of this blog.