Are All Networks Created Equal?

It’s not illogical to argue that since we all use the same networking technologies that all networks are essentially the same. Routing protocols, layer two technologies, and overlays all behave the same whether they are run in SOHO, enterprise, or service provider environments. That being said, it feels like there can be worlds of difference between the application of these technologies in different environments. In this episode Nick Buraglio, Kevin Myers, and I discuss just how interchangeable these technologies are and why it feels like engineers who work on the same technologies can feel worlds apart when their paths intersect.

Nick Buraglio
Guest
Kevin Myers
Guest
Jordan Martin
Host

Outro Music:
Danger Storm Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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