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network-automation │ network-diagrams │ network-topology

API Programmability - Part 4: Diagramming

In Part 3, we discussed using the python-ipfabric SDK to interact with IP Fabric's API - did you know that you can also create diagrams using the API?…
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Managing Network End of Life

Managing the lifecycle of your network equipment is a vital part of maintaining the security of your IT environment. Being able to verify that the equipment which underpins…
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Verifying 802.1X configuration

Why 802.1X? There was a time when networks were secure islands, used to connect PCs to services they consumed and each other. The network was protected from the…
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Stopping Firewall Bypass Attempts

A network user - a senior manager in the business, in the process of writing a heavy report - knocks on the door of the security team's office.…
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Aligning Spanning Tree and FHRP in the campus LAN

The "typical" site LAN In most networks, a site LAN consists of a number of interconnected Ethernet switches in a regular partial mesh pattern. The topology typically enables…
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OSPF Path Cost Consistency

What does OSPF do for me? Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a standards-based routing protocol for IPv4. It is used to advertise paths to a network prefix…
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Multicast routing in IP Fabric 3.5

Multicast routing and related implementations can be a real pain. If you want to make a network engineer nervous (and it doesn’t matter whether managing enterprise or service…
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IP Fabric 3.3: Visual Intent Verification

IP Fabric version 3.3. adds capability to visually represent intent-based network verifications among other improvements.
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IP Fabric 3.2: Visualization of Network Changes

For those who anticipated new release of the IP Fabric platform, the time is finally here. The IP Fabric version 3.2.0 is out. It has been a great…
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Network Discovery Part 3 - it’s all about the documentation

Network documentation is a very complex and thorough topic - there are many guidelines, theories and even books that can help us with the process of creating and…
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