On Wed, 5 Aug 2015, Fraser McGlinn wrote:
My background so you can see if anything here
interests you -
I have a good ISP background, in which I have worked on networks
both small and large.
Through this I have a good knowledge of DSL based services and GPON
(This is what NBN runs on).
Broadband and PPP Services inc PPPoE and PPPoL2TP
I also have a good knowledge of routing protocols such as IS-IS and
BGP, and MPLS.
Obviously throughout this I have general networking knowledge such
as, subnetting, network design, troubleshooting, Quality of Service etc.
- Networking 101 - Fundamentals including subnetting,
OSI Model, packet
analysis and troubleshooting
- Networking in the home. Internal networking, ADSL networking
- Quality of Service - Packet marking, shaping and queuing
QoS, and the sysadmins amongst the crowd want to understand something,
anything about BGP, any/multi casting etc. What problems may result from
redundant network configurations - how ARPs may fail to be propagated,
Not personally helpful, but some of the crowd may be interesting in HA
failover mechanisms and load balancing?