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How to Become Insanely Well-Connected | First Round Review
Doesn't refer to trust explicitly but being human, listening; a bit formulaic in the how-to for the early tips; MIA is being sincere based on owning your own thoughts & feelings
networking  howto  example  VCs.angels  interaction  relationship  social 
yesterday by csrollyson
What is CCNA?
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) is a certification from Cisco, the world’s most famous company that manufactures and sells networking equipment. This certification helps you to become familiar with a wide range of topics, including:

• LAN/WAN
• OSI and TCP/IP model
• VLANs
• Ethernet
• Switches
• Routers
• Network utilities (ping, tracert, arp)
• STP
• IP addressing
• Subnetting
• Routing protocols (RIP, EIGRP, OSPF)
• WLAN
• NAT
• ACLs

This website will try to cover all of these topics.
cisco  website  networking  information  tutorials  wpd  internet 
yesterday by gdw
Raspberry Pi 3B  with OpenThread
OpenThread Border Router (OTBR) provides support for the Raspberry Pi 3B (RPi3B) platform.
openthread  mesh  networking  wifi  nest  google  router 
yesterday by cyberchucktx
anshumanbh/merge-nmap-masscan: Merge results from NMAP and Masscan into one CSV file
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
golang  scanning  networking 
2 days ago by geetarista
A Beginner's Guide to Firewalling with pf
This guide is written for the person very new to firewalling. Please realize that the sample firewall we build should not be considered appropriate for actual use. I just try to cover a few basics, that took me awhile to grasp from the better known (and more detailed) documentation referenced below

It's my hope that this guide will not only get you started, but give you enough of a grasp of using pf so that you will then be able to go to those more advanced guides and perfect your firewalling skills.

The pf packet filter was developed for OpenBSD but is now included in FreeBSD, which is where I've used it. Having it run at boot and the like is covered in the various documents, however I'll quickly run through the steps for FreeBSD.
security  linux  unix  opensource  tools  networking  sysadmin 
2 days ago by Chirael

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