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Craig Pardo
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Haiku.. lemme know if you like it.

You do not know of
+Compassion... and it appears
that neither do I
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I hear you, but I don't know you... so here is a bear hug!
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All three are bomb-diggity, but of course Share is the best!
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i hear you -> i very hear you -> i hate you @@
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Ohhhhhh.
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SIGN THE PETITION!

or don't...
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+Michael Kummer I think you have the right idea. Personally I think the income tax code needs to be rewritten so that everyone pays the same percentage of their income. The one exception is for retired on Social Security under a certain amount, don't have a suggestion on the amount though.

We all think something needs to be done, but no one has come up with the perfect solution yet. One of these days ..... Hopefully. 
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So, GNS3 didn't save any of my work that I did yesterday. I even saved it 2 different ways because the 3745s seem to have issues. It saved some of the topology information, but NONE of the configs. I am kind of disappointed, but I shall fix it! I'll probably have more desire to work on it tomorrow... today..not so much.
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Well, I worked on this topology for about 2 hours in my spare time. I have complete redundancy / load balancing in the server farm using GLBP, and redundancy in the user realm using VRRP. EIGRP is being used out to the customer service building, and I will set up QoS rules over that link for voice traffic.

I have 3 routers in area 0, but I'm not sure if I should put the core switches into the OSPF process. Does anyone have a suggestion for that?

a couple things I need to work on (no time today)
route filtering
access-list
BGP implementation (probably going to get the core network and OSPF up before I do this.)
vlans!!!!

Also, on a side note, I will be running BGP from this GNS3 instance to another on a separate server I snatched up.

if someone can answer that question about OSPF and the core switches that would be awesome!
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Your R17 router is down lmao
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Who says stuff can't travel faster than the speed of light? Einstein?! What does he know anyways... soo joking... But the people at CERN have broken the speed of light with a nutrino possibly.
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Beware, the little things in life can be the most dangerous. Lol
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Check out my website!

I haven't yet put anything in the blog area, but wanted to get a good idea on what could be improved.

I am currently in the process of improving my resume as well, so if you have any tips you could give me that would be great.

Thanks again, and I hope you like it.
"Hi, my name is Craig Pardo. I possess the ability to contribute to the scalability and vitality of your organization's network infrastructure. Please click on the link below to view my resum...
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Thanks +Kimberly Morgan checking them out right now. I'm looking at the network engineering positions. There are some in Iowa that I might be a good candidate for, but it doesn't list which vendor equipment they use. I've only worked with Cisco. I'm going to apply regardless. Thanks!
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Anyone have an idea how I could create a Google+ stream for my website? My idea is to use a separate Google account, and put that into it's own circle and just post that stream. What I'm trying to do is post networking topologies on my website that I'm actively working on, and show future employers my ability. It seems easiest to do it through this route, because I don't want the public stream posted, only stuff related to networking.

Now that I think about it, if I do it that way my public posts will appear in the stream as well...

Any ideas?
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+Alister Macintyre Yes, I see them in your Buzz tab.
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this is pretty good.. It's all gibberish, but is supposed to be what other-language speakers hear when Americans talk if they don't understand english.
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That was good. It does sound like English but I didn't understand a word. 
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Well, I'm rebuilding the network currently. I have to grab an IOS off of one of the 3745s we have laying around so I can build an HQ area. The WAN topology works, but I want to build out a basic LAN topology as well, but GNS3 is kind of limited with switching. The 3700 series can do both switching and routing, so I am going to build off of an emulated LAN out to the WAN.

Lets see how much equipment I can have running on this VM! So far GNS3 was able to run 16 routers with no problem, I'm going to try to get 10x3745 MLS running in the HQ with maybe another 10 on the simulated branch offices. Also, I should have the 2nd VM with GNS3 off of the 2nd server running shortly, so I can route between the instances.

No topology pictures today, but if all goes well tonight I will post it up for you all! I know you're eagerly awaiting...
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    Network Engineer, 2013 - present
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We gave this place a second chance, and it still disappointed. We had the same server both times. Today, the appetizer (nachos) took greater than a half hour to come, there was no plates for all 4 in our party and it was cold. Our entrees came soon after and one plate of their famous twisted Mac and cheese had to be sent back to be reheated, which we didn't get back until everyone was already finished, so my wife couldn't eat with everyone else. We were comped the price of her meal, but she just wanted to eat there and not take it home, but wasn't going to eat by herself. Free takeout when you wanted to sit and eat.... I had a burger and it was warm, but the bun was really stale, I figured whatever, I'll eat it anyhow because I didn't want to send back all of our food. My daughter's grilled cheese had been sitting for a while before coming out because the cheese was all congealed and stiff, but she's 3 and so she still ate it. It seemed like they might just need more wait staff, because our server was running everywhere, so that could probably account for the food being cold and the poor service. The first time we ate there around 3-4 weeks ago we had the same server and the food was good, but the place was basically empty that time. My wife had the same meal she had today and enjoyed it, but the server seemed new so we figured she would improve eventually. I'm giving it 2 stars because the food is good if it gets to you in time, but it doesn't seem to happen due to the service you receive. We won't be going back a third time though.
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