From the blog.

Managing Digital Racket
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Complexity – My Friend, My Enemy
Over my years of network engineering, I've learned that the fewer features you can implement while still achieving a business goal, the better. Why? Fewer

NMC DOiT Vol.2 Scenario 5 Day 6-2

182 Words. Plan about 1 minute(s) to read this.

There’s a ton more to be done on this scenario, and I’m just not up to it.  Almost every remaining task has some complication or other than I’d have to look up and read about.  Or it’s a task I’m completely unfamiliar with.  So, what I opted to do in this case was to read through the answer key, reviewing all the issues and “how to” information.  So at least I saw it all, and it’s in my head once.

I guess I’m wimping out, but there’s at least 8 hours left for me if I were to do it legit.  Frankly, all I want to do right now is take a nap.  I am behind on sleep.  I can go for a while without enough sleep, but after a while, it just kills me.  So, this is work that I’ll come back to at some point.  But in the interest of staying on schedule, I’m going to save the configs to flash so that I can conjure this lab up again, write erase the rack, and then get going on scenario 6 Monday.