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Jake Snyder
CCIE-W 43153, CWNE #161. Security Enthusiast, Linux dabbler. Tweets are my own.
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Jake Snyder 2h
We’re trying over here in the US, but keeps dragging the average down.
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Jake Snyder 2h
Awesome. Congrats!
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Jake Snyder 13h
Replying to @AaronWoland @BradinTN
Where do you think I learned it? ;)
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Jake Snyder 14h
It all starts when person and an open source project love each other very much...
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Jake Snyder 14h
Replying to @BradinTN @AaronWoland
This is basically how I’ve done most of my large ISE upgrades. I would say changes of success go up a lot doing this method. Nice write up.
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Jake Snyder 23h
Replying to @WiFivomFranMan
That hat looks nice
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Jake Snyder 23h
I’ve had varying degrees of success with the built in. Mostly because it doesn’t like broadcast TFTP. This has been super easy and has worked out of the box. Broadcast has a checkbox on the preferences.
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Jake Snyder Jun 19
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
“I’ve got the death sentence on twelve systems...” —
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
This is what I see out there... don’t shoot the messenger.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
i think that's part of my problem... :) . thanks for the education.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
i'm curious... what percentage of deployment time do you see going into documentation? Might be part of my perspective difference.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
To summarize, the document is a CYA, and gives you something to compare against for a baseline. I see that as the final config... less about a giant document showing the users where i clicked.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
I'm more of a "Here's how it works, here's it working. Want to know what widget was checked? Here's the config I built when i left." I don't see the value in documenting every part of the config with a screenshot.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
Replying to @samuel_clements
I’m fine with a “here’s the config as I left it.” But 100 pages of screenshots isn’t valuable to anyone.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
I just find that I spend all this time for things that ultimately don’t matter to anyone.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
Replying to @802Tophat
Here is a copy of the config the way I built it for you, a diagram how I built it and some high-level technical description of how it works. Takes way less time, provides more value and more easily understandable.
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
Replying to @WirelessJimP @welles
Huh?
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Jake Snyder Jun 18
Replying to @802Tophat
Do you go back and update it? Annotate why you deviated from the way it was installed? Do you go update all the screenshots for how it should be configured? Because unless you say yes to those things, it's outdated, inaccurate, incorrect and you don't know why it differs now.
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