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What networking related blogs/wiki/forums do you find valuable to read/follow/subscribe on a daily or regular basis?

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Here is the english one I follow (cisco tips oriented) :

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@radius, you could have asked for Cisco blog and wiki references. Wait, I know -- Cisco IS networking :-) –  nik Jul 1 '09 at 13:30
Others than Cisco are welcomed. I don't have any blogs regarding general network news like "YYY is launching a new router" this is interestant at least to see what others are doing. –  radius Jul 1 '09 at 14:53
I was just kidding. There is one more updates place which incidentally also seems to have lots of Cisco updates. I added it to my list. –  nik Jul 1 '09 at 15:14

Bear with me as I have some news sites along with my blog list.

Some less frequented places.

And, Please don't tell me Security is not part of Networking.

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Security is a big part of Networking. I totaly agree, that why I puted a +1 :) Sean Convery also seems great. Thanks –  radius Jul 1 '09 at 14:55

Renesys Blog - Blog keeping track of interesting behaviour/events in the internet.

Cisco Blog- Unofficial blog focusing on recent Cisco developments.

Cisco IOS Hints & Tips

PacketLife.net - Excellent site, with several very handy cheat sheets.

PPC-1 - A blog chronicling an Australian project to commission a new undersea link. An excellent insight into how carriers work.

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Network Engineering is an "old" enough community that the good stuff is still mailing lists. Specifically cisco-nsp for cisco stuff and nanog for internet/isp/bgp stuff.

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Glen's Exchange Dev Blog is a great MS exchange blog.

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This is more sysadmin related rather than network related –  radius Jul 1 '09 at 9:48

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