an expression is a something that evaluates to a value
a statement is a complete line of code
; can separate statements
valid variables can use any lower/upper case letters, 0-9 and an underscore but can’t lead with a number and case sensitive Continue reading “Pynet Week 1”
I’m starting to learn Python again. It’s been a while but there are so many times if I could just write something half decent I’d have done a task in 30mins instead of half a day or longer.
The latest free Pynet course run by Kirk Byers has started again so, here’s to learning new things.
I’ve revisited Week 2 of Pynet because I didn’t take notes or write a blog post. My new method is to watch the videos while taking notes in Google Keep then tackle the exercises. Questions that arise during the courses are written down and answered before moving onto the next topic. Continue reading “[PYNET] LEARNING PYTHON: WEEK2”
Aggregating links is a normal task of any networker. Here’s how you can aggregate 4 links between a Redback SEOS and Cisco IOS device.
Continue reading “CISCO AND REDBACK LINK AGGREGATION”
A while back I was dealing with QoS topics on an almost daily basis. A big thanks to NetContractor for this table but it needed some tweaks.
- Larger QoS range
- Column for product reference
- Scalable printing size
Continue reading “QoS Calculator”