About the blog
Welcome to Network Jutsu! This blog was created back in 2011 when the author was heavily invested in CCIE studies. It was a way for him to document as much as he could with his progress of my CCIE pursuit and/or document what he learned. However, work and life get in the way and he has been in and out of his pursuit of the elusive CCIE number for several years now. Today, the blog is used to document related to networking, Linux, network security, and sometimes IT related home projects.
About the author
Andrew Roderos is a network engineer with experience in a small, medium, and large multivendor network. He’s been in Information Technology field since 2004 but has been playing with computers since his teen years. He started his IT career as a computer technician and after three years, he moved to the networking field. His first networking position was as a network analyst in a Network Control Center environment for a Fortune 50 company. He eventually moved to the network engineering department in the same company after two years. Shortly after joining the network engineering team, he moved back to California to work for a medium sized company in the financial industry. He’s now working for one of the best universities in the United States and in the world as a network engineer.
- Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE) PAN-OS 6.1
- Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
- Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA)
- Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP)
- Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
- Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
- CompTIA A+
- SolarWinds Certified Professional
- VMware Certified Associate – Data Center Virtualization (VCA-DCV)
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