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Everytime I configure a switch - it feels that I have no fucking idea about what I am doing.
However, I always succeed getting what I want in the first try.

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@selea Everytime I configure a switch, I just hope it's MikroTik since then it's a breeze : >

@selea @finlaydag33k I would love it, had it worked :). But I do not blame the switch but the man behind it 😁

@returntrip I mean, depending on what you do, it's quite reasonable to work with.
Just takes some getting used to...
I did an MTCNA and use MikroTik devices at home as well (and install them at other people's places) so I know my way around in the things.

@selea
And it you think that you know what you're doing, just buy another brand :mastozany:

Currently brain f*cked by some ubiquity components.

@hoppaz

haha yeah, but since I dont know what I am doing - it would take a while before I test a new brand xD

@selea
If everything works like a charm life gets boring :mastoread:

@selea Another great life lesson: most people adore narcissists and sociopaths. (Especially the rare "narcopaths".) @hoppaz

@hoppaz @selea would be the only reason to switch away from arch! 🀭

@selea I can't imagine that happening to me, my networking days are so far back to me... I should probably go back to my old notes and refresh that

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