Forum.PacketPushers.Net Is Live

The Packet Pushers have added a forum site at For you mobile junkies, the site is Tapatalk-enabled, and we’re registered with the Tapatalk network. The forum also supports Forum Runner if that’s your preference.

Just in case this whole forum thing is new to you, a forum is a website where you can discuss topics with others. There are moderators so that if someone gets crazy, they can be controlled. Conversations are threaded inside of topic categories. It’s all very organized and OCD-friendly.

The point of the forum is to build the Packet Pushers community larger, foster some great technical discussions, and help each other out. There are categories covering career, certifications, post-show discussion (so you can listen to a show and then vent your #nerdrage), tech support, and even the virtual whiteboard for network design chatter.

There’s a few rules about posting on the forum. Here’s the terse version. Pretty simple, really.

  1. No illegal or unethical activities. (No braindumps, etc.)
  2. No advertising.
  3. Post in English.
  4. Limit your filthy mouth & dirty mind.
  5. Honor NDAs and embargoes.
  6. Link to your sources.

Simple enough, eh? So head on up to the Packet Pushers forum. We hope to see you there.

Ethan Banks
Ethan Banks, CCIE #20655, has been managing networks for higher ed, government, financials and high tech since 1995. Ethan co-hosts the Packet Pushers Podcast, which has seen over 3M downloads and reaches over 10K listeners. With whatever time is left, Ethan writes for fun & profit, studies for certifications, and enjoys science fiction. @ecbanks
Ethan Banks
Ethan Banks