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The bread-and-butter work of any Cisco engineer is installing, configuring, and troubleshooting switches. Strangely enough, this is the weakest area for many of those engineers. Perhaps some people rely on the switches’ plug-and-play capabilities, or they try to work through issues as they crop up. This “fly by the seat of your pants” mentality backfires for many engineers when there is a switching-related issue.
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