Ready to learn about all things Layer 1? Linux for networking completely unifies the network stack and can often be done by leveraging existing talent and skills. However, many engineers are accustomed to the commands and configurations of traditional network operating systems. Making the switch is easy, but it is a transition. Reference this cheatsheet for Linux commands relevant to configuring layer 1 in your data center network.
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