Top Blogs for 2016 on the Cisco Learning NetworkThe year 2016 is coming to an end, and as we move toward 2017, we wanted to look back on all the amazing blogging efforts that took place on the Cisco Learning Network in 2016. We had new authors, growing blog channels, support of the CCNA Routing and Switching exam updates... lots of fun. And just like last year, I thought it would be cool to post 2016's top blogs in case you missed any of them.

 

I'm doing it a little bit differently this year and posting the top 3 blogs from each of our active blog channels. I'm listing them from top to bottom in terms of the active channels with the most views and descending down the page.

 

But first... the top blog of 2016, independent of the channel it comes from is... drum roll...

 


Top Blog of 2016:

TED Talk 10-Pack: Security Lectures That Will Open Your Eyes and Mind

 

Now onward to the rest of our top blogs and the channels they come from.

 

Talking Tech with Cisco:

Top 10 Career Pointers for the CCNA Holder

Show Me the Money: 10 IT Fields Heading Nowhere but Up

CCNA Routing and Switching Gets an Update: What's It All About?

 

VIP Perspectives:

Network Address Translation (NAT) Trick

Talk Python to Me

Advanced STP Features: PortFast, BPDU Guard, and BPDU Filter

 

Learning News:

CCNA Routing and Switching Refresh

Top 5 Questions From The CCNA Routing and Switching Revision

CCIE Service Provider – Myths and Facts – Part I

 

Unleashing CCDE:

A Network Designer’s Thought Process Part 1 by Cary Chen

A CCIE mindset won't get you a CCDE number

60 Limit by Martin Duggan

 

Cisco Learning Network Premium Updates:

Introduction to Python Programming

New Cisco Firepower Version 6.0 Series

New 4 Part Introduction to QoS Training Videos Series

 

Certifications and Labs Delivery:

What is the Right Way to Prepare for a Cisco Exam?

Is the Cisco CCNA Industrial Certification Right for You?

What’s New for CCIE Lab and Practical Exams?

 

Honorable Mention Blog:

Although written in 2013, this blog continues to be a very popular blog.

Understanding Cisco Auto Archive Feature to Backup Configuration File