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Networking Best Current Practices (NetBcP) are tried and true methodologies to design and operational processes. BCP aid to reduce network fingerpointing before applicaton errors come up (or to close network gaps when the finger is correctly pointed in the right direction).
This site promotes best current practices in networking through either direct involvement of networking technologies or through research in areas of interest. BCP’s are not limited to just documented RFC guidelines, but industry-accepted practices in general and vendor-recommend practices in specific.
Last updated on Nov 18, 2012 at 2:58 by generalnetworkerror