I never imagined that the best-visited post written in 2009 (according to Google Analytics) would be Cisco VPN client in 64-bit Windows 7, which got almost 10 times as many pageviews as the next one (IOS fossils: OSPF-to-BGP redistribution). The other top-10 posts were:
- The tunneling Kool-Aid
- Online network diagram drawing tool
- Oversized AS paths: Cisco IOS bug details
- Quick tip: VLAN interface status
- Inter-VRF static routes
- Connecting a switch to itself: does it hurt?
- Display all parts of a VRF configuration
- Rate-limiting inbound traffic on DSL
And here’s the list of the most commented posts (those that had more than 20 comments):
- CB-WFQ misconceptions
- Help appreciated: what’s wrong with my Zone-based Firewalls book?
- PE-to-PE IPSec: do you have creative ideas?
- Internet Socialism: All-I-can-eat mentality
I’m constantly amazed by the high quality of your comments (it’s very rare to find an off-topic or irrelevant one) and it’s great to see that half of the posts in the list are deeply technical.
The data is somewhat skewed, as the introduction of JS-Kit-based comments in summer resulted in significant increase in the number of comments. Obviously most of the readers who wanted to make a comment before the change got totally frustrated by the Blogger’s masterpiece implementation.