Hey guys! I'm loving the new job I started about 3 months ago, where I'm going on site to businesses/residents to help with various networking solutions. Things can come up at anytime, whether it's IT issues with residents or larger businesses. The majority of the company business comes from home automation these days, but I'm more in IT with 2 other guys (8 ppl total in the company).
My point is, it's not very focused on one thing, but all of the things we do involve networking. I haven't had a job where I am introduced to new setups almost everyday. I worked at an ISP for a year, but that was completely focused on the equipment, not very in depth. I have had experience managing servers, programming, etc.
Basically, I'm trying to expand my knowledge in the focus of networking in the best way possible. confidence in my ability to resolve issues fast. After my 2nd day my boss told me they would figure out a certification for me to pursue but haven't, and probably never will.
So, I'm trying to find good resources to help with networking issues that I may encounter involving residents or small businesses. A lot of our clients use small network groups, domains, servers we manage remotely, routers we setup to manage remotely (Ubiquiti products are great).
Would you guys know of any good books to go ready/study involving to help be as prepared as possible? I read often and I'm confident I can learn whats needed as it comes up, but I need something to work on in my spare time.