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  • If you manage to get your CCNP without work experience or otherwise valuable hands on experience, you're only putting yourself in a position to get an entry level job that you could of gotten with a CCNA. CCNP level jobs are looking for hands on exp…
  • Hondabuff wrote: » 2811's and 3750 POE switches. Eeeeh, avoid the need to mirror a corporate setup. One of each of those will throw you under several thousand dollars. Other ISR's and 3560's will do just fine.
  • You should be fine with this equipment. The 1760 should work for your PSTN requirements, and UC and CUCMv8.6 is good. The rest is really optional until you get to CCNP:V territory (in my opinion). The PVDM sticks are also optional (I'm pretty sure) …
  • Ismaeljrp wrote: » I recommend learning the CLI way , but for ICND 1 sake, read this: Basic Router Configuration using SDM - Cisco Systems You should be fine just looking over it, SDM is so easy, you can set it up without ever having seen it. S…
  • Apollo80 wrote: » That is my opinion on a topic that should be included in the next revision of the CCNA. Dissagree. If it is, it should be a 5 minute overview during the routing protocol sections. Go look at an MPLS book, they are as big a…
  • You need to have 3 networks in this example. Computer A to R1 | R1 to R2 | R2 to Computer B. Network 1 Network 2 Network 3 x.x.x.a to x.x.x.b a.a.a.a t…
  • Except that's a configuration of the interface... This is a silly question.
  • Binary isn't so hard once you get your head wrapped around it. That is the only method I know as well. For the amount of times I've had to use it in real world, it works just fine.
  • rchase wrote: » Congrats on your CCNP Voice certification. Did you take the latest series of exams? Is that directed to me? I took the old CPIT1 and QoS exams, but all of the rest were the new series. I'm working on finishing up WGU right n…
  • It's not to complicated, you just need to have a NIC to interface with the equipment. If I remember right... Place a cloud in GNS3, and then use its properties to select the NIC you want it to connect with. Piece of cake.
  • If you run "Show IP Interfaces Brief" you get a list of the interfaces in the router, their IP Addres (if any) and physical & logcial connectivity status. Interface IP-Address OK? Method Status Protocol FastEth…
  • Major Congrats! How's it feel to hit the roof!?
  • networker050184 wrote: » Show ip bgp 192.168.5.0. That. Show IP Route only shows the active routing table.
  • Not to mention who is going to design the dang thing? Who is going to set up BGP and troubleshoot routing issues with the provider? Who is going to keep up with the aggregate changes that businesses do so quickly? Who is going to ensure that the env…
  • You will get questions along the lines of "What is STP?", "What is a Loopback interface?", "What are ACL's used for?", "How do you configure a default route?", etc... It's like a really easy CCENT test in many cases. Worst case, they stick you in…
  • rchase wrote: » Nova Voice and Data Systems National & San Diego Computer Network Phone Voice Data Low Voltage Wiring Cabling and Installation Contractor That is quite the company tag line.
  • I'd apply for the Jr. one but I live a little further away. But hey, isn't this supposed to be a UC company? Work knows no bounds now!!! Haha... And the Sr one is a little outta my league experience wise. But you knew that
  • Roguetadhg wrote: » GNS3 requires a cisco IOS to function. Otherwise, Google is your friend. Yup. There are tons of GNS3 tutorials out there. I even made a few on youtube. You can have it up and running in 10 minutes if you have cisco IOS …
    in GNS Help. Comment by chmorin March 2012
  • ecbanks wrote: » Off-topic? Um, yep. We tend to do that sometimes. But then again, we don't script the shows that heavily. We usually go in with a general outline, and then try to have a conversation. That's pretty much what this show was with Tod…
  • This is pretty much what I suggest people at the associate level cert/experience to do. Step 1) Get your CCNA Step 2) Get your CCNA level job Step 3) Take a peak at the CCNA specialties. Find out if you like voice, security, wireless, or otherw…
  • I google it, use a subnet calculator, etc. I was able to subnet and do the math in 45 seconds for complex problems back when I got my CCNA. Now that I'm in the field, turns out you can google and get the answer just as quick. I'd rather keep my s…
  • The /32 is the interface IP address, Recall that /32 is explicit to only the specific IP address. The /30 is the subnet attached to the interface.
  • shodown wrote: » Ive actually decided over the weekend that I'm not going to jump right into IE voice. I'm actually going to get better at the current task I have at my job. We have a lot more things going other than voice that I should become p…
  • shodown wrote: » I'm working Voice right now. I will be taking the last CCNP V exam tomorrow. If I pass I will start my 200 hours of reading and I'm scheduling a late june Written test. Let me know how you do on the exam, I'm sure you wil…
  • filkenjitsu wrote: » I am about to be neck deep in IOS XR as we are rolling out cellular site routers and aggregation routers. In the design meeting with Cisco it has been confirmed, all IOS XR. Then lead the way, sir.
  • Abal1 wrote: » If I'm gona do the CCVP then I'll have to do the CCIE whether I like it or not because by then I will have invested a lot money and time in voice. Alot of people in this thread concern me with this mindset of effort + trend =…
  • To Jump back to the OP. Agent6376 wrote: » Hello all, I've been having issues lately on some of the UC500 deployments I've done. It it bad practice to leave DHCP on the UC500 for the Voice Vlan, while letting another server take care of the …
  • stlsmoore wrote: » You'll want to get some real equipment for sure; there's nothing cooler than making an IP phone ring for the first time. I squealed like a little girl when I made my first phone ring. True story. On the lab topic, m…
  • There is no reason you should feel required to go get your CCNP before you attempt any of the other CCNA specialties. To me, the point of the CCNA specialties is to give you an insight into which part of the networking world you want to live in. Try…