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  1. Hi, does anyone have CCIE written exam voucher that they would like to sell? Thanks! Gordon
  2. This position has been filled. I will close this thread
  3. Hi, Is this all you have from your configuration? My question is what exactly isn't working? Maybe you can tell me what your goal is. You don't have to put the allow command in, in order to pass multiple Vlans through this interface. The encapsulation en sw m t will be enough. G.
  4. I have been now studying at a friends VoiceRack for the last 5 weeks(serious cashflow!!), which has been a revelation for me! But the thing is, again, I am doing these things by myself. It's fun to debate and discuss my experiences in order to get good at it and at a fast rate..! I have been starting with Volume 1 of IPExpert and taking it from there. I'm trying to get at it for about 2 hours a day. Since I'm pretty slow at it, it's already exhausting to maintain my concentration at this pace. G.
  5. Hi there, I'm looking for 1 or 2 students who are busy with their Voice Lab preparation. I'm looking for someone who knows how to use the materials needed, but did manage to create some hands-on hours for him/herself while studying. If you're busy with your CCNA Voice or CCVP please don't reply, unless your goal is to also sit the Lab around July/August of this year. Thanks in advance! G.
  6. No it's not. I wish you a lot of dedicated timemanaging, so you have the needed handson hours. It ain't THAT hard, but as we all now, it's the mix of life, work AND studying that kills about 95% of the contestants.... Good luck G.
  7. Dude, It's on now, great way to start of 2010 with some dedicated focus on a new track
  8. Hi there, I'm looking for someone who is selling his Voice equipment. It can be a full rack or a server build with VMWare. I have been using an online rack for a while now, but I'm looking for something to be used at home. If you have any kind of idea, feel free to reply...! G.
  9. Network dude, I would like add that it's still your own responsibility to chip on links and thoughts about Multicast and/or BGP if this is what holding you back in your preparation. I'm glad that there are some who are trying to help you, but so far I haven't seen much of your own notes in this thread. So I'm expecting you to create something yourself. It really doesn't matter if it's small or an essay-like piece, just show the rotating earth that you care enough to help the rest of the group as well... G.
  10. Thanks Sunfish, I'm preparing for the 8+9th of October where I will have my CCSI exam. Thanks for the little background information. I wasn't aware of the lenghts of the preparation, so it's a good thing to make sure I know all topics and then a little beyond of that. G.
  11. Haha, since my previous reply, I got 17 requests for vouchers.... Again, if you want to contact KODE for these vouchers, you should pm or email KODE..... G.
  12. As Kode stated, if anyone's interested, use the PM or email the user instead. G.
  13. Hi everyone, I'm busy getting ready for my CCIE Voice. But since I am practicing this by myself, I think it would be perfect practice if we could set up our Callmanagers and would interconnect this through different countries and trying to setup conversations including different workbook related assignments. Is this something that one of more of you would be interested in? G.
  14. I don't believe that 10 CCIE's sucked as you stated. If the technical interview was about NAT and MCast, I wonder what the rest of the topics were. Or did you show them the door after about 10min? It's a given that noOne can hold a 100K position if he only has 5 years of experience. Their resume will speak for themselves. But then again, the CCIE's I know can all hold their own easily. If some of them have no idea on the spot but can tell me about things he DOES know, it could help already. In the end it's all about being able to configure or troubleshoot a given scenario, but it takes an ever broader perspective and skill if you can actually explain how and what you did in this event. So I'm glad that there are now Open Questions, so engineers can start developing their softskills as well. Not everyone can do that.
  15. What?!!?!?!? How did you pull this one off?!?! You're all my all-time favorite right now. The voice is in my opinion the hardest CCIE exam to pass, so huge respect from this side of the fence. G.