desidude09

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  1. This sounds like an excelent plan to me.
  2. These are now replaced by the CISCO 360 CCIE Assesment Labs Each lab is $350. Very Expensive in my opinion.
  3. The .net file for 4.1 should be valid for 5.0. I don't think there is any change in physical topology for the new volume 5 labs. This is my understanding. I'll be surprised to find it otherwise.
  4. Do we have enough interest for Narbik's bootcamp in UK sometime in the Month of July/August? If I am not wrong he schedules classes on demand if there are enough candidates. If we have enough pepole here interested then we can probably check with Narbik about the possibility.
  5. @msramer netmetric is doing R&S bootcamp in Bangalore....but I am not sure how good is the bootcamp....though Khawar Butt is famous for his trainings and workbooks and netmetric has also partnered with IPExpert....so their profile looks strong. But I could not find any reviews or feedbacks from someone who has actualy experienced thir bootcamp. I just dont want to blindly trust the testimonials on their website. @ryder can you please share your experience and help us all here.
  6. @Gunga_Jim what is the url for your blog?
  7. wish u better luck for the next attempt. don't loose the grip. did u get a score report reflecting your performance on the questions? was it the lab that you scored less or the new 4 questions?
  8. yes it will be really helpful if you could suggest the rack that you hired please.
  9. At the end of the day what matters is how much you know. I don't think increase in the number of CCIEs will in any way diminish the shine in CCIE certification. A CCIE will still be a CCIE. The point to understand here is that the expectations from a CCNA are different than from a CCNP and same applies to CCIE. Being a CCIE you will not be contesting for a CCNA level job. So, here your knowledge matters. Being a CCIE is like setting the bar higher for competition. Don't fool yourself thinking CCIE will get you piles of money or topmost position. It will still depend on a lot of subjective qualities such as soft skills, comunications skills, work experience and topmost KNOWLEDGE. Hope you guys agree with me. My apologies if this thought hurt even a single soul.