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  1. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    Thanks man, I have passed 642-437 CVOICE 3 years ago and passed 642-427 TVOICE a few weeks ago, but there are still 3 more exams for pro level and my 3 years expires in October, i unfortunately dont have the cash to write another 3 exams 642-447 CIPT1 , 642-457 CIPT2 642-467 CAPPS , would it be possible if I can write one CCNP wireless exam to extend my previous CCNP certification?, I'm really stressed out about this :-(, Please assist, Thank you
  2. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    hey man thanks for the reponse, but i have a problem as per the website cisco give one 3 years to complete the certification, 3 years has already gone and i havent taken any exams yet, would it be better if i start another pro level certification like CCNP Wireless to extend my CCNP Routing and switching but will loose my CCNP Voice certification?
  3. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    So if I understand correctly I can choose which one to do on the list below, I don't need to do all I can just do one and it will extend my certification for another 3 years. Thanks man really appreciate your feeback Required Exam(s) Recommended Training 642-437 CVOICE Implementing Cisco Voice Communications and QoS (CVOICE ) 642-447 CIPT1 Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 1 (CIPT1 ) 642-457 CIPT2 Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 2 (CIPT2 ) 642-427 TVOICE Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications (TVOICE ) 642-467 CAPPS Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications (CAPPS )
  4. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    This is the email I got from cisco last week it reads, as I explained earlier im completely lost here as I have not been studying for a while now please see below and advice me what is the quickest way to extend my certification as I really don't want to lose it :-( worked extremely hard. Your CCNA Routing and Switching Cisco Certification will expire on 10/20/2013. The demand for trained and qualified professionals continues to grow making your Cisco Certification more important than ever. Now is the time to recertify or move ahead to the next level of certification. If your certification expires, you will be required to repeat the entire certification exam process in order to regain your certification. Renewal requires certification holders to register and pass the appropriate certification exam(s) before the expiration date to meet the recertification requirements. There are several recertification options. For information regarding recertification requirements visit the Cisco recertification website at www.cisco.com/go/recertification. For information on Cisco Certification exams such as how to register for an exam, visit www.cisco.com/go/certifications/exam. Please plan your recertification exam attempts in a timely manner to avoid decertification. Visit our Exam Policies website at www.cisco.com/go/exampolicy for more information about our exam retake policy and other pertinent exam information for recertification. For commonly asked questions about the Cisco Certification program, visit Certification Online Support at http://www.cisco.com/go/certsupport. Best regards, The Learning@Cisco Team Then got another one that states Your CCNP Cisco Certification will expire on 10/20/2013. The demand for trained and qualified professionals continues to grow making your Cisco Certification more important than ever. Now is the time to recertify or move ahead to the next level of certification. If your certification expires, you will be required to repeat the entire certification exam process in order to regain your certification. Renewal requires certification holders to register and pass the appropriate certification exam(s) before the expiration date to meet the recertification requirements. There are several recertification options. For information regarding recertification requirements visit the Cisco recertification website at www.cisco.com/go/recertification. For information on Cisco Certification exams such as how to register for an exam, visit www.cisco.com/go/certifications/exam. Please plan your recertification exam attempts in a timely manner to avoid decertification. Visit our Exam Policies website at www.cisco.com/go/exampolicy for more information about our exam retake policy and other pertinent exam information for recertification. For commonly asked questions about the Cisco Certification program, visit Certification Online Support at http://www.cisco.com/go/certsupport. Best regards, and then the last one that states Your CCNA Voice Cisco Certification will expire on 10/20/2013. The demand for trained and qualified professionals continues to grow making your Cisco Certification more important than ever. Now is the time to recertify or move ahead to the next level of certification. If your certification expires, you will be required to repeat the entire certification exam process in order to regain your certification. Renewal requires certification holders to register and pass the appropriate certification exam(s) before the expiration date to meet the recertification requirements. There are several recertification options. For information regarding recertification requirements visit the Cisco recertification website at www.cisco.com/go/recertification. For information on Cisco Certification exams such as how to register for an exam, visit www.cisco.com/go/certifications/exam. Please plan your recertification exam attempts in a timely manner to avoid decertification. Visit our Exam Policies website at www.cisco.com/go/exampolicy for more information about our exam retake policy and other pertinent exam information for recertification. For commonly asked questions about the Cisco Certification program, visit Certification Online Support at http://www.cisco.com/go/certsupport. Best regards, The Learning@Cisco Team Im extremely confused please shed some light on this will really appreciate it. Am I screwd :-( Would it be possible for me to write the CCNA wireless exam and it will extend my certification?
  5. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    Hi I have done my CVOICE already so the next one would be 642-447 CIPT1? then the one after that should be 642-457 CIPT2, can I only write the one exam 642-447 CIPT1 will this then extend my certification for three years or must i write both part1 and part2?, Thank for the speedy response man really appreciate it.
  6. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    Thanks for the information buddy, so just to confirm if I should write 642-427 TVOICE i should be ok of another 3 years.?
  7. a800300

    Certification Renewal

    Hi Guys Quick question, I had my Cisco CCNP certification now more almost 3 years, I havent been studying since then, My certification will expire on the 30 October this year. My questions is beside CVoice what other exams can I write to extend my certification for another 3 years? Thanks
  8. a800300

    Cisco Works Lms

    hi guys, Can cisco works only monitor cisco devices or can it monitor 3com, nortel?, etc etc
  9. a800300

    Gns3 + Dynamips

    ok i have downloaded the new one with no luck the processor still clocks 100%
  10. a800300

    Gns3 + Dynamips

    i'm using 0.4b buddy, i will download the latest one now now, thank bra
  11. hey guys i'm currently running ubuntu 7.10 with gns3 and dynamips laptop spec core 2 duo 2.1GHZ processor with 2GB memory when trying to boot up the ie.routing.and.switching.topology.3.00.net lab with the command start all the processor runs as 100% i have set the idle pc. When i only start the routers and switches without starting BB1 BB2 BB3 then the processor drop to 16% usage i have specified the idlepc in the config file of the internetworking expert file, see below autostart=false [localhost:7200] workingdir = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/workingdir [[3640]] # # Specify 3640 IOS image on Windows here: #image = C:\Program Files\Dynamips\images\c3640-jk9o3s-mz.123-14.T7.extracted.bin # # Specify 3640 IOS image on Linux here: # image = /ios/c3640-jk9o3s-mz.123-14.T7.extracted.bin image = /home/thunder/Desktop/images/c3640-jk9o3s-mz.123-14.T7.bin # ram = 128 disk0 = 0 disk1 = 0 # Choose an idlepc value from the below # idlepc = 0x60530870 # idlepc = 0x60530890 idlepc = 0x60530a58 # idlepc = 0x60530abc # idlepc = 0x605310c4 # idlepc = 0x605e92e8 # idlepc = 0x605e9364 # idlepc = 0x60531394 # idlepc = 0x605313d0 # idlepc = 0x605313ec mmap = true ########################### # # Define router instances # ########################### [[Router R1]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot0 = NM-1FE-TX slot1 = NM-4T F0/0 = SW1 F1/1 S1/0 = FRSW 1 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/R1.initial.config.txt [[Router R2]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot0 = NM-1FE-TX slot1 = NM-4T F0/0 = SW1 F1/2 S1/0 = FRSW 2 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/R2.initial.config.txt [[Router R3]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot0 = NM-4E slot1 = NM-4T S1/0 = FRSW 3 S1/1 = FRSW 13 S1/2 = R1 S1/1 S1/3 = R2 S1/1 E0/0 = SW1 F1/3 E0/1 = SW2 F1/3 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/R3.initial.config.txt [[Router R4]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot0 = NM-4E slot1 = NM-4T E0/0 = SW1 F1/4 E0/1 = SW2 F1/4 S1/0 = FRSW 4 S1/1 = R5 S1/1 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/R4.initial.config.txt [[Router R5]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot0 = NM-4E slot1 = NM-4T E0/0 = SW1 F1/5 E0/1 = SW2 F1/5 S1/0 = FRSW 5 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/R5.initial.config.txt [[Router R6]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot0 = NM-4E slot1 = NM-4T E0/0 = SW1 F1/6 E0/1 = SW2 F1/6 S1/0 = FRSW 6 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/R6.initial.config.txt [[Router SW1]] model = 3640 autostart = false slot1 = NM-16ESW F1/13 = SW2 F1/13 F1/14 = SW2 F1/14 F1/15 = SW2 F1/15 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/SW1.initial.config.txt ################################################## # # Define global router parameters for instance 2 # ################################################## [localhost:7201] # Talk to the 2nd dynamips process on port 7201 udp = 11000 # Change the base udp port to 11000 (the default is 10000) workingdir = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/workingdir [[3640]] # # Specify 3640 IOS image on Windows here: image = /home/adomingo/Desktop/images/c3640-jk9o3s-mz.123-14.T7.bin # # Specify 3640 IOS image on Linux here: # image = /ios/c3640-jk9o3s-mz.123-14.T7.extracted.bin # ram = 128 disk0 = 0 disk1 = 0 # Choose an idlepc value from the below #idlepc = 0x60530870 idlepc = 0x60530890 #idlepc = 0x60530a58 # idlepc = 0x60530abc # idlepc = 0x605310c4 # idlepc = 0x605e92e8 # idlepc = 0x605e9364 # idlepc = 0x60531394 # idlepc = 0x605313d0 # idlepc = 0x605313ec mmap = true ########################### # # Define router instances # ########################### [[Router SW2]] model = 3640 console = 2007 autostart = false slot1 = NM-16ESW cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/SW2.initial.config.txt [[Router BB1]] model = 3640 console = 2008 autostart = false slot1 = NM-4T S1/0 = BB3 S1/0 S1/1 = FRSW 21 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/BB1.initial.config.txt [[Router BB2]] model = 3640 console = 2009 autostart = false slot0 = NM-4E E0/0 = SW2 F1/10 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/BB2.initial.config.txt [[Router BB3]] model = 3640 console = 2010 autostart = false slot0 = NM-4E slot1 = NM-4T E0/0 = SW1 F1/10 cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/BB3.initial.config.txt [[Router TermServ]] model = 3640 console = 2012 autostart = false # # Specify your local host's loopback here from the network device list # Too add a loopback in windows: # http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839013 # # E0/0 = NIO_gen_eth:\Device\NPF_{4065B11C-2A6C-4FD2-8204-A12A9A8328A4} cnfg = /home/thunder/Desktop/Dynamips/sample_labs/internetworkexpert/initial.configs/TermServ.initial.config.txt [[FRSW FRSW]] # R1 to FRSW 1:102 = 2:201 1:103 = 3:301 1:113 = 13:311 1:104 = 4:401 1:105 = 5:501 # R2 to FRSW 2:203 = 3:302 2:213 = 13:312 2:204 = 4:402 2:205 = 5:502 # R3 to FRSW 3:304 = 4:403 3:305 = 5:503 13:314 = 4:413 13:315 = 5:513 # R4 to FRSW 4:405 = 5:504 # R6 to FRSW 6:51 = 21:51 6:100 = 21:100 6:101 = 21:101 6:201 = 21:201 6:301 = 21:301 6:401 = 21:401 my question is how do i get the idle pc for rhe BB?, do i need to boot up the 1st part then run idle pc again or do i boot up all the thingies then get a idle pc?
  12. a800300

    Home Lab

    thanks man, this helps alot, i'm gonna be running this onn ubuntu linux, so my laptop should handle it well or do i need to increase memory? oh and is there a graphical interface i have tested GNS3 works well just asking if there is anything better
  13. a800300

    Formatting Linux

    you can boot up with a windows 98cd if you got one and delete the partitions using fdisk then recreate themor you can boot up with knoppix and use fdisk enjoy the guy z asking bout formatting, not blowing partition well mr clever jack how can you format how can you format a ext2 filesystem for windows, you cannot load windows on a ext2, reiserfs, or any other linux filesystem, therefore you need to completly remove the partition then create it again, or just change the filesystem using fdisk in knoppix then format it
  14. a800300

    Formatting Linux

    you can boot up with a windows 98cd if you got one and delete the partitions using fdisk then recreate themor you can boot up with knoppix and use fdisk enjoy
  15. a800300

    Home Lab

    yor thanks man, that plan will really work
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