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  1. Consolidated Passed 70-649 Topic DO NOT REQUEST DUMPS, WHICH VERSION, OR REPLY TO THEM HERE. SUCH POSTS WILL BE DELETED Moderator's Note: Following details are recommended to post: 1. Material used (no reference to dumps), examples include: Books from Cisco Press or Sybex, Videos, Classes you attended, Instructors or Mentors, etc. 2. Learning Plan (your own story) 3. Suggestions for members Additionally, you may add following details to your post: 1. That you've passed (successfully or unsuccessfully) 2. Your score (example may look like this: 700/1000) 3. The time you had been given for the exam (not the time you personally took to pass it!) 4. Number of questions 5. Types of questions (sims, hot spots, drag & drops, multiple choice, single choice) 6. Your personal exam experience Your posts must not include: 1. Any references to dumping material of any origin 2. Requests and offers of any kind 3. Unnecessary comments like: "Thanks", "Congrats", and similar 4. live links 5. Quotes of other members. (We want your own story.) Violators: 1. Violations will be given warnings. 2. Three strikes and you will not be allowed to post here for 30-days. Chances are you worked hard and studied for months for your certification. Let's give everyone else the opportunity to earn their own integrity and dignity just like we did. Thank you for your co-operation.
  2. hey mate i suggest u have a look at this hxxp://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/3241.html or u can use open DNS as your dns. you will have to create an account and setup your network and from there you should be able to block chat and a number of other stuff there. hope this helps.
  3. Can someone tell me which should i start OCA with oracle 9, 10 or 11. thanks
  4. Good to know this. Thanks alot
  5. Hey my friend if u did your search in the forum u would most likely find this order: BSCI>>BCMSN>>ISCW>>ONT.. Its up to u though. But i am doing it in this order.
  6. A Nashua, N.H., maker of Cisco network simulators says its software can help enterprises make sure they are hiring legitimate Cisco-certified engineers to run their networks. Gambit Communications says its MIMIC Virtual Lab software, which has been on the market for about four years, can help resolve the recent spate of cheating on Cisco certification tests by enabling enterprises to run network operations candidates through sample scenarios before hiring them. This allows enterprises to screen candidates to ensure they are not hiring fraudulent network operators at handsome salaries. Cisco recently moved to thwart cheating on certification tests by employing photo identification requirements and a data forensics program. According to Cisco, pilot programs using the new detection methods have already uncovered 1,400 suspected cheaters who hired proxies to take the exams for them. But Gambit claims the photo and forensics programs only go so far: what about the many unqualified candidates already hired by enterprises prior to the new Cisco enforcement programs? Sit 'em down and run them through a simulated lab environment, Gambit says. Gambit's CCNA Virtual LAB software starts at $99 and can be downloaded to a laptop or PC. It creates a simulated environment with seven Cisco devices – Catalyst 2950, 3550 and 6500 switches and 2620, 3640 and 7206 series routers -- and users can type in IOS and SNMP commands to configure devices and protocols. Test conductors and "students" can replace and establish LAN, WAN, ISDN and serial links, change IP addresses and create virtual LANs with the program, but cannot change the devices themselves. Also, the program is not certified by Cisco but is resold by a Cisco – certified training partner, Tech 2000. Cisco also uses the CCNA Virtual Lab's predecessor, the MIMIC Simulator Suite for IOS, Gambit says. Read more.... Gambit says it has 1,000 customers for CCNA Virtual Lab since it was introduced in 2002, including AT&T, IBM, the U.S. Army and several financial firms.
  7. Can you please kindly provide for me voucher code for ST LUCIA [crapcollection]@gmail.com Thank you
  8. Cisco and Pearson VUE Launch Global Test Delivery Exam Security Enhancements Cisco and its global testing provider, Pearson VUE, a business of Pearson Inc. are pleased to announce a series of security enhancements that will reinforce the integrity and value of its Career certification program. The advanced security enhancements include the use of digital photographs for candidate-identity verification and forensic analysis of testing data. The new measures, to be implemented beginning on Aug. 1, will include: Photo on Score Report and Web – On completion of a certification exam at the test center, candidates will receive preliminary score reports imprinted with their photos and unique authentication codes. The authentication code can be used to access a candidate’s official score online at Pearson VUE’s website usually within 72 hours of the examination. The online score report will also display the candidate’s photo. Candidates may share access to their online records with employers or other third parties. Forensic Analysis – Exam results and other testing data will be continuously analyzed by forensic software to detect aberrant testing behavior and to flag suspect exams for further investigation. Preliminary Score Report – All paper score reports will be preliminary, pending the results of forensic analysis, until official exam scores are posted to the Web usually within 72 hours of exam completion. Once the exam scores are official, candidates may use the authentication codes on their score reports to access the Pearson VUE website for score and photo verification. These new exam security measures are part of Cisco’s overall strategy to protect the value and integrity of its certifications. Other measures include simulation-based testing, dynamically generated questions and emulations to help ensure that Cisco certified networking professionals continue to have the knowledge, skills, and credentials to perform well on the job.
  9. I third the notion for Teamviewer. I'm using it with no problems at all. it also supports vpn, file transfer etc.
  10. Get out of here you guys, this belongs to a jokes section don't you think. This is uneccessary is such section. Mods please help these posts to appropriate section.
  11. Sorry you did not make it on the first shot, I know you are all prepared to take the second shot at it without failure. Well from wat i know is without failure there is no success: we learn from our faults and pick up for success. Good Luck on your second shot mate. Regards [crapcollection]
  12. Got only two machines, one XP PRO with VMWARE running two 2k8 Server, Vista. Other machine With Server 2003 Ent. with VMWARE running one instance 2003 Srv Ent and XP Pro all networked.
  13. Its Best to use vmware my friend, i have had no problems with it. In fact I Run 2 Server 2008 machines and with 1 vista and 1 xp pro client all networked virtually. Like h_im4u indicated do not save image to your systemroot. hope you get through speedily.
  14. My friend if you want to go the CISCO path on thier equipment i suggest u get the prerequisite then to CCNA-Wireless up the ladder. http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/le2/le0/le2/learning_certification_type_home.html My 2c
  15. Windows uses 20% of your bandwidth Here's how to Get it back A nice little tweak for XP. Microsoft reserve 20% of your available bandwidth for their own purposes (suspect for updates and interrogating your machine etc..) Here's how to get it back: Click Start-->Run-->type "gpedit.msc" without the " This opens the group policy editor. Then go to: Local Computer Policy-->Computer Configuration-->Administrative Templates-->Network-->QOS Packet Scheduler-->Limit Reservable Bandwidth Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. It will say it is not configured, but the truth is under the 'Explain' tab : "By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default." So the trick is to ENABLE reservable bandwidth, then set it to ZERO. This will allow the system to reserve nothing, rather than the default 20%. I have tested on XP Pro other o/s not tested. Please give me feedback about your results