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    Default Q:have access to CUCM and Unity - still need physical lab for CCNA: voice?

    Currently working at a NOC which involves programming phone using both CUCM and Unity on a daily basis. Wanna ask those who already took the exam if it is necessary to have physical lab. I also have access to company routers/ switches also- but in read-only mode, along w/ (video) phone of different model.

    Also, my goal is to eventually take on a roll of Network technician/ engineer, is a CCNP , then, better to have than Voice. Although I get to work w/ Voice team regularly. My only concern is having a CCNP and can not get the next job working directly w/ switch and router.
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    Well, you can do lots of things in virtual env as you probably already know, like running demo cucm/unity in vm. But you would still want to lab with a physical switch + phones and or branch configs between multiple call managers for example.

    my 2 cents.
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