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    Default looking to start voice

    hello im looking to start ccna voice soon I saw that certification kits has a lab on their site is this good enough?
    economy ccna voice lab
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    To expensive and less quality go to ebay and take a look
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    i looked around ebay and found a lab Cisco CCNA Voice Lab 2821 512D 256F CME 8 6 iOS 15 1 4 M CCP 2 7 3550 PWR 2811 0746320911908 | eBay still not sure if this is enough for ccna voice i hear i need some vic modules and dsp chips im really clueless about voice.
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    There are two schools of thought. One is buying equipment piece by piece...downside is when starting out most literally have no clue what they need. The other thought is buying a kit...can be more expensive and include older equipment but you know you are getting the proper stuff.

    I am in favor of kits because you can start immediately, piecing can take time. As long as you see consistent pieces of equipment either way you will end up fine.

    For R&S I bought a kit and have added better equipment as I have a greater understanding.
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    Oh and kits usually come with a warranty and sometimes an extended option.
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    Buying eqiepment piece by piece has also the advantage that you will get familiar with "design" and what is needed Buy a kit can do everyone but building a network is a chalange
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