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  1. "Senior Moments" Member spicy ahi's Avatar
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    Default CCNA Voice in 30 days

    Hi everyone,

    Been a little while since I've been active on the site. But I had to make it known that I dropped the ball and got a notice telling me my CCNA's are expiring in Feb. So I've targeted CCNA Voice as my renewal test. I have the privilege of having a CUCM suite and test phones in the office to play with so I'm going to leverage that with the CCNA Voice OCG. I also purchased access to some Udemy training that I got a good deal on for Black Friday. The month timeline gives me about a month to recover and retake (twice if necessary) the exam before my expiration date in February. I'm hoping the 2 years I've spent playing with it will also factor in the equation. Anyone know of any other good and concise material coverage for this exam?

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    Use CBT Nuggets Jeremy Ciora for CCNA Voice series, it is a very good way to prepare for the exam and I think it can be very useful whether you are just starting in the field or been around for a while. I watched all the videos of the series and I've also read the book on CCNA Voice by Jeremy and do some practice in my home lab. I am taking the exam this saturday and I feel like I'm ready for it, will update on the result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlx509 View Post
    Use CBT Nuggets Jeremy Ciora for CCNA Voice series, it is a very good way to prepare for the exam and I think it can be very useful whether you are just starting in the field or been around for a while. I watched all the videos of the series and I've also read the book on CCNA Voice by Jeremy and do some practice in my home lab. I am taking the exam this saturday and I feel like I'm ready for it, will update on the result.
    How did it go?
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