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    Default After 3 weeks of hard studying passed CCNA Voice

    Just got back from exam..it wasn't to hard..but for the last 3 weeks i had life like some prisoner..Here is the material I used:

    cbt nuggets--as always Jeremy is great, watched 3x
    CCNA.Voice.Quick.Refence.Sheet.version.1 read it 3x
    CCNA_Voice_OfficialExamCertificationGuide (Jeremy wrote this book) read it 1x

    i did not use eny equipment or simulators...just notepad

    what to say about exam: it is introduction to ip telephony..i would compare it with the ICND1 on difficulty level..you go from the basics.

    that all..
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    Congrats.

    Do you have much experiance with voice?
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    @nel...no expirience..but have a university IT diploma
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    Congrats
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    Congrats
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    Congrats!

    I might go take this one eventually since I work with VoIP, but the CCIP and CCIE studies are very time consuming!
    An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made.
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    Congratulations.

    Don't know whether to go CCNA Voice CCVP after CCNP, or sweep up CCIP first.

    BGP and MPLS feature a lot in corporate networks now, I just dont know which is the better way to go, (and then of course QoS = CCVP, so CCIP, VP and NP tie in very nicely)
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    Congratulations!

    Notepad doesn't have support for command line help or command completion -- that's why I prefer real equipment.

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    Congrats!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikej412 View Post
    Congratulations!

    Notepad doesn't have support for command line help or command completion -- that's why I prefer real equipment.

    Notepad - kind of like a primitive Hyperterminal.
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    congrats.Wats notepad all about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dejavoo2000 View Post
    congrats.Wats notepad all about?
    Some people use notepad to practice commands if they don't have access to real equipment.

    Or you could open a command prompt and use the copy con command

    Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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    C:\Documents and Settings\userwithnoequip>copy con practice.txt
    conf t
    int fa 0/1
    ip address 10.1.2.3 255.0.0.0


    After you're done practicing, use the break command to exit without saving or use CTRL + Z to save your session as a text file.

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