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    Default CCNA voice lab...is this enough?

    Hi,

    I would like some input from those who may be aware, I am looking to set-up a voice lab for use while studying for my CCNA voice and CCVP after that right now I have the following

    4 - Cisco 7960s
    1 - IP communicator
    1 - 2650XM 48F / 256DR (CME soon to be installed)
    1 - 1760-V 32F / 96DR FXS / FXO cards installed (thinking about putting CME on here also, need to upgrade memory first)
    1 - 3524
    1 - 2924

    Not sure if any of the remaining devices I used during my CCNA studies can be used, nonetheless I have listed them below

    1 - 2610
    2 - 2501
    1 - 2924

    Am I on the right path??

    Thanks in advance for your comments
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    You should be fine. I passed it today and I had less than that to play with. It'd be nice if you had a 2950 to mess with Voice VLANs, but you shouldn't be too bad off without it.

    Watch the CBTNugget vids, they're great for this cert.
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