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    Default CCO login

    hai

    could somebody explain to me what a Cisco CCO login is all abt ?
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    Google: http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/sw_downloads.html

    It's their online support basically, everyone can get guest access, but you need to work for (or own) a company that gives you registered access.
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    I think a CCO login is just a login to CISCO.COM

    Anyone can get a standard GUEST level login -- and that is good enough to download SWITCH IOS IMAGES.

    I use my guest level CCO account to access the CCIE Scheduling System -- where I then log in with my CCIE Candidate Info.

    I think you can also use your CCO login to post in some of the Cisco NetPro forums.

    To get ROUTER IOS IMAGES and submit TAC requests and access support information and other good stuff, you need Additional Access. The additional access levels are on the Cisco.com Registration page
    Code:
    Register for Additional Access
    
    Registration to these areas require additional keys.
    
    Service Contract Owner (May also have a contract to resell Cisco products)
            Requires additional step: After your Cisco.com registration is complete, you will be requested to provide your contract numbers. Each contract-association request will be reviewed.
    
    Cisco Channel Partner or Authorized Reseller (For employees of partner companies engaged in Cisco Channel Partner programs)
            Requires additional step: After your Cisco.com registration is complete, you will be given a URL to associate yourself with a partner company or register your company as a partner
    
    Purchase Direct from Cisco
            Requires: Valid Purchase or Sales Order Number and Customer Number
    
    Customer of a Cisco Certified Partner Initiated Customer Access [PICA] Partner
            Requires: PICA Registration Number and Verification Key
    
    You are a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert [CCIE User]
            Requires: CCIE Certification
    There are some Voice Tools available for download, but guest level access isn't good enough to get them.
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