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    Default MY Personal CVoice Mnemosyne Flash Cards

    cvoice.pdf

    Hey everyone during my current studies for CVoice I created my own Mnemosyne's to help me along the way. I figured this may be useful to other people so I've attached my CVoice Mnemosyne above. Please note that this is actually an XML file so you'll have to rename the file type extension from PDF to XML; I couldn't upload an XML file for some reason. Also please note that this isn't by any means perfect since I created this for my self on the fly but it's 200 questions so hopefully there's something useful for you all.
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    Has anyone else used these flash cards to study for their Cvoice test?
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    I've used them lol, I'll be honest and mention that it's ok at best. I made these before my first attempt at the exam. Without giving to much away it helped me prep for the good majority of the exam but I def. needed supplemental material to get though it.
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    Thanks Shawn. That helps. I'm planning on sitting the exam on November 15. I'm going to use your cards to help in my studies.
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    Shawn:

    You had mentioned on one of your blog posts that the I need to be able to "convert DSCP to Binary" for the CVOICE test. I have looked into this and all I can find is pertaining to AF values on a CCIE study website. Could you elaborate as to what is needed with regards to the CVOICE test?
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    Actually understanding how to convert AF values to decimal is a lot more important. The formula is 8x+2y= Decimal value. Where x is the first digit and y is the second digit in the AF value.

    i.e. AF32 to decimal is 8(3)+2(2)= 28

    The most important is being able to determine how many concurrent calls can traverse the WAN and being able to do it without having to look up how many bytes each header adds. This Cisco doc best explains it:

    Voice Over IP - Per Call Bandwidth Consumption - Cisco Systems

    It took me a long time to some what get this down. For me personally it was almost as hard as learning subnetting for first time but then again I suck at math.
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    Thanks Shawn, really appreciate the help.
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    Shawn:

    I requested connection with you on LinkedIN so that I can PM you about some things in your area of St. Louis. Just an FYI.

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