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    word, buying them right now I enjoyed the INE bootcamp for voice + the Official Guide
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    did you try to work out a deal with the live sales dept? there flexible if you buy day of well if you bundle with something else of course.
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    Havent bought them yet.. think they'd budge on the $299 price?
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    will version 7.0 of cucm and cuc be good enough to get me by?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmarcisco View Post
    will version 7.0 of cucm and cuc be good enough to get me by?

    Yeah the big changes are SAF, some IOS security changes, and the placement of some CUCM menu's.
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    #31
    can i get away with running my 2 1760vs and adding 1 2801
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    #32
    So i bought the INE, but only did the download... then paid the diff for streaming.. I dont think i'd download these things... least with streaming I'll be able to just fire up the web site or stream from my iphone... so..... NP Voice in... 90 days.. GO!

    I'm not doing heavy UCM deployments, but a boatload of CME deployments and tickets related to UCM/CME so.. hopefully this gives me the necessary background to do this in 90 days
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    did you manage to work a deal? are you using any other material besides the videos?
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    I'm gonna use the INE and the official study guides - I built a lab at work so i dont need to rent the racks
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    @shodown you mentioned using the ine deep dive series did you just mean workbook 1 or both (workbook1 and 2)? and if theres any need to do use the deep dive video series
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    I use the deep dives for the videos and labs due to the CCNP V not having lab material. In the deep dives mark goes over actually doing the labs in the videos so you can see it 1st hand. You can be logged on into a lab and do it with him or do it later, but it helps. They assume some voice knowledge so its best to have been through the CCNP and CCNA material 1st.
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    well i wanted to use the deep dives for labs to use with my ccnp v studies.
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    did you get the workbooks or only the video?
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    I purchased both of them.
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    thanks you've been helpful!
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    once last thing i forgot to mention i was chatting to the salesperson on ine and they said for me to understand the labs in the workbooks i'd have to buy the advanced technology course do you think its even necessary.
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    I think the Adv tech or CCNP voice will work. But I do agree that you need to see other material 1st. Adv will cover all the 7x track, the CCNP V 8 will cover the 8x track minus uccx
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    cool beans thx
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    studying using ine ccnp and wow... he is pretty dry and CVOICE is a HUGE exam...
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    @shodown what kind of OS are you running on you server?
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    CUCM, UCCX, CUPS, UC 7,8 and X. Trixbox(not really used) CVP and UCCE.
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    Not trying to high-jack the thread but is the deep-dives worth it? Im FINALLY getting back into studying voice but wondering if I should buy the deep-dives.. Ive already got the advance tech vids and work books..
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    you can get by with the adv tech class, but they serve 2 differnet purposes. The adv tech class teaches, the deep dives covers task which is good if you want to watch the wording and see how you would actually complete the task.
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    I'm becoming frustrated with trying to rent labs so far. I'm just going to go back to my originally plan and plunk some money on a few 28XX's and a beefy server. I already have everything else like PVDM2's, Phones, 3550 switch, VWIC2's, and a few 1760's. First I have to finish closing on my house though lol
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    Congrads playboi. I just closed on mine last week. Its a pain in the ass, but well worth it. As far as the rack rentals have you worked with INE tech support?
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