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    That pronunciation drives me about as nuts as the VPN videos on the ISCW study portion of Cisco's website where the lady keeps referring to an ACL as an "Ackle." I swear, I've never heard a person call them an "Ackle" except when they barely knew what they were talking about. It could just be a regional thing that I've only heard them called "Ay Cee Elll's," but it really drove me nuts!
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    I've heard the term "Nackle" referring to the named ACL configuration line.... but I think ackle would drive me insane :P
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    Its kind of like how people pronounce BPDU.

    I have always just pronounced it as the letters B-P-D-U. I have heard some people refer to it as a BiP-Doo though which always makes cringe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by networker050184
    Its kind of like how people pronounce BPDU.

    I have always just pronounced it as the letters B-P-D-U. I have heard some people refer to it as a BiP-Doo though which always makes cringe.
    LOL, that would surely warrant a 5+ second stare if I heard someone say that.
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    Bip-Doo sounds like something my dog would do to our carpet. "Dang it, Clyde, why did you have to do a Bip-Doo on the rug?!!!"
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    Default Re: 47% on my BGP Portion

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    I just passed the BCSI recently. My printout showed 47% for BGP. It is the one protocol I just never have used in the real world one time. Probably cause I have never worked for an ISP

    I nailed EIGRP (pronounced e-grip) and OSPF (pronounced os-pif) 100%, which is why I ended up passing with one of the lowest scores possible. But a pass is a pass!!!!

    If you can nail 5 our of 6 categories with 90% plus, then doing poor on one category won't kill you.

    How did you come up with those pronunciations? Maybe you were joking......
    yep, I was joking - heard them on a Cisco tech support call years ago and have laughed about them ever since...

    I can't believe anyone would post a reply to an admittedly stupid insider joke of mine from 10 years ago...
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    In my defence, I wasn't learning Cisco 10 years ago
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    Good luck on the exam, Gorebrush!
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    After I've had an incredibly crappy day at work, my reviewing went to pot and and scoring badly on practice tests.

    Oh, dear.
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    Confidence! We're both gonna pass our exams and celebrate all Christmas! (Of course, there is still time to reschedule if you absolutely think you have to!)

    I'd say just pick your weakest area today and hit it hard. At the end of the day, do another practice exam...take your next weakest area and hit that hard. Rinse and repeat until monday. You know your stuff, gorebush!
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    Thanks for the words!

    Redistribution is the big one today, Multicast is OK now, so is BGP

    I've had a good sleep, so I should get a good two days in this weekend now

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    How do you guys pronounce ISAKMP?

    I-S-A-K-M-P, I use ISA-KAMP just because of all the letters in the acronym
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    Quote Originally Posted by gojericho0
    How do you guys pronounce ISAKMP?

    I-S-A-K-M-P, I use ISA-KAMP just because of all the letters in the acronym

    Same here.
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    Dang, he was camp, too.
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    Yep... Eye-sa-Camp.
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    Did I miss it? How does everyone pronounce eye-ess eye-ess?
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    At first, I thought it was like Isis, the goddess. However, later readings revealed that what you wrote is how it's "supposed" to be pronounced. I like mine better though

    Is there a website that lists pronunciations for IT acronyms/mnemonics? This seems like very valuable information, which could potentially help people avoid some embarrassment in the field
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikej412
    Did I miss it? How does everyone pronounce eye-ess eye-ess?
    eye-ess 2 eye-ess

    you just gotta throw the 2 in there, I don't know why but it just annoys me when there isn't one. I mean honestly, how does "intermediate system - intermediate system" make sense?
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    It would be kind of fun to call up TAC sometime and then intentionally pick the most rednecked pronunciation of terms you can think of. Of course, I'm not sure what kind of support you'd end up getting!

    Yeah, I'm tryin' to set up this heeere router to do OsssPifff and it just ain't workin'. Ya think I should just switch to EyeSis instead or try EyeGrip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwarrior
    It would be kind of fun to call up TAC sometime and then intentionally pick the most rednecked pronunciation of terms you can think of. Of course, I'm not sure what kind of support you'd end up getting!

    Yeah, I'm tryin' to set up this heeere router to do OsssPifff and it just ain't workin'. Ya think I should just switch to EyeSis instead or try EyeGrip?


    You would be surprised sometimes the people at TAC sound like that!

    I have to work with Cisco TAC all the time. They are not always the smartest fellars!
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    Passed with 855

    Time for a beer.

    Cisco exams are fair, I'll say that. I was weak at multicasting (67%) and the mark fairly justifies that.

    All others were 80%+ and a 70%

    phew!
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    Congrats man! nice one!

    ..Now enjoy xmas!!!
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    Congrats, a job well done
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    Congrats on the pass!!
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