On Friday, and for the fourth time, I took the CCIE R&S Written exam (350-001). For the third time, though, I failed. Let me tell you, I am absolutely devastated. I worked my buns off for the past few weeks, but Im obviously missing some important piece to put me over the top.
I quit my job…by design. I start a new gig on Tuesday and am getting back to the world of Cisco. As a last nod to Juniper, I decided to use an exam voucher I had and take the JNCIS-ENT exam. Easy pass. The content…
Maybe not epic, but a win nonetheless.
I’ve spent the last month or so with my nose down in a book and my mouse in a Google+ Hangout window studying my rear off for the CCIE R&S Written. Too bad I didn’t pass it.
I passed the IIUC yesterday, so now I'm a CCNA Voice. It's kind of belittling to get a CCNA-level certification at this point in my career, but I didn't want to be completely left behind, so I figured I should move into some voice stuff…
More IIUC notes. As always, feel free to correct as needed.
Cisco changes every certification track I go down. This time they’ve changed others, too.
This is my first attempt at a simple CME exercise.
My IIUC study notes on voice ports and dial peers.
Today we discuss paging, after-hours call blocking, call accounting, and music on hold.