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CCIE Voice Written

Discussion in 'Voice' started by Sjostke, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. Sjostke

    Sjostke New Member

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    Hello,

    Anybody learning for CCIE Voice written? I am. 8)

    Sjostke
     
  2. Phoenix
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    I think the good Mr Bryant may well me going for that as his next goal, he may drop a reply later :)
    I must say I had the pleasure of a brief 'introduction' to voip course by the guy who I did my PIX course with, very confusing at first, but very interesting, has got me playing around with VoIP technology at home (non cisco ofcourse, im not minted) :)

    Good luck on that, sounds like one hell of an aim :)
     
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  3. conty

    conty New Member

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    I am also doing that...... R/S already, and want to be a VOICE.
     
  4. Pete01

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    I'm not doing it but I want to be. :p

    about 6 months ago the outsourcing company I was working for lost the contract for the client site I was based at (nothing to do with me I promise 8) ).

    Because of this they told me I still had a place in the company but I could take voluntary redundancy any time over the next 3 months. The place they had for me was to suddenly 'learn' VoIP... I'm a second line IT software/hardware support guy with a good 6 years of experience but the closest I've come to a router is the simulation I'm about to download for the CCNA I'm studying for.........

    Anyway I got quite excited about being trained up to do VoIP projects, 2 months into my 3 month review period I was sat doing not a lot at head office, not a sniff of VoiP training, not a flicker of any networking or conventional PABX training, nothing.

    So I took the redundancy and got another 2nd line IT support job. It's a real shame because I really really wanted to get into the whole VoIP thing.

    I guess I'll have to do it on my own- see you after I've done my CCNA :twisted:
     
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  5. terminalvelocity777

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    Hi,

    I have passed my Written and hoping to do the lab early next year. If you want to pass it you have to really get into the voice side (sucking eggs i know) it is really interesting but typical Cisco very confusing too (or is that just me)


    Go for it there is such a shortage of VOIP Certs out there.
     
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    WIP: CCIE Voice Written Passed lab to go
  6. Theprof

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    Congrats on the pass!
     
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  7. BosonMichael
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    Congrats!
     
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  8. elpelao80

    elpelao80 New Member

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    Hi terminalvelocity777,

    I am testing newt week and I will like to get some tips. Perhaps you could give me a hand. The hardest part I believe will be QoS and IPCC. If you want to give me a hand that will be appreciated. I will certainly return the favor :)

    Thanks,
     
  9. sleen

    sleen New Member

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    Hi Sjostke,
    I am currently preparing for CCIE voice written.How far have you gone?
     
  10. ColinCamper

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    I may be wrong! :(

    But I was figuring that if I finish the CCVP, I will (only!) need to do Unity, IPCC express/IP-IVR and MPLS to prepare for the written.

    Is that about right?

    I may get the bosons for this exam and let that guide me to the level of detail for IPCC. I may already know enough - I was with Cisco when it was still branded geotel - I'll check it out.

    I'm not worried about the Unity and MPLS as I have some pretty good books on those subjects.
     
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  11. ronbeacom

    ronbeacom New Member

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    I am working on this as well. If you need any help or have any questions feel free to email me
    ronaldbeacom@yahoo.ca Once you have your CCIE Voice your on your way
     
  12. greenbrucelee
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    \its not a very good idea to publicly show your email address you will get spammed to death.
     
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  13. angelinascott

    angelinascott New Member

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    I got through the CCVP and going towords Labs...
    If you are going towords voice, It is very confusing plus facinating... You need to practice alot that is what i learned through my experiance, knowing the technology at the finger tips and dancing with them is the only way out !!! :biggrin
     
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  14. rathi_tce

    rathi_tce New Member

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    Hi Sjostke,

    I am also currently preparing for CCIE voice written. I started preparing last month (from May). How far you are?

    rathi_tce
     
  15. ciscobuy

    ciscobuy Banned

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    Congrats on the pass. CCIE Voice is in high demand here in the states.
     

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