I finally got my CCIE Voice. I took it yesterday 10/17/2011 and just
checked the status.
It always took me more attempts to get my CCIE. There is nobody
around can study together wih me for all my CCIEs. When I worked on
my first CCIE (R&S) in 2001, I don’t know a lot about Cisco devices
yet. I don’t have any other cisco certificate. I just bought books
and bought some Cisco 25xx routers (there was no dynamips yet) to
study. When I failed my first two attempts, I was very frustraed
because I don’t know what is the correct answer. Things had been
changed since I found Internetwork Experts (INE). I think they
provide the best product in the world if you want to become a real
CCIE (not a paper one). I tried some other materials, but the
problem is the answers are not so clear as INE’s. Their step-by-step
solution guide let you know what you are doing.
Anyway, I failed so many times because self-study for CCIE is really
hard. But I will say that I wll never pass all my CCIEs without INE.
Brian Dennis, Brian McGahan, Petr Lapukhov and Mark Snow are so
knowledgable to help people like me to get their CCIEs. Thank you
all. Your Voice Deep-Dive and ATC are so great. Without them, I can never pass my lab.
Next, I will go after CCIE SP, I already purchased their CCIE SP’s
materials, I am waiting for their version 3.0 update. I believe te
quality of the update is worth to wait.
Good luck to everyone.
CCIE#13584 (R&S, Voice)
Our sincere congratulations go out to Peng on his second great achievement! We will be shipping him a custom CCIE polo shirt today! Why don’t you get started with our 1-year CCNA to CCIE Voice plan today?
About Mark Snow, CCIE #14073:
Mark Snow has been actively working with data and traditional telephony as a Network Consulting Engineer since 1995, and has been working with Cisco Call Manager and voice-over technology since 1998. Mark has been actively teaching and developing content for the CCIE Voice track since 2005, and the Security track since 2007. Mark's story with both data and voice technology started out quite young, as he began learning around the age of five from his father who was a patented inventor and a research scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Mark started out on Unix System V and basic analog telephony, and went on from there to large data networking projects with technologies such as Banyan Vines, IPX and of course IP, and large phone systems such as Nortel 61c, Tadiran Coral, Avaya Definity and of course Cisco Unified Communications Manager in both enterprise and 911 PSAP environments across the US and internationally. Mark is also an accomplished pilot and punched his ticket in 2001. When Mark isn't learning, labing, consulting or teaching, he can be found either piloting or possibly jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, hanging off a rock somewhere or else skiing out west. He also might just be enjoying a quiet day at the beach with his wife and two wonderful young kids, Ryleigh and Judah.
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