We have a vibrant online community over at IEOC, and it’s only getting better as recently I’ve gotten commitments from a few CCIE Voice individuals who will be answering questions along with me, regularly there. So come one, come all, and post your questions relating to CCNA Voice, CCNP Voice and CCIE Voice.
Some of the more pertinent (Voice) forums are:
Also, if you are not aware, you are able to ‘subscribe’ at the bottom of each of these forums, and once you do you will receive emails for every new post (or digest if you so choose), making this a great combination mailing list and online forum, and you are free to use it either way you prefer, or even as both, as many do. You can also simply reply to any email, and it will automatically add your reply to the online forum thread, as well as alert all other members via email. You can even start new threads by simply emailing a new subject and body to the particular forum’s email address (once you get your first email from any given forum, you will know where to send new emails to start new threads).
We are highly committed to continuing to build IEOC into being the preeminent Voice online support community, just as it has been for CCIE Route/Switch for years now.
Finally, we have recently updated our Recommended CCIE Reading Book List. Head over there to check it out when you have a chance.
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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