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Dennis caught our eye creating Visio versions of the best-selling Volume 1 workbook network topology for his fellow students in the IEOC. Thanks again Dennis and enjoy your $50 Gift Certificate for Amazon.com.
The files that Dennis created for his fellow students can be found by clicking here.
Here is his story…
In 1991, I began my official work life as a Customer Service Representative. I repaired all manner of equipment for many well-known small to medium sized retail chains and large retail chains with names ending in “mart”. In 1996 I took a position with a small contracting company working at NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). I worked as a Help desk Engineer for several years. I became Microsoft MSCE certified in 1998. In 1999 I took another position within my company still at NOAA for their Computer Incident Response Team. I had several satisfying years in that position learning all about incident detection, response and remediation.
If you have spent any time in the R&S forums in the IEOC, you have seen the username Deepak Arora. Deepak has achieved Elite status in the forum and is always challenging and helping his peers with his excellent posts.
Thank you so much Deepak, and we look forward to celebrating your number soon. We are placing 100 GradedLabs rack rental tokens in your account as a small gesture of our appreciation.
I am sure many are interested in Deepak’s story…here it is:
I started my career in mid 2003 as a System Support Engineer after passing my 3 Year regular Diploma in Electronics (Microprocessor). During the last semester of my study in college I got this opportunity in a campus interview session. Could you believe I was just a 19 year old kid at that point with no idea how things worked in the real world ?…hehe
I am sure many of you would love to know more about Ray – here it is:
Ray Aragon is an SE in the Networking World and after 10 Plus years working with State/Local government and Major Carriers around the world he decided to get his CCIE using INE products as his primary study aide. Here were some facts Ray shared with me:
• I think I try to be helpful to others, and identify “pitfalls” and my “ahhh-haa” moments
• I like it when I run into a stumbling block and there is already a good discussion on IEOC
INE wants to thank another incredible member of our IEOC! Joni Oksanen (screenname – Jent). Joni is currently enjoying a free subscription to the brand new CCIE Service Provider Core Knowledge Simulation. When you read Joni’s story below, I am sure you can determine why he chose that gift!
INE wants to thank another incredible member of our IEOC! John Spaulding (littelgreymen12). John is currently enjoying a $50 Gift Certificate to Amazon.com. When you read John’s story below, I am sure you can determine what those funds will purchase.
John Spaulding, CCIE #25143, used the INE CCIE 2.0 program throughout his studies. He built his own rack for practice and used the Poly labs and Graded Mock labs. These really helped John figure out the grading process and where he could do better. John is currently sitting on the couch and catching up on all the Video games that he has missed in the passed 7 months. He is also spending time with family, his beautiful girlfriend, Courtney, and of course his pets who have missed him the most
Starting January, 2010, John plans to start studying for his service provider track and has upgraded his rack to accommodate the changes of the new blueprint. John plans on purchasing the INE service provider product and will attend a live Bootcamp in the near future. John wants to thank INE for all of their support. We want to thank John for his incredible work in our forums and for being one of our most cherished customers!
Huge congratulations and thanks to Darrell Escola of the IEOC.COM online community for his tireless support of his fellow peers. INE has sent Darrell Escola a $50 Gift Card for Amazon.com. Hey Darrell, buy something FUN!
Darrell obtained his CCIE R/S with INE and has continued to be a valuable member of the online community. Darrell used the following resources from INE:
- R&S Advanced Technologies Class On Demand
- R&S Bootcamp Class On Demand
- R&S Lab Workbook Volume I
- R&S Lab Workbook Volume II
- R&S Lab Workbook Volume III
Darrell is currently starting his own business in Central California. How exciting! The main focus will be Fire/Life-Safety inspection and documentation services for hospitals, but he will also be a Registered Partner with Cisco and Microsoft to facilitate IT/Network Consulting. Darrell is currently working on SMB certification to qualify as a Cisco Select Partner.
Since obtaining his CCIE-RS, he has obtained a California C-10 Electrical Contractor’s License, and this week passed the C-16 Fire Protection Trade Exam!
Even with all of this going on, you will see Darrell often in the IEOC helping his fellow community members.
Look for more community member spotlights, community program enhancements, and, of course, more free gifts soon! If you have not signed up at the IEOC.com, be sure to check it out today!
Thanks again Darrell!
The Internet now has a new location for knowledge sharing when it comes to anything related to the CCENT Certification from Cisco Systems. Whether it is general questions or comments about the certification itself, or technical questions related to any entry-level networking technology, these forums are for you!
Just like our expert-level forums, these electronic collaboration areas are a friendly and fun way to have your questions answered anytime 24×7. Remember, the only foolish question is the one you do not ask.
If you are new to the forums, be sure to explore all of the features of the IEOC. For example, you can subscribe to forums and have posts sent right to your e-mail inbox.
We sincerely hope you use and enjoy these new forums; our staff of CCIEs and your enthusiastic study peers anxiously await your posts!
I’ve setup a new forum for the new Volume I Version 5 content. Please post all questions and comments about it here.
For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, there is a new version of the R&S Volume I labs If you are a current Volume I Version 4 customer you can request access to the new beta material automatically. To access the new material login to your http://members.internetworkexpert.com account and click on the upgrade link to the right of the “R&S Lab Workbook Volume I v4.1″ link. You’ll be sent an email with instructions on how to use our new locklizard pdf reader, and you’ll see a new course subscription in the members site for the new content access. The documents can be printed twice each, but viewed an unlimited amount of times.
If you are going to use our rack rentals for configuring the labs there are some major feature enhancements that we’ve been working on. You can now load initial configs, save your configs, and reload your saved configs on demand to any rack session that you have. Next to your active rack session you’ll see a link that says “Beta CP” for the new control panel.