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The lab portion is the most challenging part of the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) exam. To pass, you need hundreds of hours of experience with the equipment, so you will need access to a practice lab. There are generally two ways to go about this. The first is to rent rack tokens from your […]Read More
Overview One of the items that has long perplexed me in our industry is the stranglehold the carriers have on the market. In many market’s there is only one reasonable option for service and they all work in what feels like an archaic fashion. For instance, I’ve always found the idea of porting numbers between […]Read More