Who was the first CCIE?; How to pass the CCIE Voice written exam; andmore
Check out Network World's Cisco Subnet for daily Cisco news, blogs and
discussions. New this week:
* The first external CCIE remembers the launch of Cisco's toughest
Cisco Subnet blogger Brad Reese tracked down the first non-Cisco
staffer to become a CCIE. Terry Slattery was helping lead CLI
development and training as a Cisco consultant in 1993 when he first
heard about the CCIE program and inquired about participating. Fast
foward 15 years and today there are some 15,500 CCIEs around the world
and counting. Plus: What's the story on the CCIE numbering system?
* How far will Cisco's Nexus enable Cisco to own the data center?
Cisco's Nexus data center switch is the company's boldest attempt to
own the data center. But its storage features are lacking.
* Do you haiku?
Cisco project managers get their creative juices flowing writing
* Cisco partners consolidate, Cisco quietly drops $40M per CCIE rule -
does this depress the CCIE job market? http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/24363
Cisco gold partner Calence bought fellow reseller Insight for $125M.
The deal follows Cisco dropping its one additional CCIE for every $40M
in reseller revenue rule. Would these moves depress the CCIE job
* Gobbling up Cisco's enteprise pie
Juniper finally releases its enterprise switch - How long will it take
for Juniper to eat into Cisco's bread-and-butter enterprise switching
* Network Hardware Resale offers a lifeline to Cisco switches
ineligible for SMARTnet
Users of Cisco non-E series 6500 switches, of which there is an
installed base of more than 350,000 units, now have a viable and
affordable option called NetSure from Network Hardware Resale for the
maintenance of Cisco switches that are no longer eligible for new
Cisco SMARTnet support contracts.
* NEW FROM CISCO SUBNET BLOGGERS: Mark Lewis presents tips on passing
the CCIE Voice written exam http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/24374.
Jeff Doyle discusses how to understand MPLS label stacking
http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/24420. Michael Morris
explains how Cisco moving up the stack with Application Networking
Solutions http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/24418. Wendell
Odom continues his series on building your own CCNA Lab with a look at
IOS and memory http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/24399. Larry
Chaffin asks: Could Cisco add bio fingerprint readers to IP phones?
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