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Looking for a Cisco Catalyst expert to train me. I have a 4507, 3750, and 3560

 
 
rjmnyc@optonline.net
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      04-26-2006
Hello everyone

I need to get up to speed on the 4507, 3750 and 3560. I've done a lot
of administration work, configured aironets, pix firewalls, etc. but
I'm new with the Catalyst line of switches. I'm looking for someone in
New York who can work remotely via a shadowed terminal server session
and train me on these switches. The person will also need to spend a
day with me on site to cut over from the old switches (ATM) to the new
ones. I have spent a lot of time on the Cisco web site and I have
trained myself somewhat but I do not trust myself with cutting over to
an infrastructure based on these switches without someone experienced
helping me.


Thanks
RJM

 
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      04-26-2006
email me with your contact info.

 
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