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Books to Review

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

Pearson was kind enough to send me a couple of newly released books to review. I plan to review them in the very near future!

Voice over IP Security

Cisco Secure Firewall Services Module (FWSM)

Applied Security Visualization

Won a BootCamp with IPExpert!

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

Well, I guess the money I’m spending on my CCIE studies is already starting to pay off. I was entered into a raffle in April for a free bootcamp (based on purchasing Proctor Lab sessions).

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I can’t believe I won a free bootcamp! Honestly, I didn’t quite have the money to attend the bootcamp with all the money I’m spending on study materials and Rack time. This is going to make a huge impact on my preparation for the lab, and I can’t wait! I plan to attend in August (which is when I have my first lab date scheduled).

Right now, I’m doing everything in my power to make sure I’m prepared, so I can take full advantage of the bootcamp.

It seems they also released some new workbooks today. I’m very interested in the Volume III workbook which contains 10 Mock labs and you can get the Video walk-through to go with it. Just when I thought I was done buying study materials!

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NetFlow Webinar

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

If you haven’t heard the buzz on Cisco NetFlow technologies, here’s your chance to gain some insight. NetFlow allows for some really awesome traffic analysis and reporting. With the help of NetQoS Reporter Analyzer, your networks will start telling some interesting stories.

Have you ever wondered how much traffic flowing through your network is P2P traffic?

Wouldn’t it be nice to know if an infrastructure upgrade is really the fix for your bandwidth problems?

NetFlow gives you information from your routers and switches regarding what they see on your network. Reporter Analyzer displays this information so that network engineers know exactly what’s going on in their networks. This visibility is something that we need when troubleshooting networks. Network engineers can now tune their networks to achieve the best performance possible!

Register for the NetFlow Webinar

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