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RE: No CCIE working environment [1:3226] posted 04/11/2001
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Absolutely!!

In a home study lab or on the CIMs, you cannot create the odd problems and
qwirks that arise from a live network.
With your CCNP, you should have no problem getting a great hands on job. If
you do, you're not looking hard enough or you are limited your search.

Gordon A. Crowe
Royal Bank of Canada
PMAG Ontario Branch Prime
PMAG Inventory Controller
Tel: (416) 974-3752
Fax: (416) 974-5723
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Daniel Atkinson" 
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 10:23:22 -0400
To: associate@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: No CCIE working environment [1:3226]

> Do what I'm trying to do.  Get a new job.

that seems to be the idea - study for CCNA/CCNP, then find a job in a
company where you will be working with CCIE's. To me this seems like the
only realistic way to prepare, other than building a huge practice lab. If
you can afford to do that then you probably don't need a career anyway!

dan.




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