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RE: All numbers are beutiful ...but below 7000 have something special posted 09/13/2007
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lol! 

Where do you get your stats from, people that work for cisco will tell
you that ccie certification group is one of the smallest groups in
cisco.

Don't forget that the more ccie they have, the more projects they push
into the industry and hence, the more equipment they sell. Imagine how
many cisco products/projects each ccie signs off in his/her own lifetime
... Do the maths and I will do the judgement!

Though from Seonghui comment, they make at least $20million a year on
CCIE, that is probably what a group of CCIEs can make them in weeks!

Many Thanks
 
Yemi Salau

-----Original Message-----
From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Digital Yemeni
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 4:21 AM
To: Seonghui
Cc: darth router; shiran guez; subodh.rawat@xxxxxxxxx;
ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: All numbers are beutiful ...but below 7000 have something
special

Cisco makes more money from CCIE lab exams than selling routers and
switches!
I think they should stop producing routers and switches and produce more
lab
exams instead! ;-)

Regards,
-- 
Huaweis' customers discovered Cisco's IOS bugs!



On 9/13/07, Seonghui <Seonghui@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> I prefer the 2-day lab as well (even though I sat and passed the 1 day
> lab)
>
> If you were in Cisco's shoe, instead of taking 1day to test 1 CCIE
> candidate, now you need 2 days, their 'revenue' from the lab exam will
> be reduced by half...
>
> Don't forget it's USD1350 per exam X number of seats X number of
center
> worldwide X number of days in a year open for testing
>
> If my calculation is correct, it's at least a USD20mil business (1 day
> lab)...
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of
> darth router
> Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 10:23 AM
> To: shiran guez
> Cc: subodh.rawat@xxxxxxxxx; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: All numbers are beutiful ...but below 7000 have something
> special
>
> I would rather have a two day CCIE number. The two day lab is
definitely
> harder. It is 2 days! Despite your know how and ability to pass day
one
> you
> could get tripped up by something stupid, like a gum wrapper wrapped
> around
> a a cable contact. Cisco ditched the two day format because they felt
if
> you
> could build the lab, you should be able to troubleshoot it as well. On
> top
> of that, do any of you think you could pass the lab reading merely
cisco
> press books? There were not many vendor workbooks back in those days;
> thus
> much much harder to learn the relavant info, thus less people passing
> the
> lab, and thus a much more difficult overall endeavor. I would love for
> cisco
> to bring back the two day lab. That would solve the problem of
cheaters
> and
> braindumpers. There is no way a braindumper would be able to
> troubleshoot
> that rack on day 2 :) Bring it back Cisco!!
>
> DR
>
>
>
>
> On 9/12/07, shiran guez <shiranp3@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > According to your theory that it is easier because there are more
> > information, either people are stupid or lazy.
> >
> > and I think you should try before stating such theory, and after you
> try
> > tell us your experience.
> >
> >
> >
> > On 9/12/07, subodh.rawat@xxxxxxxxx <subodh.rawat@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > >
> > > Though I am preparing for CCIE and think that achiving CCIE is
> something
> > > a great achievment. But I think that numbers below 7000 or 8000
for
> that
> > > matter are more than beautiful. They are hard earned numbers.
> Getting
> > > number these days is fairly easy than before, may be bacause
> vendor's
> > > workbooks are very close to real lab.
> > >
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