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CCNA training [7:100962] posted 07/09/2005
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go to cisco.com and search for ccna you will find all the resources you
need..
or try this
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/10/wwtraining/celc/celclogin.html
or
http://forums.cisco.com/eforum/servlet/PrepCenter?page=discussion
Oz

--- Julius Peter Lainjo  wrote:

> Hi,
>     can somebody help me get a CCNA scorlaship?
> Thanks
> 
> On 7/7/05, Jeffrey Stackhouse  wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I'm new to the board but also agree as mentioned earlier that it
> looks like
> > a physical lower level facility problem. Two things I'm
> > concerned about.  You specify you have a WIC, but is it a
> WIC-T1-DSU, or is
> > it something else?  On a point-to-point T1 circuit from a provider,
> you
> > should normally set your clocking to line at BOTH ends, since the
> provider
> > is supplying Stratum 1 Clocking.   Your config file is perfect for
> both
> ends
> > as I see it.  You simply need to setup your IP's that you are using
> in the
> > config on each router and the link should come up.
> > 
> > After making any changes, you might also want to do the following
> command
> at
> > the router#  prompt,
> > clear counters (answer yes)
> > 
> > From then on any show int s0 will show you any new carrier
> transisitions
> and
> > crc errors.  Both should be 0 for long periods of time on a
> correctly
> > configured link.
> > 
> > HTH,
> > 
> > Jeff




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