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There’s help in the forum

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As I approach my two-year anniversary, I’m ramping up for the CCIE Voice written test to renew my certification.  I’m remembering the depth of information you’re required to know for the CCIE written/lab exam.  It’s a lot!

In between house-hunting, full-time work, studying for an MBA, and have two small kids… [oy vey] …I need to find time for recalling codec bandwidth calculations, FRF.12, digital networking, etc.

Fortunately, there’s a great community out there to help with all your Cisco Voice study needs: is a online study resource for INE, the top CCIE Voice training partner out there.  Best part?  It’s free!

The nice thing about is that you have the option to submit/reply to posts through email or web-based forum.  Once you sign up, you can either subscribe to emails or interact directly on the forums.

Mark Snow (CCIE #14073 Voice/Security), Mijanur Rahman (CCIE #27424 Voice) and Matthew Berry…err…me (CCIE #26721 Voice) are active on the forums.  If you post a question, you’ll likely get one of us to respond immediately.  It’s a fun community and I’d like to invite you to join in.

Recommended IEOC Forums:

To sign up for an account, go  Once you have an account, join these forums.  They even have regular contests where you can win an iPad for posting.

Free help plus the chance to win an iPad?  Not bad at all!


Written by Matthew Berry

April 25th, 2012 at 1:26 pm

Posted in Blog,CCIE Voice

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  1. Well what a coincidence! I passed this today! No FRF.12 and old 4.1 stuff. They must have changed this a month ago. Now the hard part. the lab. Have you tried INE material?


    26 Apr 12 at 12:00 pm

  2. Any thoughts of writing another track for knowledge? I’m sure you know voice very well. :)

    I’m thinking of writing either R&S or Data Center just for kicks…


    27 Apr 12 at 1:16 pm

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