It has been a good week for me in terms of studying for the CCDA and at work. Learned a lot of new things such as QoS particularly LLQ and Pseudowire over Cisco's ME. This blog I will focus more into QoS. Low-latency queing is a QoS feature developed by Cisco applying stricter policy queing … Continue reading Using QoS LLQ to prioritise your video and voice traffic
This evening I just made it official, booked the exam for the Cisco Certified Design Associate exam set in two months. That means I will be forced to be in study over-drive mode. Unlike the previous exams, things are different in the way that I don't have extra time in my hands. I do work … Continue reading Booked my CCDA exam and QoS
So far I am pleased with how my studies have been going. Going deeper into Cisco's CCDA track. I am watching again all CBTNuggets videos again, I have seen them last year but was just not paying much attention back then. I have gone through a couple of pages of the Cisco Press book. Honestly, … Continue reading Initial thoughts on CCDA 640-864
I noticed whenever I passed a certification such as what I got 2 days ago (BCvRE), I am such in a good mood to go after the next one. Yes, I will admit I am a cert junkie. Yes, I did claim that I will be doing my CCIE R&S soon but for some reason … Continue reading Going deep and wide with CCDA
Today I sat or should I say, did my re-take on the Brocade Certified vRouter Engineer exam this morning. Finally I passed. I took this exam a few months ago last year and failed in a screaming heap. It was a humbling experience, thinking back then that my CCNP R&S would be enough to pass … Continue reading Passed Brocade Certified vRouter Engineer (BCvRE) exam.