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  1. VirtuallyMikeB
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    Way to go, Chris. That’s quite an achievement. Virtualization today pretty much requires a solid grasp of principles in so many areas: servers, storage, networking, operating systems, and more – the CCNP is a fine addition to one’s skillset. Obviously, Layer 2 is king in the virtualized data center, but with the requirements of geographically dispersed, virtualized data centers, perhaps those routing skills will come in handy!

    All the best!

    Mike

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  2. Berend
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    Why do you need 9-10 exams for the UCS support specialization? You really only need 1, which is the 642-994. The CCNP is my opinion is a much tougher goal, so congrats on that.

    Good luck with the rest,
    Berend

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  3. jud
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    Just wanted to say hey. Thanks for the shout out, I hope my site was as informative as yours. Keep on knocking down your tests, you’re well on your way.

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  4. robert
    robert at |

    Hi Jud, i am interested in furthering my CCNA and thought i would start with CCNP Switching. After reading your post, i am motivated again. Is it safe to say that your only study material, book wise, was the Cisco CCNP Switch Simplified?

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