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Eight days until my lab exam and I have just finished day two of my lab marathon. I decided to take vacation this week (even though I will be spending all of my time at work labbing, nice vacation, huh? :-) ) so that I can focus on nothing but voice. One day delivery cialis




every day until next saturday will be spent in the lab only going home to sleep and of course taking a little time on tuesday to vote. Saturday the 8th at 3pm, I am done studying. I am not going to crack another book, listen to another lecture, watch another video, or type another command into a router, before my exam on Monday. I am going to spend Saturday evening with my wife and kids and then I fly out to San Jose Sunday morning. I have back to back Proctor Lab rack sessions scheduled every day. I plan on working through all 10 labs in workbook vol3 and [one day delivery cialis] after each lab, watch the videos on those sections that I had problems with. At this point, I feel pretty confident with most of the one day delivery cialis technologies but will really be concentrating on Dial Plan and Gatekeeper, as for me, these seem to be the most difficult as there is so many different scenarios that can be asked. One thing that is stressed often with the voice lab is to have a strategy going in. It is no secret that time constraints are significant with this exam so you must have a plan on how to attack it. I have taken advice and tips from several different engineers who have passed the exam and have come up with my strategy that I have been practicing for a couple of months and feel confident with. My strategy is as follows: 1. Re-draw the topology placing phones in their locations and making notes on different tasks required for each phone. Identify DIDs and vlans for each location. 2. On a sheet of paper, make several columns and list each device (hq-sw one day delivery cialis, hq-rtr, etc) as well as each main topic (cme, cue, ccm, unity, etc). 3. Read the entire exam placing each task in the respective column. Briefly read the Dial Plan section, making note of any call routing gotchas. 4. Configure all tasks for each device before moving on to next. 5. When it comes time for Dial Plan, reread that section and use the tables format (like used it the vol 3 videos) to create all of my route patterns, route lists, digit manipulation, etc. This seems to work well for me. 6. Hopefully have at least an hour, preferably 2 to verify. I plan on using Pushkar’s strategy and check off each task once it has been thoroughly tested. At this point, I will be skipping questions on LAN QoS and IPCC scripting. QoS on the 6500 is still a weak area for me as well as the scripting, so by skipping, I can focus more time on those areas I know. I am also hoping that I don’t get hit with a CUE to Unity integration using VPIM as I haven’t really practiced it enough :-) . Throughout the week, if I have a little time, I will try to post updates on how the labs are going.


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