Automated DLR conflict detection
elouie at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 31 08:00:51 UTC 2001
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jesper Skriver" <jesper at skriver.dk>
> > Actually I would be much happy with a Certified something. I can't
> > figure out why people want a CCIE to run their Juniper routers.
> Because a CCIE is about a lot more than knowing how to configure a Cisco
> device, very few will pass a CCIE test without _knowing_ the technology,
> and what they are doing, and that is the same regardless of the label on
> the equipment.
That may have been true during your genre of CCIE's, but not with the latest
round of CCIE's, my friends... you should see the posts I see on the ccie
lab mailing lists. Its enough to scare even me, and I don't scare easily.
The latest round of study materials is creating a "puppy mill" of CCIEs -
inexperienced, money-hungry, power-conscious, and absolutely clueless. I
wouldn't give most of them the enable passwords to my routers...
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