Well done. With some luck, I will have a bunch of new MDS switches in the next month or two. Its been hard working in a Brocade shop for the last six months. So once I have them, I can start getting my hands dirty again which will give me more confidence to sit the exams. That's depending on whether I can do the lab in Sydney or my wife gets to see a space shuttle launch.
I hope you popped open a bottle of good bubbly for the occasion.
Thanks, I think that you will knock it out of the park. It is a good test of hands on knowlege, and the proctors or proctor (there is only one SAN proctor in RTP) are pretty cool guys.
Interesting tidbit - There is only one physical rack for SAN gear. It is located in RTP, all other locations (brussels right now) shell in remotely. I don't know if they are thinking about building a second rack in Syndney, but my gut feel says no.
I didn't do the bubbly.. but I think that a good portion of a Guinness keg, and a bit of Tequila got recycled that night.
I swear it took about three days for my stomach to get back to normal.
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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