I'm working as a network design engineer for the service provider market, and have to design solutions which in most of the times incorporate 7200, 7300, 7600, GSR ,ASR etc.
Does any one know of a good training for this type of platforms. Basically the training should cover the platforms in general, their capabilities and short comings, box positioning and some case studies. Training preferably from a Cisco certified learning partner
I have the first three of the list. Experience matters a lot truly and that's what I lack a bit. See.. we had a great set of engineers (with a lot of experience)until recently, but they left seeking a better world :). All of a sudden I'm faced with questions to which answers I do not know.
Company is willing to invest in training, the only thing is I can't find any even in PEC.
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