CCIE VOICE - Deep Dive Or ATC

HI,

i need suggestion, which one to go for first INE Deep Dive or ATC?

i just completed my ccnp voice.

 

Thanks in advance.

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  • Check out this doc and downloadable xls file for info on how best to use our products: http://blog.ine.com/2011/07/29/from-ccna-voice-to-ccie-voice-in-a-year-2/

    While its geared for a year or even 18 months, and clearly you don't have that before Collaboration hits in Feb, you will still need all of the information (sans H.323 RAS/Gatekeeper) for your Collaboration exam as well.




    On Jul 31, 2013, at 13:23, Chandan <[email protected]> wrote:

    HI,

    i need suggestion, which one to go for first INE Deep Dive or ATC?

    i just completed my ccnp voice.

     

    Thanks in advance.




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  • If I remember correctly the deep dive refers you back to the ATC in the intro so I would say ATC. 



    On Jul 31, 2013, at 4:23 PM, Chandan <[email protected]> wrote:

    HI,

    i need suggestion, which one to go for first INE Deep Dive or ATC?

    i just completed my ccnp voice.

     

    Thanks in advance.





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  • Although delivered in a slightly different format, they do cover much of the same material. The Deep Dives do go into a lot more depth (as the name would imply), but obviously that takes longer to deliver.

  • thanks sir.

    i already covered ccie topics once. but i am going back with ine series to fill my gaps.

    so if i have more time i will go with deep dive or if i have less time i will go with ATC. right?

    i still have much time left. so i will go with deep dive now.

    mark sir. you are awesome. never thought voice will be too easy with your guidance. when i touched voice in starting i feel like i am lost.

    just need one more suggestion, how to read debugs in most effective way. i am having issues while reading many debugs they all looks like messed up.

    specially cch323 debug. any suggestion to get my debug reading skills more strong.

     

  • Nothing better than practice!   Make a sing call and dissect the debug, calling party, called party, digit pressed, softkey pressed, etc.  

    Once you can dissect a single call and identify the components, tshooting a call will be easier (you will have a better idea whats missing). 

    Look up an app called triple combo, it will help identify key segments, but don't use it as a crutch. 

    GL!!

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    On Jul 31, 2013, at 5:39 PM, Chandan <[email protected]> wrote:

    thanks sir.

    i already covered ccie topics once. but i am going back with ine series to fill my gaps.

     

    so if i have more time i will go with deep dive or if i have less time i will go with deep dive. right?

    i still have much time left. so i will go with deep dive now.

    mark sir. you are swesome. never thought voice will be too easy with your guidance. when i touched voice in starting i feel like i am lost.

    just need one more suggestion, how to read debugs in most effective way. i am having issues while reading many debugs they all looks like messed up.

    specially cch323 debug. any suggestion to get my debug reading skills more strong.

     




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  • Agree with Michael on make calls that work and watch them, then make calls that do not work and watch them. Also get a Cisco Press book called Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony by Paul Girault. Normally I don't recommend very many Cisco Press books, as the quality has really gone down hill, but this one is definitely worth reading and Paul is a legend inside Cisco. 



    Kind Regards,

    Mark Snow, CCIE #14073
    (Data Center, Voice, Security)






    On Jul 31, 2013, at 14:33, Chandan <[email protected]> wrote:

    thanks sir.

    i already covered ccie topics once. but i am going back with ine series to fill my gaps.

     

    so if i have more time i will go with deep dive or if i have less time i will go with deep dive. right?

    i still have much time left. so i will go with deep dive now.

    mark sir. you are swesome. never thought voice will be too easy with your guidance. when i touched voice in starting i feel like i am lost.

    just need one more suggestion, how to read debugs in most effective way. i am having issues while reading many debugs they all looks like messed up.

    specially cch323 debug. any suggestion to get my debug reading skills more strong.

     




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  • I have had that same book recommended to me many times. ISBN 978-1-58705-075-6.  It is available in 2 revisions look for the newest of the two.  



    On Aug 1, 2013, at 8:44 AM, Mark Snow <[email protected]> wrote:

    Agree with Michael on make calls that work and watch them, then make calls that do not work and watch them. Also get a Cisco Press book called Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony by Paul Girault. Normally I don't recommend very many Cisco Press books, as the quality has really gone down hill, but this one is definitely worth reading and Paul is a legend inside Cisco. 




    Kind Regards,

    Mark Snow, CCIE #14073
    (Data Center, Voice, Security)







    On Jul 31, 2013, at 14:33, Chandan <[email protected]> wrote:

    thanks sir.

    i already covered ccie topics once. but i am going back with ine series to fill my gaps.

     

    so if i have more time i will go with deep dive or if i have less time i will go with deep dive. right?

    i still have much time left. so i will go with deep dive now.

    mark sir. you are swesome. never thought voice will be too easy with your guidance. when i touched voice in starting i feel like i am lost.

    just need one more suggestion, how to read debugs in most effective way. i am having issues while reading many debugs they all looks like messed up.

    specially cch323 debug. any suggestion to get my debug reading skills more strong.

     




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    http://www.INE.com



    Subscription information may be found at:

    http://www.ieoc.com/forums/ForumSubscriptions.aspx



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  • Thanks a ton for everyone replies. i will folow your tips.

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