[c-nsp] [SPAM?] Certification Ethics

A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk
Tue May 12 03:27:03 EDT 2009


> The web example question was "how many usable /26 do you have in a /24"  
> and the answer was "2". Right. Like ANYONE has ever IN THE REAL WORLD 
> used a Cisco router without "ip subnet-zero" and "ip classless" since 
> 1995.
> I hope this has improved since I last looked at it.

not really - although to stop ambiguity they now start the
question with something akin to 'assuming classless addressing is in use....'

the main ting is when you see people with CCNP/CCIE who have 
not much real time spent in the field - only with years of
real world experience can you state how things really happen.
in the real world you have to interoperate with other vendors
kit - turn off some of the driving aids as it were - and deal
with IOS issues...oh, and users! ;-)


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