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  1. Javin says:

    Did you disable comments for your normal blog post on purpose?

  2. Darren says:

    Hi Javin.

    Comments are not disabled anywhere. Other people are commenting. Is it not working for you?

  3. Javin says:

    Ah, I see what I did incorrectly. I don’t usually click on the topic I just look at the blog wall. If I click the title I see the comments. Sorry, and thank you for your awesome site.

  4. Darren says:

    Cool. Thanks :)

  5. Omar says:

    Hi Darren;

    I just wanna ask you what should i do first JNCIS-SP or CCNP ?

    Thank you, I’ll appreciate your help.

  6. Darren says:

    Hi Omar.

    It really depends. Do you work mainly with Cisco or Juniper? The JCNIS-SP is very foced on Juniper and SP tech, while the CCNP is more broad

  7. Omar says:

    Hi Darren;

    Thank you for you suggest, i work for ISP, i can see that JCNIS-SP study guide includes MPLS but CCNP doesn’t, even this CCNP curriculum is more broad like you said. I don’t work directly with Juniper neither Cisco in deep, i just wanna learn something new.

    Thank you;

  8. Omar says:

    Hi Darren;
    I would like to ask you something, I’m studying for JNCIS-SP in the MPLS part and right now i’m working with RSVP but when try to install a route in my ingress router with prefix of /30 i have an error that said: that this prefix is too short, when i set the same IP without prefix it’s install without problem, for example:

    root@R1# Show
    label-switched-path R1_to_R5 {
    to 192.168.1.5;
    install 10.10.10.1/30; <——-(Here, with this prefix it doesn't work, without works )
    link-protection;
    primary R1_to_R5;
    }
    I'll appreciate your help;

  9. Jordan says:

    Hey Darren.

    Is there an RSS feed set up for this site?

    Couldn’t see a link to one.

  10. Angel says:

    Darren, I need some advice on a decision that I’ve been pondering about for a few days now. I currently have my CCNP R&S and work at a Network Technician testing networks.

    My question is, should I now go and get a 4 year degree in Information Technologies or go for CCIEv5 (R&S)?

    Thanks in advance for your reply.

  11. Darren says:

    I can’t say one or the other. I don’t have a degree and don’t plan to any time soon. It really depends on what you want to do

  12. Angel says:

    Thanks for the reply Darren. I want to become a network engineer.

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