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March 25, 2009

Group Study: The Top Ten Indications You Have Sat the Lab Too Many Times

Filed under: Cisco,Cisco Certification — cciepursuit @ 7:43 am
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I stumbled across this on GroupStudy:

The Top Ten Indications You Have Sat the Lab Too Many Times :

Number 10 – Visitor parking at Cisco features a spot with your name on it.

Number 9 – Visa calls you to inquire if someone at Cisco may have stolen your Credit Card.

Number 8 – You have earned 65,000 flight miles in the last year.

Number 7 – Your wife asks “Who the hell are you?” when you return home from your latest attempt.

Number 6 – You can now type 90 words per minute.

Number 5 – Your boss indicates that he has a task for you and you respond “How many points is it worth?”

Number 4 – You have recurring nightmares about redistribution and ping packet drops

Number 3 – Your new nickname on the InternetworkExpert forum is “That poor bastard!”

Number 2 – While romancing with your girl, all you can think about is full IGP reachability.

and the Number 1 Indication You Have Sat the Lab Too Many Times:

The proctor hands you your badge and says “You are on Rack 5 – AGAIN!”


Deepinder Singh Babbar
CCIE R&S #20182


Core Knowledge Question of the Day: 25 March 2009

*r=resume  *ri=”show ip route” release
reload     rename         renew                restart
resume     rlogin         rsh

What is true about the commands preceded by asterisks?

Highlight for answer: They are aliases. More specifically, they are exec level aliases. Even more specifically, ‘r’ is one of the IOS Default Command Aliases, while ‘ri’ is a custom alias.

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