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Idea abt working with Cisco 10 years 2 months ago #15581

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Hey isn't it sound gr8,

If any one of you are working at networking Giant CISCO then I am sure I am ready to be your pupil but wanted to know the ways to get into CISCO.
After going through CCNA curriculum I had developed a great taste for networking which is same as after knowing abt firewall.cx and now eagerly waiting to get such a wonderfull opportunity if any one of you have any information Plzzz.. Share,

Loads of thanks in Advance..
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Re: Idea abt working with Cisco 10 years 2 months ago #15582

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Do you mean you want to work for Cisco the company or with Cisco equipment? If it's the former, try to do a job search on their website and get an idea of what positions are available that you might qualify for. If it's the latter, most company's networking kit include a Cisco switch, router, or firewall somewhere, so it'll be easy to find a job to apply your knowledge.
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Re: Idea abt working with Cisco 10 years 2 months ago #15584

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hey jeremy Thanks for reply,

I am ready to do either but every job requires exposure or experience which probably I do not have and also I am no more a fresher :? .

I had already spent my precious three years for working with contact center for a tech support process of AT&T (ISP) here in India.

Due to which I am not able to move to Cisco...

Any suggestion's wud be highly appreciated
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Re: Idea abt working with Cisco 10 years 2 months ago #15586

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You have the call center experience, and now you are getting the Cisco product experience. Maybe that will allow you to work in Cisco's technical support.
-Jeremy-
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