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cisco networkers - are you going?

Posted on 2006-06-14
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not quite a tech question, but i was just curious if any experts on here are going to the networkers conference in Las Vegas next week.  post up if you are.  perhaps we could meet up for one of the lunches and put a face to the names.
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by:pseudocyber
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The guy I work with is going ... does that count?  :)
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by:WMIF
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hehe, not quite. :)  you dont want to, or they wont send you?
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by:pseudocyber
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Naaahhh...  I went to an RCDD course @ BiCSi in Tampa. :)
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by:The--Captain
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You should re-post this in the Lounge or Misc.  You never know who might show up...;-)

Cheers,
-Jon

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by:pseudocyber
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I don't go into the Lounge myself - they don't seem very nice in there.  Plus, I "waste enough time" here in this forum ... ;)
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by:WMIF
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i thought about the lounge as well, but not everyone there is a cisco guy/gal.  i think ill drop a pointer in routers though.
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by:pseudocyber
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I think there's better "general network" discussion here - amongst the "networkers". ;)
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by:lrmoore
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I just got back from a boondogle in Orlando and can't get away again next week.
If it wasn't in Las Vegas it might be easier to sell to the bosses
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I head out tomorrow!  Looks to be about 107 degrees for tomorrow's forecast in Vegas :)
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by:WMIF
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points to rvthost since he actually went.  unlike you other stick-in-the-muds. :)
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by:rvthost
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Thanks!  It was quite the event out there....and I still kept my job so I didn't win that much money :)
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by:WMIF
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it was fun.  i had a lot of call manager/unity classes, but was a little disappointed.  my company only has maybe 300 or so users on our phone system.  the classes were geared for running thousands with a cluster of call managers.
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by:rvthost
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Same hear, just 400 users.  We're small fries when Cisco starts talking telephony.  I still have to find a way to justify the tear out of our existing PBX :)
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by:WMIF
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that sucks.  ive got the president asking why we arent on it yet.  :)
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