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Re:SAN training

by Guest » Sun Oct 31, 2010 4:31 pm


I did all of my MDS training through FireFly and I would highly recommend them.http://www.fireflycom.net/In fact, I credit them with my CCIE success.Gary L. RossCCIE #19059

Re:SAN training

by Guest » Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:53 pm


try searching for locations that provide the following classes. i think they cost around $4000.00 a piece. depends on the company providing the training and whether or not there is a special going on.if you happen to have a EMC subscription/passport then the ICSNS class is part of their catalog. i want to say the IASNS is also but i only found locations overseas.ICSNS - Implementing Cisco Storage Networking Solutions v3.0orIASNS - Implementing Cisco Advanced Storage Networking Solutions v3.0

Re:SAN training

by Guest » Sun Oct 31, 2010 2:45 pm


This course is being delivered in Germany and is in German. Aren't there any courses for SANs in the U.S or Canada and in English? Where can I get a list of courses?Thanks.

Re:SAN training

by Guest » Sun Oct 31, 2010 2:24 pm


The best thing to start with is storage networking fundamentals. http://tools.cisco.com/E-Learning-IT/LP ... _ID=4773If you find this helpful, please rate it.--Colin

SAN training

by Guest » Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:03 pm


Does Cisco provide training on configuring high availability director-class SANs? I can't find anything on cisco.com.How much does the training cost? Please post a URL on cisco.com if that's possible.Thanks.

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