Certified ISP Engineer program announcement

In reply to your message of Mon, 19 Feb 1996 10:51:33 MST:

Dave (doleary@cisco.com) sez:

If you send me $2500 and proof that you know what you are doing, and
you have at least 5 years experience as an ISP, then I'll send you
a nice certificate that says you are a certified ISP.

What's wrong with the current method?:

  1) Purchase 1 or more routers (your choice of mfgr., model, config)
  2) Establish peering at one or more NAPs/MAEs with more than 10 peers
    including at least two backbone providers
  3) If at the end of six months you
    a) still have the same set of initial peers
    b) have received one or more requests for peering which you
      have accepted

  4) Then you are a CIE. :slight_smile:

:wink: :wink: :wink:


                          Paul "Corwin" Frommeyer
        Work Internet Engineer, CCIE Play
ISP Systems Engineer (non-certified :wink: Network Sorcerer At Large
Cisco Systems, Inc. Paul's Fone Company
pfrommey@cisco.com corwin@palas.com
      *** Speaking solely for myself unless otherwise noted ***