About This Blog

My Name is Daniel Hertzberg, I am a network Engineer, hockey player and car enthusiast.


Professional Certifications

642-802 – Cisco Certified Network Associate – Passed 9/22/07

642-902 Implementing ROUTE – Passed 12/22/2009

642-813 Implementing Switching – Passed 3/8/2011

642-832 Troubleshooting Cisco IP networks – Passed 3/11/11

JN0-101 – JNCIA-JUNOS – Passed 7/23/11

350-001 – CCIE Written Exam 9/11/2011

CCIP – Cisco Certified Industry Professional 3/1/2012

CCIE#37401 – Cisco Certified Industry Expert 10-5-2012

VCP5 – VMware certified professional 5-1-2013

VCA-DCV – VMware certified Associated DC virtualization 10-1-2013

350-029 – CCIE Service provider Written 12-19-2013

CCIE Service Provider – 3/28/2014

JNCIS-SP – Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist Service Provider – 4/10/2014

VCP-NV 610 – VMware certified Professional Network Virtualization – November 27th 2014

VCIX-NV – VMware certified implementation expert September 15th 2015

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  • TimC  On September 21, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    Hope you find things to write about!

    • Adam  On November 21, 2010 at 8:25 am

      Hi Daniel,

      Good work, will keep an eye on your blog, I’m doing something similar at http://www.cisco-revision.com. Will put up a link on there for you 🙂

      How is the CCNP coming along?

      • danielhertzberg  On November 21, 2010 at 9:36 pm

        Hey thanks Adam, CCNP is going, Route is scheduled for Next monday…

        Looking at your revision notes you are heading in the same Path as myself with ROUTE, good luck.

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