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Let me start of by saying to all the people out there concerned about the lack of material for the new CCNP VOICE track, don’t be too alarmed. The current material used for CIPT1 6.0 should provide the knowledge to be successful on this exam as well. With that said, make sure that you check the exam topics to verify that you’re studying the correct areas.

The first main trouble spot will be the wording in questions. In my opinion, this has to be one of the worst exams Cisco has ever put together. I recommend that you read the question twice before even looking at the answer. This is a case where knowing the material forward and backward will help: you will probably see questions that are very similar to each other, and your knowledge of the subject will be what decides if you are successful.

The next area of concern will be dial plans and how digits are manipulated. If you can imagine it, then you will probably see it on your exam. The exam will likely involve determining how dialed numbers are handled by the components of the CUCM.

The third area to be aware of is the order of how things are configured. The exam might ask you what steps are needed to configure certain aspects of the Cisco Unified Communication Manager, Dial-peers or Gateways. There will most definitely be a few drag-and-drop questions in there somewhere.

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