About How to Network
Jeff Doyle - CCIE 1919
||We are proud to have Jeff Doyle as a
contributor to the site. Jeff is an internationally famous Cisco author
Specializing in IP routing protocols, MPLS, and IPv6, Jeff Doyle has
designed or assisted in the design of large-scale IP service provider
networks throughout North America, Europe, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and
the People's Republic of China. Jeff is the author of CCIE Professional
Development: Routing TCP/IP, Volumes I and II; OSPF and IS-IS: Choosing
an IGP for Large-Scale Networks; and is an editor and contributing
author of Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference.
presented numerous corporate seminars, and has spoken at NANOG, JANOG,
APRICOT, IEEE/OWRA, QUESTnet, and IPv6 Forum conferences worldwide.
You can reach Jeff for any consulting projects via jdoyle at
doyleassociates dot net
Farai Tafa - CCIE 14811
||Farai is a dual CCIE in Routing/Switching
and Service Provider. He also holds CCVP, CCNA, JNCIA, CCSA among
He works for one of the worlds largest telecoms providers in
Dallas Texas where he is considered a leading expert in network
architecture, design and implementation. He has worked for some of the
best and biggest companies in the world including Cisco Systems and
Farai is currently helping to develop the CCNP content as well as
several e-books available on the site including 101 CCNA Labs. You will
also find him answering questions on the forum so please visit there and
post your questions.
Farai travels all over the world on business but lives in Dallas with
How to Network was created by Paul Browning back in 2003.
worked as a police officer in the UK from 1989 to 2000 and then left to
pursue a career in the IT industry. He started out on a helpdesk
doing basic desktop support. He studied hard and passed his CCNA
and MCSE and was quickly offered a role working at Cisco TAC in the UK.
Paul worked there for two years until it was moved out to India.
By this time Paul had passed his CCNP and CCIE written exams.
Frustrated by the poor quality of most CCNA books and courses Paul began work
on CCNA Simplifed - Your Complete Guide to passing the CCNA exam which took three
years to write and was finished in 2005. CCNA Simplified has helped
hundreds of people pass their CCNA exam and more importantly go onto enjoy a
successful career in the IT industry.
People can join from only $29.97 monthly and all members receive over $500 in
free Cisco study tools and software.
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