The Twelve Days of Cisco

(Come on! You all know the song...sing along with me)

On the first day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me A router in a juniper tree.
On the second day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the third day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the fourth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the fifth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the sixth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the seventh day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Seven CCIEs a-passing, Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the eighth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Eight WAPs a-scanning, Seven CCIEs a-passing, Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the ninth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Nine TAC cases, Eight WAPs a-scanning, Seven CCIEs a-passing, Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the tenth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Ten bugs a-crashing, Nine TAC cases, Eight WAPs a-scanning, Seven CCIEs a-passing, Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the eleventh day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Eleven ASAs protecting, Ten bugs a-crashing, Nine TAC cases, Eight WAPs a-scanning, Seven CCIEs a-passing, Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.
On the twelfth day of Christmas, my sales rep sent to me Twelve IOS versions, Eleven ASAs protecting, Ten bugs a-crashing, Nine TAC cases, Eight WAPs a-scanning, Seven CCIEs a-passing, Six IP Phones, Five Telepresence Systems, Four line cards, Three stacked switches, Two redundant supervisors, And a router in a juniper tree.

Merry Christmas All!

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