Useful resources for Cisco networking engineers

In celebration of the upcoming Labor Day weekend here in the United States, we're taking a leaf out of

our colleague Microsoft Subnet's book and giving you some great resources from our stable of Cisco expert bloggers for you busy Cisco networking engineers.

* Michael Morris' Cisco bookmarks: The useful Cisco URLs that Michael has amassed over the years - many of them you won't find easily on your own. 

* Wendell Odom's CCNP Lab Series: Find links to Wendell's entire series on how to build a CCNP lab.

* Wendell Odom's CCNA Lab Series: Find links to Wendell's popular series on building a CCNA lab.

* How to build iPhone profiles for Cisco VPN: Jamey Heary explains how you can distribute iPhone settings to your users via e-mail or the Web.

* Top 5 most valuable skills for security pre-sales engineers: Jamey Heary gives the low-down on what it takes to be a pre-sales engineer.

* Jeff Doyle's JUNOS tutorial: Follow Jeff's series on navigating Juniper's networking platform. Ongoing series

* Dennis Hartmann's Cisco Unified Call Manager call routing series: Dennis delves deep into Cisco's unified communications platform. Ongoing series.

* Cisco Subnet's Top 20 Cisco Press books: Books that you should read.

* 20 useful sites for Cisco networking professionals: Sites and blogs created and maintained by engineers like you.

Feel free to share your useful links here.

Have a peaceful and restful weekend!

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