Everything that has a begining has an end.
It's over. It's finally over. I still can't believe it.
This morning I received the result of my CCIE lab that I took yesterday in Brussels and it's showing that I passed.
I made it. I finally passed CCIE Security. I can't believe it.
According to Cisco, as per January 1 2006 there are only around 700 guys who have passed more than 1 CCIE lab all around the world. There are less than 600 CCIE security. Only 400 who have CCIE in Routing & Switching and Security track. Most probably I'm the only double CCIE in Middle East.
This makes me feel good. Makes me feel really good! O yeah!
For couple of hours, I was totally uncontrolled. I was really happy.
Jumping around on my bed. I went to nice restaurant and ordered expensive food. I walked around Brussels city even it's 0 degree temperature.
Then, it's time for the classic question: what's next?
Double CCIE is good, but it's not enough.
I know I will never have any chance to setup complex network technology. Not as long as I stay with my current job.
So the only time I can deploy all the fancy stuff is when I learn CCIE.
This means next stop will be CCIE Service Provider.
Fortunately I still can use my current equipments.
But for now I need to sell some of them to get my financial status back into balance again.
So.. pix firewall, anyone?