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About 'Shawn Moore's IT Trek' Channel

A personal detailed view of a journey of acquiring IT certifications and career progression.

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Configuring Digit Manipulation

[...] with cleaning up and configuring some high availability scenarios between both my HQ and Branch site in case the WAN goes down. I also setup correct caller-id information over PSTN so [...]

Voice Lab Fully Functional

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Horrible Study Session

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Voice Lab Fully Functional

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