> Sorry 'bout the OT'ness but...
>> Does anyone know of a certified (as in qualified - I don't need a lunatic)
> Network Consultant - someone who would be able to certify that a network is
> working correctly? Or if not - where could I look for such a person?
Any of the 'Network VARs' should have a senior body that could do it for you.
I presume because of the way you've phrased the question - you're having
network problems / software problems and someone has told you that
'it is not our fault, the network is broken'... in which case you probably
want something more formal than the combined (albeit excellent) advice of ilug
What about wandering over to the computer center and asking them - there were
a few damn good techies there when I was in UCC (but that was a while ago :)
Unless of course they are the people who told you it was your network that
was broken :)
If you give us more details of what constitutes 'working correctly' and
what the network is comprised of we can be of more help - if it's a
cisco based network - then you'll want cisco certified people (CCNP / CCIE)...
if it's based on horse drawn carriages then you'll need a farrier... :)
>> Thomas B. Quillinan
> Centre for Unified Computing (http://www.cuc.ucc.ie)
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