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MUM in Australia. Would you come?

Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:02 am

We are thinking about next places to go to, how about Australia in April? Please vote only if you would actually be able to attend, not just "love the idea" :)
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:12 am

I would defiantly go! But you should do it in New Zealand, would work out cheaper for you guys haha.

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Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:25 am

It should be held in Brisbane
 
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 12:59 pm

Yep. Brisbane would be nice.
 
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 1:04 pm

I'll come and I'll even do a presentation !

Sydney or Brisbane would be great.
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Re: MUM in Australia. Would you come?

Thu Oct 07, 2010 1:04 pm

What about Byron Bay? It's not far from Brisbane
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 1:18 pm

I would come for sure!
should come visit Tasmania while your in the country Normis :)
 
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Thu Oct 07, 2010 1:37 pm

I'd come even paying out of my own pocket, Happy to do some presentation's around v6 and MPLS in production setups
 
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Anywhere apart from Perth or Broom would be great ;)
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:04 am

Sydney
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:17 am

Count me in....If you coming that far across the planet you will want to see sydney :)
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 6:32 am

Yes we would come, and at least 20 others I know from New Zealand.
 
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Dale, it will be good to meet you !


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Fri Oct 08, 2010 7:41 am

If Brisbane then yes from me.
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 9:18 am

Yes for sure our gang from PortMoresby would be there also. Brisbane suits our skin shade and love of 30degree heat so that would get our vote for location.
 
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Re: MUM in Australia. Would you come?

Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:35 am

Australia = Dry, snakes and spiders lol
New Zealand = green with no snakes and the spiders dont kill you :-)

You should really ask the question NZ or Aus ?

I guess it is closer Europe
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 11:17 am

Brisbane or Sydney would be fine by me.
 
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Re: MUM in Australia. Would you come?

Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:02 pm

What about Byron Bay? It's not far from Brisbane
It's difficult for people from other capitals apart from Brisbane to commute to Byron.
It's about 2.5 hours driving distance from Brisbane.
Australia = Dry, snakes and spiders lol
New Zealand = green with no snakes and the spiders dont kill you :-)

You should really ask the question NZ or Aus ?

I guess it is closer Europe
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I would certainly go; prefer Brisbane but can do Sydney.
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:44 pm

Interesting that Byron Bay would be suggested, that'd suit us fine !!! We've built a wireless network with 40 + AP's and hundreds of rural clients all situated on the north coast, our office is in Byron Bay.

That being said we'd be more than happy to travel anywhere in Australia or New Zealand for a MUM.

New Zealand is a great country !! Im sure most others would agree.
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:00 pm

Do Auckland, New Zealand, its a tourist destination, no snakes :P
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:06 pm

snakes and spiders in conference rooms? niiice :D
 
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Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:53 pm

if the guy from aus zoo brings his crocs i will come!
 
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Sat Oct 09, 2010 12:30 am

Brisbane for sure :) Put me down.
 
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Sat Oct 09, 2010 2:20 am

I'll go as long as it's not too hot like Scottsdale. And this time I'll fly. :)

What is the weather like there in April?

I've been to Sydney twice in the past. For those traveling from the US mainland, Hawaii makes a nice stop-over to break up the trip. Last time I did that (18 years ago), we were allowed a three day layover with no penalty.

Either NZ or AUS are fine with me.

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Sat Oct 09, 2010 4:27 am

Yeah i reckon we'd come along :) Anywhere in Aussie suits us - NZ would be better tho :P
 
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Sun Oct 10, 2010 2:14 am

as for me no problem i come , but i need invitation from the MUM presentation , hehehe that would be great
 
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Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:07 am

I'll be there too - looking forward to meeting fellow Mikrotik enthusiasts! ;-)
 
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Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:49 am

A big yes, will be there for sure, Brisbane or Byron Bay will be good..
 
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Mon Oct 11, 2010 3:48 pm

Just thought I'd throw in a question: Should this event (if it goes ahead!) be called "MUM Australia" or "MUM ANZ"?

Perhaps we could alternate every couple of years or so between an AU and NZ city?

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Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:52 am

Don't really care where it's held, I'd certainly be attending.

Having it in Sydney would mean that we can send 4 techs to the conference.
 
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Tue Oct 12, 2010 5:38 am

Just thought I'd throw in a question: Should this event (if it goes ahead!) be called "MUM Australia" or "MUM ANZ"?

Perhaps we could alternate every couple of years or so between an AU and NZ city?

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Couple of years? Its taken then 5? years to get down here once!
 
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Couple of years? Its taken then 5? years to get down here once!
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To be fair, it takes some effort from the users ('us') to show enough interest to kick things off ;-)

Don't forget that even though support for Mikrotik product is growing in our region, we are still small compared to other countries. The more people we can encourage to support a first MUM in Australia, the more likley it will become a regular event! :-)

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Tue Oct 12, 2010 9:23 am

my vote is for New Zealand :)
 
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Re: MUM in Australia. Would you come?

Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:43 am

How about Novotel Twin Waters at the Sunshine Coast (QLD)
http://www.twinwatersresort.com.au

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Hamilton Island Resort on the Great Barrier Reef
http://www.hamiltonisland.com.au

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Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast
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Gold Coast Exhibition Centre
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All are within 30km of a major Australian airport.

Can you guess that I'm voting for Queensland. But to tell you the truth I would go anywhere in Oz or NZ.
 
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Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:32 pm

Would definitely come if in Australia, New Zealand, or Indonesia (in English).
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Fri Oct 15, 2010 3:25 am

I'd love for it to be on the Sunshine Coast or Brisbane :D
 
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If you guys did do AU, when would it be hosted? It sounds like a crazy flight, but I've got Australia on the bucket list!
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Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:33 am

If you guys did do AU, when would it be hosted? It sounds like a crazy flight, but I've got Australia on the bucket list!
April (if we decide to do it).
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At least 2 techs from our company will attend, either Brisbane or Sydney would be best.
 
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Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:54 am

Id be there... as long as I can catch a flight to the city where it is located that is(Bris, Syd, Melb, Canberra, Adelaide... not to sure about Byron Bay).
 
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If you guys did do AU, when would it be hosted? It sounds like a crazy flight, but I've got Australia on the bucket list!
you're right - the long haul from west coast USA to eastcoast AU is a killer (18 hours nonstop from Melbourne to LA!) but it's much more pleasant (and often cheaper) if you break it up by taking a domestic USA flight to Honolulu and then there are some discount AU airlines that do the run between Hawaii and one of the eastern AU capitals. :-)

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If you guys did do AU, when would it be hosted? It sounds like a crazy flight, but I've got Australia on the bucket list!
you're right - the long haul from west coast USA to eastcoast AU is a killer (18 hours nonstop from Melbourne to LA!) but it's much more pleasant (and often cheaper) if you break it up by taking a domestic USA flight to Honolulu and then there are some discount AU airlines that do the run between Hawaii and one of the eastern AU capitals. :-)

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This seems like it might be a week long undertaking...:)
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Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:08 am

I would defiantly go! But you should do it in New Zealand, would work out cheaper for you guys haha.

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Would go to Sydney for this
 
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Dawin, Northern Territory?
 
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If you want a MUM in Australia, you need to find more friends and get them to vote here :)
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Yes will keep it on my calendar. But would be beter in a capital city, Australia isn't served very well to regional centres by air, for convenience.
 
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Woo MUM Australia... ill be there.
 
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Another vote for Brisbane - i'd be there
 
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OZ sounds good, NZ sounds better :)

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Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:27 am

Count me in if it is South East Queensland.
 
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Count me in. I live in Brisbane so that's fantastic.
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Thu Oct 21, 2010 8:07 am

Count me and 4 other ppl in, but mabye not brisbane, as we live there too and a nice "business trip" is always good
 
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Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:39 am

New Zealand, Queenstown. I'll give everyone Internet Access. :-)

Or, Aussie, but if it has to be Aussie, then Melbourne. I'd be a definately, maybe 2.
 
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Thu Oct 21, 2010 12:57 pm

I'm a definate starter - I vote for Byron Bay
 
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Thu Oct 21, 2010 4:27 pm

We would love it if you came to Australia, especially Brisbane. I know at least 6 other tech's using mikrotik who would be there if held in Brisbane.
 
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If you want a MUM in Australia, you need to find more friends and get them to vote here :)
MT need to keep in mind that the cost of attending down here is quite high compared to operators attending say a EU or USA MUM. Flights alone booked today are $380USD and accommodation $80-120USD a night is to be expected so to count on a 4 day trip your looking at $700USD-$860USD for flights and somewhere to stay. Compare this with flying from UK to Prague and flights alone are only $180USD.

Its not going to be cheap for us to attend and you may not pack out a 200seat hall but MT has neglected Oceania for some time and there is a fair few users down here, Remeber AU and NZ is only 25.6 million people and the UK alone has 61 million
 
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Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:03 am

yeah thats fair enough, but also understand its the same costs, probably more for us to travel to the US, or more again to europe for a MUM, which is very prohibitive for alot of people here who want 2-3 people to go.

I think europe and the america's have had their fair share of MUM's recently.

The last one we were able to attend was in Singapore which was like 4 years ago now. Whilst there have been a few in asia the cost to attend is still quite high.
 
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Yeah that's true but I was trying to make MT aware that it would be very costly for us to attend a AU MUM and they may not get the levels of attendance they are used to in EU/US
 
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Bryron Bay preferred. I'd make it to Brisbane.
 
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If you want a MUM in Australia, you need to find more friends and get them to vote here :)
MT need to keep in mind that the cost of attending down here is quite high compared to operators attending say a EU or USA MUM. Flights alone booked today are $380USD and accommodation $80-120USD a night is to be expected so to count on a 4 day trip your looking at $700USD-$860USD for flights and somewhere to stay. Compare this with flying from UK to Prague and flights alone are only $180USD.

Its not going to be cheap for us to attend and you may not pack out a 200seat hall but MT has neglected Oceania for some time and there is a fair few users down here, Remeber AU and NZ is only 25.6 million people and the UK alone has 61 million
Using this population logic, to an outsider it looks like Sydney would be the natural choice. It is the largest city at 3.6 million. It seems to be the most common Airport destination from outside OZ. It is within reasonable driving distance of three other large populated cities... Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide. Also close to Newcastle and Canberra. The only large city left out is Perth but I am guessing that there are reasonable flights between the two cities.

New Zealand looks to be straight across the Tasman Sea from Sydney so I am betting it has a reasonable choice for flights.

I don't know what how lodging and resorts compare in Sydney but I am guessing they are plentiful.

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for sure,,,I'll be there - Perth,,great pubs and beaches,,,Did some other training over there and loved it....
 
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If you want a MUM in Australia, you need to find more friends and get them to vote here :)
MT need to keep in mind that the cost of attending down here is quite high compared to operators attending say a EU or USA MUM. Flights alone booked today are $380USD and accommodation $80-120USD a night is to be expected so to count on a 4 day trip your looking at $700USD-$860USD for flights and somewhere to stay. Compare this with flying from UK to Prague and flights alone are only $180USD.

Its not going to be cheap for us to attend and you may not pack out a 200seat hall but MT has neglected Oceania for some time and there is a fair few users down here, Remeber AU and NZ is only 25.6 million people and the UK alone has 61 million
Using this population logic, to an outsider it looks like Sydney would be the natural choice. It is the largest city at 3.6 million. It seems to be the most common Airport destination from outside OZ. It is within reasonable driving distance of three other large populated cities... Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide. Also close to Newcastle and Canberra. The only large city left out is Perth but I am guessing that there are reasonable flights between the two cities.

New Zealand looks to be straight across the Tasman Sea from Sydney so I am betting it has a reasonable choice for flights.

I don't know what how lodging and resorts compare in Sydney but I am guessing they are plentiful.

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Brisbane, Gold Coast or Byron Bay preferred, but love Sydney.

FYI - LA to Brisbane direct is 13.5 Hours

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(Damn.. I should frequent the forums more often, and not just when I have a problem. )

Would definitely attend MUM in Australia. Am in QLD, but anywhere should be fine.
 
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I would definitely turn up. :) Would prefer Brisbane before Sydney, but just want one in AU to go to. :)
 
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Sun Nov 28, 2010 3:28 am

Definitely!

And I'd LOVE to speak :P

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Sydney for sure!!!
 
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Travel will be a challenge but I would certainly consider coming
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Fri Dec 10, 2010 11:44 pm

Yes! Finally somewhere around the corner ;-) Will be there! Preference Sydney. Still 18 hours travel ;-o


BTW: what about Auckland, New Zealand? Surely having cheaper accommodation and NZ is a nice place to visit anyway...

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Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:39 am

I will definately come, Brisbane would be best. The more notice the better and keep it away from the Easter Break.

Plus if you do another one in Singapore we would send someone to that and the associated training too.
 
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We would have 3 to 4 techs come if it were in Brisbane, and possibly 2 if it were in Sydney. We also have a dozen clients that may send someone, particularly if it were in Brisbane.
 
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We will have MUM in Brisbane in April 15. Information will be posted shortly.
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Hi Normis,

Will there be training before the MUM ? I want to get more certs!
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Damn, was hoping for MTCRE at a minimum :(
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Damn, was hoping for MTCRE at a minimum :(
If there is enough interest...
I am sure a plan can be made
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Does anyone else want to do MTCRE ?

I am ultra keen to knock it off the list.
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We have committed to OZ-MUM. April 15th is our US tax day so this will be a good escape.

I am looking forward to the show. I'll be the guy in the roc-noc T-Shirt. Stop by and say hello.

We have some free MUM vouchers available for the asking. Free L4 license and free food.

You must attend to receive the goodies.

Send an email to tom at roc-noc.com with your request and I'll be happy to pass them on.

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We have committed to OZ-MUM. April 15th is our US tax day so this will be a good escape.

I am looking forward to the show. I'll be the guy in the roc-noc T-Shirt. Stop by and say hello.

We have some free MUM vouchers available for the asking. Free L4 license and free food.

You must attend to receive the goodies.

Send an email to tom at roc-noc.com with your request and I'll be happy to pass them on.

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Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:07 pm

Does anyone else want to do MTCRE ?

I am ultra keen to knock it off the list.
Would be but dont have the prerequisite sadly.

I assume your heading over for the MUM?
So am i by the looks of it :)

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Hi Justin,

MT should change the pre-requisite to "MTCNA or relevant experience".... There are a lot of people who MTCNA would be a waste of time for, but would find MTCRE useful.

Yes, i'm going, it sounds like there is going to be a decent Kiwi contingent there.
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Hi Justin,

MT should change the pre-requisite to "MTCNA or relevant experience".... There are a lot of people who MTCNA would be a waste of time for, but would find MTCRE useful.

Yes, i'm going, it sounds like there is going to be a decent Kiwi contingent there.
I have seen many RouterOS "experts" who can't pass the MTCNA test, but are running large RouterOS networks. You would be surprised what interesting things you can learn in MTCNA
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Tue Mar 01, 2011 7:54 am

@Normis, I'm in Perth Australia and although I would love to attend the Brisbane MUM I doubt I will be able to make it(opposite side of the Country).
Are there any online courses I can do for the MTCNA?
 
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@Normis, I'm in Perth Australia and although I would love to attend the Brisbane MUM I doubt I will be able to make it(opposite side of the Country).
Are there any online courses I can do for the MTCNA?
we don't offer online courses, sorry.

but just so you know, there will be people from USA and Europe coming to the MUM :) The training will be lead by David from South Africa.
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Hi Justin,

MT should change the pre-requisite to "MTCNA or relevant experience".... There are a lot of people who MTCNA would be a waste of time for, but would find MTCRE useful.
I don't necessarily agree here. I think people mistakenly think the MTCNA is a "basic" course. It is the baseline MikroTik course, that is true, but is by no means a basic course. I have had many experienced users come on the course just to get the certification, but inevitably afterwards they tell me that it was very interesting and they learnt a lot of new information. (I considered myself one of those with "not much to learn", and I was surprised at the amount of information delivered in what I considered a basic course)

The course is about more than just knowledge transfer, it is a chance to mix with your peers and a great opportunity to try out the features that you may have read about but never had time to deploy in the field.

I have trained many hundreds of delegates and never once has someone come back to me to say that they have not learned anything new or that it was a waste of time. In addition most who come on the more advanced courses without doing MTCNA struggle to catch up to the rest of the class.
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@Normis, I'm in Perth Australia and although I would love to attend the Brisbane MUM I doubt I will be able to make it(opposite side of the Country).
Are there any online courses I can do for the MTCNA?
we don't offer online courses, sorry.

but just so you know, there will be people from USA and Europe coming to the MUM :) The training will be lead by David from South Africa.
I promise you wont regret flying across... I am looking at 23 hours worth of flying myself!
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Let's hope you don't regret it yourself :) So, let's all go to the MUM! Where are all the Aussies? There is not so much activity on this thread. We need to make this the biggest event of the region. Come on!
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Where is everyone who voted in the poll above? Why haven't you registered yet :) ?

click here:

http://mum.mikrotik.com/register.php?section=27
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I wasnt trying to put down the MTCNA.

I did it at the Dallas MUM and found it was excellent, it filled in a lot of product specific knowledge gaps. I find after the course, a lot of the "why have Mikrotik done it this way" now makes sense.

I was just pointing out, there are a large number of people who have been using RouterOS for a very long time, that would get more value out of the MTCRE than the MTCNA.
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Wed Mar 02, 2011 1:58 pm

Normis,

I, for one, have already registered for MUM and MTCNA training in Brisbane.

Hope to be able to recoup my investment with knowledge from training by David Savage.

:D

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I just registered. I am looking forward to a a few days of vacation and relaxation on the Gold Coast and topping off the week at Brisbane MUM on Friday.

See you all there. Stop by our table to say hello and pick up a free roc-noc T-Shirt.

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I found MTCNA excellent, also additionally the feedback from the trainers of all the other questions you need answers on is invaluable. I have opted to go to Jakarta and do some traffic control training (even though the Gold Coast is great this time of year).
 
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5 of us from our workplace coming along :-)
 
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make sure that you register on the mum webpage, so we get correct statistics on who is coming! we need to reserve shirts, food etc.
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How many we got coming so far?
 
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Around 150 have registered, which is very good for a first MUM in the region. Please spread the word so we can gather more people, and make this event a great one!
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Yikes! Good news for your guys bad news for anyone who hasn't publicly spoken in front of that many people before (Me!)
 
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I am so looking forward to this :-)
 
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Around 150 have registered, which is very good for a first MUM in the region. Please spread the word so we can gather more people, and make this event a great one!
Awesome! We are leaving tomorrow. Look forward to seeing you all there.

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Looking forward to it, training has been quite interesting so far (as well as the discussions in between :-D).
 
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Lol I havnt even had time to think about the MUM even though I fly out tomorrow.

Now I'm excited, look forward to meeting everyone.
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Same here, 4am start to get over tho is going to be a killer
 
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MUM Australia 2011 is now history. It was awesome meeting everyone. A big thanks to Duxtel (www.duxtel.com.au) for your incredible generosity and hospitality. Thanks Mikrotik as always.

You aussie guys complaining about travel times are a bunch of wimps. :)

I am leaving for the Airport in a few minutes. Should be back home in about 26 hours.

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So what did you think of our city?

It was great to put names to faces on Friday, Much was learnt!

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Great city, Very friendly. The event was awesome, I managed to fine tune some of my MPLS skills and designs and the feedback I got from my v6 talk was great - It seems to have made many people there look at how they are going to deploy it and push forward with it
 
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Yes, I really enjoyed it too.

Thanks for the IPv6 presentation, there were many good points covered that I have not seen anywhere else. Your slide explaining the IPv6 prefixes was excellent.
The presentation by Dainen on their WISP was really interesting too.

I look forward to the next event.
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Thank you all for contributing, I think the presentations were excellent. It was great meeting you all. Let's make the next one even better ;) How about Sydney in 2013?

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How about Melbourne 2012 :P If you guys timed it right with the next SE Asia one you wouldn't be stuck with 26 hour flights home :)
 
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Hi All,

the MUM was definitely a big success by my assessment! I had a great time meeting and talking to everyone, and even learned a few new things :-)

Sydney 2013 sounds pretty good to me - an even in Melbourne means commuting every day! :-D

But really, anywhere in Australia or NZ - I'll be there!

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IPv6 presentation, there were many good points covered that I have not seen anywhere else. Your slide explaining the IPv6 prefixes was excellent.
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There wasn't much to see on the slides, Check out the video when it's online :)
 
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There wasn't much to see on the slides, Check out the video when it's online :)
But still, please send us the PDF. We will add it next to the video.
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