Hope it went well for you!
I worked for a while at Cisco back in the mid-90's, implementing and testing a whole bunch of SNMP and CiscoWorks software... Had a whole lab, FULL of Cisco routers of all types. Had to make sure that each version of the OS got flashed to each correctly. Was kind of a neat gig, as far as it went.
The thing that I remember most, though, is that Cisco had an entire catering company that did nothing but serve food/drink to their (then) 7-building campus in Santa Clara. A bunch of the people I worked with would start lining up in hallways around lunch time, looking for the group that was having a "release party" or some other event that particular day (and there was one almost every day). And not only did Cisco cater the food, they also brought in alcohol, usually lots of designer beers (and wine coolers, which I never had much respect for). Then the rest of the day would be "lost time" for entire teams at Cisco....
But that was in the mid-90's, when the "internet boom" was making millionaires on a regular basis at Cisco. I think those times are gone now... Maybe for the better. I was just a short-time contractor, so I didn't see the huge stock benefits of the actual employees, and eventually drifted off to other pursuits that I found more interesting (if not as well-compensated).