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Hello,

 

SP v4.1 Lab is more about technologies now and less about typing. If you preparing for the exam Nick Russo book is still more then enough. I would recommend you to spend more time practising different scenarios from this book. The only part is missing there - few mVPN profiles with partitioned MDT(as far as I remember).

 

Not sure if Segment Routing was added during last change or earlier, but it is now a part of the lab exam. Groups and templates good to know, but I didn't have any useful tasks for this, in 4.0 there was a task with configuration of ~10-12 peers for inter-as, this time task was much simpler, reconfiguration of few adj. One strange thing for me - tasks where you can check only control plane(mVPN/L2VPNs).

 

Almost everything from blue print could be there, so spend enough time on the technologies from part 4 and 5, I think people usually underestimate these parts. Best plan if you want to become a CCIE is still in this post https://certcollection.org/forum/topic/307988-ccie-spv4-lab-pass-my-complete-study-guide/.

 

I've failed and not the first time, but right now exam is much better and fair.

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Big advice!

 

I´m too in the SP lab route

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Thanks for the sharing lhawks, do you remember if the actual topo is big enough as the two previuos ones ?

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Thanks for the sharing lhawks, do you remember if the actual topo is big enough as the two previuos ones ?

 

It is a bit bigger, but similar to previous one, but it's not an issue, in most cases you need to perform config on 1-2 devices. Even for inter AS is was like this.

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Are cfg , ts similar v4.0 ?

 

TS is similar, topology is different from what have been on this web site. Cfg is easier topology similar.

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Thank you for sharing with us.

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