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[CCIE-RS] Actual Facts on 3rd CFG

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Hello,

 

[updated : 09th of December 2017]

[updated : 03th of December 2017]

[updated : 11th of November 2017]

New great feedback from Spamatrix which clarified some things.

I did an overall update + new EVE-NG accurate lab with the important preconfigs (such as dyn crypto map, bba-group, etc.)

 

[updated : 5th of November 2017]

Narpak & SummerSunny gave us actual facts on the exam.

The latter was pretty precise (You'll find a compilation of those at the end of this post. You can also check the original posts here :

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Now I've prepared an EVE-NG lab thanks to the informations given.

(I'm not even preparing the CCIE, I'm just doing this to help AND it's given for free, so don't be too picky or rude (yeah, some guys were already rude, that's why I'm writing this), thanks in advance...)

 

 

 

Don't forget to share your startup-configs/solutions/etc and help each other !

 

Questions we know so far as of 11th of November 2017 :

 

 

 

Enjoy your labbing ~

 

 

@Workbook Vendors :

Feel free to take this if you want BUT don't forget to thank the great CC community when you'll sell this stuff.

 

 

 

Guys, its a while since I was hit by this lab, but I noted something worthy of a comment appearing on:

page 2:

Layer 2 :

- VTP turned off

 

and page 15 feedback: "solution which we have it, it's not correct specailly for L2 as i didnt get full marks for L2". <<<<<

 

Fact is that VTP was only disabled for DC, and there were specific instructions to configure VTP for the Offices (unless mine was an other variation). Its a little while and I cannot remember the details, but it was usual vtp config with Server/Client setup. The instructions were easy to follow.

Maybe recent takers can confirm any details they can recollect to make an update possible.

Thank you guys for all the good volunteering you do to benefit others!!

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Guys, its a while since I was hit by this lab, but I noted something worthy of a comment appearing on:

page 2:

Layer 2 :

- VTP turned off

 

and page 15 feedback: "solution which we have it, it's not correct specailly for L2 as i didnt get full marks for L2". <<<<<

 

Fact is that VTP was only disabled for DC, and there were specific instructions to configure VTP for the Offices (unless mine was an other variation). Its a little while and I cannot remember the details, but it was usual vtp config with Server/Client setup. The instructions were easy to follow.

Maybe recent takers can confirm any details they can recollect to make an update possible.

Thank you guys for all the good volunteering you do to benefit others!!

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Can you share your experience about MPLS section ( output ) + Routing polices ?

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Can you share your experience about MPLS section ( output ) + Routing polices ?

 

Currently nothing fresh to add more than what is already in this discussion.

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Currently nothing fresh to add more than what is already in this discussion.

 

How did you manage to solve the routing policy questions ?

And match the MPLS output

 

I mean I’m stuck for traffic from medium to large office as it’s violating the R41 policy ( if packet went from R51 to R40 )

 

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Fact is that VTP was only disabled for DC, and there were specific instructions to configure VTP for the Offices (unless mine was an other variation). Its a little while and I cannot remember the details, but it was usual vtp config with Server/Client setup. The instructions were easy to follow.

Oh, interesting, thanks !

 

Did someone else noticed this requirement ?

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Nope.... there's no vtp configuration required in H3.... there's no SVI confifuration required in H3 and there's no vlan configuration required in H3...

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Nope.... there's no vtp configuration required in H3.... there's no SVI confifuration required in H3 and there's no vlan configuration required in H3...

 

VTP mode off in all switches doesn’t harm

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How did you manage to solve the routing policy questions ?

And match the MPLS output

 

I mean I’m stuck for traffic from medium to large office as it’s violating the R41 policy ( if packet went from R51 to R40 )

 

R40

 

route-map PREPEND permi 10

set as-path prepend 65004 65004

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R40

 

route-map PREPEND permi 10

set as-path prepend 65004 65004

 

You will violate R4 output in mpls : section 3.1

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What specific mpls output requirement in 3.1 are you referring to?

65004 needs to be prepended once only, it's shown in "sho bgp vpnv4..." on all PE routers.

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65004 needs to be prepended once only, it's shown in "sho bgp vpnv4..." on all PE routers.

 

but we have to fullfill two requirements in BGP table in mpls that are Network and next-hop.

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