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We have only 8 months, after that i think no more H2 or H3. Let's discuss any solid strategy or plan for H3 lab.

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I think we should create a whatsapp / skype group to discuss the lab solution. Because we have time till January 2020....

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You should not only focus on the H3. Many persons get H1/1+ H2/2+ on your first attempt.

 

I got H3 and still did not pass even though outputs matched so I suspect I changed some pre config that I was not supposed to.

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You should not only focus on the H3. Many persons get H1/1+ H2/2+ on your first attempt.

 

I got H3 and still did not pass even though outputs matched so I suspect I changed some pre config that I was not supposed to.

 

Could you provide your exam feedback please?

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You should not only focus on the H3. Many persons get H1/1+ H2/2+ on your first attempt.

 

I got H3 and still did not pass even though outputs matched so I suspect I changed some pre config that I was not supposed to.

 

Please share which pre config you changed to get the same output. Thanks.

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Studying strategy: 90% of H3 and the rest others variations.

For H3, this is my ordering guide: If you like, take it.

GROUP 1 (Section 1.2, 1.3, 1.1, 1.4 & 3.4) --> LAYER 2 & L2LVPN

GROUP 2 (Section 4.1, 4.2 & 5.1, 5.2, 5.4) --> INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES

GROUP 3 (Section 2.1, 2.3) --> OSPF HQ & LARGE OFFICE

GROUP 4 (Section 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 5.3, 2.9) --> ROUTING DC#1

GROUP 5 (Section 3.1, 3.2, 3.3) --> MPLS, DMVPN

GROUP 6 (Section 2.6, 2.7, 2.8) --> ROUTING POLICIES & EBGP

GROUP 7 (Section 2.10, 2.11) --> MULTICAST

 

Use these commands to expedite proccess:

do clear ip bgp * so

do clear ip route *

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What order of configuration tasks did you follow on config. section?

 

I´m using the strategy that one friend passed last month. I´m doing per AS, starting AS 65001/02/03/04....

Starting on L2 for each AS

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Question, where are you guys obtaining these lab/topologies/configurations from? I have INE and Narbiks material, but appears that you guys are using some other source (Spoto?). Where can I find these configurations/solutions for Diag/TShoot etc...

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I would suggest a real serious Skype group for discussing a lab topologies and solutions.

Is there someone who agree with me?

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H3 is definitely the hardest of all 5 (h1,h1+,h2 and h2+)

It is because of the way it is supossed to be done.

 

I'm doing:

 

LAN (Dot1q, etherchannel, stp)

Infrastructure services (HSRP and IPv6 addressing, not routing)

PPPoE at R71

OSPF on HQ and Remote sites

OSPF at DC1

IBGP configurations

eBGP configurations

MPLS/L3VPN

Internet Access (NAT and PBR VRF)

Lan2Lan IPSEC (to get the 10.7.0.0/16 summary)

Routing Policies and Routing Tunning

IPV6 OSPF

Multicast

Services (SNMP, QoS, Ipv6 Raguard)

 

In the end all 5 scenarios are about the same thing:

 

LAN and PPPoE First

If there is any HSRP configuration, do it first (although H2+/H2 HSRP is bugged because of CEF and DHCP snooping)

If there is any DMVPN which needs a small BGP requirement or neighborship, do it first, so you can run OSPF on it

Don't do any BGP or L3 VPN routing policy without finishing the main Core (IGP+IBGP+EBGP+MPLS+VPNV4)

Do Internet access (Nat and public prefixes)

Don't do any IPV6 without doing Routing policies

Multicast always at the end of L3 services at all

 

Do services, which doens't really relate to anything

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Do you guys know what is the latest H3 CFG version from Spoto? Is there anything newer after v1.9?

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