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Congratulation buddy, what did you get in TSHOOT and DIAG and when did you take your exam?

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TS1, Diag H3... but it doesn't matter. Could be anything.

From my experience and recent feedbacks only H1+,H2(slightly modified), H3(slightly modified) configurations appear.

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TS1, Diag H3... but it doesn't matter. Could be anything.

From my experience and recent feedbacks only H1+,H2(slightly modified), H3(slightly modified) configurations appear.

 

What do you mean silightly modified?

Did u see something new? please update and give us your feedback.

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TS1, Diag H3... but it doesn't matter. Could be anything.

From my experience and recent feedbacks only H1+,H2(slightly modified), H3(slightly modified) configurations appear.

 

What modification do you mean???

 

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Finally passed. Thanks all!

Got H2. Nothing surprising.

 

Hi @Szurax, Which material did you use? Spoto or C4C?

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@bruvas Both. Spoto is more accurate, but c4c vm is a must

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Check other feedbacks:

H2 - remove old bgp in jacobs core and use 65001, snooping task

H3 - diff int names, simulate pvst, nat pool r14-15, ipsec

 

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And from hardest to easiest: H3, H2, H1

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I needed much more time for H3 than for others.

TS - do 1-2 times with understanding of topology and which commanda to use to solve tickets faster and thats it.

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hey guys, quick question with H2 Section 1.2, it mentioned SW3 must be root for all VLANS and SW4 is backup. Why is SPOTO/C4C showing

"SW3(config)# spanning-tree vlan 1-1005 root priority 0". Shouldn't it be VLAN 1-4094 since SW3 must be root for ALL VLANs?

 

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They ask for future normal range vlans. Addidionally they will tell you clearly about 1-1005

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If you think about it, the switch is using vtp version 2, so you can not create extended range vlans. That is how I understand it.

 

hey guys, quick question with H2 Section 1.2, it mentioned SW3 must be root for all VLANS and SW4 is backup. Why is SPOTO/C4C showing

"SW3(config)# spanning-tree vlan 1-1005 root priority 0". Shouldn't it be VLAN 1-4094 since SW3 must be root for ALL VLANs?

 

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>"SW3(config)# spanning-tree vlan 1-1005 root priority 0". Shouldn't it be VLAN 1-4094 since SW3 must be root for ALL VLANs?

VTP version is ?

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>"SW3(config)# spanning-tree vlan 1-1005 root priority 0". Shouldn't it be VLAN 1-4094 since SW3 must be root for ALL VLANs?

VTP version is ?

>"SW3(config)# spanning-tree vlan 1-1005 root priority 0". Shouldn't it be VLAN 1-4094 since SW3 must be root for ALL VLANs?

VTP version is ?

 

VTP version 2

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