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  1. [Hidden Content] 170 questions file - must be corrected
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    300-170 DCVAI

    Me too. I'm currently using the resources suggested on the cisco learning network board but I'd really like something more focused on the subject..
  3. It is the Proxy ITR you should really study the LISP topic, it is very easy and not so much to remember, instead of memorizing q&a
  4. For vPC be sure to know how it behaves in case of fault with or without auto recovery There is some FP, but I'd say it's very basic (F modules requirements, STP & FP and so on, sorry I don't remember the specific questions). There is also OTV, not very in depth (site-vlan, site-identifier, HSRP filtering) OSPF has the same lame question on MTU mismatch they put in every exam Very little to no ISIS Very little vxlan (in the 165 only) ACI (how to list the switches in the fabric, how to config ldap..) (in the 180 only) don't remember anything else, sorry I don't know how much accurate are the dumps, anyway I recommend you don't rely on them only to pass, because you won't! Have knowledge of the matter, and take your time to think about what the question is asking, don't just freak out if you don't know the topic.
  5. I've found the 300-165 to be easier than the tshoot one. It is also shorter. Of course the 300-180 covers a lot more of topics so it has been more stressful for me, since ucs and storage aren't my favourite areas. I'm lucky because i use aci on a daily basis but I've found the questions to be "not real world cases", at least for what is my aci knowledge and experience. I'd advise to take the tshoot exam last, I think it's best if you already covered the other topics by themselves. Overall I think the exams are in a range from medium to hard, of course there are also very easy questions in them. Hope this helps.
  6. some very basic checks on interfaces, licenses and the sort.
  7. Took the exam and luckily enough passed it. I can confirm there are no hotspots or labs or drag and drop questions. Questions cover most of the areas.. very few on routing protocols. Had like 10 questions on ACI (mostly controller related and 1 on rest calls) The rest is the usual UCS/FC/FCoE stuff. Good luck eveyone!
  8. fcoe simulator, very straightforward.
  9. Hi there, I've used the old 642-997 study guide plus www.ciscolive.com conferences videos on vxlan/evpn/mpbgp and fabricpath/vpc whitepapers & best practices docs on cisco.com website. For the vxlan topic there is a good book you can download for free, it's called Building a Modern Scalable Fabric, you can find it here: [Hidden Content] Hope this helps.
  10. So, finally took the 300-165 exam and passed it. The test stress very much on the vpc/vpc+ config and interaction w/ STP and the like. Drag and drop with STP port types 2 hot spots - vpc and fcoe very basic questions on vxlan and mpbgp fair amount of fcoe Not really much to worry about if you know the stuff. Good luck!
  11. Hi, I'll have to take this exam very soon. Could you please share what kind of ACI topics are covered? Also how much of computing and routing protocols questions are there? Anything useful? Any specific topic? Hot spot questions? Any simulator?
  12. So, finally took the 300-165 exam and passed it. The test stress very much on the vpc/vpc+ config and interaction w/ STP and the like. Drag and drop with STP port types 2 hot spots - vpc and fcoe very basic questions on vxlan and mpbgp fair amount of fcoe Not really much to worry about if you know the stuff. Good luck!
  13. Hi there, I'll take the 300-165 exam in a few days.. can you please share what kind of questions were new? Any heavily covered topic? how much vxlan and fabric path (or DFA) is on the exam? Thanks!
  14. Does your instructor have some hints to share? I'm basically giong throught the 642-997 (already passed that) curriculum and adding the VXLAN topic before attempting the exam. I don't really know what to expect...
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