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  1. Please can some one share the CCIE Wireless Course By Khawar Butt ? Thanks and Best Regards
  2. I've used this free open source program made by a 'Bolorundurowb' to create a VCE-style quizzer. [Hidden Content] Download link: [Hidden Content] Anyway, I have made a 25Q file from a combination of the 100Q/164Q/Eng's original files and have attempted to clean up the English and verify/correct the answers as I go through them. I have commented where I'm not sure and provided documentation links. It would be great if people could test this file and let me know how they go. Some caveats I have noticed: 1) The program hates you going back to previous questions so don't do that or it will crash 2) The program may also dislike it when you do not select the appropriate number of options/answers and then proceed 3) At the end you seem to get a score but no explanation of which questions you may have failed - For this reason and the above I recommend doing this in sections and checking each answer 1 by 1 as you go through. I will probably split the rest into sections of 10Qs to avoid a crash affecting you badly. Download link for the 25Q File: [Hidden Content] If it is received well I will continue to create the rest of the Qs. It's certainly not perfect but is better than using a PDF in my opinion!
  3. iPexpert CCIE Wireless v3.1 Detailed Solutions Guide (DSG) (1 of 2) [Hidden Content]
  4. Hi Guys , Anyone got Lab4 .Let us discuss and crack this beast .
  5. Hi all, As you must know Cisco released a new version of all CCIE written exams adding the topics SDN, Cloud and IoT. It doesn´t matter what track you want to follow. You must study these technologies. So let´s help each other so all of us can get our objectives.
  6. iPexpert - CCIE Wireless Workbook v3.1a (Part 2 of 2) [Hidden Content]
  7. Hi.. I am wondering if someone can share initial configs for IPExpert CCIE wireless workbooks. Any support will be really appreciated!
  8. Does any body has either version 1 or 2 from Fastlane ? CCIE Wireless Workbook V 2.0 (CCIEW-WB)
  9. Like so many I was wondering if anyone has any good video's over the current CCIE Wireless? If not if you could recommend some? I am currently studying the Fast Lane workbooks and labing through a full mock lab (apart from the 6500 WISM's). Actually I am also looking for a good study partner if someone else is also planning to take the lab in the next 60-90 days? There is a lot of things in the workbook you don't see everyday or at least I haven't (like a ton of autonomous AP's). 99% of deployments I have lead in the last 10 years have been controller based. Anyway fun stuff, and ready to kick this labs ass. It's a shame that there are thousands in the R/S, Security forums but very few active members in the Wireless forums? Wireless is growing like crazy, and their will be more of a demand than ever for expert talent:) Thanks for your time in advance and good luck in your own endeavors.
  10. So I am sitting the CCIE Wireless lab in November for my first attempt with this. I am dedicated to passing on the first attempt, looking for one or two people who could bring value or a unique prospective to studying. I am using Fast Lane workbooks, and have access to a complete LAB. Want to have group study 2 nights a week, and several hours on the weekend every week until the lab. I am 1000% confident I can bring value to the group, and looking for a couple people that could also bring value to the group. Been trying since March to get this going, so it's getting down to the wire and ready to get rolling, bring in some unique perspectives. Also, if anyone recently passed the CCIE Wireless and would be willing to spend a few hours with us answering a couple questions I have, there's some gift cards with your name on it:)
  11. Lab Equipment and Software [/url] The lab exam requires a depth of understanding difficult to obtain without hands-on experience. Early in your preparation, you should arrange access to the equipment and the Cisco IOS Software versions indicated below. Lab Exam v2.0 - Lab Equipment and Software Lab Equipment 1 Cisco Wireless Access Points: - Cisco Aironet 1260 Series (Lightweight and Autonomous version) - Cisco Aironet 1040 Series - Cisco Aironet 3500 Series 2 Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers: - Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers 3 Mobility Services - Cisco 3300 Series Mobility Services Engine 4 Cisco Wireless Phones: - Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G 5 Cisco Catalyst Switches: - Cisco Catalyst 3560-E Series Switches - Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches - Cisco Catalyst 6500-E Series Switches 6 Cisco Secure Access Control Server for Windows (ACS) 7 Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS) Software Cisco Unified Wireless Network Software Release 7.0 Cisco Unified Wireless Network Software Release 7.0 for Cisco 5500 Series Wireless Controllers Cisco Aironet 1260 Series IOS Software Release 12.4 (25d)JA Cisco Catalyst 6500 SUP720/MSFCC3 IOS Software Release 12.2 SXI IP SERVICES feature set Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches IOS Software Release 12.2 SE LAN BASE feature set Cisco Catalyst 3560E Series Switches IOS Software Release 12.2 SE UNIVERSAL feature set Cisco Wireless Control System version 7.0 Cisco Secure ACS for Linux version 5.2 Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Release 3.0 Tools Cisco Spectrum Expert Wireshark WCS 7.0
  12. CCIE Wireless Lab Exam Topics v2.0 The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the lab exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice. Written and Lab Exams v2.0 Now Available: Candidates can prepare using the CCIE Wireless Written Exam Topics v2.0, and the Lab Exam Topics v2.0, For more information on how to prepare for the exams, please view the Written Exam Study/Learn or Lab Exam Study/Learn tabs. Exam Sections and Sub-task Objectives 1.00 Configure and Troubleshoot L2/L3 network infrastructure to support WLANs 1.01 Configure and troubleshoot wired infrastructure to support WLAN's (a) VLANs ( VTP © STP (d) Etherchannel (e) HSRP (f) VSS 1.02 Configure and troubleshoot network connectivity for (a) WLAN Clients ( Standalone WLCs © Integrated WLCs (d) Lightweight APs (e) Autonomous Aps 1.02 Configure and troubleshoot PoE for AP's 1.03 Configure and troubleshoot QoS on the switching infrastructure (a) classification ( end-to-end qos 1.04 Configure and troubleshoot Multicast on the switching infrastructure (a) static multicast routing ( PIM © igmp 1.05 Configure and troubleshoot basic IPv4 connectivity (a) Subnetting ( Static routing © basic OSPF (d) basic EIGRP 1.06 Configure and troubleshoot basic IPv6 connectivity (a) Subnetting ( Static routing 1.07 Configure and troubleshoot wired security (a) ACLs ( mac filtering / port-security 1.08 Implement client to connect/authenticate to SSIDs 2.00 Configure and Troublehoot Infrastructure Application Services 2.01 Configure and troubleshoot DNS, DHCP, NTP , SYSLOG, SNMP 2.02 Configure and troubleshoot AAA Server Infrastructure (a) client authentication ( management authentication © Basic PKI for dot1x and webauth 3.00 Configure and Troubleshoot Autonomous deployment model 3.01 Configuring and controlling management access 3.02 Configuring and Troubleshooting network services (a) NTP / sntp ( SYSLOG 3.03 Configuring and troubleshooting different modes and roles (a) Root ( WGB © Bridge 3.04 Configuring and troubleshooting SSID/MBSSID, including Bridging groups 3.05 Configuring and troubleshooting Security (a) L2 security policies ( association filters © MFP (d) peer to peer blocking (e) Local radius (f) dot1x profiles 3.06 Configuring and troubleshooting Radio Settings 3.07 Configuring and troubleshooting IGMP snooping 3.08 Configuring and troubleshooting QOS 3.09 Configuring and troubleshooting WDS (L2) 3.10 Upgrade Autonomous to Unified 4.00 Configure and Troubleshoot Unified deployment model 4.01 Configuring and controlling management access 4.02 Configuring and troubleshooting discovery mechanisms 4.03 Configuring and Troubleshooting network services (a) NTP ( SYSLOG © DHCP (d) DNS 4.04 Configuring and Troubleshooting Interface settings 4.05 Configuring and Troubleshooting unified AP (a) dot1x ( locally significant certificates © office extend (f) AP Modes (g) AP Authentication / authorization (h) High availability (i) Logging (j) local / global configuration 4.06 Configuring and Troubleshooting AP groups 4.07 Configuring and Troubleshooting WLANs (a) client exclusion ( load-balancing © band select (d) passive clients (e) DHCP policies (f) multicast VLAN (g) radio policies 4.08 Configuring and troubleshooting HREAP (a) local auth ( h-reap groups © h-reap local switching (d) address learning 4.09 Configuring and troubleshooting Radio Settings (a) client link ( power © channel settings (d) antenna selection (e) beaconing (f) data rates (g) channel bonding (h) Cleanair EDDRRM Interferer detection air qualilty 4.10 Implement RRM/ AutoRF (a) country selection ( CHD, DCA, TPC © RF groups (d) profiles 4.11 Implement Local DHCP services for clients 4.12 Configuring and troubleshooting Security settings (a) L2 security policies (802.11i, static dynamic WEP, mac filtering, etc..) ( AAA (WLC to Radius/LDAP) © local EAP authentication (against local user list, and external LDAP) (d) peer to peer blocking (e) L3 security policies (Webauth, pass-through) (f) WPS settings (IDS...) (g) ACL Interface/CPU/WLAN (h) NAC (i) MFP 4.13 Configuring and troubleshooting mobility (a) L2/L3 roaming ( multicast optimization © mobilty group scaling 4.14 Configuring and troubleshooting controller redundancy/fallback (APs and clients) 4.15 Configuring and troubleshooting Guest (a) wired ( wireless 4.16 Configuring and troubleshooting multicast 4.17 Configuring and troubleshooting QOS (a) BW profile metal ( EDCA © BW restrictions (d) per user BW roles 4.18 Configuring and troubleshooting Mesh (a) AP authorization ( BGN © Ethernet bridging (d) serial backhaul 5.00 Configure and Troubleshoot WCS 5.01 Configure and troubleshoot management access (a) AAA ( virtual domain 5.02 Configure and troubleshoot NTP 5.03 Perform basic Operations (a) Create and deploy templates, template groups ( Create a floor coverage proposal © Prepare the building/floor map (d) Implement controllers to WCS (e) high availability (f) AP placement (g) Mesh monitoring (h) voice audits and location readiness 5.04 Performing maintenance operations (a) backup / restore ( client troubleshooting © AP conversion (d) logging 5.05 Security management (a) audit configuration ( Rogue Detection, classification and management © Alerts (d) Alarms and Events (e) security index (f) IDS / WIPS (g) Service Levels 5.06 RF Management (a) RRM events ( Cleanair 5.07 Implement MSE (a) Configuring and troubleshooting management access ( Implement network services © Performing maintenance operations 6.00 Configure and Troubleshoot WLAN Services 6.01 Voice for autonomous deployments (a) RF Design considerations ( Implement the network infrastructure to support Voice over Wireless © General configuration settings (d) Security settings (e) CAC (f) Audit Voice deployments 6.02 Voice for unified deployments (a) RF Design considerations ( Implement the network infrastructure to support Voice over Wireless © General configuration settings (d) Security settings (e) CAC (f) Audit Voice deployments 6.03 Video (a) RF Design considerations ( Implement the network infrastructure to support Video over Wireless © General configuration settings (d) CAC 6.04 Context aware services (a) RF Design Considerations ( Location © Notifications
  13. CCIE Wireless Written Exam Topics v2.0 The comprehensive CCIE Wireless written exam (#350-050) has 90-100 multiple-choice questions and is two hours in duration. The topic areas listed are general guidelines for the type of content that is likely to appear on the exam. Please note, however, that other relevant or related topic areas may also appear. Exam Sections and Sub-task Objectives 1.00 Planning & Designing 802.11 Wireless Technologies 1.01 WLAN organizations and regulations 1.02 IEEE 802.11 Standards and Protocols 1.03 Wireless Security Concept & Protocols (a) L2/L3/L4 Traffic restrictions ( Management access restrictions © Layer 2/3 security (d) WPS, MFP, NAC 1.04 Plan & design Wireless solutions requirements (a)Translate customer requirements into services and design recommendations (b)Identify ambiguity and/or information gaps ©Evaluate interoperability of proposed technologies against deployed IP network infrastructure & technologies (d) Suggest deployment model 1.05 RF Planning (a) Define the tasks/goals for a preliminary site survey ( Conduct the site survey © Determine AP quantity, placement and antenna type (d) Draft an RF operational model that includes: (1) Radio resource management (Auto-RF, manual, hybrid, TPC and DCA) (2) Channel use (Radar, other non-WiFi interference) (3) Power level, overlap (e) Audit and optimize existing RF deployments (f) RF design for indoor and outdoor deployments 2.00 Configure and Troubleshoot L2/L3 network infrastructure to support WLANs 2.01 Configure and troubleshoot wired infrastructure to support WLAN's (a) VLANs ( VTP © STP (d) Etherchannel (e) HSRP (f) VSS 2.02 Network infrastructure capacity planning 2.03 Configure and troubleshoot network connectivity for : (a) WLAN Clients ( Standalone WLCs © Integrated WLCs (d) Lightweight APs (e) Autonomous Aps 2.04 Configure and troubleshoot PoE for AP's 2.05 Configure and troubleshoot QoS on the switching infrastructure 2.06 Configure and troubleshoot Multicast on the switching infrastructure 2.07 Configure and troubleshoot basic IPv4 connectivity (a) Subnetting ( Static routing © basic OSPF (d) basic EIGRP 2.08 Configure and troubleshoot basic IPv6 connectivity (a) Subnetting ( Static routing 2.09 Configure and troubleshoot wired security (a) ACLs ( dot1x, mac filtering 3.00 Configure and Troubleshoot Infrastructure Application Services 3.01 Configure and troubleshoot DNS, DHCP, NTP , SYSLOG, SNMP 3.02 Configure and troubleshoot AAA Server Infrastructure (a) client authentication ( management authentication © Basic PKI for dot1x and webauth 4.00 Configure and Troubleshoot Autonomous deployment model 4.01 Configuring and controlling management access 4.02 Configuring and Troubleshooting network services (a) NTP ( SYSLOG 4.03 Configuring and troubleshooting different modes and roles (a) Root ( WGB © Bridge 4.04 Configuring and troubleshooting SSID/MBSSID 4.05 Configuring and troubleshooting Security (a) L2 security policies ( association filters © MFP (d) peer to peer blocking (e) Local radius (f) dot1x profiles 4.06 Configuring and troubleshooting Radio Settings 4.07 Configuring and troubleshooting IGMP snooping 4.08 Configuring and troubleshooting QOS 4.09 Configuring and troubleshooting WDS (L2) 4.10 Upgrade Autonomous to Unified 5.00 Configure and Troubleshoot Unified deployment model 5.01 Configuring and controlling management access 5.02 Configuring and Troubleshooting network services (a) NTP ( SYSLOG © DHCP (d) DNS 5.03 Configuring and Troubleshooting Interface settings 5.04 Configuring and Troubleshooting Light Weight AP (a) dot1x ( locally significant certificates © office extend (f) AP Modes (g) AP Authentication / authorization (h) High availability (i) Logging (j) local / global configuration 5.05 Configuring and Troubleshooting AP groups 5.06 Configuring and Troubleshooting WLANs (a) client exclusion ( load-balancing © band select (d) passive clients (e) DHCP policies (f) multicast VLAN (g) radio policies 5.07 Configuring and troubleshooting HREAP (a) local auth ( h-reap groups © h-reap local switching (d) address learning 5.08 Configuring and troubleshooting Radio Settings (a) client link ( power © channel settings (d) antenna selection (e) beaconing (f) data rates (g) channel bonding (h) Cleanair EDDRRM Interferer detection air qualilty 5.09 Implement RRM/ AutoRF (a) country selection ( CHD, DCA, TPC © RF groups (d) profiles 5.10 Implement Local DHCP services for clients 5.11 Configuring and troubleshooting Security settings (a) L2 security policies (802.11i, static dynamic WEP, mac filtering, etc..) ( AAA (WLC to Radius/LDAP) © local EAP authentication (against local user list, and external LDAP) (d) peer to peer blocking (e) L3 security policies (Webauth, pass-through) (f) WPS settings (IDS...) (g) ACL Interface/CPU/WLAN (h) NAC (i) MFP 5.12 Configuring and troubleshooting mobility (a) L2/L3 roaming ( multicast optimization © mobilty group scaling (d) inter-release controller mobility groups 5.13 Configuring and troubleshooting controller redundancy/fallback (APs and clients) 5.14 Configuring and troubleshooting wired and wireless Guest 4.13 Configuring and troubleshooting multicast 5.15 Configuring and troubleshooting QOS (a) BW profile metal ( EDCA © BW restrictions (d) per user BW roles 5.16 Configuring and troubleshooting Mesh (a) AP authorization ( BGN © Ethernet bridging (d) serial backhaul 6.00 Configure and Troubleshoot WCS 6.01 Configure and troubleshoot management access (a) AAA ( virtual domain 6.02 Configure and troubleshoot NTP 6.03 Perform basic Operations (a) Create and deploy templates, template groups ( Create a floor coverage proposal © Prepare the building/floor map (d) Implement controllers to WCS (e) high availability (f) AP placement (g) understand license managing (h) Mesh monitoring (i) audits 6.04 Performing maintenance operations (a) backups ( WCS upgrade © WLC upgrade (d) MSE upgrade (e) client troubleshooting (f) AP conversion (g) logging 6.05 Security management (a) audit configuration ( Rogue Detection, classification and management © Alerts (d) Alarms and Events (e) security index (f) IDS / WIPS (g) RF Management RRM events Cleanair (h) Service levels 6.06 Implement MSE (a) Configuring and troubleshooting management access ( Implement network services © Performing maintenance operations 7.00 Configure and Troubleshoot WLAN Services 7.01 Understand Service characteristics, capabilities and limitations 7.02 Voice for autonomous deployments (a) RF Design considerations ( Implement the network infrastructure to support Voice over Wireless © General configuration settings (d) Security settings (e) CAC (f) Audit Voice deployments 7.03 Voice for unified deployments (a) RF Design considerations ( Implement the network infrastructure to support Voice over Wireless © General configuration settings (d) Security settings (e) CAC (f) Audit Voice deployments 7.04 Video (a) RF Design considerations ( Implement the network infrastructure to support Video over Wireless © General configuration settings (d) CAC 7.05 Context aware services (a) RF Design Considerations ( Location © Notifications
  14. Can someone please share? [Hidden Content]
  15. if anyone has the complete version 3 videos from IPX, PLEASE upload to complete the collection. This is exclusive and so rare it bleed. This completes the workbook collection which is 4 parts. iPexpert CCIE Wireless v3.1 Detailed Solutions Guide (DSG) (2 of 2) [Hidden Content]
  16. iPexpert - CCIE Wireless Workbook - Initial Configs I believe these are the initial configs for workbooks v1 and v2. I'm sorry, I was not able to get v3 initial configs. However, these are a great starting point. The topology is not that drastically different, and some easy changes to these configs is much faster than rewriting everything. Also contains reading repository and a few extras. Please don't complain. [Hidden Content]
  17. Yes. It's actually version 3. Get it while it's hot. This is the pain-stacking download of a site-ripper uploading everything to a premium site taking 8+ hours to download each of 50 chunks. This also appears to be the files from the group buy. True thanks goes to GB members and outcast for putting it together. I don't claim any of this, and will remove upon request. No mega, No torrent! Jdownloader. iPexpert - CCIE Wireless V3 Lab - VOD Their website is currently down, so I can't give you a table of contents! [hide][Hidden Content]]
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