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  1. Hi Team, Any one planning soon for the exam in upcoming days ? 1st or 2nd quarter or 2017 ? Any ongoing study groups so that we start studies and share information. Please PM me or comment here. Thank you !
  2. Hi all, I am preparing for CCIE DC lab and looking for option of Rental labs. Just need feedback from you people who have used following vendors for preparation for DC Lab v1 (current topology) 1- IPExpert 2- dot1q 3-ccierack.rentals Looking forward for your comments. Regards, Sohail
  3. CCIE Routing & Switching V5- VPN workbook By sikandar shaik CCIEx2( RS/SP)[hide] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
  4. Dears, now as most o us know, there are 2 typologies of each section, CNFG, TSH, Diag (we name it old and new) as you know Cisco will release new topology someday (as it is used to), When do you think this day will be? When do you think the 3rd lab will be released? is it an important question? Yes, as you have to book your exam in the safe period, to be the 1st one in this topic, i think next release will be in Dec-2016 What do you think? Experts, please share with us, your point of view.
  5. 10 JULY 2015. Passed today on my second attempt. Big thanks to my study buddy, bin, who took heart and still guided me along even after he passed 1.5 months ago. And also big thanks to all the wonderful people who shared their experiences on CC. Couldn't have done it without you all. Time to give back. TS1: SRV and PC already have IP. vlan 12 missing in trunk. TS2: wrong username and password in R17 TS3: R1 only has one path via R21. R22 and R5 missing OSPF neighbourship. unpassive interface of R22 TS4: add metric weight. deny 145.14.14.14 in R12 distribute-list TS5: all ok except 134.21.21.21. 134.21.21.21 needs to go thru R4 instead of multipath. Adjusted MED on R4 to make it happen. Also needed to "no ip cef" and then turn it back(after 2mins?) on again on R6 so it R4 appears first in multipath. TS6: wrong network statement in R25. TS7: R15 - missing next-hop-self,split-horizon, ip nh red. R19 ACL need enable ping and DM neighbourship. need to "no ip domain timeout 1" somewhere so traceroute shows capital letters instead of small letters, forgot where, probably SRV102. TS8: R7 and R8 missing originate-default in 123. TS9: wrong crypto key on R7. missing "ip nh red"; "ip nh sh" TS10: R23 missing ip dns server, ip domain-lo -------------------- DIAG1: "sh ip int b" shows user interface as down/down. under interface config shows mac address explicitly. ANS 1: SW3, sh ip int b ANS 2: SW3, ask user for mac DIAG 2: under R15 eigrp there is "redistribute connected" ANS 1: problem device = R15 ANS 2: sol = exclude NBMA from being advertised in EIGRP (something like that) DIAG 3: messy stuff. left 9 minutes left after drawing out traffic flow. no time analyse the Drag and Drop. ANS 1: analysed picked 5 "relevant" options hastily. Total need 8 though. not sure if any points for partial correct. ANS 2: URPF caused by assymtric routing --------------------- CONF ------ SW1, SW2 = VTP transparent SW3, SW4 = VTP server and client, mac add aging 10800 MST R1 ospf max-metric router-lsa remember the router-id for all BGP, OSPF and MPLS. failsafe, i just made sure i have router-id all in whatever BGP, OSPF, MPLS and OSPFv3 instances. BGP 12345 - no bgp default ipv4 BGP 34567 - no bgp default ipv4 BGP 45678 - normal BGP mode all spoke routers = normal BGP mode EIGRP 34567 - normal mode EIGRP 45678 - named with highest encryption + key chain, i configured same also for DMVPN on R17,R18,R19 R6 - 3 colour BGP links only R7 - 3 colour BGP links only R17,R18,R19 VRF DMVPN R16,R17,R18,R19 - do not advertise anything to AS router, accept only default-route OSPFv3 IPV6 - dont forget to advertise the loopbacks on SW3 and SW4 for NTP later. Multicast - enable pim sparse on all transit interfaces in 45678 and R18,R19 e0/0. no net flow NTP configured - missing password authentication at the end R12,R13,R14,R18,R19 must reach one another via e0/0. ping each e0/0 source from e0/0. some helpful time savers ------------ 123.0.0.0 0.255.255.255 for all OSPF and EIGRP network statements. user notepad to generate config for R2 and R3 BGP VRF neighbors. you need only slight changes. more than 1 year of marathon and mugging at home on weekends/evenings...The cisco email came after 40mins i clicked the "END SESSION". I thought i failed. The seconds that took to open the link in my email seemed like a long time. I saw "PASSED", tears welled in my eyes. YOU CAN DO IT TOO!
  6. 10 JULY 2015. Passed today on my second attempt. Big thanks to my study buddy, bin, who took heart and still guided me along even after he passed 1.5 months ago. And also big thanks to all the wonderful people who shared their experiences on CC. Couldn't have done it without you all. Time to give back. TS1: SRV and PC already have IP. vlan 12 missing in trunk. TS2: wrong username and password in R17 TS3: R1 only has one path via R21. R22 and R5 missing OSPF neighbourship. unpassive interface of R22 TS4: add metric weight. deny 145.14.14.14 in R12 distribute-list TS5: all ok except 134.21.21.21. 134.21.21.21 needs to go thru R4 instead of multipath. Adjusted MED on R4 to make it happen. Also needed to "no ip cef" and then turn it back(after 2mins?) on again on R6 so it R4 appears first in multipath. TS6: wrong network statement in R25. TS7: R15 - missing next-hop-self,split-horizon, ip nh red. R19 ACL need enable ping and DM neighbourship. need to "no ip domain timeout 1" somewhere so traceroute shows capital letters instead of small letters, forgot where, probably SRV102. TS8: R7 and R8 missing originate-default in 123. TS9: wrong crypto key on R7. missing "ip nh red"; "ip nh sh" TS10: R23 missing ip dns server, ip domain-lo -------------------- DIAG1: "sh ip int b" shows user interface as down/down. under interface config shows mac address explicitly. ANS 1: SW3, sh ip int b ANS 2: SW3, ask user for mac DIAG 2: under R15 eigrp there is "redistribute connected" ANS 1: problem device = R15 ANS 2: sol = exclude NBMA from being advertised in EIGRP (something like that) DIAG 3: messy stuff. left 9 minutes left after drawing out traffic flow. no time analyse the Drag and Drop. ANS 1: analysed picked 5 "relevant" options hastily. Total need 8 though. not sure if any points for partial correct. ANS 2: URPF caused by assymtric routing --------------------- CONF ------ SW1, SW2 = VTP transparent SW3, SW4 = VTP server and client, mac add aging 10800 MST R1 ospf max-metric router-lsa remember the router-id for all BGP, OSPF and MPLS. failsafe, i just made sure i have router-id all in whatever BGP, OSPF, MPLS and OSPFv3 instances. BGP 12345 - no bgp default ipv4 BGP 34567 - no bgp default ipv4 BGP 45678 - normal BGP mode all spoke routers = normal BGP mode EIGRP 34567 - normal mode EIGRP 45678 - named with highest encryption + key chain, i configured same also for DMVPN on R17,R18,R19 R6 - 3 colour BGP links only R7 - 3 colour BGP links only R17,R18,R19 VRF DMVPN R16,R17,R18,R19 - do not advertise anything to AS router, accept only default-route OSPFv3 IPV6 - dont forget to advertise the loopbacks on SW3 and SW4 for NTP later. Multicast - enable pim sparse on all transit interfaces in 45678 and R18,R19 e0/0. no net flow NTP configured - missing password authentication at the end R12,R13,R14,R18,R19 must reach one another via e0/0. ping each e0/0 source from e0/0. some helpful time savers ------------ 123.0.0.0 0.255.255.255 for all OSPF and EIGRP network statements. user notepad to generate config for R2 and R3 BGP VRF neighbors. you need only slight changes. more than 1 year of marathon and mugging at home on weekends/evenings...The cisco email came after 40mins i clicked the "END SESSION". I thought i failed. The seconds that took to open the link in my email seemed like a long time. I saw "PASSED", tears welled in my eyes. YOU CAN DO IT TOO!
  7. Cisco have just added new seats , go grab it before it is too late.
  8. Hi all... After years of experience and lots of studies, i come here to say that unfortunatelly i failed in my first attempt!! Over the last 8 months i decided to really focus in the exam itself, and start labing using INE and IPEX stuffs. Then i found this forum, and had the chance to know what i would really see in the exam, but that didnt help much ! For TS i think i got a mix of V4 and V3++, and what i can say is... You might now the technology that you will see, but the Faults injected are NOT the same.. NO WAY ! I failed the TS session because of 3 / 4 tickets i believe.... It is hard and the time runs fast! For the config part, i went pretty well(i passed). But i need to check what exactly was the K... cause it looks like it was K6, but some things were different, as i had Private vlan and Zb FW.... It sucks to fail in troubleshooting, cause this is all i do in my professional career My tips is... know very very well about the technologis that you can see in the troubleshooting session, and how you can be screwed up, or you will certainly fail ! i will rest now and will schedule my second attempt for June or Jul ... good luck to all
  9. Gents.... Can anyone confirm this topology I recieved. Is it old or new or and old one being brought back. I have no clue. Just thought I would share. DL
  10. Ok Gents...... Section 2 - Layer 3 technologies 2.1 – Implement IPv4 OSPF OSPF updates should be advertised only out of the interfaces that are indicated in the topology diagram. Use your rack number as the OSPF process id. Do not manipulate or change the router id. Do not create additional OSPF areas. Configure OSPF Area 2 such that there are no type 5 link-state advertisements (LSAs) in the area. R1 should generate a default route. Configure OSPF over frame relay between R1 and R2 choosing a network type that requires designated router (dr) and backup designated router (bdr) negotiations and the fastest recover times. Ok, so 2 - 4 is obvious, don't make changes. Now 1 is tricky. Need some feedback on this. I configure OSPF under the repsected interfaces, not under the routing process. If anyone disagree, please explain why. Because configuring under the interface ONLY provides advertisements out those interfaces, no others, therefore making all other ports passive. I have a feeling I lost points on this. 5: R1: router ospf 101 area 2 nssa default-information originate R2: area 2 nssa for 6: R1/R2: int s0/0.12 ip ospf network broadcast **But I failed to read the last part requesting the fastest recover times.** I would have done: R1/R2: int s0/0.12 ip ospf dead-interval min hello-multiplier 20 Just goes to show you: 'You must pay attention' DL
  11. Lab 3 is active in Bangalore with some new updates please be careful
  12. These are some TS2 new issues i have seen. Please post if you have encountered any new issue in TS2. Updated 23/6/2018 [Hidden Content] Please post below if you have been reported with any new TS2 faults.
  13. Hi CCIE Gurus, Is it possible to copy configs during TS section onto notepad and use them later during config section? In particular to CCIE Security Lab, Can I copy VPN configs from TS and use it later for configs? Thanks, JS
  14. Hi friends, I want to make CCIE home lab. I am looking for routers and switches on ebay. I have alot of confusion regarding the specs of them. LIKE, as mentioned in the INE rack specs: 3560 should have AdvIPServices installed,but i not able to find any C3560-24TS-E with that IMAGE installed.(all of them are with IPServices image) 3550 shoud have IPServices installed, but i am not getting any ws-3550-24-emi with IPServices. (all of them are with Cisco IOS Release 12.1EA). I need your help in that regard ?
  15. yesterday i passed the ccie sp lab exem v3.2
  16. Gents.... Can anyone validate the thread below? I came across it and want to know if it's 100% or not. Thanks! I'm back on the horse and ready to ride again. [Hidden Content] DL
  17. Gents.... Ok, I had a few problems when taking the last lab last week. I got K4 and there was some issues,concerns, and problems I had. I'm assuming all of them could have been avoided IF I configured the devices correctly. But at some poinit during the exam, I got a mental block and could figure why somethings weren't working. So here we go: Under Section 2.2 – Implement IPv4 EIGRP On R3, redistribute from eigrp 100 into eigrp yy. However three network, 198.2.1.0/24, 198.2.3.0/24 and 198.2.5.0/24 should be aggregated into a single address with the most specific mask possible. I interpret this as to allow ONLY odd routes, not as the routes 198.2.1.0 - 198.2.5.0. So i did ip address-summary eigrp 101 198.2.1.0 255.255.249.0 On R1, redistribute between ospf and eigrp yy. However, all of the routes that are indicated below from BB3 (eigrp 100) should not be redistributed between both protocols. Ospf metric-type should be set to 2. Use route maps to accomplish this requirement. All route-maps should utilize the same access lists. Here I did a route-map on R3 that tagged the routes coming from BB3 (say 123), when they got to R1 I used another route-map that DENY the when matched to tag 123 (and allow everything else). I redistributed accordingly, but I don't think it worked. Plus it also said to use an access-list (????) R3: router eigrp yy auto-summary network yy.yy.15.254 0.0.0.0 redistribute eigrp 100 metric 10000 100 255 1 1500 route-map TAG router eigrp 100 auto-summary network 150.3.yy.1 0.0.0.0 router ospf yy redistribute eigrp 100 subnets tag 123 route-map TAG permit 10 set tag 123 R1: router eigrp yy auto-summary network yy.yy.15.249 0.0.0.0 redistribute ospf yy metric 10000 100 255 1 1500 route-map TAG router ospf yy redistribute eigrp yy subnets route-map TAG route-map TAG deny 10 match tag 123 route-map TAG permit 20 ========================================================= Under 2.3 – Implement RIP Version 2 I had a BIG problem! Configure RIP version 2 (RIP v2) per the IGP topology diagram. When I configured RIP on SW4...it killed my EIGRP neighbor relationship with R5! Why??? I spent minutes trying to figure this out. The relationship would come up...then down...up and down. I thought it was a hardware issue but after the exam, the protoctor said is was a configuration issue. Does anyone know what configuration was needed or had to be removed? Before this step, EIGRP was configured correctly, all EIGRP neighbors was up and not active. But once I put RIP (v2) on SW4 EIGRP died. Mutually redistribute between RIP and ospf of R2 and SW4, R4 learned routes should be preferred via EIGRP. RIP cannot use the no auto-summary and you should not receive RIPv1 packets. RIP and EIGRP cannot turn off auto-summary, this cannot affect ospf routing. Put the default route 0.0.0.0/0 into rip on R2. When R2 redistributes ospf and puts a default route 0.0.0.0/0 into rip, SW4 must filter the route into eigrp. If you do not filter it will cause a loop. I drew a mental blank on this one. How could I have EIGRP be preferred over OSPF? I tagged the routes when EIGRP was redistributed into RIP with a metric of 1 (and also tagged with 90) and OSPF redistributed into RIP with a metric of 12 (and tagged with 110) .... On SW4 when RIP was redistributed in EIGRP I denyed routes tagged with 110 (and allowed all others)....but R4 still preferred R2 over SW4? Should I have used something else???? =========================================== Under 2.5 – Implement IPv4 BGP The bgp devices should all prefer the path through R5 (150.1.yy.254) for network 197.68.21.0/24 and 197.68.22.0/24. The ibgp devices should all prefer the path through SW2 (150.2.yy.254) for network 197.68.1.0/24, 197.68.4.0/24 and 197.68.5.0/24. This manipulation should be accomplished only on one router using route maps that refer to a single access list. I didn't know which router to do this on so I choose R5. R5 access-list 10 permit 197.68.21.0 0.0.0.255 access-list 10 permit 197.68.22.0 0.0.0.255 route-map PREFER permit 10 match ip address 10 set local preference 200 route-map PREFER permit 20 Anything wrong here???? R5 and the direct link between ebgp and SW21 should be redistributed to the IGP. I had no clue on this. It didn't make sense to me. Help on this one.
  18. K4 LAB 1.1 – Errors in the initial config: 1. SW2 vtp domain name is ccieroutingandswitching and the others are ccieroutingandswitchingYY. SW2: change vtp domain to ccieroutingandswitchingYY 2. SW2 password hash did match with SW1 SW2: change vtp password to cisco and may have to change the domain name and switch it back to ccieroutingandswitchingYY 3. On SW2 f0/10 is configured as “switchport backup f0/4”, this command will cause the interface f0/4 down. SW2: interface fastethernet0/10 no switchport backup f0/4 This was pretty much straight forward. Question: What if you kept the domain name as ccieroutingandswitching? Would that be wrong??? 1.2 – Troubleshoot Layer 2 Switching A few faults have been injected into the pre-configurations just described. These issues may impede a working solution for certain portions of this lab exam and affect any lab exam sections. You must verify that all of your configurations work as expected. If something is not working as expected then you must fix the underlying problem. Points will be awarded for solving each problem. However, if you fail to solve a particular problem and the injected fault prevents you from having working solutions in this lab, then you will lose points for the faults and the scenario that is not working. Under R1, R3, R5 : I didn’t see peer neighbor-route. 1.3 – Implement the access-switch ports of switched network Configure the appropriate nontrunking access ports on sw1, sw2 and sw3 according to the following requirements: Configure the VLANS for the access switch ports as shown in the vlan tables. Including the ports to BB1, BB2 and BB3. Ok, I didn’t have to configure the vlans, it was already there. The BB’s vlans was in the correct ports (SW1 – SW3 Fa0/10) Configure trunk between sw2 f0/2 and r2 g0/1. I configured SW2 – F0/2 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport mode nonegotiate switchport mode trunk switchport trunk allowed vlan 22,24 R2 int G0/1.22 encapsulation dot1q 22 ip address YY.YY.15.33 255.255.255.224 Int G0/1.24 encapsulation dot1q 24 ip address YY.YY.15.129 255.255.255.224 This was straight forward Make sure that the spanning tree enters the forwarding state immediately only for the access switch ports by passing the listening and learning states. Ok, this one is a bit confusing. Because it said ONLY for the access ports. So do we configure ‘spanning-tree portfast’ under each access port OR globally? I did it under the access ports for all switches. Other posting here did it globally…Which is right? Which one are they looking for? Avoid transmitting bridge protocol data units (BPDUs) on these access switch ports. If a BPDU is received on any of these ports, the ports should transition back to the listening, learning and forwarding states. I configured: SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4 Spanning-tree porfast bpdufilter default Add any special layer 2 commands that are required on the routers, including trunk configuration. Did this on R2 and created the SVI per the diagram. SW1 should be the root for all vlans and for any new vlan. I configured: SW1 spanning-tree vlan 1-4094 root primary ; this should be sufficient or should it be priority 0? BB devices must not be in the path to the root bridge. I configured: SW1 – SW3: int f0/10 spanning-tree guard root 1.4 – Implement frame relay Use the following requirements to configure R1 and R2 for frame relay and R4 as the frame relay switch: Use ANSI LMI on frame relay switch and auto-sensing on R1 and R2. Don’t use any static frame relay maps or inverse address resolution protocol. Use RFC 1490/RFC 2427 (IETF) encapsulation. Use the data-link connection identifier DLCI assignments from the table below: Frame Relay DLCI assignments Router DLCI assignments R1 frame-relay interface 100 R2 frame-relay interface 200 I Configured: R4: frame-switching interface s0/0 encapsulation frame-relay ietf frame-relay intf-type DCE clock rate 64000 frame-relay lmi-type ansi frame-relay route 100 interface s0/1 200 no ip address no shutdown interface s0/1 encapsulation frame-relay ietf frame-relay intf-type DCE clock rate 64000 frame-relay lmi-type ansi frame-relay route 200 interface s0/0 100 no ip address no shutdown R1: interface s0/0 encapsulation frame-relay ietf no frame-relay inverse-arp no arp frame-relay no ip address no shutdown interface s0/0.100 point-to-point ip address yy.yy.15.242 255.255.255.252 no shutdown frame-relay interface-dlci 100 ietf **Question is the ietf needed here? I configured it but want to know** R2: interface s0/0 encapsulation frame-relay ietf no frame-relay inverse-arp no arp frame-relay no ip address no shutdown interface s0/0.200 point-to-point ip address yy.yy.15.241 255.255.255.252 no shutdown frame-relay interface-dlci 200 ietf **I forgot to add the ietf back when I added ‘class’ under it for traffic shaping…not good** 1.5 – Traffic control protection from the backbones Configure traffic control on the three backbone lines, protecting your network from a broadcast storm. This protection should begin once broadcast traffic is half (50%) available bandwidth. The port should remain functioning during this time. I configured: SW1 – SW3: int f0/10 storm-control broadcast level 50 1.6 – Trunking manipulations Configure the trunk ports between sw1, sw2, sw3 and sw4 according to the following requirements: Disable DTP on the six distribution ports for each switch. Ensure that all vlans on the dot1q trunk are tagged, including the native vlan. Set the list of allowed vlans that can receive and send traffic on these interfaces in particular, allow all vlans. I configured: SW1 – SW4: int range f0/19 – 24 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport mode nonegotiate switchport mode trunk switchport trunk allowed vlan 2,3,11,13,15,22,24,44,45 Ensure the line to the backbone are able to read unidirectional link failures. I just realized I actually didn’t see this on the exam. I might have misread/skipped over it in my haste and nervousness. But I knew the answer. Amateur mistake… Just goes to show you: ‘take your time and read!!!’ Ensure the interface that are connected to the backbone cannot become the root switch I configured: SW1 – SW3: int f0/10 spanning-tree guard root Is there anything I forgot to do? I lost points here… I know now I forgot the UDLD under the BB links, but what else???
  19. Gents... Here is my TS experience: Ok, I was nervous even before entering the lab area. Then he explained some of the rule, lunch time, break room, bathroom, etc. I sat down at my station and logged in. First off, seeing that topology scared the crap out of me! I mean I saw it on the PCL’s but, in front of me like that..WOW! OK for the TS: Gents, for forgive me as I cannot remember ALL of the question I got. What I’m giving is in random order and may not reflect the order PCL has…. I believe I got TS 4+ because there was a question on switches having MST. Any assistance on the correct solution will be GREAT!!! Q. R14 cannot telnet to R8 fix problem (R14 is connected to SW2 and R8 is connected to SW1) I was confused on this one. I believe I added vlan 114 and 810 to the trunk link between SW1 & SW2. The topology kind of threw me off as to what was connected to what. But I got it work. Q. R20 200.20.20.20 cannot ping host 192.168.20.1 in RIP Now according to the PCL, R24 Route-ID is the same as R26. However, on the exam R24 Router-ID was correct, so I didn’t change it. I removed the ‘ip ospf network point to point’ from under R25. (OK) There was an ACL under R21. I removed it completely. (OK) After this I was able to ping 192.168.20.1 Q. All PE routers cannot see loopback 0 address of other PE from the next-hop in BGP table. Fix the problem so that the BGP neighbor relationship is restored. I changed the weight under R3 address-family ipv4: no neighbor 10.1.1.1 weight 1 [*]Changed the network mask under R3 address-family ipv4: No network 10.1.1.3 mask 255.255.255.128 Network 10.1.1.3 mask 255.255.255.255 Q. R20 host 171.2.2.2 in VPN Site-A2 cannot ping R8 171.1.1.1. Fix the problem so that the packets can be 100% success. On R20 the network 171.2.2.2 0.0.0.0 area 0 was already there under the OSPF process On R8 the network 171.1.1.1 0.0.0.0 area 0 was already there under the OSPF process On R1/R2 : neighbor 10.1.1.5 route-reflector-client was already there under BGP process [*]I configured: R4/R5 mpls label protocol ldp [*]I didn’t do anything more. Don’t know if I got this right. Came back at the end but ran out on time on this one. Q. On R27, interface Ethernet 0/0 was shutdown by someone. Fix the problem so EEM can be triggered with “no shutdown” action The syslog pattern was wrong [*]The action statements were wrong and changed: Action 1.0 cli command “enable” Action 2.0 cli command “configure terminal” Action 3.0 cli command “interface e0/0” ; I redone this for consistency Action 4.0 cli command “no shut” I tested this one and got it to work. Q. R12 cannot ping R7 loopback 0 with TOS 128, Fix this problem I believe I removed the access-group for R7 – E0/1 [*]On R9, the interface to R7 already had the service policy there. Didn’t change I remember getting this to ping successfully Q. Telnet traffic from R20 to host 10.1.1.28 (R28-loopback 0) should be translated with the Ethernet IP address of R22 as NAT source address. HTTP traffic from R20 to host 10.1.1.28 (R22 – loopback 100) should be translated with the looback ip address of R22 as NAT source address fix the problem so that it can meet (and it show the output of R22#show ip nat translations) On R22, they had on access-list NET_N: [*]On R22 they had on access-list NET_WWW: Permit tcp 172.16.0.0 any eq www [*]I removed from R22 int loopback 0: ip nat outside I issued the sh ip nat translations and saw nothing. I have no idea on this one. I pinged from R20 and telnetted from R20 and saw nothing when I issued the sh ip nat translations on R22. I left this for the end and got didn’t finish it. Any ideas??? Q. R8 cannot ping R4 loopback 0 in IPv6. Cannot enable ipv6 unicast-routing on R8 I was able to solve this. Everything I thought of was in place. I didn’t see an access-list on R5. Under R8 – E0/2, the ipv6 address autoconfig default command was there. Got stumped on this one. Q. R16 loopback 0 cannot ping r19 loopback 0 Don’t remember this one. Sorry guys. Gents….Any and all critique is fine. I want to pass on my next attempt. Failing is not an option!!! My new motto: “NEVER GIVE UP!!!” Permit tcp 172.16.0.0 any eq telnet Was I to remove the access-group or only an entry from the access-list??? Changed to: event syslog pattern “Interface Ethernet0/0, changed state to administratively down” Didn’t do anything thus far
  20. hi friends i passed my ccie lab today i got k7 &ts4++ with new fault thanks to every one in this fourm i got alot from u gyes i'll update soon full details
  21. Hi Guys, I Scheduled for my lab in December and I paid for it 3days ago.However the status shows "paid via credit card pending approval".I am not sure why have they not taken my payment even though my lab date is less than 90 days.
  22. Sold out, thanks.
  23. My friend took CCIE RS Lab on 25th September in the Belgian exam there is Configuration that never seen H3 version, the Drag is as same vendor. The TS2 questions is multicast, 5.3 (remember not clearly) is about QoS, but not EIGRP. guys who want to test should be prepared in mind.
  24. Kindly guide me to how to practice switching for my lab exam. Does GNS3 or cisco VIRL have introduced switching in their functionality. Plz help........
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