This is a post dedicated to people that have just started their CCIE studies. When I first started I wasn’t used to the type of diagrams used in the CCIE workbooks. Even though I have several years of experience and
I have now booked my lab. I’m going to brussels in february. I don’t want to post the exact date here but you will know from this site when I’ve been there.
I have finished the Vol1 QoS. Yesterday I did a full Vol2 so not much sleeping tonight. It went OK, I am where I expect to be right now. I still have about 6 months to go and I need
Did some more QoS labs yesterday. I have completed roughly 50/80 labs so far. Here is a quick tip for looking at what policy-maps are assigned to interfaces. Show run | i interface|service-policy Here is a question for my readers.
Haven’t had much time posting lately since I have started at a new job. Seems to be a great place so far. Didn’t have much time to study either but I’m resuming my studies tonight with a double rack session.
Every CCIE candidate faces the same challenges. How can we take in the huge amount of information and still retain it for later use? There are a few options available. When I do labs I use a notebook (paper) and