Posted - Feb 12 2001 : 3:29:56 PM
I'm in the process of getting my CCNP. I have two 2501 routers that I plan to use in my home lab. I was wondering if I needed to add any other equipment to my lab to get the much needed hands on experience. And I was also wondering if this lab would be sufficient enough to use when I go after the CCIE.
Posted - Feb 17 2001 : 12:47:04 PM
Since you've taken the test. What areas should I focus on other topics than the entire book. What areas were you tested on? How did you prepare for the test? Which book did you read? Did you get any hands on in a class or are you lucky enough to work with routers? Any info. would help. Thanks
Posted - Feb 21 2001 : 12:13:30 AM
Hi...It is not as much as getting a multi choice Q reg the types but U will be given the routing table and u will have to analyse whether the given router is a stub /ABR etc .So,u need to know the types and figure it out .Ciao .
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