Even more updates have been posted to the IP Services section of the CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Workbook Volume 1 Version 5.0. Yes, that’s right, two in two days ;) The following topics are now available in System Management:

12.1 Exec Aliases
12.2 System Message Logging
12.3 Syslog Logging
12.4 Logging Counting and Timestamps
12.5 Logging to Flash Memory
12.6 Configuration Change Notification and Logging
12.7 Configuration Archive & Rollback
12.8 Logging with Access-Lists
12.9 TCP Keepalives
12.10 Generating Exception Core Dumps
12.11 Conditional Debugging
12.12 Telnet Service Options
12.13 Tuning Packet Buffers
12.14 Terminal Line Settings
12.15 SNMPv2c Server
12.16 SNMPv2c Access Control
12.17 SNMP Traps and Informs
12.18 CPU and Memory Thresholds
12.19 SNMPv3
12.20 SNMP MAC Address Notifications
12.21 SNMP Notifications of Syslog Messages
12.22 CDP
12.23 RMON Alarms
12.24 RMON Statistics Collection
12.25 HTTP Server and Client
12.26 FTP Server and Client
12.27 TFTP Server and Client
12.28 Remote Shell
12.29 NTP
12.30 NTP Authentication
12.31 NTP Access Control
12.32 Auto-Install over LAN Interfaces using DHCP
12.33 Auto-Install over Frame-Relay
12.34 Auto-Install over LAN Interfaces using RARP
12.35 IOS Menus
12.36 IOS Banners
12.37 KRON Command Schedule

Some minor changes were made today to the IP Services labs that were posted yesterday. So if you have the version from yesterday you should re-download the current version again.

The following topics are now 100% available:

1. Bridging & Switching
2. Frame Relay
3. IP Routing
4. RIP
12. System Management
13. IP Services

QoS will start getting posted this week as well incrementally. As always product access is available through the http://members.internetworkexpert.com site, and technical discussion should be held on www.IEOC.com.

Please keep your feedback coming in and let me know if there are any bugs with the material. Also if anyone has problems with the initial config files let me know, there were some corrupt files apparently when they were changed from DOS to UNIX formatting.

Happy Labbing!

About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13:

Brian McGahan was one of the youngest engineers in the world to obtain the CCIE, having achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching at the age of 20 in 2002. Brian has been teaching and developing CCIE training courses for over 10 years, and has assisted thousands of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification. When not teaching or developing new products Brian consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in the midwest region of the United States.

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4 Responses to “Even More IEWB-RS Volume 1 v5 Updates – System Management Posted!”

  1. Brian Landers says:

    Great news! FYI, the System Management initial configs link currently points to the zip for the IP Services configs.

  2. Steve says:


    Started on this lab – great stuff.
    One thing I was thrown by.
    Lab 12.4 – Logging Counting and Timestamps:
    “Provide a solution to prevent tampering with stored syslog information”
    Spent a while looking for some security solution and finally looked at the solution and found it puzzling. Does it really prevent tampering by adding a sequence count? If I can alter stored syslog information, surely I can alter the sequence count as well? (not that I am necessarily smart enough to do it..) I can see what you are getting at but IMHO, I thought the question a little misleading.

  3. To Steve

    Usually, to prevent tampering one implements sequencing and digital signatures. However, just using sequencing may help, since simply removing a record from a log file or adding a new one will require changing all the sequence numbers. This is not a guaranteed protection but it adds a level of complexity to overcome the possible attack. Of course, if you need true integrity, use digital signatures :)

  4. Sam says:

    Thanks for the update, but I hope you don’t mind me saying that the mailto: link that you’ve recently added to most of the workbooks is really annoying and unnecessary (I don’t really see the point, why would I want to email myself)



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