We thought we would let our “blog faithful” be the first to know about our new CCIE R/S Core Knowledge Simulation.

Use this tool to help pinpoint potential weaknesses in your knowledge of the vast scope of the R/S blueprint. As you might guess, this tool also helps in overall lab preparation as well, especially with the more vague lab tasks that require quite a bit of implied information.

No matter when your lab date, this query database will continue to grow – so be sure to visit it often. Enjoy your studies, and try not to let two short answer questions ruin your whole day. ☺

The CCIE R/S Core Knowledge Simulation

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10 Responses to “Introducing the CCIE R/S Core Knowledge Simulation”

  1. Malick Ndiaye says:


    very good product. Congrats to the IE team. My question is approximatly how many question are in the database?

    Best regards

  2. At this very moment – there are 130. There will be over 200 this evening.

  3. I think the plan was to start adding it today!


  4. Jeff Rensink says:

    For those of us who are current CCIE 2.0 owners, when should we expect to see this in our account?

  5. Go ahead and send to me for now-

  6. Jeff says:

    How should we communicate issues with, feature requests, or other feedback for this product.


  7. Byju says:

    Is this available only to CCIE 2.0 members or it will be available to all old members.


  8. Terron Parks says:


    Is the plan to have R/S Core Knowledge Simulation posted to CCIE 2.0 account holders today? Thanks in advance! You guys are always ahead of the game!


  9. Yes – I think they are doing that – be sure to drop customer service an email and let them know you are a 2.0 person that does not have it yet.


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