Hi everyone!

We started with the first phase of updates today. We replaced 5 questions that were asking about very obscure RFC numbers. Cisco has promised us that this trend will stop in the actual Core Knowledge section.

The replacements were the following Question IDs (QID #):






Remember, if you want to experience the new questions right away – just visit the Answer Key Versions for the above QIDs. Enjoy.

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9 Responses to “CCIE R/S Core Knowledge Simulation Updates”

  1. Matt says:


    Does this mean that obscure RFC’s are gone and more common ones will remain or that RFC numbers in general will not be tested on?

  2. Sam says:

    Great news, how long do you expect the full update to take?

  3. Santiago Enciso says:

    Lets celebrate that RFCs are gone.

  4. John Spaulding says:

    I would love to see more questions with actual diagrams like the self-study..

  5. Hi John – check out the new questions – I think all but one had a diagram!

  6. Hi Sam!

    I want to complete replacing questions by Sunday, July 26.

    We will then forge ahead on new questions and features based on student feedback.

    Thanks so much for choosing INE!

  7. Hi Matt!

    I have left a couple (3) RFC questions in because I want you to know those RFCs for the Core Knowledge and Config sections.

    The rest (more obscure ones) have been removed and Cisco has indicated such questions are no longer realistic for the section.

  8. Rico says:

    Is there a blog entry/link where you list out the more common RFC’s?

  9. Hi Rico!

    The ones that I left in are the ones you need to be familiar with the config section and maybe even the lab.

    They are:

    RFC 1918
    RFC 3330
    RFC 1700


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