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Probably one of the most difficult parts of the updated CCIE R&S exam will be the Troubleshooting section (you may check our recent poll to confirm that). So far, not much is known about this one. It has been announced that a separate topology will be used for this part of the exam, and the candidate will be required to obtain 80% of the total section score to pass is successfully. The exact amount of points allocated to this section is not know, but there should be around 10 “incidents” or “trouble tickets” covered.
Feeling that this section will be the most difficult to CCIE candidates, we started working on the new VOL4 part of our renowned IEWB-RS workbook. In this new product called “Advanced Troubleshooting Labs” we present you with ten scenarios each consisting of ten trouble tickets. This amount should be approximately equal to the number of the troubleshooting tasks you will encounter in the actual exam. The topology used for every scenario is the same that we use for all our RS products, including VOL1 (technology-focused labs), VOL2 (full-scale mock lab scenarios) and VOL3 (core technologies scenarios). You may already order the new product at introductory price and start practicing! New scenarios are to be added to VOL4 on regular basis (target rate is one-two new labs per week) so you should be fully covered by the time blueprint changes.
Our ultimate goal is not only prepare you for passing the Troubleshooting section of the CCIE R&S lab exam, but also to teach you a structured troubleshooting approach. As opposed to simple guessing and peeking at the routers running configurations you should learn using the debugging commands and interpreting various show commands output. For every ticket, we are going to follow the same structured procedure to resolve the issue and provide an in-depth illustration of the process.
You may find more information and sample material by following the Free Sample PDF Link at the product’s page IEWB-RS VOL4.
Good luck with your studies!