Posts Tagged ‘doc-cd’
So many students that pass on a first, or subsequent, attempt of the lab exam emerge to profess the importance of a complete “mastery” of the documentation that is available during the lab exam.
I wanted to bring together in one place here on the blog, three blog links that are designed to assist you in this regard. Enjoy these free training resources!
First, watch this hour-long, complimentary session from the Open Lecture Series on Mastering the DOC-CD:
Second, it is time to practice what you learned in this interactive DOC-CD exercise:
Finally, this blog post points out some very useful DOC-CD locations that students have really enjoyed:
The Version 4.X CCIE R&S Lab Exam places greater pressure on students than ever to be able to rapidly find potentially obscure features in the DOC-CD. This free, interactive lesson will guide you through the use of four critical DOC-CD resources you can access in the actual exam. Enjoy, and as always, thank you so much for choosing INE!
Hello faithful blog readers. We all know there are some real treasures in the DOC-CD that can assist dramatically in the lab exam. Here are some of our reader’s favorites. Thanks to my friend Ruhann over in South Africa for the post idea!
All navigation begins from http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/psa/configure.html?mode=prod
I. Bridging and Switching
a. Integrated and Concurrent Routing and Bridging
Cisco IOS Software – 12.4 Family – 12.4 Mainline – C.G. – Cisco IOS Bridging and IBM Networking Configuration Guide, Release 12.4 – Part 1: Bridging – Configuring Transparent Bridging
II. IP IGP Routing
a. Best Path Selection
Cisco IOS Software – 12.2 Family- 12.2 Mainline - C.G. – Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide, Release 12.2 – Part 2: IP Routing Protocols – Configuring BGP – How BGP Selects Paths