The new Core Knowledge Simulator Testing Engine is coming along nicely thanks to our partner, Graded Labs. We are behind schedule, however. We are attempting to incorporate all of the desired features and more. I will be blogging about a new expected date of release for that custom engine soon.
Beginning January 4, 2010, Cisco is featuring a Core Knowledge section for all active CCIE labs. To assist in your assessment of your own Tier 1 knowledge of the Service Provider Lab Exam Blueprint topics, INE has released its Service Provider Core Knowledge Simulation.
The new CCIE Version 4.X exam of R&S certainly causes the need for extreme Time Management strategy practices. In other words, without a rock-solid Time Management approach for each of the three lab sections - you fail! This three part blog series will examine Time Management strategies for each exam section - in order.
Every once in a while I come across a tip that is so exciting I want to share it with the world. I was recently going through one of the many posts I read, and saw the answer to a question that I have been wondering about for many years. Awesome job to Steve Shaw who came up with this. Here is the scenario.
It is time now for us to wrap up this series on IPv6 transition techniques (in the scope of the R&S CCIE Written and Lab exam). For this final part, we turn to an existing blog post from our own resident genius, Petr Lapukhov. I edited his post to ensure we mere mortals could understand it. :-)
After the huge popularity of our CCIE 3.X Expanded Blueprint here on the blog, I am going to put extra effort in the next two weeks for the new CCIE 4.X R&S Expanded Blueprint. Adding links for Core Knowledge (Tier 1) study should help in that section, as well as Configuration and Troubleshooting. I hope you enjoy and thanks as always for choosing INE.
You have just been given a shiny, new router to configure. As part of the configuration, you are asked to configure an outbound access list which will only permit traffic through to specific destinations. Here are the requirements that you are given for your access-list:
Match (and permit) the following destinations using an access-list. Your access list should use the fewest number of lines, and should not overlap any other address space.
Anything within the 10.0.0.0/8 address space.
Anything within the 172.16.0.0/12 address space.
Anything within the 192.168.0.0/16 address space.
Anything within the 169.254.0.0/16 address space.
Be warned, it is estimated that a very high percentage of readers will NOT have the correct answer.
Join INE Instructors as they cover IPv6 Multicast Part 1 in the Advanced Technologies Class on Demand - 10-Day. This is a key new topic found in the version 4.0 CCIE R&S blueprint.