Oct
07
Almost anyone studying for CCIE Lab has limited time resources.  Practically everyone thinks about optimum study time management. For example, take IEWB-RS VOL1, which has a tremendous amount of material to work on.  The workbook is structured in sections of different sizes. Let’s assume that you need to spend T1, T2, T3 … TN (N – number of sections) hours on section 1, 2, 3 … N but you only have T hours available for study, so that T1+T2+T3 +… +Tn > T. Of course, if T > T1+T2+…+TN, you’re a... Read More
Jun
30
Introduction The CCIE Voice lab is unique in the sense that it requires you to configure diverse number of applications sharing little in common with each other. For example, you will have to use GUI to configure Call Manager and CLI to configure SRST. On top of that, it’s hard to break the Voice lab into “core” and “non-core” parts, since you are required to configure a lot of different things (e.g. register phones, add gateways, set up dial-plan, configure dial-peers) in order to place an... Read More
Apr
11
First off be sure to arrive at the lab at least 15 minutes early. I've done both arrived early and arrived late. I can tell you from personal experience that arriving early is the best option. ;) When you arrive you will be waiting in the lobby until the proctor comes out to escort you into the lab. When you get into the lab the proctor will give you a quick introduction before starting. This introduction will cover the facilities (i.e. restrooms, break room, etc), the start and stop times and... Read More

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