The CCIE Workbook
February 16, 2014 20 Comments
It is almost here! All you need is the new GNS with switching and your ready to go. You will have a pre built lab with all the necessary configuration files to get the lab up and running within a hour. Never build another topology again, this lab contains over 25 devices and once built is always there to go back to. There are over 10 pages for the table of contents alone.
We have put a lot of thought about what we would want from a workbook. For example, not being able to quickly go from a question to a solution, I don’t want to scroll through hundreds of pages especially if I just want to ratify what I think turns out to be exactly what the question was looking for. We have linked all of our questions directly to the solutions so no more scrolling!
This shouldn’t been seen as only a workbook but a good CCIE reference tool, by adding things such as references to RFC’s for the most well knows protocols, as well as links to where you can get to grips with BGP regular expressions!
This workbook will test your expertise on all areas of routing and switching, for example, even though ISIS is not covered in the v5 lab (only the v5 written exam) it is covered in detail in this workbook. There are also over 20 different topologies, ranging from DMVPN all the way to complex v4 and v6 multicast.
This is an example of one of the topologies, and the layout of the type of questions that are contained within this workbook. Remember this much anticipated CCIE workbook, encompasses both version 4 and version 5 topics – it has been designed to challenge you, everything is built from the ground up, we don’t implement feature and them remove it, we make sure that it works and build upon it layer by layer.
It is our hope that you get as much enjoyment out of this workbook as we did whilst creating it. It been a long time coming where you can find this level of technical content all in one resource!!! CCIE challenge accepted???