The CCIE Workbook


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.

TOC preivewWe 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!Example IPv6 Topology

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.

example question

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???

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About ccie4all
Hello, and welcome to the first post of my CCIE blog This blog has got one simple goal and that is to improve our skills in Cisco Networking field so we can become best engineers on a job market. Wordpress Blog https://ccie4all.wordpress.com/ information about the changes made to Gns3 BGP , MPLS and R&S CCIE labs. In order to access and download all provided materials and receive important updates from Gns3 BGP , MPLS and R&S CCIE labs under GNS3 tab in the main header please go ahead and subscribe to https://ccie4all.wordpress.com/ ! All other posts have not been affected and can be accessed at any given time. Enjoy ! Tom

20 Responses to The CCIE Workbook

  1. Steven says:

    Sound and looks amazing ! You’ve really put a lot of effort from what I can see ! Looking very much forward to the release date !

  2. Dave says:

    I’m a gns3 1.0 early release member and I can’t wait to get this lab up and running, hopefully soon. CCIE4All is great resource and I’m excited about this book, when will it be released?

    • ccie4all says:

      We are hoping to have the workbook released at end of March 2014!

      Currently we’re working on making sure that it is different in terms of information it contains from any other CCIE workbooks out there!

      We will post new updates very soon!

  3. Sam says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on it. Thanks

  4. ChrisB says:

    Thanks in advance .. awaiting very much the release..
    by the way thanks a lot this blog was very useful for my ccnp.

  5. Jacob says:

    So far I have not been disappointed with the information that this blog contains. It’s easy to see that a lot of work has gone into this. Looking forward to the release date!

  6. udensi says:

    Great effort friend.. Waiting for the release.

  7. Good stuff!!..Keep the fire burning!

  8. mohannitin says:

    Eagerly waiting for the workbook ,😃 when is the releasing date?

  9. Sam says:

    This will be for routing and switching.

    • ccie4all says:

      Correct! This one will cover CCIE R&Sv4/v5

  10. Rye says:

    Great blog! My CCIE desire has been re-ignited again by your blog. Can’t wait for the workbook. Thanks a lot in advance.

    • ccie4all says:

      Thanks a lot Rye !
      This exam becomes more difficult with every year but in the end it’ll all be worth it !

      We’re working on final updates so the big date is coming !

  11. Bart says:

    How much would this book cost? And thank you for creating this for the community.

    • ccie4all says:

      Hi Bart!

      We will soon post a final update regarding the workbook content, price and how we came up with this idea to make it different and provide you with an entirely unique experience!

      Best!
      ccie4all

      • Bart says:

        That sounds great. Can’t wait. I wonder when that new version of GNS3 will come out. I have been getting ready for my lab exam throughout these past 16 months. Now that I am about to take the exam in two weeks I still feel not ready to defeat that dragon. It’s my first time and I won’t probably pass it the first time. I just hope I will do better on the newer version of the exam. Everything before CCIE lab from Cisco seemed so easy. I’m actually surprised how much my ability to memorize while getting ready for this thing improved. Take care Tom and thanks again.

      • ccie4all says:

        Hi Bart!

        I definitely agree with how everything before CCIE lab seems easy! There’s a huge gap between CCNP and CCIE and in my opinion there should be an additional cert (if not two) between CCNP and CCIE
        Some of the requirements on the lab exam also seem really simple but because most of them depend on other questions , they either break already configured stuff or simply don’t work cause there’s something else in the network that’s broken and “they” want you to find it, all fun 🙂

        We came up with this idea to create a workbook but make it as different and unique as possibly from all the other ones out there. It’s has been almost 8 months of work and the book is finally almost ready. It’ll cover CCIE v4 and v5 and much more !

        We will soon post a final update !

        Best of luck on your exam and believe me if you understand all this stuff (not only configuration side of things) you will nail it !!

  12. Sam says:

    I have have done CCIE security written because of my bend. Can you do a security WB. Or may be I will have to go and prepare for R&S written, so that I can make use of your book. Please make it affordable lol!.Cheers!

    • ccie4all says:

      Hi Sam,

      We are currently working on a final design and technical content for the workbook. We have not formulated the pricing structure as of yet and working on it with our marketing team however we’re open to any suggestions from CCIE students and network engineers.

      The workbook will be released on the 1st of April 2014

      All the best!
      ccie4all

  13. Learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast.

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