After attending the INE 12 day bootcamp in the UK earlier this month I have completely revised my CCIE study guide. I had been going along in 1st gear doing a bit here and there an now realise the level I actually need to be studying at. Which is actually about 5th gear! Meeting other […]
These pages are no longer being updated as I passed the Lab exam in August 2015, receiving my CCIE Plaque through the post was the end to a very long journey.
You can read my entire CCIE Journey here - My CCIE Journey
My all time top post was: How to build CCIE V5 Lab with CSR100V routers
Remember, the only way to achieve CCIE is "Relentless Pursuit" - Don't give up!
All the posts below are in chronological order from when I passed the CCIE Lab
One of the major parts of the CCIE Lab Exam is ensuring you have full reachability in your network. How do you ping all your addresses? TCL script or “Tickle Script” as it is usually pronounced is the answer to your problems. It is a very simple process which should not take any longer than […]
After passing your CCIE written exam for any track candidates must make an initial attempt at the lab exam within 18 months. There are 10 ccie lab locations worldwide. Bangalore, Beijing, Brussels, Dubai, Hong Kong, RTP (USA), San Jose, Sau Paulo (Brazil), Sydney & Tokyo Obviously the thought of taking your lab in a holiday […]
I was working through INE’s Vol 3 workbook tonight and thought I would do VTP. This should have been a very simple topic to master – there are not too many commands and it is a very simple technology. Although as many of you will know to be treated with care as it can destroy […]
Well today is the day I finally start my journey to become a CCIE. I have been in networking now for about 5 years soley in the Cisco field so I have a good amount of experience. Not much in Mulitcast, IPv6, BGP and MPLS so I am looking forward to learning more about them! […]