Passed the written

Hey there guys.

 

 

I just wanted to share my written experience with you .

 


I got my CCNP in february and my plan was to read Jeff doyle books (vol 1 and 2) and official exam cert guide.

After I complete those books, I took the exam yesterday and I passed.

 

 

I m a bit disapointed because the written doesnt really reflect what a CCIE should know. Of course I got a lot of CCIE question but some of them were just random to me ......

 

 

Be Sure you know the protocols very well and that you feel ready for it.

 

Everybody told me : written is a CCNP+ exam so you can go without reading that much ......

 

But the problem is that I m not a very experienced guy so I wanted to KNOW what I was talking about. I want to know why this LSA is not present in this router, Why this BGP router doesnt accept the update from the neighbor using regex !!

 

Anyway I m very happy and I m now building the CCIE topology to practise INE workbooks !

 

 

Thanks for the help on this forum :)

 

 

 

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  • Congrats Nicolas!

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    On Sep 10, 2010, at 12:13 AM, "MCL.Nicolas" <[email protected]> wrote:

    Hey there guys.

     

     

    I just wanted to share my written experience with you .

     


    I got my CCNP in february and my plan was to read Jeff doyle books (vol 1 and 2) and official exam cert guide.

    After I complete those books, I took the exam yesterday and I passed.

     

     

    I m a bit disapointed because the written doesnt really reflect what a CCIE should know. Of course I got a lot of CCIE question but some of them were just random to me ......

     

     

    Be Sure you know the protocols very well and that you feel ready for it.

     

    Everybody told me : written is a CCNP+ exam so you can go without reading that much ......

     

    But the problem is that I m not a very experienced guy so I wanted to KNOW what I was talking about. I want to know why this LSA is not present in this router, Why this BGP router doesnt accept the update from the neighbor using regex !!

     

    Anyway I m very happy and I m not building the CCIE topology to practise INE workbooks !

     

     

    Thanks for the help on this forum :)

     

     

     




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  • Congrats!

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    On Sep 10, 2010, at 3:11 AM, MCL.Nicolas <[email protected]> wrote:

    Hey there guys.

     

     

    I just wanted to share my written experience with you .

     


    I got my CCNP in february and my plan was to read Jeff doyle books (vol 1 and 2) and official exam cert guide.

    After I complete those books, I took the exam yesterday and I passed.

     

     

    I m a bit disapointed because the written doesnt really reflect what a CCIE should know. Of course I got a lot of CCIE question but some of them were just random to me ......

     

     

    Be Sure you know the protocols very well and that you feel ready for it.

     

    Everybody told me : written is a CCNP+ exam so you can go without reading that much ......

     

    But the problem is that I m not a very experienced guy so I wanted to KNOW what I was talking about. I want to know why this LSA is not present in this router, Why this BGP router doesnt accept the update from the neighbor using regex !!

     

    Anyway I m very happy and I m not building the CCIE topology to practise INE workbooks !

     

     

    Thanks for the help on this forum :)

     

     

     




    Internetwork Expert - The Industry Leader in CCIE Preparation

    http://www.internetworkexpert.com



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  • Congrats!  And trust me, as you work towards your lab exam, that's when you become the expert. There's a reason why Cisco doesn't give a certification for passing the written exam.  It's truly just the first step in a very long and involved process.

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