Self-Study End to End Inventory

I recently purchased the End to End Self-Study program and received my printed materials a few days ago.  Looking through the materials, I noticed that I have nice laminated topology cards for vol 2 and 3 but none for vol 1.  I also noticed that Vol 1 Lab Workbook begins with BGP, rather than Bridging and Switching as in the electronic .pdf version.  Also, Vol 1 does not include a solution guide.  I understand that the Vol 1 workbook does include a Final Configuration, Verification and Breakdown.  I would like to compare with others or verify with the staff that I have all the materials I should have.  While I don't have an issue with BGP as my starting point, it just seems like the book is out of order compared with the .pdf version.

I have a small home lab and plan to use dynamips to simulate the 3640's and Frame-Relay Switch.  I also have access to my lab at work which I have 3 3750's and 1 3550 Switch cabled per the labs.

Thoughts?

Steve

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    Hi Steve,



        I believe the printed version is in alphabetical order.  You can do
    the sections in any order that you want however.  The diagrams and
    solutions are inside the labs themselves.  All you need diagram wise is
    the physical topology.



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    steve.davis wrote:

    I recently purchased the End to End Self-Study program and
    received my printed materials a few days ago.  Looking through the
    materials, I noticed that I have nice laminated topology cards for vol
    2 and 3 but none for vol 1.  I also noticed that Vol 1 Lab Workbook
    begins with BGP, rather than Bridging and Switching as in the
    electronic .pdf version.  Also, Vol 1 does not include a solution
    guide.  I understand that the Vol 1 workbook does include a Final
    Configuration, Verification and Breakdown.  I would like to compare
    with others or verify with the staff that I have all the materials I
    should have.  While I don't have an issue with BGP as my starting
    point, it just seems like the book is out of order compared with the
    .pdf version.



    I have a small home lab and plan to use dynamips to simulate the 3640's
    and Frame-Relay Switch.  I also have access to my lab at work which I
    have 3 3750's and 1 3550 Switch cabled per the labs.



    Thoughts?



    Steve







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