The new CCIE R&S Written Exam v3

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Jun 25th, 2007
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Hi All,

I just started studying for the CCIE written and I had a few questions:

1) I saw numerous topics are either on the written blue print or the lab blueprint and not on the other. Is it safe to assume what is listed on the lab but not the on written (e.g. RIPv2) will not be tested on the written?

2) They haven't tried to specify exactly what topics are covered for every section e.g. for OSPF they specifically say, "Adjacency on a point-to-point and on a multi-access (broadcast)", does this mean we don't need to worry about OSPF on NBMA or P2MP nets.? ....

3. Is OSPF on ISDN ckts not part of the written anymore.

I would appreciate the help. Thanks!

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compsolv Mon, 06/25/2007 - 17:40
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The new written 3.0 blueprint is EXTREMELY accurate as to what topics you will be tested on.

You should ignore ANY other blueprints in your preparation.

If a topic is not listed on the new blueprint - for example RIPv2, then do not worry about RIPv2.

Anthony J. Sequeira

TESTiT Written Exam Prep

Mukarram Jah Raheel Thu, 09/27/2007 - 16:40
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I have following queries

1.MPLS and IPv6 are included in written exam but not in Lab , so there will be no lab scenario regarding MPLS and IPv6 ?

2.there is no IS-IS in written and lab, so there will be nothing about IS-IS?

3. For MPLS in written , does it incleded MPLS ATM (cell mode) ??

4. Do we need to know IPSEC and VPNs for CCIE RS ??????

5. How much do we have to stick to blueprints ??????/



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