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BSCI Exam preparation

Hi !

I'm currently prepare my BSCI Exam certification.

To do, I had buy Cisco press book Official Exam Certification Guide, authors are speak too much lightly about IIN, SONA and AON concept for my understanding. I try to find some documents on Cisco's web site, but most of which I find, are much marketting and case studdy, then technical.. is some one have any document I can read, which can help me in my certification process...

Second question, with EIGRP, is it possible for single router to run more than one EIGRP process (each in one for a different autonomous system) ?

Thanks a lot !

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Re: BSCI Exam preparation

Christian:

I dont think the CCNP exam dwells too much on these design theories and conceptual models. Most of it is marketing anyway, so I wouldnt lose too much sleep over trying to understand every aspect of it. Just understand what they give you in the Exam guides, especially if it comes from Cisco Press, and you'll be fine.

2.) Yes, a single router can run more than one eigrp instance on different interfaces. Cisco does not recommend it, though, as a best practice.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_q_and_a_item09186a008012dac4.shtml#eight

HTH

Victor

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Re: BSCI Exam preparation

Christian:

I dont think the CCNP exam dwells too much on these design theories and conceptual models. Most of it is marketing anyway, so I wouldnt lose too much sleep over trying to understand every aspect of it. Just understand what they give you in the Exam guides, especially if it comes from Cisco Press, and you'll be fine.

2.) Yes, a single router can run more than one eigrp instance on different interfaces. Cisco does not recommend it, though, as a best practice.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_q_and_a_item09186a008012dac4.shtml#eight

HTH

Victor

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