CCIE Routing and Switching v4.0 Troubleshooting Practice Labs by Martin Duggan

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CCIE Routing and Switching v4.0 Troubleshooting Practice Labs presents you with two full troubleshooting lab scenarios in exam style format to echo the real CCIE Routing and Switching v4.0 lab exam. This publication gives you the opportunity to put into practice your own extensive theoretical knowledge of subjects to find out how they interact with each other on a larger complex scale.


Each section has an “Ask the Proctor” section list of questions that helps provide clarity and maintains direction to ensure you do not give up and check the answers directly if you find a task too challenging. After each lab, this eBook lets you compare configurations and routing tables with the required answers. You can also run through a lab de-brief, view configurations, and cut and paste configs into your own lab equipment for testing and verification. The point scoring for each question lets you know if you passed or failed each lab.


This extensive set of practice labs that sell for hundreds of dollars elsewhere help you make sure you are fully prepared for the grueling CCIE lab exam experience.





About Martin Duggan

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Martin James Duggan, CCIE No. 7942, is a network architect for AT&T. He designs network solutions for global customers and specializes in data center networking and quality of service. Martin mentors colleagues through their Cisco qualifications and holds regular internal training classes. Previous to this, Martin was a network architect for IBM performing IP network de-signs and global network reviews. Martin has been in the industry for 22 years, focusing on Cisco solutions for the past 12 years. He is the author of the Cisco Press book CCIE Routing and Switching v4.0 Configuration Practice Labs and the co-author of Routing and Switching Practice Labs Volume 1.
Published October 18, 2011 by Cisco Press. 275 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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