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RE: CCIE LAB - Changes in the LAB Pattern posted 05/21/2000
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Arthur,

What archives are you talking about?

The archives of this mailing list?

Mohan.

--- "Mosley, Arthur" <Arthur.Mosley@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  
>  Cisco is standardizing the troubleshooting lab. 
> You no longer troubleshoot
> your own lab.  You download the configs and review
> scenario, recable and fix
> the problems.  This change has already been made in
> Halifax.  
> 
> I believe this makes the whole process more
> challenging.  It took me a
> few minutes to get acquainted with the
> troubleshooting lab.  You have the
> same issues in this new format.  However, I had
> several tech areas that
> was on my troubleshooting lab that was not on the
> lab I had been
> working on for a day and a half.
> 
> It is definitely not a given you will pass if you
> get into
> troubleshooting. You want to go into troubleshooting
> with a strong
> score.  
> 
> 
> Art
> Other issue:  I recommend that people review the
> archive on a given
> topic.  There's a gold mine of information out
> there.
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nagaraja Byndoor
> To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: 5/21/00 1:44 PM
> Subject: CCIE LAB - Changes in the LAB Pattern
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I think couple of days some one in this study group
> mention that the LAB
> pattern has been changed like
> 
> On the day 1 there will be two different paper one
> for the 1 st half and
> one
> for the second half, is it True ?
> 
> Regarding troubleshooting the candidates should
> troubleshoot the network
> setup created by the others , is it true ?
> 
> And the last one can any one have good doc's(URL) on
> how to configure
> the XL
> series switch and the Token ring switch ?
> 
> THanks in Advance,
> 
> Regards
> 
> Raj
> 
>
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