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RE: CCIE Service Provider and IPExpert Workbook. posted 09/25/2006
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VRF selection based on the source ip address supported on the 3550, the
normal routers can support VRF selection using policy based routing by the

-----Original Message-----
From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Marvin Greenlee
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2006 12:20 AM
To: j buss; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: CCIE Service Provider and IPExpert Workbook.

Although they are valid topics per the blueprint, as
far as I know those software features are not
available on the current lab hardware (pre-Nov). 
There are a few other topics on the blueprint that the
current hardware platforms do not support. (VRF
select, etc.)

Marvin Greenlee

--- j buss <ccie_sp@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi,
> Im studing for the CCIE SP Lab exam. I bought the
> IPExpert WB3 for Service 
> provider.
> I noticed that the book has a lot of typos/ erros
> and the configuration 
> files (initall) and even worse the somtiimes Final
> configutations are 
> missing. IPExpert promised me that they will fix,
> but it will take some 
> weeks. I also noticed that the book does not cover
> "MPLS TE fastreroute and 
> Loose ERO "next address LOOSE x.x.x.x". These are
> valid test topics at the 
> current CCIE SP lab exam.
> Does anyone has some practice material which I can
> use? Does anyone know a 
> Service provider rental service which does support
> TE fast reroute and Loose 
> ero's (proctorlabs does currently not, or I'm
> missing something).
> Thanks and regards,
> J.
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