Re: Quick question posted 02/11/2007
When I took my lab... I forced myself to come up with a question
for the proctors for every qfuestion. I would basically read the question,
Wow, I never thought of asking a question for every task. I figured I'd be a
pain in the arse after a while and my questions wouldn't be taken seriously
or something - of course this is coming from me and I haven't sit for my lab
exam as of yet.
On 2/11/07, Daniel Fredrick <dfredrick@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You really just want to read the question. It normally doesn't leave the
> question that wide open. If there are two routers that have rip and
> they will let you know if they don't want you to on a certain router.
> Otherwise, i would just assume that it needs to be done on both.
> As far as the metric... just put anything... unless you need to perfer
> certian routes compared to others.
> The best advice that can be given is... "assume nothing... ". You are
> the proctors to be there to answer your questions. So if you aren't
> just ask... When I took my lab... I forced myself to come up with a
> for the proctors for every qfuestion. I would basically read the question,
> and then ask... "am I reading this right?" I would get surprised
> sometimes... when they say... no... we want this...
> CCIE # 17094
> On 2/11/07, Jason Carpenter <adventureracing@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > getting close to the lab and had some simple questions
> > when redistributing into EIGRP on the LAB is it ok just to throw
> > numbers in for the metric? or should I actually try and figure it out,
> > bandwith etc..
> > When redistributing, if it says to redistribute between eigrp and rip
> > and you have 2 routers that it can be done on, should you do it on
> > both even if it doesnt specify? or just do it on one to simplify.
> > Thanks!
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