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Re: Network Diagram posted 03/28/2007
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They will give you diagrams but you can not write on them.  If you do you
will get a 12 month vacation from the CCIE lab ;-)

Take the time to draw out your own diagram/diagrams.  If you don't have the
time to spend 5 or 10 minutes drawing a diagram you more than likely aren't
going pass anyways ;-)  For most people by drawing out the network it helps
them visually remember the topology without having the look back at the
diagram.  This should help cut down on some of the little mistakes like
applying configuration to a wrong router or interface.


Brian Dennis, CCIE4 #2210 (R&S/ISP-Dial/Security/SP)
Internetwork Expert, Inc.
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On 3/28/07 5:33 PM, "ccie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <ccie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Group,
> It may be a stupid question!
> I am wondering if you will be given or able to make copies of the network
> diagram, so we can mark all the boundaries of IGP and BGP withput losing time
> to draw them on paper:)
> Regards,
> Rani
> CCIE 19999(I am reserving this number for me)
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