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General / 2000 ТОВАРОВ ДЛЯ
« Last post by Ralphson on December 07, 2017, 07:32:12 PM »
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CCNP TSHOOT 300-135 / Re: Tshoot 642-832
« Last post by Angella on December 04, 2017, 07:36:34 AM »
i am also thinking about it...
Exam Experience / Passed my CCNA - 200-125 Exam today with a 924
« Last post by Glolock64 on November 30, 2017, 10:45:27 PM »
How2pass is the bomb. I was a little worried at first since I didn't see any current posts of success for CCNA full exam. I was concerned that the material here could possibly be outdated, but after taking the exam today and passing with a 924 out of a possible 1000 I guarantee you, such is not the case! How2pass is on point as usual. I plan on using it for my CCNP as well.

Thanks H2P
CCNP ROUTE 300-101 / Re: passed route today
« Last post by Haywhy on November 23, 2017, 09:25:34 AM »
Congrat!!!...planning on studying for CCNP but scouting for textbook to use. Which textbook will you recommend?

CCNP SWITCH 300-115 / PASSED 300-115 this morning
« Last post by dmaron on November 14, 2017, 01:53:09 PM »
Great site.  Passed SWITCH with a score of 890.  Most of the questions I got were from this site.  They re-word a few so keep on your toes. Definitely make sure you live and breathe the simulations and drag and drops.  Thanks again for a great site.  Keep up the Fantastic work.
Answer this question / QID: S35 RIPv2 issue
« Last post by bsedgal on November 01, 2017, 03:56:20 PM »
The last multiple choice question asks you to examine the R1 routing table and determine how traffic to is forwarded.
The correct answer per the simlet is that "Traffic destined to ... uses RIPv2 instead of static route [because of the higher admin distance on the static route]"

While its true the static route has a higher admin distance of 200 over RIPv2 (120), HOWEVER the problem is that the network in question is not even known in RIPv2. That why when you look at the routing table, you see that the static route "wins" and has been promoted to the routing table. RIP does not even know about because R2 has failed to advertise it.

From what I can see, all four possible answers given are incorrect. Please advise.
Fall 2017

Recenty, I took a 5 week course on Cisco TShoot 300-135 Exam Prep here at Los Angeles California. In this class, I learned study strategies and how to take, prepare for the CCNP 300-135 TShoot exam. I want to share what I've learned in the class.

Tools to use to prepare for CCNP 300-135 TSHOOT exam:
1. Cisco Tshoot Demo website
2. Older version of Packet Tracer with 14 Tickets available at NetworkTut website
3. Older version of GNS3 (version 1.5.X) with 14 Tickets available from GNS3Talk
4. A Windows PC capable of running tools mentioned in item 2 and 3 above

I.   Learn how to take the Cisco TShoot Exam using Cisco Simulated problems:

1. Do a Google search on following search criteria: Trouble Tickets Cisco

2. Click on the first search result for page titled: TSHOOT Demo Item - Cisco (You should have Flash installed in your Computer to utilize this site). This site is run by Cisco and it shows the Topology problem used of the TShoot exam (straight from Cisco).

Learn the Simulation test scenario, download the Layer 2 and Layer 3 Topology diagram images as this will be the exact Topology that will be used in the exam.

3. Practice taking the Tshoot Exam using the four sample trouble tickets in the site.

II.  Use NetworkTut resources to guide you get at the right answers to the Tickets:

4. Do a Google search on: NetworkTut. Network Tut provides the 14 Ticket topics in the exam plus discontinued ticket topics.

5. Notice at right column of page, there are 16 Tickets, and some have been removed from the Exam but it counts to be familiar with discontinued Tickets anyway.

6. NetworkTut has the Scenario for each of the 14 still valid Ticket and the answer. Each Ticket when clicked on will provide the answer to the Ticket. But it does not explain how it got the answer. Still, you can read the reply of people using the Forum and you'll learn from their feedbacks. You need to read the feedback from Forum members and figure out the solution yourself. There are other resources that will help you out. It pays to be familiar with how you get the answer because the Tshoot Exam can change scenario which can be different from scenario experienced by another person taking the 300-135 exam beside you.

III. Use GNS3 and GNS3Talk resources to do hands-on practice on 14 Tickets:

7. Use GNS3Talk's videos to learn the Solution to the 14 Tickets. Search GNS3Talk in YouTube.
Research in the videos where you can download corresponding GNS3 files. Install GNS3 1.5.X provided in his download link and 14 Tickets in your PC. Use this to do hands-on and practice implementing solution to 14 Tickets with speed and efficiency. They already have been configured and all you're doing is doing the troubleshooting of the 14 Tickets. Remember you are only give a few minutes to solve a Ticket. There are videos in YouTube where author spends 30 minutes analyzing one Ticket. That's not realistic in the exams. 

IV.  Use Packet Tracer version resources to do hands-on practice on 14 Tickets:

8. There is also a Packet Tracer version of the 14 Tickets. They too, are already configured and all you're doing is doing the troubleshooting of the 14 Tickets.

Do a Google search on: PT 300_135 TSHOOT Ticket XX.pkt, where XX is the number of the Ticket.

It will lead you back to NetworkTut site and also to YouTube where you'll find videos by Mohammed Saber. He explains Solution in Arabic. I don't understand his explanations, but you just need to find the download link to the PKT files. Practice doing the TShoot 300-135 Exams on these PKT files. It has the answer to the Problem within the PKT file. You're learning how to find answer to Ticket using tools available.

Good luck in your CCNP Tshoot 300-135 Exams.

- ccnaronin16
Answer this question / Re: QID A411 ICND2
« Last post by Forum Admin on October 07, 2017, 01:10:08 PM »
interface FastEthernet0/0
  ip address

The Fa0/0 interface connects this router to remote networks. So you must include its network in OSPF routing process to enable this router get routes to remote networks.

There is no /31 mask in the config. The given answer is correct.
Answer this question / QID A411 ICND2
« Last post by Haywhy on October 05, 2017, 07:41:53 PM »
This question is asking about subnet not been able to access the remote network. The output shows it is ospf network configuration. For it to access remote network it is going to need the mac address of the router. This question does not have anything to do with submet I think the ospf process will work in as much it it not using the network according to the question.
The mask on the link is wrong . A /31 will not give two valid host ip to assign to the router interfaces. Changing the mask to a /30 will meet the requirement.
Exam Experience / Re: Test scoring
« Last post by Moterunstable on October 01, 2017, 06:24:03 PM »
Just what I was looking for. Thanks for the reference on exam scores.
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