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  Question about Lab #5
Posted by: raxz - 07-16-2009, 06:43 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - Replies (1)

Hi All,

I have been reviewing Lab #5 2nd part, where DSW1 is configured with a Vlan access-map.
In the configuration traffic is being matched against ip address 1 such as

"DSW1(config-access-map)# match ip address 1"

I presume ip address 1 would be an access list defining IP range that needs to be allowed or blocked depending on the question. But I do not see anything mentioned about definig the access list on the Lab, or I can not see any list defined in the show run output for DSW1 switch.

Any ideas why there is no access list defined? I guess defining an access list for matching the vlan map criteria is required.


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  Passed BSCI with 911
Posted by: nanfys - 07-16-2009, 02:21 PM - Forum: CCNP ENARSI 300-410 - No Replies


Hi All,

Passed BSCI on yesterday with 911!!

I had eigrp/isis redistribution
OSPF stub area
Eigrp stub/address summarisation!!!  .

Guess what my first question was the lab of Eigrp stub and summarization troobleshooting , not easy wasted more than 20 minutes on it without manage.. so be careful guys.

The rest of the questions were a fair mix of everything really, Dont forget to revised the Big 3 : IS-IS , Multicasting and IPV6..

Materials :
BSCI official study guide
CBT nuggets
Lab portfolio
Portable command guide

Studied during  6 months

Good Luck


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  Passed today - 1000 - my thoughts
Posted by: rfudurich - 07-15-2009, 07:25 PM - Forum: CCNP TSHOOT 300-135 - Replies (2)

This was definitely my best score ever on a test, and I would say H2P did a great job with the questions this time around.

I did get a couple simlets/testlets with SDM, in which the H2P tests helped.

I also had two router simulations, one for configuring an Ethernet and dialer interface for pppoe, and the other to configure AAA for tacacs+ and apply the configuration to the access interfaces. 

Outside of that I had a lot of single answer and multiple choice questions, and a bunch of drag and drops.

My study materials consisted of the Cisco Press certification guide and H2P. I read the book, did about 20 questions per area to gauge my knowledge, and then went back through the book. I think this worked well as I picked up on things the second time that wouldn't pop out at you otherwise. I then went back and used the 'unseen' filter and finally the 'incorrect' filter. I'd suggest this to anyone looking to try a new study method.

Sorry for the long post, but since there haven't been many recent posting on this exam, hopefully it may help somebody out.

Good luck with your exams,

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  Passed CCNA Today
Posted by: b_rasheed - 07-15-2009, 02:31 AM - Forum: Exam Experience - Replies (1)

Hi guys,

I am so excited, ijust passed my test today with score 850, it was very tough test though but thank God I made it.

I recommended this site 100% with no doubt.


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  Passed CCNA with 900+
Posted by: Januk - 07-14-2009, 12:44 PM - Forum: Exam Experience - No Replies

Exam felt a little easier then H2P practice exams, this due mainly to how easy the simulators were to use. Also worth noting is that the '?' is usable in the exam, helping you with options for the next CLI entry.

Questions very similar to what I had practised on H2P, making this not only extremely good for learning the content needed, but very good value for money.

BSCI again for me, this time with H2P help. Then after CCIP or CCNP....

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  Sim #3 on exam
Posted by: Ipassed - 07-13-2009, 03:34 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - Replies (8)

I couldnt get #3 or sim #5 to save.. did I just biff it? or anyone know whats going on?

would like to think sim 3 is so straight forward you really couldnt mess it up that bad.

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Posted by: JFrost - 07-13-2009, 01:21 AM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

I have a problem with "A device in transparent VTP version 1 mode will not forward VTP messages".

If you leave a group of switches in VTP version 1 mode and make one in the middle transparent, you will find that non of the VLANs get updated when you make a change on a server.  You have to change it to version 2 to make that happen.  Then presto, there's all your VLAN info on the downstream client switches.

I might be reading the question wrong, but could someone explain why??


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Posted by: RGraham1 - 07-12-2009, 04:02 AM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

I thought voice vlans were only configured on access ports.  In the old days it was configured on trunk ports but not any more right?

Voice vlan 10 is configured on the fa 0/1 trunk port of SW2.  Would this work?

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Posted by: RGraham1 - 07-12-2009, 03:57 AM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

I thought each router in the glbp group would need to be configured with the virtual IP address. 

R2 doesn't have the glbp 7 ip command configured.

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Posted by: RGraham1 - 07-11-2009, 03:24 AM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

I think how2pass has it wrong about root port elections.  The answer they give says the root port election depends on the lowest sender bridge-ID.  That is true for election of designated ports, but not root ports.  The election of a root port occurs among ports on only one switch.  The bridge ID doesn't come into play, only the root path cost or port-ID.  If the root path costs are equal then the port with the lowest port-ID would be the root port for the switch.

What do you think?


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