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  Passed - This is not how you want to pass though.
Posted by: tigger509 - 03-04-2009, 02:57 AM - Forum: CCNP ROUTE 300-101 - Replies (2)

Question 1 ,which was a LAB, immediately locked up and I couldn't type any commands into the routers.

Test supervisor came in and along with his phone tech support, worked for 30 minutes on getting things working.

Finally, and by accident, he clicked the NEXT button, so on to question 2 without doing the first LAB.  Supervisor guy had no clue really what to do next, so they adjusted 22 minutes back on my test, and told me to go ahead and finish it. I don't think he understood how much the Question 1 Lab would count. I'm sitting there thinking $#@&!!!  ???, all that studying for this?

I ended up passing with an 833 without touching the first lab.  Guess they would have given me a voucher if I had failed.  Who knows.. who cares!  Smile  I'm not taking it again to see if I can score higher.

Study H2P, make sure you are scoring 95-100% on everything!  I know I answered 3 questions wrong in retrospect, so I should have scored higher.  Anyway, my CCNP is DONE! 

BSCI 833
BCSM 937
ONT 996
ISCW 964

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  CCNA 640-802 P4s v3.22 or v3.23
Posted by: gmabbasi - 03-03-2009, 08:12 AM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

Hello every one.... I have to appear in CCNA 640-802 exam next week I studied from P4s v3.22 (402 Q&A), one of my friend passed ccna 640-802 exam 895/1000 on 20 February 09, he told me that 4 or 5 questions and one simulation of drag and drop were out of form P4s v3.22 (402 Q&A), but today when I visit the Pass4sure.com there is no new update available about P4s v3.23 or P4s v3.24. The latest dumps is P4s v3.22 (402 Q&A) on pass4sure.com. It confused me when I read some post on other forums blog that there is new version available on pass4sure, so please any body help me if some one have latest version P4s v3.23 plz share it with me my email is gmabbasieng@yahoo.com or post a link for download so as i can get it.

Thanking you

GM Abbasi

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Posted by: umericanboy - 02-25-2009, 02:56 AM - Forum: Answer this question - Replies (2)

Admins, please check the correct answer for this question. Password has only been applied to lines vty 0 4 with telnet login commands. Lines vty 5 15 have login command but no password.

I think the answer should be, telent is only supported on lines 0 through 4, you have listed "a password challenge protects all virtual terminal lines" as the correct answer. How would it protect lines 5 15?

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  Passed 900
Posted by: mike5585 - 02-24-2009, 09:19 PM - Forum: CCNP ROUTE 300-101 - Replies (1)

I had 3 lab sims:

EIGRP summarization
OSPF multi-area stub configuration
ISIS/EIGRP redistribution
Along with two simlets

Finished with about 15 mins remaining. 

Primary study material:
Cisco Press BSCI
BSCI Lab Portfolio

GNS3 for labs

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  Router stuck in rommon
Posted by: grassroot - 02-24-2009, 01:23 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Hi. recently my router was (and still is) stuck in rommon. When it starts it gave out this message
flash: Compact flash not present

I thought i could install a new flash but there is not enough memory.
I am not sure what to do.

Any help, suggestions and guidance is most welcomed.

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  Passed the BCMSN, tougher than I thought.
Posted by: enoc - 02-24-2009, 12:02 AM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

The exam was tougher than I thought.  What made this tough was the 4 simlets, 2 were back to back and unlike any of the practice simlets on how2pass, there where also a few odd questions (good thing I read the whole book) but I finished with 22 minutes to spare.  I think I will take a few months and learn more stuff on the job then maybe take the BSCI later this year. 

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  Passed with a 987!!
Posted by: timkerr79 - 02-23-2009, 10:35 PM - Forum: CCNP TSHOOT 300-135 - Replies (5)

I really didn't find the test to be that difficult. I already knew my stuff, but H2P brought it all together as the final part of studying. I ran into the AAA simulation. I didn't run into the PPPoE simulation, however, there was a drag and drop that dealt specifically with PPPoE configuration. I had the SDM firewall testlet, and the SDM VPN testlet. I also had the testlet with all of the GRE tunnels with EIGRP running over it. There were only 59 questions. Not too bad. All in all, it was worth the $39 that I spent on H2P, and I will probably do the same thing with my final test, ONT.

Thanks H2P!

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  Passed BCMSN Today
Posted by: jeman022004 - 02-23-2009, 10:28 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

I passed the BCMSN exam today with a 901. I rushed to take the exam before my classes started for the spring semester about a week ago and failed with a 787. The recommendations from How2Pass on test scores before taking the exam are true. I studied voice and wireless extremely hard before the retake.

As for my exam experience, pretty much the same as previous posts (the HSRP simlet with the 40 different windows, the STP simlet similar to the one here, and the access switch simulator in the how2pass lab) Saw a few new questions, but how2pass pretty much had all of them covered. Definitely understand wireless and voice before taking the exam....

The pass renewed my CCNA. I think I'm going to finish the MCSE first and come back and take the next three for the CCNP.

Thanks again how2pass...

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  CCNA or CCDA - whats the difference?
Posted by: mattelvin - 02-23-2009, 12:19 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)


I have my CCNA, and want to continue through to my CCNP's, but can anyone tell me the fundamental differences between the NETWORK and DESIGN part of these Cisco cert's?

are there sims with CCDA? won't the CCDA cover the basics the same way in which the CCNA does?

any help would be appreciated before i start to get back on the Cisco 'horse' again. :o


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  Global Knowledge Boot Camp - How2Pass practice Exams - CCNA Exam
Posted by: sjones - 02-21-2009, 11:23 PM - Forum: General - Replies (2)

Hi.  I'm kind of new here at how2pass, so please forgive me if I ask a stupid question here or there.  I recently went thru the CCNA 5 day boot camp that global knowledge puts on in Dallas, TX.  The boot camp was great.  I really feel like I learned a lot about Cisco.  However, when I got back home and signed up for how2pass, I started taking the tests and realized that I didn't know nearly as much as I thought I did...  Smile  I'm curious if anyone else has went thru the CCNA boot camp via Global Knowledge and taken Cisco's CCNA test.  What were your thoughts on the global knowledge class, the practice exams here on this site, and the real exam?  Any feedback would be greatly appreciated as I've been studying several hours per day getting ready for my CCNA exam. 

I'm ready to have my CCNA cert!

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