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    CCNP Labs Group Study

    TheDarkLord : I'll begin contributing when we move the the BCMSN part of the lab. Studying hard for the BCMSN exam. I'm starting off with BCMSN and they I'm going to be moving in to Layer 3. BSCI.
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    CCNP Labs Group Study

    Can the noobs please stop quoting large posts. Use the "Reply" button, instead of quote, unless you are directly replying to a specific post that is not just above yours.
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    My SNAF & SNAA Diary

    You might also try getting your hands on Cisco ASA: All-in-One Firewall, IPS, and VPN Adaptive Security Appliance by Jazib Farhim and Omar Santos. Price behind the book reads 80 USD/ 88 CAN, but I think it got it for close to or less than 50 USD from Amazon.com. The book is about 800 pages and that is my comprehensive source for the SNAF and SNAA exam, apart from the quick reference for SNAF and the CBT nuggets for SNAF (SNAA not out yet, I think). PS- Please don't PM asking me to share any of the above.
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    CCIE Security

    CCIE SECURITY TRACK Written Exam Blueprint v2.x The Security written exam (350-018) has 100 multiple-choice questions and is two hours in duration. The topic areas listed are general guidelines for the type of content that is likely to appear on the exam. Please note, however, that other relevant or related topic areas may also appear. 1. General Networking 1. Networking Basics 2. OSI Layers 3. TCP/IP Protocols 4. Switching (VTP, VLANs, Spanning Tree, Trunking, etc.) 5. Routing Protocols (RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP) 6. IP Multicast 2. Security Protocols, Ciphers and Hash Algorithms 1. RADIUS 2. TACACS+ 3. Ciphers RSA, DSS, RC4 4. Message Digest 5 (MD5) 5. Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) 6. EAP PEAP TKIP TLS 7. Data Encryption Standard (DES) 8. Triple DES (3DES) 9. Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 10. IP Security (IPSec) 11. Authentication Header (AH) 12. Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) 13. Internet Key Exchange (IKE) 14. Certificate Enrollment Protocol (CEP) 15. Transport Layer Security (TLS) 16. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 17. Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) 18. Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) 19. Generic Route Encapsulation (GRE) 20. Secure Shell (SSH) 21. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) 3. Application Protocols 1. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 2. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) 3. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) 4. Domain Name System (DNS) 5. Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) 6. Network Time Protocol (NTP) 7. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) 8. Syslog 4. Security Technologies 1. Packet Filtering 2. Content Filtering 3. URL Filtering 4. Authentication Technologies 5. Authorization technologies 6. Proxy Authentication 7. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) 8. IPSec VPN 9. SSL VPN 10. Network Intrusion Prevention Systems 11. Host Intrusion Prevention Systems 12. Event Correlation 13. Adaptive Threat Defense (ATD) 14. Network Admission Control (NAC) 15. 802.1x 16. Endpoint Security 17. Network Address Translation 5. Cisco Security Appliances and Applications 1. Cisco Secure PIX Firewall 2. Cisco Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) 3. Cisco VPN 3000 Series Concentrators 4. Cisco EzVPN Software and Hardware Clients 5. Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Firewall 6. Cisco Security Monitoring, Analysis and Response System (MARS) 7. Cisco IOS Firewall 8. Cisco IOS Intrusion Prevention System 9. Cisco IOS IPSec VPN 10. Cisco IOS Trust and Identity 11. Cisco Secure ACS for Windows 12. Cisco Secure ACS Solution Engine 13. Cisco Traffic Anomaly Detectors 14. Cisco Guard DDoS Mitigation Appliance 15. Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Security Modules (FWSM, IDSM, VPNSM, WebVPN, SSL modules) 16. Cisco Traffic Anomaly Detector Module & Cisco Guard Service Module 6. Cisco Security Management 1. Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM) 2. Cisco Router & Security Device Manager (SDM) 3. Cisco Security Manager (CSM) 7. Cisco Security General 1. IOS Specifics 2. Routing and Switching Security Features: IP & MAC Spoofing, MAC Address Controls, Port Security, DHCP Snoop, DNS Spoof. 3. NetFlow 4. Layer 2 Security Features 5. Layer 3 Security Features 6. Wireless Security 7. IPv6 Security 8. Security Solutions 1. Network Attack Mitigation 2. Virus and Worms Outbreaks 3. Theft of Information 4. DoS/DDoS Attacks 5. Web Server & Web Application Security 9. Security General 1. Policies - Security Policy Best Practices 2. Information Security Standards (ISO 17799, ISO 27001, BS7799) 3. Standards Bodies 4. Common RFCs (e.g. RFC1918, RFC2827, RFC2401) 5. BCP 38 6. Attacks, Vulnerabilities and Common Exploits - recon, scan, priv escalation, penetration, cleanup, backdoor 7. Security Audit & Validation 8. Risk Assessment 9. Change Management Process 10. Incident Response Framework 11. Computer Security Forensics
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    ccie lab pass

    lol obviously. But they certainly can fail the exam only because of Open Ended questions in the core knowledge section. :-/ And congrats to the OP on achieving the CCIE R&S cert.
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    [Free] Cisco 2621

    For router measurements just use google , use the search phrase "Dimentions of Cisco 2811 router" (obviously replace the model with w/e you need) and you won't even need to check the website, you'll get it in the summary itself. Should be the first or second result. You'll get the weight and exact dimensions.
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    CCSP Exams

    You can attempt any exam of the CCSP, but you won't be certified as a CCSP until you have your CCNA Security.
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    2811 ISR IOS Upgrade

    i.e the lic file ?
  9. c2800nm-adventerprisek9-mz.124-22.T.bin Hi folks I was planning on buying a used 2811 ISR. I was wondering if I can flash the router with c2800nm-adventerprisek9-mz.124-22.T.bin ? Does anyone know if I'll need to enter an activation code if I flash the router ? like the Pix ? Thanks a lot ReckleSS
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    CISSP or SCNS or CEH?

    CISSP - 15 / 10 SCNS - 4 / 10 CEH - 7 1/2 / 10
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    new jobs

    Where is the Job Location?? Sounds like somewhere in the Middle East - Probably Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Palestine area .
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    congratulation Email (Need help) CCNP

    Different people have different ways of studying. Just because you take one exam, then study for the next and take the exam and so on .. that doesn't mean the whole world must follow your path. In school, have you ever studied for 7 subjects the whole year and at the end, taken all 7 final exams (all being cumulative) in a space of 2 weeks ? Now apply the same logic here. I've seen people study for their CCIE Written and lab together. And then there are a whole different bunch that study exclusively for the written first, pass it and then study for the lab .. You can do it how ever you want to.
  13. Dude .. don't keep on starting new threads .. Just reply on you old one .. You probably need to learn how to read before planning on taking any cisco exam. Reread my reply to your post . And learn to read carefully instead of opening useless threads. http://www.sadikhov.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=155920 I've used a backslash in the pathname .. Not a forward slash.
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    gns3 error

    Yea, the solution is to configure the path to dynamips. Goto Edit > Preference > Dynamips and make sure the path pointing to dynamips is correct. This is usually the path C:\Program Files\GNS3\Dynamips\dynamips-wxp.exe .. but some times GNS3 has the default path pointed at \..\GNS3\dynamips-wxp.exe .