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  1. Does anybody know of any good design case studies to use for design practice material? TIA
  2. jayped

    Limiting user's bandwith

    An easy way to do it is by creating a seperate class-map for each user matching on an ip address. Then in your policy-map reserve a 6th of the bandwidth in each class. This though requires that the ip adresses are somewhat fixed otherwise you have to create a great deal of classes. The CBWFQ first kicks in when congestion occurs so, and uptil then the bandwidth is available to anyone who requires it.
  3. Has anybody tried the Service Provider v3 LAB exam yet. If so, what's your impression of it? Regards,
  4. Hi, Can anybody help me with an IOS XR equivalent to IOS 'show ip mroute proxy'? Regards,
  5. Hi! Do any of you have some old practice tests for the retired 640-915 METRO exam? I need some material to assess my weak spots in the SONET/SDH theory? Even some of the crappy braindump vendors will do (I'm supposing it's somewhat legitimate when the test is retired?).
  6. jayped

    Legacy technologies

    Jaja, legacy når man er kommet på da "ren" WDM vandt indpas I'll save the specific questions for later, since I'm missing a great deal of the big picture of the topics. Wavelength multiplexing makes somewhat sense to me, but that whole synchronicity, and multiplexing different types for circuits E1/T1's, E3/T3's, STM-x/STS-x and being able to separate them again at different ADMs is kinda hard for me to understand. Well, not hard, but in mind it would seem you'd have to waste a lot of bandwidth serving different kinds of circuit types due to that whole digital hierarchy.
  7. jayped

    Legacy technologies

    Hi guys, Being a novice in legacy technologies like DSx, T1/E1 and T3/E3, ATM and so on - where do I go to get a thorough knowledge on the techs (just theory, no hands on). I've been looking at the recommended reading list for the CCIE SPv3, but I cannot seem to find anything covering it good enough. Thanks in advance and happy new year!
  8. Hi, I've been trying out dynagens support for OC3 POS interface, and got them to work with basic HDLC encapsulation. However I can't seem to get them to work with PPP encapsulation? Anybody had any luck with this? Basically the config is: interface POS4/0 encapsulation ppp mtu 1500 ip address crc 32 clock source internal pos framing sdh ! There's no authentication or anything.. Did a packet capture on the link with ppp, but only sent packets were captured. However the ppp debugging on the router saw some 'too small' packets captured.. Any clues?
  9. Hi, I'm beginning to read up on a bit of the new CCIE SP v3 topics, and was wondering if any of the guys who've passed the CCIE SP can tell me how much theoretical knowledge one must have in regards to Packet over SONET. Should it just be how to configure the specific features, or should you know all the framing, scrambler features and so on from the back of your head? Best regards,
  10. Oh - didn't pay attention to the include part.. Doh!
  11. From the config it seems you haven't set any specific bandwidth reservation on the interface? You tried that?
  12. jayped

    CCIE journey finally complete..

    Thanks. Well my journey began back in 2007 where I started to work for an ISP doing MPLS VPN based networks, prior to starting there I had done my CCNA and was almost done with my CCSP (was working mostly with firewalls before the ISP job ). While finishing my CCSP I started to look more towards the routing stuff, since I was working where I was. So in august 2008 I tried the written test for the first time and passed it. From then I started labbing on a physical lab provided by the company I work for. At first I did INE vol. 2 labs. In January 2009 i attended the CCIE 1 bootcamp at Global Knowledge in the UK. In august 2009 I had the opportunity to try the v4 beta written test - and since I still didn't feel ready for the lab I used this to renew my written test. After doing a lot of INE labs and still wasn't feeling sure on (mostly) my troubleshooting skills I joined the CIERS Essentials course. This I found very rewarding as I've mention earlier. For video's I've seen the CCIE360 CIERS VoD. Unfortunately these aren't covering all materials. I know INE has some great video and KnowledgeNet has some excellent e-learning courses on Multicast, BGP, MPLS and QoS. Jeremy of CBT is also worth mentioning. For reading... uhm, I went through quite a lot (all from Cisco Press): CCNA and CCNP certification library's, Routing TCP/IP Vol. 1 + 2, Troubleshooting IP routing protocols, CCIE Routing & Switching Cert. Guide (v4), Cisco Express Forwarding, Building Resilient IP Networks, MPLS Configuration on Cisco IOS Software, Deploying IPv6 Networks, Cisco Access Control Security, Cisco Router Configuration Handbook, Cisco Switch configuration handbook and Cisco LAN Switching. Well, some of them more than others - my favorites being MPLS config and Deploying IPv6 those are great books, and ofcause the famous Routing TCP/IP. The lab exam I can't say much about obviously . But what I can say is that the technologies aren't more difficult than what's done in so many practice labs, the hard part is that they're not asking as specificly as many test-vendors are. So in the end you start getting really paranoid thinking 'Am I understanding this correctly, or are they really asking for something different' Towards the end I was almost about to change a whole lot of things just because of this. @vijay_poonia : I had about 6h20m for my config part - had extra 20 minutes from the tshooting section. I spend approximately 5 hours configuring the lab and the last approx. 80 minutes verifying, asking further questions, etc. @Darby Weaver, Lord Flashhart, MadVillain, SunFish: Thanks a million, I appreciate it.
  13. jayped

    CCIE journey finally complete..

    Thanks, yes I believe that it's the best path.. You get some great insight in what to look for when verifying your configs. And CCIE360 troubleshooting is WAY harder than in the real lab, but in my opinion the 360 TS is not real-world-ish. Heh! Ja den er ret sparsom - ikke lige det jeg har prioriteret allerhøjest under mine studier
  14. jayped

    CCIE journey finally complete..

    Okay then - I got the nice "semi-round" number 26850.
  15. Hi Guys, Just wanted to share with you all, that my CCIE journey has ended yesterday where I finally managed to succeed in the CCIE lab exam. I has taken about 2 1/2 years of hard study, but in the end it was the CCIE360 course that did the most for me. So now it's time to relax!