CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, CCDP, CCIP, CCVP and CCIE
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I dont believe that this is a violation of the NDA...I am using IPExpert workbooks and study guides to help hone my skills for the actual lab.Lab 1 Proctor Guide indicates that "All Layer 2 and Layer 3 routing and switching should be pre-configured but the candidate should be aware of how to troubleshoot."My questions are: Does this only pertain to the IPexpert rack rental equipment or does this also pertain to the equipment in the actual lab? Is L2/L3 already established in the actual lab (albeit with possible mistakes, critical config information missing,etc)I want to practice as realistically as possible. If I need to build the L2/L3 infrastructure in the actual lab, then I want to practice doing it. But if I dont, then I will build it once and then then TFTP off my configs to reset my lab to a baseline after each iterationJeff
Actually, I would think revealing anything about the configuration in the lab would be an NDA violation. That said, I would just be prepared to do any configuration necessary, including layer 2 and and layer 3. I went in with the mindset that I may have to stick an IP on every device, configure every VLAN, etc.
Jeff (and James)I assume that information provided by a lab proctor in a discussion in the NetPro forum would not be a violation of NDA. So here is a quote that addresses your question:When you start the exam your routers and switches will have an initial configuration such IP addresses, hostnames, passwords. Depending of the exam you may have more pre-configuration. The 'General Guidelines' of the exam will state what you can change and what not can be changed. here is a link that gets you to that Ask The Expert which discussion CCIE R&S:http://forum.cisco.com/eforum/servlet/N ... /63HTHRick