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CCIE SP STUDY GROUP

Thu Jun 19, 2014 11:34 am

Hi

i want to invite yall to join sp group with me ,

here i will share everything free real labs and we will aslo be able to solve each others queries

regards

dan

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Re: CCIE SP STUDY GROUP

Sat Aug 30, 2014 8:50 am

Hi dan007,
I am planning to go for service provider track of Cisco. I am searching for study guides of Ccna and ccna of sp . Can you help on this.
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Re: CCIE SP STUDY GROUP

Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:00 pm

shun wrote:Hi dan007,
I am planning to go for service provider track of Cisco. I am searching for study guides of Ccna and ccna of sp . Can you help on this.
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Re: CCIE SP STUDY GROUP

Fri Oct 03, 2014 4:18 pm

DEAR I NEED HELP ME..?


In the ER effect Colgate IP segment 186.166.131.0/28 known in the VRF BGP DM-COL through PED76CAN03, however not in the same VRF segment 200.6.27.0/24 it is observed that owns the IP destination peer.

· The peer 200.6.27.0/24 containing the destination is in the Global routing table that is through which all Internet routing table is known as it is this which communicates with the IR, this table overall no known 186.166.131.0/28 through the developing countries but by a / 24 as published in the IR Null.

· Under the above scenario if the ASA M2M try to create the tunnel against traffic 200.6.27.X hit the ER in the VRF-COL DM who does not have the destination in the routing table so it will use the default route and flow eventually be discarded. In the opposite direction to get the traffic originated by the 200.6.27.X the ICOR for the IP 186.166.131.4 will treat routed by having the IR / 24 segment pointing to a Null0.

· You need to know the global table for 186.166.131.0/28 in this manner will be announced to the IR and ICOR this route more specifically achieving traffic so that segment is sent to the ER.

· It is necessary that the VRF DM-LOC 200.6.27.X to know the traffic is sent to the ICOR and this is finally routed.

 
      From the above it follows that such selective imports and exports from the VRF to the global table and vice versa are necessary.

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Re: CCIE SP STUDY GROUP

Wed Oct 08, 2014 10:55 pm

Hi There ,

I gave written exam for CCIE SP on 1st of october and i got failed. i referred dumps like actualtests and testking which helped me for only 10 questions in the actual exam , if there are any new updates please let me know.


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