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second attempt and I still need to do it again

Whew! What an exam!

The proctor is a 5-CCIE holder and have been writing various CCIE lab
exam in the last couple of years.

This round of exam is having the same difficulties as my previous
one. Some trade off happens: there is (supposed to be) no wrong configs
in there. Even with fewer number of total tasks, the solution to be put
up is not a simple tasks (hey, this is CCIE all about doesn't it???)

Some oddities happened:

  • BGP ASN is different between the config and the diagram. The
    proctor admits this is a mistake when the config was loaded -> I got
    extra time for changing the config into the correct one

  • IGP and BGP diagram was mixed up and creating a contradictory
    information amongst them. I informed the proctor that the BGP diagram
    exist in IGP and I though this is a mistake. The proctor was helpful to
    inform me to ignore the wrong one.

  • There is already a routing protocol setup in there, in full working
    configuration. However, there is no guide in the exam paper mentioning
    that this task required a migration from that routing protocol into
    another routing protocol. The newly-configured routing protocol is the
    one that the scenario is 'migrating' into. Lucky enough I pop-up this
    question to the proctor that informed me the scenario is supposed to be
    migrating between one routing protocol to another.

It turned out that I still need to further prepare my next CCIE lab

However, the result is not what I expected it would be. Some domain
areas are given total 0% whilst I strongly believe it was working fine
(I even verified it various times to ensure this is
what the question is after).

Unfortunately, since this is a self-funded CCIE preparation, the next
attempt I could go is after July this year. I have drained the budget
for this semester and the soonest availability of my budget is after

Meanwhile, I am doing all sorts of crazy scenarios for the sake of my
own curiosity. Who knows that those scenarios will be its own workbook
that I could share with the CCIE community.
I still have the habit of being a constructive instructor/teacher
anyway, so I hope my own 'workbook' would teach me gradually to be ready
from 'ground up' to be 'fully-credible' CCIE.

The tradeoff is: this workbook might be the long duration version of
CCIE-to-be. But, whoever uses it will have the choice of fast forwarding
to the level in areas that they need to pick up (just like me!).

This blog will never end, even after I got my multiple CCIE credentials
in the future ;)

CUE Database compacting

Tue, 22 Aug 2006 04:03:46 +0000
show sysdb /sw/info/filesys  — will show how much disk space is being used for voicemail. It will also show disk usage in percentage
To compact the database.
# offline
database compact

Lab 2

Thu, 06 Jul 2006 00:04:05 +0000
How to configure ATA for voice VLAN?
Set speed and duplex for all ports
Do we need to configure spanning tree port fast or not for ip phone ports on NM-16ESW? Yes, configure spanning tree for NM-16
To ...]

going for the lab date

Sun, 30 Mar 2008 10:39:20 +0000
I`m not so very motivated. Learning is quite hard. I had the time, that i could not configure the easiest things. I was confused about setting up frame-relay dlci`s. But this time has gone. I still have about some weeks to go. My lab date is not booked yet. My company was giving ...]

EIGRP Stub Leak Maps - Tutorial

Tue, 15 Jul 2008 23:12:26 +0000
While reviewing IEWB VOL 1 VER 5 labs, I discovered a new feature: EIGRP Stub with Leak Map. I spent some time researching the topic and found out a variation of the feature which is not explored in the workbook.
Here I’ll try to demonstrate EIGRP stub routing with leak map as well as what ...]


Wed, 19 Jul 2006 05:03:52 +0000
When you have a CMC and FAC enabled on a route pattern, you have to enter FAC first, before entering CMC code.
CMC codes do show up on CDR records (unlike FAC)

Sigur Ros - New Album Stream

Tue, 10 Jun 2008 13:45:17 +0000
I found this over on Damian Mulley’s blog. A definite must listen. Thanks for the heads up Damian.

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