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CCIE Routing & Switching Mock Lab Assessments

Mock Lab Assessments are designed to simulate the conditions in the actual CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam. The self-paced mock exams give you the flexibility to schedule simulations at your convenience, while still receiving a detailed score report and lab breakdown prepared by our highly skilled CCIE instructors. You will have two hours to complete the troubleshooting lab. After a 30-minute break, you will have six hours to complete the configuration lab. When the exam time has expired, your configurations will be graded by one of our CCIE instructors, and you will receive a detailed score report outlining your performance.

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Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Troubleshooting – 9 Tickets
21
Configuration
79
1. Layer 2 Technologies
12
1.1. Etherchannel
2
1.2. Trunking
3
1.3. Spanning-Tree Protocol
3
1.4. Layer 2 Filtering
2
1.5. Port Monitoring
2
2. IPv4
26
2.1. OSPF
2
2.2. OSPF
3
2.3. RIP
3
2.4. EIGRP
3
2.5. IGP Redistribution
3
2.6. BGP Advertisements
3
2.7. BGP Filtering
3
2.8. BGP Bestpath Selection
3
2.9. BGP Advertisements
3
3. IPv6
5
3.1. IPv6 Addressing
2
3.2. IPv6 Tunneling
3
4. MPLS VPN
10
4.1. Label Exchange
3
4.2. MPLS VPN
3
4.3. PE-CE Routing
4
5. IP Multicast
5
5.1. PIM
2
5.2. Multicast Testing
2
5.3. Multicast Forwarding
1
6. Security
6
6.1. Traffic Filtering
3
6.2. Traffic Filtering
3
7. Network Services
8
7.1. Logging
2
7.2. Traffic Statistics
3
7.3. HSRP
3
8. QoS
7
8.1. Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
3
8.2. Congestion Management
4

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 6

This lab is rated as easier than an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock lab 1 should be taken roughly 4 to 6 months before your actual lab date. This mock lab can be attempted after working through the IEWB-RS
Vol I labs and after viewing the IEATC-RS CoD. You should find this lab to be slightly easier than the real CCIE lab. If you are within the last
month of your lab date you can still attempt this lab but you should work to complete this lab within 4 to 5 hours.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Core Knowledge – 4 Questions
4
Troubleshooting – 8 Tickets
17
Configuration
79
1. Layer 2 Technologies
6
1.1. 802.1x
3
1.2. Broadcast Limiting
3
2. IPv4
23
2.1. OSPF
4
2.2. EIGRP
3
2.3. EIGRP
3
2.4. IGP Redistribution
3
2.5. BGP Summarization
3
2.6. BGP Bestpath Selection
3
2.7. BGP Bestpath Selection
4
3. IPv6
7
3.1. IPv6 Addressing
2
3.2. RIPng
3
3.3. IPv6 DNS
2
4. MPLS VPN
0
5. IP Multicast
12
5.1. IP Filtering
3
5.2. IGMP Filtering
2
5.3. IPv6 Multicast
3
5.4. IPv6 MLD
4
6. Security
9
6.1. Traffic Filtering
2
6.2. DoS Prevention
3
6.3. ZFW
4
7. Network Services
8
7.1. SNMP
3
7.2. SNMP
3
7.3. TCP Timers
2
8. QoS
14
8.1. Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
3
8.2. Congestion Management
3
8.3. Marking
3
8.4. Congestion Management
2
8.5. Per-VLAN Classification
3

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 7

This lab is rated as equal to an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock lab 2 and 3 should be taken roughly 2 to 3 months before your actual lab date. You should have already completed mock lab 1 and have done at least 4 or 5 IEWB-RS Vol II labs before attempting this lab. This mock lab is designed to be on the same difficulty level as the real CCIE lab. If you are within the last month of your lab date you can still attempt this lab but you should plan to complete this lab within 6.5 hours.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Troubleshooting – 7 Tickets
17
Configuration
79
1. Layer 2 Technologies
19
1.1. Redundancy
2
1.2. Redundancy
2
1.3. PPP
2
1.4. Layer2 Protocol Tunneling
3
1.5. EtherChannel
2
1.6. Spanning-Tree Protocol
2
1.7. Spanning-Tree Protocol
2
1.8. Spanning-Tree Protocol
2
1.9. Rate-Limiting
2
2. IPv4
24
2.1. OSPF
2
2.2. OSPF
2
2.3. OSPF
2
2.4. EIGRP
2
2.5. RIP
2
2.6. RIP
2
2.7. IGP Redistribution
4
2.8. BGP Advertisement
3
2.9. BGP Filtering
3
2.10. BGP Bestpath Selection
2
3. IPv6
5
3.1. IPv6 Addressing
2
3.2. IPv6 Tunneling
3
4. MPLS VPN
6
4.1. Label Exchange
2
4.2. VPNv4 BGP
2
4.3. Redistribution
2
5. IP Multicast
6
5.1. Stub Multicast
3
5.2. Broadcast Forwarding
3
6. Security
5
6.1. Traffic Filtering
2
6.2. Authorization
3
7. Network Services
10
7.1. SNMP
2
7.2. RMON
3
7.3. DHCP
3
7.4. Web Caching
2
8. QoS
4
8.1. WRED
2
8.2. NBAR
2

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 7

This lab is rated as equal to an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock lab 2 and 3 should be taken roughly 2 to 3 months before your actual lab date. You should have already completed mock lab 1 and have done at least 4 or 5 IEWB-RS Vol II labs before attempting this lab. This mock lab is designed to be on the same difficulty level as the real CCIE lab. If you are within the last month of your lab date you can still attempt this lab but you should plan to complete this lab within 6.5 hours.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Troubleshooting – 8 Tickets
17
Configuration
79
1. Layer 2 Technologies
17
1.1. Network Convergence
2
1.2. Spanning-Tree Protocol
3
1.3. Spanning-Tree Protocol
3
1.4. Hub-and-Spoke
3
1.5. Point-to-Point
3
1.6. PPP
3
2. IPv4
17
2.1. OSPF over Frame Relay
2
2.2. OSPF
4
2.3. OSPF
2
2.4. OSPF Authentication
2
2.5. OSPF Authentication
2
2.6. IGP Redistribution
3
2.7. BGP
2
3. IPv6
5
3.1. IPv6 Addressing
2
3.2. EIGRPv6
3
4. MPLS VPN
0
5. IP Multicast
7
5.1. PIM
3
5.2. IGMP
2
5.3. IGMP
2
6. Security
7
6.1. Traffic Filtering
2
6.2. Reflexive Access Lists
3
6.3. AAA
2
7. Network Services
14
7.1. File Management
3
7.2. SNMP Security
3
7.3. Configuration Management
3
7.4. RMON
3
7.5. NAT
2
8. QoS
12
8.1. WRED
2
8.2. Packet Classification
2
8.3. Packet Classification
2
8.4. Packet Classification
3
8.5. Packet Classification
3

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 9

This lab is rated as harder than an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock labs 4 should be taken within the last month of your actual lab date. These mock labs should only be attempted after you’ve
completed the IEWB-RS Vol II labs and at least a few of the IEWB-RS Vol III labs. These labs are designed to be tougher than the real CCIE lab so you should expect these labs to take the full 8 hours to complete. A score in the high 60s or above on these labs is considered to be a good score as the difficulty level is designed to be tougher than the real lab.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Troubleshooting – 9 Tickets
17
Configuration
79
1. Layer 2 Technologies
21
1.1. Core Switching
3
1.2. Layer 2 Features
3
1.3. Interface Configuration
2
1.4. Layer 2 QoS
3
1.5. Etherchannel
2
1.6. Multicast
3
1.7. PPP over Frame Relay
3
1.8. Frame-Relay
2
2. Layer 3 Technologies
44
2.1. OSPF
3
2.2. OSPF
3
2.3. RIP
3
2.4. EIGRP
3
2.5. RIP
3
2.6. Routing Redundancy
3
2.7. IGP Redistribution
2
2.8. IGP Redistribution
3
2.9. Traffic Engineering
3
2.10. BGP Bestpath Selection
4
2.11. BGP Tuning
2
2.12. PIM
3
2.13. IGMP Limiting
3
2.14. IPv6 Addressing
3
2.15. OSPFv3
3
3. Network Optimization
11
3.1. Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
3
3.2. TCP Optimization
2
3.3. NTP
4
3.4. DNS Resolution
2
4. Network Security
3
4.1. Traffic Filtering
3

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 8

This lab is rated as harder than an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock labs 4, 5, 6 and 7 should be taken within the last month of your actual lab date. These mock labs should only be attempted after you’ve
completed the IEWB-RS Vol II labs and at least a few of the IEWB-RS Vol III labs. These labs are designed to be tougher than the real CCIE lab so you should expect these labs to take the full 8 hours to complete. A score in the high 60s or above on these labs is considered to be a good score as the difficulty level is designed to be tougher than the real lab.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Troubleshooting – 7 Tickets
17
Configuration
79
1. Troubleshooting
2
1.1. Troubleshooting
2
2. Layer 2 Technologies
10
2.1. Port Aggregation
2
2.2. Trunking
2
2.3. ARP
2
2.4. Hub-and-Spoke
2
2.5. PPPoFR
2
3. Layer 3 Technologies
45
3.1. OSPF
3
3.2. EIGRP
2
3.3. RIP
2
3.4. Default Routing
3
3.5. IGP Redistribution
4
3.6. Summarization
2
3.7. PIM
3
3.8. RP Assignments
3
3.9. RP Assignments
3
3.10. BGP Peering
4
3.11. BGP Bestpath Selection
4
3.12. IPv6 Addressing
2
3.13. IPv6 over Frame Relay
2
3.14. IPv6 Addressing
2
3.15. RIPng
2
3.16. OSPFv3
2
3.17. IPv6 Redistribution
2
4. Network Optimization
18
4.1. Congestion Management
3
4.2. IPv6 QoS
3
4.3. Switch QoS
3
4.4. SNMP
3
4.5. TCP RTT
3
4.6. DHCP
3
5. Network Security
4
5.1. Lock-and-Key
2
5.2. Access-list Logging
2

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 8

This lab is rated as harder than an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock labs 4, 5, 6 and 7 should be taken within the last month of your actual lab date. These mock labs should only be attempted after you’ve
completed the IEWB-RS Vol II labs and at least a few of the IEWB-RS Vol III labs. These labs are designed to be tougher than the real CCIE lab so you should expect these labs to take the full 8 hours to complete. A score in the high 60s or above on these labs is considered to be a good score as the difficulty level is designed to be tougher than the real lab.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

Section Summaries

Topic
Value
Troubleshooting – 9 Tickets
17
Configuration
66
1. Layer 2 Technologies
7
1.1. Broadcast Propagation
4
1.2. Broadcast Filtering
1
1.3. PPP
2
2. Layer 3 Technologies
32
2.1. OSPF
3
2.2. OSPF
3
2.3. OSPF
2
2.4. OSPF
3
2.5. OSPF
3
2.6. IGP Redistribution
3
2.7. BGP Peering
2
2.8. NLRI Origination
2
2.9. BGP Aggregation
2
2.10. BGP Aggregation
2
2.11. Bidirectional PIM
3
2.12. RIPng
2
2.13. IPv6 Tunneling
2
3. Network Optimization
22
3.1. Frame Relay Traffic Shaping
3
3.2. Traffic Policing
2
3.3. Two Rate Policer
3
3.4. WAN Polling
3
3.5. IOS Menu
3
3.6. HSRP
2
3.7. Network Redundancy
3
3.8. Stateful NAT
3
4. Network Security
5
4.1. Local Authorization
3
4.2. Traffic Accounting
2

Lab Overview

Lab Difficulty: 10

This lab is rated as harder than an actual CCIE™ lab exam.

When Should You Take This Lab?

Mock labs 4, 5, 6 and 7 should be taken within the last month of your actual lab date. These mock labs should only be attempted after you’ve
completed the IEWB-RS Vol II labs and at least a few of the IEWB-RS Vol III labs. These labs are designed to be tougher than the real CCIE lab so you should expect these labs to take the full 8 hours to complete. A score in the high 60s or above on these labs is considered to be a good score as the difficulty level is designed to be tougher than the real lab.

Lab Overview

This lab scenario is a mock lab exam designed to simulate the conditions of Cisco® Systems’ CCIE™ Routing and Switching
Lab exam. This lab should be completed within eight and a half hours. The only resource that should be used while configuring this lab is the Cisco® documentation set. This document is available in both CD format and online at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/.

Lab Instructions

  • Prior to starting, ensure that the initial configuration scripts for this lab have been applied.
  • Refer to the attached diagrams for interface and protocol assignments. Any reference to ‘X’ in an IP address referes to your rack number, while any reference to ‘Y’ in an IP address refers to your router number.
  • Upon completion, all devices should have full IP reachability to all networks in the routing domain, including any networks generated by the backbone routers unless explicitly specified.

Lab Do’s and Don’ts

  • Do not change or add any IP addresses from the initial configuration unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change any interface encapsulations unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not change the console, AUX or VTY passwords or access methods unless otherwise specified.
  • Do not use any static routes, default routes, default networks, or policy routing unless otherwise specified.
  • Save your configurations often.

Questions

Feel free to ask the proctor questions during this mock lab exam, and during the actual CCIE™ lab exam. Keep in mind that the proctor will not give you the answer to a question in the exam, nor will they confirm whether your solution to a task is valid. The only type of help that the proctors are allow to give you is clarification of the actual exam questions, and any issues relating to hardware problems. In order to properly simulate the conditions of the CCIE™ Lab exam the instructors of this class will only answer clarification questions during the exam.

Grading

A score of 80 points is required to pass this mock exam. A task must work 100% with the rquirements given in order to be awarded the points for that section. No partial credit is awarded. If a section has multiple possible solutions, choose the solution that best meets the requirements.

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