Iristheangel wrote: »
I use IPExpert's rack rentals. A lot more availability. The Technology racks from proctorlabs would probably be all you need for CCNP DC level. You could also save a little money using the UCS Emulator and some of the features on VIRL but you still need to get your hands on some Nexus and MDS to pass the CCNP DC thus the rack rentals
KingWiiWii wrote: »
Thanks man I'll have a look.
They are expensive price starts from 500 bucks. Thats alot more then INE.
d4nz1g wrote: »
I sat for the DCUFI exam about a month or two ago, all I can say is that you must have solid hands on experience on both Nexus and MDS platforms. If you work on a cisco partner, you can get access to PEC labs, there you will find about 90% of the technologies covered on DCUFI.