chrisone wrote: »
1. Certification Guide by Odom, Cisco press v4
2. CCNP Books
3. CBT Nuggets
networker050184 wrote: »
I'm not sure about how much prior knowledge you have (not trying to insult your intelligence), but that list looks VERY light for the written. I'd at a minimum throw the Routing TCP/IP books on there and some Cisco Docs. The Odom book is nothing more than a lite review really, don't plan on it teaching you much of anything if you have already passed the NP. The NP books are good and I've been using them as a refresher, but most of them don't seem to go into the kind of depth I think you need. I could be wrong since I've never taken the exam, but I have read the v3 Odom book once and I can assure you I don't feel anywhere near ready for the written.
nel wrote: »
maybe time to buy an e-reader
Not sure what else is left to cover. But id like to see your book list there. Also good luck and we should all helo one another in our CCIE journey. Mine will start later in May/june. Right now I am focusing on the Booklist on my signature and mainly on the ASA stuff for work. Cheers!
qplayed wrote: »
I'm starting around june/july. I can't seem to find much information on preparing for written. Everyone seems to be hell bent on the lab portion(not that I blame them), I'm looking at Netmaster and INE recommended reading/books. Even at that its seems geared toward the lab portion.
While were on the subject. What do you guys think of Boson's CCIE Exam Sim for written as a preptool for the written exam?