Sett wrote: »
Mine is scheduled for the end of January. Wanted to pass it in 2012, but oh, well...
tigerplug wrote: »
April 29th for me - R&S that is.
Tony I also dug up my notes from CiscoLIve for the TSHOOT section and here
is what Bruno said:
In the troubleshooting section
- Do NOT remove any feature preconfigured
- Instead RESOLVE the misconfiguration
Examples: ACL, PBR, CoPP, MQC, etc
The MOST common reason to fail TSHOOT is removing configurations!!
Don't disable the feature, fix it!
HSRP, ACL, CoPP, etc!
Don't disable any functionality - FIX IT
Don't create new CLASS MAP's in tshoot, just find, identify and resolve
issue with existing configuration.
could be "match any" vs "match all" in the class map
Something we can do as a temporary step is to remove the feature, see if
that fixes the issue, put it back, and then resolve the issue
TSHOOT = Identify and Correct
down77 wrote: »
I can give a +1 to many of those. Do NOT remove any configuration. You are allowed to change/fix the problem but unless it specifically says you can remove something, it must stay in.
show run | inc access|class-|policy-|control|route-| is your friend.
Do not overlook the obvious... Is my ip/subnet correct? Am in in the right vlan? is routing enabled? Is multicast routing enabled? Is ip cef enabled? Did I use the right type of forwarding protocol? Do I have the necessary interface configuration enabled? (can't elaborate on this without breaking NDA)
The shoot segment was a lot of fun, but very fast paced! DO NOT lost track of time
Zartanasaurus wrote: »
4 months after originally promised, INE finally releases their 3rd TS graded lab. Price lowered to 30 tokens.CCIE R&S Graded Troubleshooting Labs Update
vertex wrote: »
yah. the tshoot is brutal and feels like you have a gun to your head for that two hours.
NOC-Ninja wrote: »
Im going attempt again in 6 months. Im still studying everyday for 3-4hrs and 8hrs on the weekend.
Im not looking for another job until I passed the CCIE.