You get an erasable board and a marker so you can write stuff down.
(It's usually a bit bigger then DIN A4)
One of the top tips for the CCNA exam is to write down a subnetting table before starting the exam
I was wondering if doing that was legal or not.
I could walk in with a blank piece of paper and draw out subnet and binary conversion tables on it before starting the exam then?
No you cant just walk in with a piece of paper,it all depends on the testing centre,some refuse to give you a pad and pen as they only offer the borad and marker.
you best bet is to ring around a few testing centres and find out whats on offer