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1  Cisco / CCIE / Passed the Written :) on: December 30, 2003, 08:22:54 AM
700 is passing marks out of 1000.

I need to see Darth & others feedback of having a good workbook for LAB... pls comments.
2  Cisco / CCIE / Passed the Written :) on: December 30, 2003, 05:05:13 AM
Thanks for congrats Haseeb, well i will at least give 10 months time for prep, I need some feed back for best lab preparing work book, and will try to build my home lab shared with my friend, this is really good news for people who are working in middle-east, that the lab is now so close to us with low cost traveling.

3  Cisco / CCIE / Passed the Written :) on: December 30, 2003, 04:15:10 AM
I have just passed the new format cciew exam with 77%, it was overall very fair exam, and topics were well balanced in each catagories covered in exam, used all known books Doyle/Halabi/Kenedy etc. what helped the most was ccie online resourse, BOSON test1 did help.

On to the LAB now.
4  Cisco / CCIE / CCIE R/S Written Exam Changed ? on: November 23, 2003, 09:36:13 AM
Refer to this link for more infor about ccie new written exam.;f=53;t=000189

5  Cisco / CCIE / CCIE written preparation question? on: October 08, 2003, 06:09:45 PM
TCPIP.... I am reading Doyle magic sets + above URL, most of the people who have passed the written says that the url's are the best prep after all it is cisco official content. Beside that Boson test 3 by Dennis is the one most feeded back among all other prep tests written for cciew exam... for LAB I am sure broad range of hands on expereince is required you have to spend at least 5 hours a day and estimate at least 8-10 months after passing your written exam.

I will probably buy the either ccbootcamp compenion book or ip expert lab work book to do the home practise... I can not say much more then that as i am still travelling on the same road where you are.

cheers and good luck for your exams.
6  Cisco / CCIE / CCIE written preparation question? on: October 08, 2003, 08:16:51 AM
just to add a link, what darth gave you the one at the below link is the outline, what you will be asked in the exam.

here is the online resource to read..

7  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / CSVPN exam passed on: September 30, 2003, 06:10:00 PM

I am glad you have passed!!! congrats!!!! good luck for rest of your exams...

8  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Cisco Safe exam (old or new) or CSIDS ? which one to go 1st ? on: September 30, 2003, 06:02:19 PM
hello Haseeb...

Safe exam is not hard, it is do able like others, when i gave this exam, I prepared only thru Safe SMR and some product sheets almost 75% of the exam within the SMR white paper, other questions were from these topic, without breaking NDA

- PIX models know them what is the limitation and where it fits. such as home/office, enterprise, branch office

- know the same above thing for the routers.
- same above for IDS sensors
- same above for concentrators
- know syslog and it's security
- know snmp and it's versions
- know trust model, what they are
- know rfc 1918 & 2827 just purpose and their deployment
- know crypto map (purpose)
- know signature actions
- know private vlan (basic purpose)
- know shunning & TCP resets

rest is in SMR read above all and make sure you know the concept very well, you may face a simulator question where you have to configure IPSEC with pre-shared key (very easy) go to cisco and find some example

few D&D questions easy from SMR

good luck to you and others.

9  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Yeah !! I got it !!! on: September 22, 2003, 10:59:16 AM
Hey congrats!!! and good luck for other exams.

10  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Passed 9e0-100 CSIDS on: September 16, 2003, 03:56:04 AM
Congratulation!!! Goodluck for the rest.
11  Cisco / CCDA/CCDP / Question on: September 09, 2003, 03:06:12 AM
I have an old CCNP track and I wanted to hit CCDP, what do I need exactly.

here are the exams what i have done earlier.
and my status is active till Sept 2004


Now my question is, those above exams can still be counted towards CCDP track?, If yes which exams do I have to sign?

12  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Mcns/csids on: September 08, 2003, 05:34:15 AM
better luck Man!! next time inshAllah, kick out!!!

13  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Got my CCSP today on: September 06, 2003, 03:40:42 PM
Thanks for congrats aalbugami, by the way where are you located in Saudi Arabia and where do you work, we may talk to each other and let me know if you need any help in CCSP, Haseeb, thanks for your input and yes I do work for an ISP in saudi arabia, I might be starting up QOS as it is also a day to day job here espacially when you work for an ISP QOS is must to know in practical environment, it gave me a good bit of exposure working in ISP operations environment, I am going to start CCIEw prep, what do you suggest me??? I have Doyle 1 & 2, Bassam Halabi BGP, Kenedy clark switching, Caslow BRS, is that enough??

need your input to start this chapter.

Cheers all of you.
14  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Got my CCSP today on: September 05, 2003, 11:51:43 AM
Haseeb, i am thinking to hit CCIP and then to CCIE, as broad range of metarial will be covered by CCIP and so on your base will be stronger when you sit for CCIE, what do you think?

15  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Got my CCSP today on: September 05, 2003, 04:24:36 AM
certification is a plus here for sure espacially CCSP+CCNP or CCIE lots of demand of those people who has expereince and these professional certifications, you can make 18k a month SR if you have 2 years + expereince with your CCIE and if you are security certified with your CCNP with 3+ years of expereince you will be ok here as well and can earn around 10k a month. but bayond everything luck plays a big role everywhere.

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