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    Default SWITCH Passed (another one)

    Passed SWITCH today. I did have an issue on a sim that I didnt have last week. It was the same sim, but it would not take a command like it did last time. I did everything else required and left a comment. Last week it worked so I dont know what the deal is there.

    Considering I've taken this test twice, a week apart, my recommendation is this: Dont skip studying anything. Each version I took was very different; items on one were not on the other and vise verse. Some items were on both. Just goes to show you dont know what your going to get so you better cover your bases.

    Used FLG, OEG, and lots of labbing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *BB* View Post
    Passed SWITCH today. I did have an issue on a sim that I didnt have last week. It was the same sim, but it would not take a command like it did last time. I did everything else required and left a comment. Last week it worked so I dont know what the deal is there.

    Considering I've taken this test twice, a week apart, my recommendation is this: Dont skip studying anything. Each version I took was very different; items on one were not on the other and vise verse. Some items were on both. Just goes to show you dont know what your going to get so you better cover your bases.

    Used FLG, OEG, and lots of labbing.
    congrats, on to route, keep the momentum going, Cisco is just a means to an end and shouldnt be taken as if it was be all end all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tndfr View Post
    congrats, on to route, keep the momentum going, Cisco is just a means to an end and shouldnt be taken as if it was be all end all.
    good luck
    Thanks. Yeah, I need to keep it going. I want to try and get my NP by late fall, early winter. I'm going to go back to college this fall, which is going to be a PITA while working full time and I'm really not trying to do all three at once if I can.
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    Great job! It looks like friday was a good day for those taking the SWITCH exam. The ROUTE one is a little more straight forward AND you can use Dynamips/GNS3 for labs just in case you don't have the physical gear. Keep up the great work and keep us posted on Route!
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    Quote Originally Posted by down77 View Post
    Great job! It looks like friday was a good day for those taking the SWITCH exam. The ROUTE one is a little more straight forward AND you can use Dynamips/GNS3 for labs just in case you don't have the physical gear. Keep up the great work and keep us posted on Route!
    Thanks. I like physical equipment, and so does my cat appartently

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    Congrats!

    Nice rack, mind going through what you have there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 416_guy View Post
    Congrats!

    Nice rack, mind going through what you have there?
    Sure thing. Starting from the top:

    ASA 5505
    Orange female cat-PITA model
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    Puttehkat say: I r in ur netwurk sniffing ur packets:P

    Nice lab between, I just recently added an ASA 5505, and was surprised that alot of the features are disabled, and need to pay for them to activate it...
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    Mine too. Have to get the security plus license to really unlock it. Still fun to play with though.
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    BB: Nice toys! Similar to my rack but I used more 3640s rather than 2650XM/2651XM series gear along with a few 1800/2800s. Unfortunately due to travel (and power bills) I opted to sell the majority of the lab and use GNS3 on my laptop. I'm with you, I prefer to have physical gear to play with but at times its difficult.

    BTW, I dont recommend trying route redistribution with the Orange C.A.T model. It tends to throw packets and shred data at an alarming rate!
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