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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Roguetadhg View Post
    Do you have a copy of that single lab topology? I think that would perk everyone's (definitely mine!) interest
    Yes I do.. Can it be attached to a post here?


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    Quote Originally Posted by NetworkVeteran View Post
    The labs have (max) about twenty IP addresses and subnet masks to configure. If it's simply a matter of typing, even if you're a slow typer, this is a task that should take around 3-5 minutes. If it's taking you an hour, or even a quarter of an hour, perhaps it's a good thing you're getting extra practice subnetting and assigning IP addresses. The whole purpose of the lab is to provide practice so you're capable of doing these things quickly and efficiently!
    I may have exaggerated slightly on it taking me an hour, just want to get my point across. Either way, it's time faffing when i'd rather be spending the time learning the material i do not know (i know the subnetting perfctly well!)


    Againt, copying and pasting is time faffing i don't wnt to waste lol.

    I lke the sound of this script that has everything ready to rock when booting up, then all i need to do is look at the topology and get cracking on the objectives!
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    #28
    Here you go. Let me know if there are any issues with the file..Rename with .net extension..ccnp_route.doc


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    Thanks for the links to the lab manuals!
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    Bump. Thanks for link, I take route in 2 months.
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    Thanks for the links.
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    Is that the same as this? It appears to be but I just want to make sure.

    Amazon.com: CCNP ROUTE Lab Manual (Lab Companion) (9781587133039): Cisco Networking Academy: Books
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    Are the manuals in the links still relevant or have new lab manuals been produced?

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    #34
    Anyone know if they have any documents like this from Networking Acad for CCNA students? I'm using these documents now to study for my CCNP but would love some resources for the CCNA (for a friend who's interested..)
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    Thanks for the labs, I also saved the switch and tshoot ones to my HDD, never know when Cisco might remove them. Big thanks though, this information is invaluable. I have such a hard time coming up with labs for myself, I need a challenge and in order for that to happen the labs need to be thought of by someone else.
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    Thanks for the link! I have been using this lab manual to study over the past couple of months Does anyone have another lab manual? I have been searching for one for quite some time and this seems to be the only one that turns up. I even have a Safari Books subscription and can't find any.
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    gns3vault is a good repository and has some very good labs for all levels
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