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Breaking News:

1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:






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(12-22-2017, 02:24 PM)plz share dump Speedys Wrote: Breaking News:

1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:




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(12-22-2017, 02:24 PM)Speedys Wrote: Breaking News:

1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:
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(12-22-2017, 02:24 PM)Speedys Wrote: Breaking News:

1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:

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(12-22-2017, 02:24 PM)Speedys Wrote: We'll see.. l


1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:




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(12-22-2017, 02:24 PM)Speedys Wrote: Breaking News:

1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:


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(12-22-2017, 02:24 PM)Speedys Wrote: Breaking News:

1 guys pass ccie lab on H3 CFG.

we just shared the latest CCIE Lab  H3 CFG

Spoto 100% means I followed Spoto solution exactly, I cannot say it is 100% correct, because if you pass the Lab, you will not get a score report, you will get only your CCIE number J
 
Section 1.1: Spoto 100%

Section 1.2: Spoto 100%
Pay attention very carefully to L2 diagram which has the info of LACP port-channel, in order to avoid any mistake, Po1 and Po2 must be used, some sites, the distribution switches using eth2/0-1 on both, some are using eth2/0-1 and eth2/2-3, and not always eth2/0-1 means Po1, it might be Po2, and vice versa, so again L2 Diagram is very important
 
Section 1.3: Spoto 100%
dont forget to disable trunking negotiation between SW300 and SW301 on the port where Vlan 3001 is used
 
Section 1.4: Spoto 100%
Except that I used "mtu 1492" instead of "ip mtu 1492", however it was not asked in the exam to configure mtu, most of cisco resources I had in my notes saying use "mtu 1492"

More H3 CFG Feedback Details:

TNK
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