And now it's time to change gears with an IE lab. I'm doing all the ones straight from the "recommended lab studying" from their resources page.

7:05am lab started

7:26am initial diagrams complete

7:55am final diagrams and readthrough complete--I may complete a mcast diagram later

8:04am troubleshooting complete, 2 points

8:12am 1.1 complete, 3 points

8:14am 1.2 complete, 2 points

8:32am 1.3 complete. It took me a bit to get inarp figured out. Needed a multipoint interface along with the interface-dlci command. Switching from subinterface p to m required a reboot as well., 2 points

8:36 1.4 complete, 2 points

Section 1 and troubleshooting complete. 11 of 11 points

8:41 2.1 complete, 3 points

8:53 2.2 complete, 4 points

9:00 2.3 complete, 3 points

9:02 2.4 complete, 2 points

9:12 2.5 complete, 4 points

Bridging and Switching complete, 16 of 16 points, 27/27 total

9:21 3.1 complete, 3 points

9:25 3.2 complete, 3 points

9:35 3.3 complete, 2 points

9:37 3.4 complete, 2 points

9:40 3.5 complete, 2 points

9:49 3.6 complete, 2 points

9:59 3.7 complete, 3 points

10:14 3.8 complete, 3 points

IGP complete, 20 points, 47/47 total

12:27 pingtests complete. A couple of redis conn needed and all was well

11:06 4.1 complete, 2 points

11:54 giving up on task 4.2. In the real lab I would have moved on much faster

11:59 task 4.3 complete, 3 points

12:02 task 4.4 complete, 3 points

BGP complete, 8/10, 55/57 total

Taking lunch

12:22 back from lunch

12:28 task 5.1 complete, 3 points

12:52 task 5.2 complete, 3 points

12:58 task 5.3 complete, 2 points

1:00 task 5.4 complete 1 point

1:07 task 5.5 complete, 2 points

Multicast complete, 12/12, 67/69 total

I'm pretty comfortable with IPv6 so I'm going to skip it

1:14 task 7.1 complete, 3 points

1:22 task 7.2 complete, 2 points

1:39 giving up on task 7.3, how to set the queue depth

2:04 task 8.1 complete, 3 points

2:09 task 8.2 complete, 3 points

2:17 task 9.1 complete, 3 points

2:19 task 9.2 complete, 3 points

2:29 skipping task 10.1, no idea

2:30 skipping task 10.2, no idea

Lab complete, 84/100. Barely passed, but I skipped IPv6 which would have been a relatively easy 7 points

Here's what I missed

Task 4.2--neighbor x.x.x.x remote-private-as

Task 5.2--I needed to use ip pim rp-announce-filter rp-list x group-list y on R1

Task 7.3--I should have trusted my instincts, it used the shape max-buffers command

Task 8.1--I should have used the established keyword on the telnet access list.

Task 8.2--I didn't even think of using a VACL

Task 10.1--Transport preferred non fixes the annoying dns lookup issues

Task10.2--I stink at privilege levels. Learned a little more though.

## Sunday, February 3, 2008

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