Do not configure any static/default routes unless otherwise specified/required. Use DLCIs provided in the diagram.
Use the IP addressing scheme provided in the diagram; do not change any IP addressing unless otherwise specified. In the CCIE Lab, initial configurations are loaded, and therefore IP addresses are not to be changed. In this book, each chapter has a separate lab topology with different IP addressing, so each chapter needs to be recabled and all IP addresses need to be redone from the previous chapter.
Use cisco as the password for any authentication string, enable-password, and TACACS+/RADIUS key or for any other purpose unless otherwise specified.
Add additional loopbacks as specified during this lab. Configure VLANs on Switchl as per the diagram.
All routers should be able to ping any interface in the network using the optimal path.
Do not use any external resources or answers provided in this book when attempting the lab.
Configure fallback for any of the AAA questions below to the local database. If you don't, you will lose all points for that question.
Do not configure any authentication or authorization on the console and aux ports.
The real CCIE lab exams are hands-on structures similar to this book. Each configuration exercise has preassigned point values. The candidate must obtain a minimum mark of 80% to pass. This book provides you with a similar structure to give you a better understanding and experience. For more information on CCIE exam structure, refer to the following URLs:
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