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I noticed cisco.com states that they no longer are testing IS-IS and ISDN in
the routing and switching lab. I also don't see it here
http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/ccie/rs/wr_exam_blueprint.html

This looks like they aren't testing for IS-IS or ISDN on the written, can
someone confirm?

Jamie



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I can't confirm, but while browsing the internet last night I saw that ISDN
simulators were flooding the market because they were no longer being used
for testing in CCIE.


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Hi, I passed it few days ago :-)

The first step for CCIE is : READ THE BLUEPRINT

Cisco will ask you EVERYTHING that is written in blueprint and nothing
else.


Giovanni
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La differenza tra un genio e uno stupido che il genio ha dei limiti.

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Technically, if you read the page:

"The topic areas listed are general guidelines for the type of content
that is likely to appear on the exam. Please note, however, that other
relevant or related topic areas may also appear."

ie they reserve the right to ask things outside the blueprint, which is
why you find technicall out-of-date questions turning up in exams.
However, they won't be hammering IS-IS and ISDN. Don't freak out at
Cisco if you get the odd question though.


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