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I'm about to start studying for the CCSP, and I'm just looking for a
recommended equipment list so that I can build up in a rack.

I've seen this discussion before here but since its nearly two years
old, I thought I'd just check again in case any exams updated since use
different equipment

http://groups.google.ie/group/alt.certification.cisco/browse_thread/thread/445b38a558748f5e/0c9a75bc6698f614?lnk=st&q=ccsp+equipment&rnum=3#0c9a75bc6698f614

Cheers..


Re: CCSP equipment list
On Sun, 03 Dec 2006 12:09:27 -0800, yorke.thom wrote:

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Your best bet is to see what relevant equipment is listed for the CCIE
sercurity lab exam, including what code versions.

If you dont want to pay the money, you can always do online rack rentals.

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Surely the CCIE would require a lot more equipment for study purposes
than the CCSP.

I've done the CCNP already, so I'm fairly Cisco literate.


Re: CCSP equipment list
If you happen to work for a cisco partner, you should check out the PEC
(Partner E-learning Center a la http://www.cisco.com/go/pec) which has
a number of lab scenarios available to you that include real-live Cisco
equipment -- you don't have to follow their labs, just their network
topology, otherwise you can do what you want with the kit in the time
you've got it checked-out.

If you don't work for a Cisco partner, you're going to have to drop
some heavy coinage to get all the gear you need.

Best of luck!

-C

On Dec 4, 4:51 am, yorke.t...@gmail.com wrote:
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Re: CCSP equipment list
On Mon, 04 Dec 2006 02:51:28 -0800, yorke.thom wrote:

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yes , the ccie requires more equipment, but there's no rule that says you
can't use a ccie security lab to study for individual ccsp exams.
think outside the box.

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On Dec 3, 8:09 pm, yorke.t...@gmail.com wrote:
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The CSPFA course for the PIX is now redundant, and has been replaced
with the SNPA which tests on PIX OS 7x, therefore the PIX 501 can no
longer be used
for the CSSP since it can only use PIX OS 6x. I'm not too sure about
the 515, but worth checking.


Re: CCSP equipment list
On Dec 4, 1:25 pm, smok...@googlemail.com wrote:
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Cheers, checked that, and yes the 515 does support 7.0, which is good
as I have
access to one.


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