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Questions weren't so bad this time, and time didn't come into play as it had
on my last attempt.  But I got nailed with a sim on NAT.  Ended with a 788.
I try again in a few weeks.  If I don't get divorced by then.




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Steve C wrote:
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it had
a 788.

A NAT SIM?  Yikes!  I've been colating the sorts of SIMS I could expect
to see on the 640-801.  This is the first I've heard of a NAT SIM.  Was
it a troubleshooting one or a configuration one?



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Care to share your colation to date with the group?

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It's not very well formatted but here it is.  It's basically excerpts
I've copied from various newsgroup postings from this group,
cramsession.com, the CCNA prep centre and a few others (I guess I'll be
adding NAT as well, but would still like some more info)
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On the exam I had 2 simulations, one involving setting up a 2950 switch
with
ip addr, default gateway and the other involved rip faultfinding on 3
routers.

There were 2 sims.First was rip troubleshooting.Second was ACL

On the sim side they say do not spend more than 10 mins on each one
thas very hard if you get a tough one, read everything for the sim
carefully, I got a OSPF network problem which took me 15 mins it was
only at the end I saw the third problem. you will know if you have the
sim done correctly as you will be able to ping through to all routers

3 of which were sims
1- Set Access-list on Router to prevent telnet access from 2 other
networks
connected to routers.
2- Company hires consultant to configure 3 routers and now none of them
can
talk to each other and no routing takes place.  Fix it.
3 - Add a static route to an interface and bring up the interface.

Sims: 2 sims - 1 ospf and 1 rip

The sims were easy. but I did take time on the ospf one. The question
was simple but expecting a tougher question I was trying to work out
complex stuff there. Finally, I did figure out that the answer was just
a two line one. The second was a walk in the park. It is very important
that you get the SIMS right!. otherwise the chances of passing are slim

My very first question was a vlan simulation test with a twist called
vtp. It was a great question!

I hav to configure the switch with STP but i hav to know the domain
name of the other switch.

3 simulations that consist of rip, access-list and troubleshooting.



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Steve C wrote:
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Hang in there, you will not get divorced. Yet. You might though, when
you are going for the CCIE, if its any consolation, this one's breaking
my back... ;-)


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One other person in my boot camp had the NAT sim... was this one of
the first 10 questions? My teacher said that it's very likely that
it's a "beta" question, which Cisco puts near the beginning of the
test. Personally, I think the beta questions are just there to freak
you out ;)



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malweth wrote:
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I also got the NAT sim question when I took the CCNA last night. It was
about in the middle of the exam.


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I took mine Friday, it was also in the middle.

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