Is this a good ccie written (350-001) study path?

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Four years ago I passed CCNP + 350-001. I then worked  on speed for
the lab, but life intervened and I took a long break from studying.

I'm making another go. I'm reading the Cisco configuration guides and
practicing everything using non-production routers and switches from
my workplace. As I encounter troubleshooting scenarios that prove I
lack understanding, I re-read bits and pieces from my large-but-dated
CCIE library: Doyle, Halabi, Caslow, Bruno... the works.

This is a good approach for the lab exam, but will this work for the
written exam? I know vlans, stp, bgp, ospf, etc. I'm scared of crazy
topics like RIFs, SRB, DEC Net, Appletalk, and Wirless (beyond the
basic ssid / wep stuff you learn from owning a home lan).

Thanks in advance  for any tips or hints.

Re: Is this a good ccie written (350-001) study path?

I recommend you "Actual tests 350-001".
I pass the CCIE drake on  30/12 easy (82%)  with the 13/12 version of
the PDF mentionned above.


On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 00:36:19 -0800, "hb350001@sogetthis.com"

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Re: Is this a good ccie written (350-001) study path?

I appreciate the tip, but I plan to pass my exam via legitimate means.
On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 10:57:55 +0100, newcomer@toto.fr wrote:

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Re: Is this a good ccie written (350-001) study path?

The 350-001 Blueprint doesn't mention SRB, DLSw+, DEC Net, or
Appletalk. Can I safely ignore re-studying these topics?

On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 09:39:58 -0800, "hb350001@sogetthis.com"

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