I'm looking to add a couple or 3 more books to my CCIE library. I've got pretty much all the heavy hitters....Doyle I&II, Solie I&II, Halabi, and LAN Switching by Clark & Hamilton. I just recently took the 350-001 2.0 exam and failed by 14. Knowing I've got some additional work to do, I figured I needed some additonal resources. I don't want to go wild buying books, but after taking another look at the Cisco book list for CCIE, I came up with this additional titles:
Cisco BGP-4 Command and Configuration Handbook (Parkhurst, ISBN#158705017X) Cisco Catalyst QoS: Quality of Service in Campus Networks (Flannagan, Froom, Turek: Cisco Press) Troubleshooting IP Routing Protocols (CCIE Professional Development Series) (Aziz, Liu, Martey, Shamim, ISBN# 1587050196) Troubleshooting Remote Access Networks (CCIE Professional Development) (Nedeltchev, ISBN# 1587050765)
And not on the Cisco list but one I have been looking at:
IP Telephone Self Study Cisco QOS Exam Certification Guide (Exam 642-642) Wendell Odom, Michael Cavanaugh Cisco Press, Hardcover, 2nd Bk&CD edition, Published November 2004, 730 pages, ISBN 1587201240
I was wanting to get the opinion of some of you more experience folks about the usefulness of these titles, or whether some further digging in what I've got might prove to be OK.
Thanks in advance,