I've got some question for those of you who have taken the CCIE Routing and Switching lab test RECENTLY (since version 3 came out). These are in no particular order:
Is ISDN knowlege tested? If so, what/how is ISDN emulated in the lab? Any in particular to what out for?
Is there any dial-up or dial-on-demand routing to work with at all?
Do Cisco IP phones have to be configured on routers?
Is there any IS-IS?
Related to MPLS, do you have to work with the provider side of MPLS, or just the customer side?
Any DMVPN? How about tunneling in general?
Are you allowed to configure anything on the routers/switches using the approriate web interfaces, or is everything command-line only?
How heavy is the IPv6 component?
Do you have to configure a router as a frame-relay switch, or is a switch already in place? If there's a FR switch in place (and assuming it isn't just a Cisco router), is it already configured?
Any ATM? Are ATM interfaces just crossed-over, or is there an ATM switch in place? Any LS1010 configuration to perform?
Are cables and cross-over cables already made, or do you have to make any cables?
Are serial ports WIC-1/WIC-2 with intergrated CSU/DSU, or do you have to work with external CSU/DSUs?
I know that's a lot of widely unrelated questions. I'm quite comfortable with the major parts I'm sure I'll see on the test (OSPF, BGP, EIGRP, frame), but don't want to get tripped up on some of the less widely used technologies. Thanks for any input.