I have begun a major Hands on Madness portion of my studies after a big period of reading.
- I am using primarily ProctorLabs.com for my gear – they are so awesome; when I cannot get on there, I use GNS3 and stick to simple three router-capable topics
- I a being very careful about a problem that I developed in doing this for my first CCIE – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – braces and stretching seem to be doing the trick
- I will be sure to do some posts here when I get to some more interesting lab exercises that have some cool “a ha!” moments to share
- For lab exercise materials, I am using the excellent IPexpert workbooks, the Yusuf practice labs, and I look forward to editing the Micronics Training lab materials as I practice them – thank you so much Narbik for that amazing opportunity
- As I practice at the command lines – I am working on taking my skills assessment tracker for the appropriate item to the level 4 and level 5 degrees; remember, I consider a level 4 that I can configure the feature easily at the command line without the DOC-CD, and a level 5 degree indicates that I can troubleshoot the feature
Anthony Sequeira CCIE, CCSI