Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE V2.0) Certification Training

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Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE V2.0) course provide you to plan, implement, and monitor a scalable routed network. Students will focus on both IPv4 & IPv6 routing protocols. The training product incorporates a mix of Discovery labs with guided learning guidelines to present new ideas, alongside Challenge labs that enable understudies to strengthen their comprehension of the topic and aptitudes that are applicable to the CCNP Routing & Switching certification. Cisco Learning Labs for ROUTE v2.0 gives you the full arrangement of Cisco IOS Software labs that were created for and utilized inside Cisco E-Learning items and Cisco Authorized trainings to enable understudies to plan for the ROUTE exam. These labs use Cisco IOS programming with Layer 2 and Layer 3 highlights and CLI upheld on adaptation 15 releases and are accessible at 24/7 whatever point you are prepared to learn.

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  • Routing protocols, network technologies, and remote connectivity options
  • RIPng in an IPv6 environment
  • Technologies, operations, and metrics that EIGRP uses
  • Configure and verify EIGRP in IPv4 and IPv6 environments including optimizing its behavior and named EIGRP configuration
  • Multiarea OSPF including over different network types and how to optimize its database
  • Configure and verify OSPFv2 in IPv4 environments and OSPFv3 in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
  • Route redistribution and how it is implemented using distribute list, prefix list, and route map filtering mechanisms
  • Use Cisco Express Forwarding for efficient Layer 3 packet forwarding
  • Implement path control using policy based routing and IP Service Level Agreement (SLA)
  • Establishing enterprise Internet connectivity for IPv4 and IPv6
  • BGP for enterprise IPv4 and IPv6 Internet connectivity
  • Secure Cisco routers according to best practices including the configuring routing protocol authentication

  • System Engineers
  • Network Professionals

Topic 1: Routing Fundamentals

  • IPv4 Explained
  • IPv4 Header Fields
  • Introduction to ARP
  • DHCP Server
  • DHCP Relay
  • Introduction to TCP and UDP
  • TCP Header Fields
  • TCP Window Size Scaling
  • TCP Bandwidth Delay Product
  • ICMP Explained
  • How to configure static route on Cisco IOS Router
  • Unicast Flooding due to Asymmetric Routing

Topic 2: EIGRP

  • Introduction to EIGRP
  • Basic EIGRP configuration
  • EIGRP Packets
  • EIGRP Neighbor Adjacency
  • EIGRP Static Neighbor
  • EIGRP Passive Interface
  • EIGRP Neighbor and Topology Table
  • EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing
  • How to Configure EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing
  • EIGRP K Values
  • EIGRP K Values Configuration
  • EIGRP Hold Time and Hello Packets
  • EIGRP Stuck in Active
  • EIGRP Summarization
  • EIGRP Auto-Summary
  • EIGRP Authentication
  • EIGRP Default Network Route
  • EIGRP Stub
  • EIGRP Filtering with distribute-list
  • EIGRP Filtering with prefix-list
  • EIGRP Route-map filtering
  • EIGRP over frame-relay
  • EIGRP IP bandwidth percent
  • EIGRP Router ID
  • EIGRP Named Mode

Topic 3: OSPF

  • Introduction to OSPF
  • OSPF LSAs and LSDB Flooding
  • OSPF Plain Text Authentication
  • OSPF MD5 Authentication
  • OSPF LSA Types
  • OSPF Packets and Neighbor Discovery
  • OSPF Router ID
  • OSPF Passive Interface
  • OSPF DR/BDR Election
  • OSPF Reference Bandwidth
  • How to configure OSPF Default Route
  • OSPF Non-Broadcast Network Type
  • OSPF Broadcast Network Type
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Network Type
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast Network Type
  • OSPF Point-to-Point Network Type
  • OSPF Next Hop with Network Types
  • OSPF Hello and Dead Interval
  • OSPF Summarization
  • Introduction to OSPF Stub Areas
  • How to configure OSPF Stub Area
  • How to configure OSPF Totally Stub
  • How to configure OSPF NSSA (Not So Stubby) Area
  • How to configure OSPF Totally NSSA (Not So Stubby) Area
  • OSPF Virtual Link
  • OSPF Virtual Link Authentication
  • OSPF LSA Type 3 filtering
  • OSPF LSA Type 5 filtering
  • OSPF Path Selection Explained
  • OSPF Distribute-List Filtering
  • OSPFv3 for IPv4

Topic 4: Redistribution

  • Introduction to Redistribution
  • Redistribution between RIP and EIGRP
  • Redistribution between OSPF and RIP
  • Redistribution Route Tagging
  • Troubleshooting Metric Redistribution
  • Troubleshooting AD Redistribution

Topic 5: Route Selection

  • Administrative Distance
  • CEF (Cisco Express Forwarding)
  • Cisco Offset-List Command
  • PBR (Policy Based Routing)
  • IP SLA (IP Service Level Agreement)
  • IP SLA with static routes
  • IP SLA with policy based routing

Topic 6: BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)

  • Introduction to BGP
  • How to configure eBGP (External BGP)
  • eBGP Multihop
  • iBGP (Internal BGP) explained
  • BGP Peer Groups
  • BGP Private and Public AS Numbers
  • How to read the BGP Table
  • How to advertise networks in BGP
  • BGP Auto-Summary
  • iBGP Next Hop Self
  • BGP Neighbor Adjacency States
  • BGP Messages
  • BGP Attributes and Path Selection
  • BGP Weight Attribute
  • BGP Local Preference
  • BGP AS Path and Prepending
  • BGP Origin Code
  • BGP MED (Metric) Attribute
  • BGP Regular Expressions
  • BGP Filtering with Regular Expressions
  • BGP Transit AS
  • BGP Soft Reconfiguration
  • BGP Route Refresh Capability
  • MP-BGP (Multi-Protocol BGP)

Topic 7: IPv6

  • Introduction to IPv6
  • Shortening IPv6 Addresses
  • How to find the IPv6 prefix
  • IPv6 Address Types
  • IPv6 Address Assignment Example
  • IPv6 EUI-64 explained
  • IPv6 Summarization Example
  • IPv6 Solicited Node Multicast Address
  • IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol
  • IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration
  • How to configure DHCPv6 Server
  • How to configure IPv6 Static Routing
  • How to configure IPv6 RIPNG
  • How to configure IPv6 EIGRP
  • How to configure IPv6 OSPF
  • OSPFv3 Default Route
  • OSPFv3 authentication
  • IPv6 Redistribution between RIPNG and OSPFv3
  • IPv6 Access-List
  • BGP IPv6 Route Filtering on Cisco IOS
  • IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
  • IPv6 Automatic 6to4 Tunnelling
  • IPv6 NAT64 Static

Topic 8: Remote Site Connectivity

  • DHCP Client
  • Introduction to NAT and PAT
  • How to configure Static NAT
  • How to configure Dynamic NAT
  • How to configure PAT
  • PPP (Point to Point Protocol)
  • PPPoE Server and Client
  • MTU Troubleshooting
  • GRE Tunnelling
  • GRE Tunnelling Recursive Routing Error
  • IPsec (Internet Protocol Security)
  • Encrypted GRE Tunnel with IPSEC
  • VRF Lite
  • EVN (Easy Virtual Network)
  • Introduction to MPLS
  • MPLS Labels and Devices
  • MPLS LDP (Label Distribution Protocol)
  • MPLS Layer 3 VPN Explained
  • Introduction to DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint VPN)
  • Topic 9: Router Security and Management

Topic 9: Router Security and Management

  • Introduction to CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol)
  • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  • Router Security Policy
  • Standard Access-List
  • Extended Access-List
  • Time-Based Access-List
  • Infrastructure Access-List
  • uRPF
  • AAA 802.1X Authentication
  • Introduction to SNMP
  • SNMPv2
  • SNMPv3
  • Syslog
  • NTP (Network Time Protocol)
  • Cisco NetFlow

Mr. Mangesh Abnave, VCP 5.0, OCP, CCSP, CCNP, RHCE, CEH, PEN TESTING

Sr. Subject Matter Expert – Infrastructure Security and Consultant

Mangesh Dnyaneshwar Abnave is Consultant and Trainer with 15 years of experience in information technology. Worked on various virtualization technology deployed successfully with various clients. For e.g. VMware ESX, ESXi 4.1/5.0, vCenter, vSphere, VMware Converter, SRM PlateSpin Migrate, Double-take, SRM, VMware View 4.5 and ThinApp. Cisco 1800, 2600, 2800, 3800 Routers Cisco Catalyst 2950, 3550, 3750, 4500, 6500 Cisco UCS C210, HP Prolaint DL & BL Series, DELL PowerEdge Cisco ISE & ACS Server

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this Curriculum are as follows:

  • Describing network fundamentals
  • Establishing Internet and WAN connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Managing network device security
  • Operating a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
  • Troubleshooting IP connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Configuring and troubleshooting EIGRP and OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Configuring devices for SNMP, Syslog, and NetFlow access
  • Managing Cisco device configurations, Cisco IOS images, and licenses

Please tell me how many questions in the real ROUTE exam, and how much time to answer them?

  • There are 50 questions, including 4 lab-sims. You have 120 minutes to answer them but if your native language is not English, Cisco allows you a 30-minute exam time extension (150 minutes in total).

How much does the ROUTE 300-101 cost? And how many points I need to pass the exam?

  • This exam costs $300. You need at least 790/1000 points to pass this exam.

I passed the ROUTE exam, will I get a certificate for it?

  • No, Cisco does not ship ROUTE Exam certificate, it only ships you a certificate after completing the full CCNP track of 3 exams (ROUTE, SWITCH & TSHOOT) within three years. Once again we have to notice that you need to finish these three exams within three years (not nine years). Many candidates misunderstand this and think they have nine years to complete three exams.

Which sims will I see in the ROUTE exam?

  • The popular sims now are Policy Based routing sim, EIGRP OSPF Redistribution sim, OSPF Evaluation Sim and EIGRP Evaluation Sim and please notice that the IP addresses, router names may be different (it is also true for Drag and Drop questions)

How many points will I get for one sim?

  • Maybe you will get about 80 to 100 points for each sim, just like the CCNA exam.

In the real exam, I clicked “Next” after choosing the answer, can I go back for reviewing?

  • No, you can’t go back so you can’t re-check your answers after clicking the “Next” button.

What is the difference between the old BSCI & the new ROUTE exam?

  • In the new ROUTE exam, there are no IS-IS, DHCP, Multicast questions so you can ignore them if you are reading old BSCI books. In fact, DHCP & Multicast are good topics and maybe you will have a chance to learn about them in other Cisco exams.

Can I use short commands, for example “conf t” instead of “configure terminal”? Will I get full mark for short commands?

  • From the comments on this site, maybe you will get full mark for short commands. But sometimes short commands don’t work so please be careful with them. We highly recommend you should learn the full commands.

What are your recommended materials for ROUTE?

  • There are many materials for learning ROUTE but below are popular materials that many candidates recommend.
  • Books
  • CCNP ROUTE Official Certification Guide
  • ROUTE Student Guide
  • CCNP ROUTE Portable Command Guide
  • CCNP Route Quick Reference Sheet
  • Video training
  • CBT Nuggets
  • Simulator (all are free)
  • GNS3 – the best simulator for learning ROUTE
  • Packet Tracer

How much time should I spend on each sim?

  • You should not spend more than 15 minutes for each sim. Recall that you only have 90 minutes so if you spend 15 minutes for each sim x 4 sims = 60 minutes. The 30 minutes left is for solving 46 multiple choice & drag-and-drop questions. If you are not a native English speaker and have 30-minute expansion (ask the mentor to confirm) than you can spend 20 minutes for each sim

Can I pass without doing sims?

  • As mentioned above, each sim will cost you from 80 to 100 points. In the real exam you will have to solve 4 sims that give from 320 to 400 points. Suppose you answer all other questions perfectly then you will get 600 to 680 points but the passing score is 790. It means that you surely fail if ignore them.
  • From the calculation above, if you miss only one sim the chance to pass is average but if you miss two, the chance to pass is very, very low.

Are the exam questions the same in all the geographical locations?

  • Yes, the exam questions are the same in all geographical locations. But notice that Cisco has a pool of questions and each time you take the exam, a number of random questions will show up so you will not see all the same questions as the previous exam.

I don’t want to lose points so should I use the “copy running-config startup-config” after finishing each lab-sim?

  • In the ROUTE exam, we can’t use that command so surely you will not lose any points if not using that command.

I passed the ROUTE exam. Do you have any site similar for CCNP exams?

  • We have certprepare.com for SWITCH, networktut.com for TSHOOT, voicetut.com for CCNA Voice, securitytut.com for CCNA Security, rstut.com for CCIE Written & Lab, dstut.com for CCDA. Hope you enjoy these sites too!

  • Routing protocols, network technologies, and remote connectivity options
  • RIPng in an IPv6 environment
  • Technologies, operations, and metrics that EIGRP uses
  • Configure and verify EIGRP in IPv4 and IPv6 environments including optimizing its behavior and named EIGRP configuration
  • Multiarea OSPF including over different network types and how to optimize its database
  • Configure and verify OSPFv2 in IPv4 environments and OSPFv3 in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
  • Route redistribution and how it is implemented using distribute list, prefix list, and route map filtering mechanisms
  • Use Cisco Express Forwarding for efficient Layer 3 packet forwarding
  • Implement path control using policy based routing and IP Service Level Agreement (SLA)
  • Establishing enterprise Internet connectivity for IPv4 and IPv6
  • BGP for enterprise IPv4 and IPv6 Internet connectivity
  • Secure Cisco routers according to best practices including the configuring routing protocol authentication

  • System Engineers
  • Network Professionals

Topic 1: Routing Fundamentals

  • IPv4 Explained
  • IPv4 Header Fields
  • Introduction to ARP
  • DHCP Server
  • DHCP Relay
  • Introduction to TCP and UDP
  • TCP Header Fields
  • TCP Window Size Scaling
  • TCP Bandwidth Delay Product
  • ICMP Explained
  • How to configure static route on Cisco IOS Router
  • Unicast Flooding due to Asymmetric Routing

Topic 2: EIGRP

  • Introduction to EIGRP
  • Basic EIGRP configuration
  • EIGRP Packets
  • EIGRP Neighbor Adjacency
  • EIGRP Static Neighbor
  • EIGRP Passive Interface
  • EIGRP Neighbor and Topology Table
  • EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing
  • How to Configure EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing
  • EIGRP K Values
  • EIGRP K Values Configuration
  • EIGRP Hold Time and Hello Packets
  • EIGRP Stuck in Active
  • EIGRP Summarization
  • EIGRP Auto-Summary
  • EIGRP Authentication
  • EIGRP Default Network Route
  • EIGRP Stub
  • EIGRP Filtering with distribute-list
  • EIGRP Filtering with prefix-list
  • EIGRP Route-map filtering
  • EIGRP over frame-relay
  • EIGRP IP bandwidth percent
  • EIGRP Router ID
  • EIGRP Named Mode

Topic 3: OSPF

  • Introduction to OSPF
  • OSPF LSAs and LSDB Flooding
  • OSPF Plain Text Authentication
  • OSPF MD5 Authentication
  • OSPF LSA Types
  • OSPF Packets and Neighbor Discovery
  • OSPF Router ID
  • OSPF Passive Interface
  • OSPF DR/BDR Election
  • OSPF Reference Bandwidth
  • How to configure OSPF Default Route
  • OSPF Non-Broadcast Network Type
  • OSPF Broadcast Network Type
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Network Type
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast Network Type
  • OSPF Point-to-Point Network Type
  • OSPF Next Hop with Network Types
  • OSPF Hello and Dead Interval
  • OSPF Summarization
  • Introduction to OSPF Stub Areas
  • How to configure OSPF Stub Area
  • How to configure OSPF Totally Stub
  • How to configure OSPF NSSA (Not So Stubby) Area
  • How to configure OSPF Totally NSSA (Not So Stubby) Area
  • OSPF Virtual Link
  • OSPF Virtual Link Authentication
  • OSPF LSA Type 3 filtering
  • OSPF LSA Type 5 filtering
  • OSPF Path Selection Explained
  • OSPF Distribute-List Filtering
  • OSPFv3 for IPv4

Topic 4: Redistribution

  • Introduction to Redistribution
  • Redistribution between RIP and EIGRP
  • Redistribution between OSPF and RIP
  • Redistribution Route Tagging
  • Troubleshooting Metric Redistribution
  • Troubleshooting AD Redistribution

Topic 5: Route Selection

  • Administrative Distance
  • CEF (Cisco Express Forwarding)
  • Cisco Offset-List Command
  • PBR (Policy Based Routing)
  • IP SLA (IP Service Level Agreement)
  • IP SLA with static routes
  • IP SLA with policy based routing

Topic 6: BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)

  • Introduction to BGP
  • How to configure eBGP (External BGP)
  • eBGP Multihop
  • iBGP (Internal BGP) explained
  • BGP Peer Groups
  • BGP Private and Public AS Numbers
  • How to read the BGP Table
  • How to advertise networks in BGP
  • BGP Auto-Summary
  • iBGP Next Hop Self
  • BGP Neighbor Adjacency States
  • BGP Messages
  • BGP Attributes and Path Selection
  • BGP Weight Attribute
  • BGP Local Preference
  • BGP AS Path and Prepending
  • BGP Origin Code
  • BGP MED (Metric) Attribute
  • BGP Regular Expressions
  • BGP Filtering with Regular Expressions
  • BGP Transit AS
  • BGP Soft Reconfiguration
  • BGP Route Refresh Capability
  • MP-BGP (Multi-Protocol BGP)

Topic 7: IPv6

  • Introduction to IPv6
  • Shortening IPv6 Addresses
  • How to find the IPv6 prefix
  • IPv6 Address Types
  • IPv6 Address Assignment Example
  • IPv6 EUI-64 explained
  • IPv6 Summarization Example
  • IPv6 Solicited Node Multicast Address
  • IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol
  • IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration
  • How to configure DHCPv6 Server
  • How to configure IPv6 Static Routing
  • How to configure IPv6 RIPNG
  • How to configure IPv6 EIGRP
  • How to configure IPv6 OSPF
  • OSPFv3 Default Route
  • OSPFv3 authentication
  • IPv6 Redistribution between RIPNG and OSPFv3
  • IPv6 Access-List
  • BGP IPv6 Route Filtering on Cisco IOS
  • IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
  • IPv6 Automatic 6to4 Tunnelling
  • IPv6 NAT64 Static

Topic 8: Remote Site Connectivity

  • DHCP Client
  • Introduction to NAT and PAT
  • How to configure Static NAT
  • How to configure Dynamic NAT
  • How to configure PAT
  • PPP (Point to Point Protocol)
  • PPPoE Server and Client
  • MTU Troubleshooting
  • GRE Tunnelling
  • GRE Tunnelling Recursive Routing Error
  • IPsec (Internet Protocol Security)
  • Encrypted GRE Tunnel with IPSEC
  • VRF Lite
  • EVN (Easy Virtual Network)
  • Introduction to MPLS
  • MPLS Labels and Devices
  • MPLS LDP (Label Distribution Protocol)
  • MPLS Layer 3 VPN Explained
  • Introduction to DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint VPN)
  • Topic 9: Router Security and Management

Topic 9: Router Security and Management

  • Introduction to CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol)
  • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  • Router Security Policy
  • Standard Access-List
  • Extended Access-List
  • Time-Based Access-List
  • Infrastructure Access-List
  • uRPF
  • AAA 802.1X Authentication
  • Introduction to SNMP
  • SNMPv2
  • SNMPv3
  • Syslog
  • NTP (Network Time Protocol)
  • Cisco NetFlow

Mr. Mangesh Abnave, VCP 5.0, OCP, CCSP, CCNP, RHCE, CEH, PEN TESTING

Sr. Subject Matter Expert – Infrastructure Security and Consultant

Mangesh Dnyaneshwar Abnave is Consultant and Trainer with 15 years of experience in information technology. Worked on various virtualization technology deployed successfully with various clients. For e.g. VMware ESX, ESXi 4.1/5.0, vCenter, vSphere, VMware Converter, SRM PlateSpin Migrate, Double-take, SRM, VMware View 4.5 and ThinApp. Cisco 1800, 2600, 2800, 3800 Routers Cisco Catalyst 2950, 3550, 3750, 4500, 6500 Cisco UCS C210, HP Prolaint DL & BL Series, DELL PowerEdge Cisco ISE & ACS Server

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this Curriculum are as follows:

  • Describing network fundamentals
  • Establishing Internet and WAN connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Managing network device security
  • Operating a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
  • Troubleshooting IP connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Configuring and troubleshooting EIGRP and OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Configuring devices for SNMP, Syslog, and NetFlow access
  • Managing Cisco device configurations, Cisco IOS images, and licenses

Please tell me how many questions in the real ROUTE exam, and how much time to answer them?

  • There are 50 questions, including 4 lab-sims. You have 120 minutes to answer them but if your native language is not English, Cisco allows you a 30-minute exam time extension (150 minutes in total).

How much does the ROUTE 300-101 cost? And how many points I need to pass the exam?

  • This exam costs $300. You need at least 790/1000 points to pass this exam.

I passed the ROUTE exam, will I get a certificate for it?

  • No, Cisco does not ship ROUTE Exam certificate, it only ships you a certificate after completing the full CCNP track of 3 exams (ROUTE, SWITCH & TSHOOT) within three years. Once again we have to notice that you need to finish these three exams within three years (not nine years). Many candidates misunderstand this and think they have nine years to complete three exams.

Which sims will I see in the ROUTE exam?

  • The popular sims now are Policy Based routing sim, EIGRP OSPF Redistribution sim, OSPF Evaluation Sim and EIGRP Evaluation Sim and please notice that the IP addresses, router names may be different (it is also true for Drag and Drop questions)

How many points will I get for one sim?

  • Maybe you will get about 80 to 100 points for each sim, just like the CCNA exam.

In the real exam, I clicked “Next” after choosing the answer, can I go back for reviewing?

  • No, you can’t go back so you can’t re-check your answers after clicking the “Next” button.

What is the difference between the old BSCI & the new ROUTE exam?

  • In the new ROUTE exam, there are no IS-IS, DHCP, Multicast questions so you can ignore them if you are reading old BSCI books. In fact, DHCP & Multicast are good topics and maybe you will have a chance to learn about them in other Cisco exams.

Can I use short commands, for example “conf t” instead of “configure terminal”? Will I get full mark for short commands?

  • From the comments on this site, maybe you will get full mark for short commands. But sometimes short commands don’t work so please be careful with them. We highly recommend you should learn the full commands.

What are your recommended materials for ROUTE?

  • There are many materials for learning ROUTE but below are popular materials that many candidates recommend.
  • Books
  • CCNP ROUTE Official Certification Guide
  • ROUTE Student Guide
  • CCNP ROUTE Portable Command Guide
  • CCNP Route Quick Reference Sheet
  • Video training
  • CBT Nuggets
  • Simulator (all are free)
  • GNS3 – the best simulator for learning ROUTE
  • Packet Tracer

How much time should I spend on each sim?

  • You should not spend more than 15 minutes for each sim. Recall that you only have 90 minutes so if you spend 15 minutes for each sim x 4 sims = 60 minutes. The 30 minutes left is for solving 46 multiple choice & drag-and-drop questions. If you are not a native English speaker and have 30-minute expansion (ask the mentor to confirm) than you can spend 20 minutes for each sim

Can I pass without doing sims?

  • As mentioned above, each sim will cost you from 80 to 100 points. In the real exam you will have to solve 4 sims that give from 320 to 400 points. Suppose you answer all other questions perfectly then you will get 600 to 680 points but the passing score is 790. It means that you surely fail if ignore them.
  • From the calculation above, if you miss only one sim the chance to pass is average but if you miss two, the chance to pass is very, very low.

Are the exam questions the same in all the geographical locations?

  • Yes, the exam questions are the same in all geographical locations. But notice that Cisco has a pool of questions and each time you take the exam, a number of random questions will show up so you will not see all the same questions as the previous exam.

I don’t want to lose points so should I use the “copy running-config startup-config” after finishing each lab-sim?

  • In the ROUTE exam, we can’t use that command so surely you will not lose any points if not using that command.

I passed the ROUTE exam. Do you have any site similar for CCNP exams?

  • We have certprepare.com for SWITCH, networktut.com for TSHOOT, voicetut.com for CCNA Voice, securitytut.com for CCNA Security, rstut.com for CCIE Written & Lab, dstut.com for CCDA. Hope you enjoy these sites too!
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