Cisco Tips & Tricks

August 3, 2009

MPLS, VRF-lite in CCIEv4

Filed under: bgp, ccie, cisco, MPLS, VPNv4, VRF, VRF-lite — ciscotips @ 1:50 pm

Now that I am preparing for version 4 . I started reading MPLS configuration on IOS software by Cisco press. I am not very comfortable with just reading book and doing nothing. I chose this book because it has some mini scenarios which I can simulate on my dynamips home lab.

I liked the book but then I remembered seeing a post by Antonio on group study that he created his own mini scenarios for studying CCIE SP. Although CCIE SP goes pretty beyond on what we need for R&S but I thought it would be a good practice to try some mini scenarios which are relevant for CCIE R&S. I am sharing the links to mini Scenarios and videos made by Antonio.

http://pwp.netcabo.pt/amsoares/dynamips/dynamips.htm

http://pwp.netcabo.pt/amsoares/dynamips2/dynamips2.htm

Thanks to Antonio for his amazing MPLS mini labs and videos.

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