CCIE Routing and Switching v5.0 Official Cert Guide Library (Anglais) Relié – 10 décembre 2014
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This specially-priced two-volume set covers all the material needed to prepare for and pass the new CCIE v5.0 exam. Included are Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching v5.0 Official Cert Guide, Volume 1, 9781587143960, and Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching v5.0 Official Cert Guide, Volume 2, 9781587144912. The suggested list price of this library represents a $40 savings versus buying the volumes separately.
Each volume contains:
- A Getting Started Chapter and New Study Plan Template on DVD to help you organize and optimize your study plan so you won't waste a minute
- Pre-chapter quizzes to assess your knowledge upfront and focus your study even more efficiently
- Foundation topics sections that explain concepts and configurations, and link theory to actual configuration commands
- Key topics sections calling attention to every figure, table, and list you must know
- Chapter-ending exercises promoting retention and offering multiple forms of review
- New Part Reviews with mind mapping exercises and additional exam questions to help you consolidate your knowledge of concepts presented across multiple chapters
- Exam Preparation sections with even more chapter review features
- Final Preparation Chapter providing tools and a complete final study plan
- Customizable Practice Test Softwareon DVD, with hundreds of exam-realistic practice questions
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The rewrite on EIGRP, OSPF, and the new chapter on IS-IS are all excellent(!), but the rest of the book is close to useless!
It has clearly been rushed to the market without thorough review, including lots and lots of typos, wrong examples, errors in drawings/diagrams, and there's even a duplicate section on DMVPN in both chapter 9 and 10 of Volume 2!
I have found extensive errata online for volume 1, but only a single fix for volume 2 (as of today), and there are a zillion errors in volume 2 as well.
Some of the subjects, which are no longer on the curriculum, such as Zone Based Firewalls and WCCP, are still in the book.
Other subjects are clearly missing, even if they are presented in the blueprint in the Introduction with references to a particular volume and chapter.
Examples are PIM snooping, (embedded) packet capture, fast reroute, LFA, 6RD, 6PE, and 6VPE.
Clearly the person who did the list didn't have a clue about the actual contents of the book.
Considering the fact, that IPv6 is now an integral part of the CCIE Routing and Switching exam, both written and lab, it's also surprising, that the excellent chapter 20 on IPv6 basics (addressing etc.) in version 4 of the book, has been removed completely, without that data showing up elsewhere. Especially if you consider that a whole chapter is still wasted on IPv4 subnetting, which any CCIE candidate should be completely familiar with.
I wish I had just read version 4 of the book and covered the gaps with the Cisco Live online library.
After reading the books cover to cover; I have found some great topics and some very weak and almost pointless chapters. The book VOL 1 starts with some very basic topics about IP addressing and frankly that was a waste of time as for CCIE you must know those topics by heart. it also flights through some topics by just giving definitions and letting you completely lost of what the technology do and why the topic was addressed there.
The books VOL1 has a very nice explanations of IGP (EIGRP, OSPF and falls short in IS-IS). IS-IS is so important that was removed in the pass version and brought back to this exam.
The book VOL2 falls short on BGP ( the books points mostly to theory than to configuration) but the second books that's a great job explaining Multicast. it is nicely and easily explained through the chapters (again theory wise) for configuration and troubleshooting you have to go with Doyle and the TCP IP Volumen II. The second books falls short on the rest of the chapters for most of its topics. I gives you a nice intro to MPLS; but it is very superficial.
Security is also touched but mostly for the basic things as you will on the CCNA. Tunneling technologies were mostly conceptual. it gives you a good idea of shapping and QOS but does not deep into any of the topics.
over all the books is good; but as mentioned in other post. you got to guess sometimes what the writer wanted to say as the typos are horrible all through the book. notice that some graphics are also incomplete. the book references the graphics and when you go back to the graphic there is not information about what the book says. some routers were label twice so the book mentions router 5 but there are two routers 4. you have to try and figure out which one is 5.
please do read this books after you finish reading the Routing TCP/IP VOL 1 and 2. because of how technical those books are; I found it great to have slowly explained to me some of the concepts on the those books by the CCIE V5 Library.
I hope you find this post helpful.