Category Archives: CCIE

iTerm2 with VIRL

Yesterday my boss purchased VIRL for me. I run it on one of my ESXi servers and wanted to be able to maintain the environment I have gotten used to running, namely tabbed terminals in iTerm2. Easier said than done. … Continue reading

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C360 or Cisco Expert-Level Training Script

  I’ve been using the C360 labs for training and have gotten tired of fighting with window management. At first I figured it would be good practice for the lab, but now I’m just tired of messing with windows, so … Continue reading

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CCIE

I wish. I have added a CCIE category to the blog. Although I have been studying steadily I have only posted testlab scripts to date. I will most likely post very little CCIE specific content while I continue to study … Continue reading

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The Doc CD

Cisco documentation is expansive, it is both broad and has great depth, as a result finding what you need is not easy. When you watch a CCIE navigate the “Doc CD” or documentation website you realize how deeply they understand … Continue reading

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TestLab Scripts

I wrote a couple of scripts for the testlab this week and figured I would share them. You can download them here. These could be modified for a GNS3 lab setup easily as well. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel … Continue reading

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Some More TestLab Scripts

I wrote a couple more scripts this week. These two little gems update my entire lab by running one command from the testlab tftp server. I pass the main script a lab name and it proceeds to update every router … Continue reading

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CCIE Checklist

I picked this up from CLN. As the view as pdf option did not work, I just viewed the source and copied it in. CCIE Routing and Switching Expansion of Routing and Switching Lab v4.0 Blueprint Detailed Checklist of Topics … Continue reading

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