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A guide for the TSHOOT Exam

May 7th, 2015 in Guide Go to comments

For the TSHOOTv2 exam we will encounter:

+ 2 Simlets (small troubleshooting sim)
+ Multiple Choice Questions & Drag Drop Questions
+ 12 Troubleshooting Tickets (check them at the right-side menu)

Notice that in the exam, the tickets are randomly given so the best way to troubleshooting is to try pinging to all the devices from nearest to farthest from the client until you don’t receive the replies.

In each ticket you will have to answers three types of questions:

+ Which device causes problem
+ Which technology is used
+ How to fix it

One more thing to remember: you can only use “show” and “ping” commands to find out the problems and you are not allowed to make any changes in the configuration. In fact, in the exam you can not enter the global configuration mode!

Screenshots for your reference:

Layer2_3_Topology_small.jpg

 

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(Please visit Share your TSHOOT v2.0 Experience for bigger images)

Also you can find more information about TSHOOT exam in TSHOOT FAQs and Tips.

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  1. God
    May 15th, 2018

    Hi all, I sat the exam today.. ALL the info was from this website.

    i got 22 tickets… one thing that ALMOST tripped me was OSPF auth on R1…..They’ve actually changed it so that the OSPF auth command is in the global OSPF config..NOT in the interface config..

  2. Anonymous
    May 20th, 2018

    @ God please share study material siphiwekay13 at gmail dot com

  3. Anonymous
    May 22nd, 2018

    On the exam does the ticket say ip ospf or do you have to find out the root cause is there any help to save time

  4. Anonymous
    May 22nd, 2018

    Anyone got the latest dumps

  5. Anonymous
    May 30th, 2018

    hi

    can someone please share the latest dumps for CCNP.

  6. Notsolucky
    May 31st, 2018

    Hello Everyone,
    I failed my TShoot exams today.
    I had 22 questions in total and only one D&D.
    I felt most of the questions were new from “select the best answer”.
    1. Users are complaining that DHCP server is down and unable to access network. As a network admin, how do you start to troubleshoot.
    a. divide and rule, b. follow the path, c. top to bottom, d. bottom to up.

    2. When trying to add a ipv6 GRE over ipv4. What are required ?
    Not sure about the answers but 5 options were provided with 3 boxes on the right.

    3. Trying to run Gre tunnel and address fragmentation. how would you establish a connection.
    Not sure about the options I had.

    Interesting was – when trying to type “show ip access-list” on DSW1 or Routers, it wouldn’t show anything and reports it as not configured. This was the case for the whole lab.
    NOTE – You cannot tracert from the HOST. Only ping and ipconfig will work. So please study harder, understand the concept, understand how to tackle it and face the exam.
    I didn’t mean I am dumb but the exam is not practical. A small screen with more than 10 devices and not even tabs when consoling into more than one device.
    The exam has been like this for years and never changed except their exam cost.

  7. idk
    June 2nd, 2018

    At the top of page, it states there are 12 tickets on the exam and there are 17 tickets listed to the right. If you subtract the indicated (removed) 6 tickets, then you only have 11 tickets. Can you verify the removed tickets?

  8. ronin
    June 6th, 2018

    Hello all, so for the exam we are not required to actually configure any of the changes to get the traffic to flow e.g. make sure we can now ping the previously unpingable device.
    All the questions are in the same format as presented here, we get a network map that is similar to all questions only the problem changes so that the network fails at R1 or DSW2 or the client etc…
    Are we able to use commands like “show ip ospf database” , show ip route , and also use the context help “show dhcp ?” or are those restricted?
    Trying to get a feeling for how much more I need to study and what areas.
    I’m a bit week in certain areas, like ticket number 6 for me didn’t get solved. Didn’t even think to look at the vlan map.

    ronin

  9. TaskForce
    June 11th, 2018

    HERE we put all package very concise and easy to learn.
    -Tickets are no more difficult to learn and diagnose.
    -Most of tickets are in Packet Tracer in our package
    -easy learning strategy included
    -MCQs are not a big job in TSHOOT exam. Only 27Qs in our package all valid.

    http://mega.nz/#!zEgSHIzA!Td_akiASzp02sKwnAxxOq1z84z9zYjgC_6LyUfuGqhU

  10. Anonymous
    June 11th, 2018

    Please send latest CCNP TSHOOT (300-135) Dump bellow mail

    shawkot42@gmail dot com

  11. Anonymous
    June 11th, 2018

    @IPHELPER

    Kindly share the latest dumps (vce file) with me. My CCNP TSHOOT exam date is on 20th
    June,2018.Thanks in Advance.

    Email Address: shawkot42@gmail dot com

  12. Chidhura
    June 12th, 2018

    May someone send the latest vce and pdf for tshoot. I have an exam next month. Chidhura2016(at)gmail.com

  13. Den
    June 20th, 2018

    there’s no VCE or PDF for these. But you can get access on all of the questions via the premium account

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