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May 8th, 2018 in TSHOOT v2 Go to comments

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All of these can be modified: protocol, IP destination address, repeat count, Datagram size, Timeout, source address/interface, type of service, DF bit, Validate reply data, Data pattern, Loose, Strict, Record, Timestamp, Verbose, Sweep range of sizes.

Reference: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/ip/routing-information-protocol-rip/13730-ext-ping-trace.html

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  1. BlackTea
    October 17th, 2019

    can you send dumps from Jan to Sep?
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  2. BlackTea
    October 17th, 2019

    can you send dumps from Sep?
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  3. BrewDog_CL
    October 18th, 2019

    Hi I’m ready to do the exam.

    In a couple of hours I’m gonna tell you which was the result


  4. elhombre84
    October 18th, 2019

    So passed today, barely. My advice is do your research on these questions here. The questions are from here and almost all the ones I had today were from the Sept batch. The answers I don’t believe are all correct. Would tell you what my weak points were but I did not get a print out of my score due to the way they do it here in Germany. But I did pass it today and I suggest you know your ACL both ipv4 and ipv6 because that will get you.

  5. Anonymous
    October 18th, 2019

    I believe networktut.com it has to do question update asap.

  6. elhombre
    October 18th, 2019

    @Networktut, please update these questions with the correct answer please. I know that the Sept ones are not all correct answers.

  7. G
    October 18th, 2019

    Just passed today. 92x. I took it as a recertification. I got 12 tickets, 11 MCQs and 1 BGP sim.
    For the BGP . Re-type the command group-peer before doing the config. Membership does not include that line. Everything from Membership, questions are different and need attention especially the one with IPSec …| indent. There was no answer with
    in there. Also be careful scrolling down or hitting the space bar when one does “ sh run” and it said “press a key to continue’. Exam screens are very small to display everything ( topology, question, CLIs for devices) so sometimes, you know the answer but can’t see it as the scroll down passes so fast that one may miss out to see the issue. On a few tickets, it took me more that 12 min to resolved them. I had to clear the screen and type again ‘sh run” and scroll slowly to really see what the issue was.
    Good luck to everyone taking it this weekend.

  8. elhombre84
    October 19th, 2019

    @G, I don’t believe you are correct on the BGP problem as it clearly states in the exam “do not change the peering”. I took mine yesterday and passed as well and I got that lab and if you change the peer you mess the whole thing up. For that lab all you have to do is correct the neighbor statement because the AS# is incorrect and the ip address to your neighbor is incorrect. I believe the ip address they have is and you have to change it to So it would look something like this:

    no neighbor remote-as 64525
    neighbor remote-as 64525

    After you have done those two things you do a show ip bgp and compare your results with the results it says you should be showing and you are done. Nothing about any peering or even touching the BGP peering. Please do not confuse people.

  9. G
    October 19th, 2019

    @Elhombre84: after typing router BGP (AS number) the first command I entered , it displays back to me “ create the peering first”, that was what I got. So what I did first then was “group peer”. I did not say to re-create the whole thing. I signed up for membership and what surprised to get that reply from the router on the exam. Someone else probably got the same thing. I am just sharing my EXPERIENCE, I am not trying to convince or make people believe something like some others do here. If you don’t get your first command rejected, then good but if it happens that is what should be done. Honestly if I was not paying attention I could have missed that Sim thinking that I was doing something wrong. But I am glad I caught that and what was needed to be done was told to me.

  10. XXX
    October 19th, 2019

    Thank you for the feedback. I would like you to clarify what you mean by creating a peering first. Do you mean repeating the

    neighbor IBGP peer-group command before you proceed with correcting the errors in the BGP simlet or do you actually mean typing “group peer”?
    Not sure I have ever come across the “group peer” command.

    Thank you

  11. Thanks
    October 19th, 2019

    Hi all,

    Can some one please help , is the topology has been changed i mean in one Ticket there are 3 options means 3 Question

    If i answer the first question of same ticket what i need to click take me the second question in same ticket

    Do i have to click on Next Question it will take me to next Ticket or same ticket 2nd Question


  12. Anonymous
    October 20th, 2019

    Hi, I had to create the peer group as well when I came across the BGP sim.
    created the peer group, amended the IP addresses and all BGP neighours established and could see the correct routes the routing table. wasn’t any mention of not amending the peer group, but in my case had no option

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