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Share your CCNA v3.0 Experience

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The CCNA 200-125 has come to replace the old CCNA 200-120 exam. We create the “Share your CCNA v3.0 Experience” for everyone to share their experience after taking this exam.

Note: We have a topic of Frequently Asked Questions & Tips for CCNA learners, surely you will find valuable information about the CCNA exam there.

Please share with us your experience after taking the new CCNA 200-125 exam, your materials, the way you learned, your recommendations… But please DO NOT share any information about the detail of the exam or your personal information, your score, exam date and location, your email…

Your posts are warmly welcome! Hope you will find useful information from friends who have taken the CCNA exam!

Note: Email is not allowed to show in comment section.

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  1. Alert of today
    March 16th, 2019

    Ebrahem can u send me also 62q bcz i fail exam today email:: lavaa0911 (@gmail) . c o m

  2. gregor
    March 16th, 2019

    hello
    Has anyone passed today ?

  3. jakie
    March 16th, 2019

    @ebrahem Can you say that, will the 62q remain same next week ? or there is chance of getting changed? If it remains the same, is it for the whole week or it may can change in mid week as well?

  4. Anonymous
    March 16th, 2019

    Hi @Ebrahem,

    Can i get a copy of the most recent dumps please?
    Thanks a lot :)

    sadasdastin (at) gmail (dot) com

  5. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    @Ebrahem
    Thanks for the info

    @jakie and all others
    Atleast please do complete chinese dumps as well as Q62 as there is no point risking your money and just passing wont help you in your careers unless you have atleast some technical knowledge. I don’t know why everyone just want to do 62Q. what would you do with such a certificate…

  6. npguy
    March 16th, 2019

    Hi @Ebrahem,

    Can i get a copy of the most recent dumps please?
    Thanks a lot :)

    sadasdastin (at) gmail (dot) com

  7. jakie
    March 16th, 2019

    @Fred

    Ohh no brother. Actually I studied and prepared the whole CCNA content with 38 hrs of video lecture. And I practiced those labs as well which were in previous version. First, i made all concepts clear and now I came across this website. I wrote down each and every thing and made a notes which can help me anytime. Next week is very tight for me as i have 3 midterms.

    I Know this will not help me if I will just prepare 62q. I am gonna do everything.

  8. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    @jakie

    Glad to hear that. so do everything and once done go through 62Q as well. Good Luck

  9. LANNY
    March 16th, 2019

    Hi @Ebrahem,

    Could you send me again the last dumb because I did not receive it.

    py2069(at)gma1l(dot)com

    Thanks a lot! :)

  10. andy madadian
    March 16th, 2019

    Hi everybody
    if 9tut dump is better than chinese, Has anyone got the latest version of 9tut dump ?
    please send it to me
    masoud.naderiAThotmailDOTcom
    thanks a lot

  11. asgar
    March 16th, 2019

    in which situation would the use of a static route be appropriate?

    a- to configure a route to the first layer 3 device on the network segment

    b- to configure a route from an isp router into a corprate network.

    c- to cofigure a route when the administrative distance of the current routing protocol is too low.

    d- to reach a network is more than 15 hops away.

    e- to provide access to the internet for enterprise hosts.

  12. gregor
    March 16th, 2019

    hello
    Has anyone passed today ? please talk :)

  13. Hitachi
    March 16th, 2019

    Hi,

    in my opinion b. Static route to a stub network. We can assume that the ISP Router has only one interface connected to the corporate network so the static route is optimal to use.

    E would also possible but i think they would ask about default route if the E was a right answer.

  14. andy madadian
    March 16th, 2019

    Which MTU size can cause a baby giant error?
    A. 1500
    B. 9216
    C. 1600
    D. 1518

  15. gregor
    March 16th, 2019

    @andy madadian

    ass i know
    D.1518

  16. andy madadian
    March 16th, 2019

    @gregor
    But in cisco.com it seems answer is 1600

  17. gregor
    March 16th, 2019

    @andy madadian

    yes i searched this now

    A. 1500 – This is a normal size and will not generate a Baby Giant.

    B. 9216 – This is a Jumbo frame so again will not generate a Baby Giant.

    C. 1600 – This size per Cisco documentation will generate a Baby Giant.

    Now the one that seems to be causing this indecision.

    D. 1518 – Based on Cisco documentation anything up to 1522 will not need to have the MTU changed and therefore will not generate a Baby Giant.

    So based on Cisco documentation the only correct answer is C.

  18. Hitachi
    March 16th, 2019

    1518 is still a normal frame. 1519 (without vlan tag) – 1600 is a baby giant and over 1600 jumbo.

  19. marie
    March 16th, 2019

    @Fred

    I Have a doubt i.e In exam we get two types of Labs: 1) to configure and 2) to use commands and give answers of the following MCQ. So in the 2nd one, do we also need to fix the issue and then answer the correct option or Just need to use command to identify the issue and answer the question.

    Also, Do “?” and “tab” button works in the exam?

    Please let me know this.

  20. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    @marie

    there are two things sim and labs in exam. labs where you do configuration or configuration changes but sim is when you only answer questions using options available in sim.

    @andy madadian @Hitachi

    in question it says > MTU 1518 or MTU 1600 – MTU is just a payload of the frame + 18 frame header/trailer – baby giant error is for {frames} over 1518 upto 1600 and over that is jumbo..

  21. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    Ref. take from cisco(dot)com

    Standard Ethernet frame MTU is 1500 bytes. This does not include the Ethernet header and Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) trailer, which is 18 bytes in length, to make the total Ethernet frame size of 1518.

    and in question it was MTU 1518 now do the calculation of Ethernet Frame ? 1536 where anything over 1518 upto 1600 (Eth Frame) is considered as baby giant frame.

    Hope this helps but if you have more info plz do share.

  22. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    @marie

    sorry I missed your last question..well depends if you are giving in english language then mostly “?” and “tab” keys are available depending if keyboards are properly configured in that particular centre. but atleast one of them must work.

  23. @Hitachi, gregor
    March 16th, 2019

    In 9tut, the answer is 1518
    so, which one is right? why wrong in 9tut?

  24. artur
    March 16th, 2019

    Has anyone passed today ???????

  25. anon
    March 16th, 2019

    Question 9
    What are the two statements about EUI-64 addressing? (Choose two)
    A. A locally administrated address has the universal/local bit set to 0
    B. A 64-bit interface identifier is derived from the interface MAC address
    C. A 96-bit interface identifier is derived from the interface MAC address
    D. The address includes the hex digits FFFE after the first 24 bits of the interface MAC address E. The address includes the hex digits FFFE after the last 24 bits of the interface MAC address

    Answer: A D /according to 9 tut
    —————————–
    isn’t answer B D correct? please help

  26. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    you didn’t get me earlier because 1518 is right. Eth Fr with MTU 1600 will be 1600+18 – makes it a giant frame

  27. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    sorry makes it a jumbo i meant

  28. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    and btw there are wrong answers in 9tut as well but very few but chinese has many wrongs.

  29. Fred
    March 16th, 2019

    @anon
    Fred March 14th, 2019
    Universally administered and locally administered addresses are distinguished by setting the second-least-significant bit of the first octet of the address. This Universal/Local bit is if 0, the address is universally administered. If it is 1, the address is locally administered. So option A is out of question.

  30. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    would like to share a small basic concept which many of you may already know…

    There are two types of network management..

    In-band: connecting to a network device(e.g. router) via telnet or SSH. which means that you must have IP reachability to the device.

    Out-of-band: In case there is no IP reachability to the device. which means that you need to physically connect a console cable to the device in order to access it.

  31. anon
    March 17th, 2019

    @Fred
    thank you man
    ———————————-
    @all others
    could you please post here 9tut questions which are wrong when you find any.

  32. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    @anon
    are you mainly/only preparing from 9tut ?

  33. anon
    March 17th, 2019

    @fred
    im only studying the dumps i got from ebrahem(62q+9tut+chinese labs).
    i will apply for the exam when done, probably this week.

  34. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    @anon – this one I posted earlier and more I will let you know.

    Fred March 11th, 2019
    Which command must you enter to switch from privileged EXEC mode to user EXEC mode on a Cisco device?
    A. configure terminal
    B. logout
    C. disable
    D. enable

    Answer: B (incorrect)

    Correct: C. disable

    To exit privileged EXEC mode and return to user EXEC mode, or to exit to a lower privilege level, enter the disable EXEC command.

    disable [privilege-level]

    ref: cisco(dot)com / Chapter: Basic Command-Line Interface Commands

  35. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    @anon
    i normally reply to others with correct answers so probably you can check which ones are wrong with which.

  36. anon
    March 17th, 2019

    thanks a lot
    I really appreciate it

  37. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    @anon
    check my reply on page 73 i just noticed 3 wrong but again do your own search to double check and let me know if any useful info.

  38. anon
    March 17th, 2019

    @fred
    oh shit, i just went to page 73 a found another “@anon”, thats not me i strated posting here 2 or 3 days ago.

  39. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    no worries anyone can use any name here :)

  40. Fred
    March 17th, 2019

    @?????

    its CCNP question so plz ignore it.

  41. Rakib
    March 17th, 2019

    @Ebrahem @anon

    please send me latest dumps, I have completed CCNA prep, now need to go through the questions. I’ll sit for exam end of this month

    mail- rakib102013(at)gmail(dot)com

  42. nicolas
    March 17th, 2019

    Who passed the C*C*N*A Exam recently with 62Q Dump? Are they still valid? Plz share the info. Thanks

  43. passed
    March 17th, 2019

    I today passed exam with 62 question dump, all off question from this dump.

  44. nicolas
    March 17th, 2019

    @passed

    Which labs did you find?

  45. passed
    March 17th, 2019

    @nicoles, only vlan ts lab.

  46. Camce
    March 17th, 2019

    Dear @Ebrahem or other members,
    Colud you send me latest dumps, i will have the exam en of the this moth.
    e(dot)gamze(dot)kaya{at}gmail(dot)com
    Thanks so much.

  47. nicolas
    March 17th, 2019

    @passe
    only one ?
    interesting

    is there any other why passed today?

    tnx

  48. Hitachi
    March 17th, 2019

    @Fred

    Regarding MTU you are right. It was for me a little bit tricky. Tell me, this is not possible that they mean whole ethernet frame size calling it MTU, is it? I saw that some other vendors use a value 1518 calling it the highest MTU for standard frames… They understand it probably this way that MTU 1518 combines the proper MTU with header and FCS What do you think?

  49. passed
    March 17th, 2019

    @nicolas, yeah only one lab

  50. gregor
    March 17th, 2019

    @passed

    can u ping me via email ?

    gregorsender(at)gmail(dot)com

    after 2 days i have exam

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