CCIE Challenge 3: MPLS L3VPN

This challenge is split up in four parts. Make sure you achieve the desired goals, even after multiple reboots of the routers in your topology. The initial config files can be downloaded here. General restrictions: You are not allowed to modify any IP address on any interface You are not allowed to introduce any new interfaces Part 1: IGP. Configure OSPF area 0 on the links between R7, R8, R11 and R12 Lo0 is part of OSPF area 0 Configure EIGRP as 100 on the links between R8, R9, R10, R13 and R12 Make sure the EIGRP process supports delay measured in picoseconds Lo0 on R10 and R13 should be D EX routes Lo0 on R9 should be part of EIGRP as 100 as a native EIGRP route Configure RIP on the links between R7, R5, R6, R8 and R9 Redistribute between all processes on all possible routers Part 2: iBGP.

CCIE Challenge 2: Troubleshoot Ticket 1

This #CCIEChallenge is a troubleshooting ticket for your pleasure. Depending on where you are in your CCIE prep you should be able to fix this ticket in 10 minutes. It would be comparable to a 3 or 4 point ticket. The config files can be downloaded here. R1 and R4 should be able to ping each other. Match the following output. R1 should always select its path through R3, even when R3 has suffered a failure and has returned to operations.