Once you got the email from the vendor saying something like “Your certification is about to expire”, the only thing which come to my mind is “Dam it! Again…..”
So long story short, the exam is 120 minutes, 65 questions and the same blueprint from last time. The only change i noticed was the Junos Software release, it is 15.1 now
I used my notes here from my previous studies.
There is another exam to achieve the JNCIP-ENT (JN0-646) which has the same blueprint but uses an Enhanced Layer 2 Software (ELS). The CLI it’s slightly on switching configs.
I got 73%, so it’s a pass! Maybe i get energy to face the JNCIE before i receive again the famous email “…about to expire”
I don’t remember the price of the JNCIP exam because i did it 3 years ago, but by the priced published by PearsonVue it increased apparently
An interesting read about TLS and DTLS Best practises…
A great opportunity for a heads up on new trends and other insights. This will be my first Infosec so it will be interesting meet other people from different angles. Great KeyNote Speakers are confirmed so far, don’t miss it! You can register here
The Conference Programme has a lot to offer, it will be divided in the following categories:
It’s not April fools day, so what the title means? No chance to Cisco stay behind the software world! I would expect that Cisco will use VR soon as part of their Collaboration suite
If you are going to Cisco Live US you can see this two Demos:
Shall we expect a 8 hour Lab exam using VR?
A misinterpretation from browser perspective which can lead to a phishing attacks, read here https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2017/04/19/phishing-with-punycode-when-foreign-letters-spell-english-words
Chrome is fine now (v58+) but Firefox not, so stay sharp!
No fun for me this time!