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CCIE 38666
CCIE 38666
"The amazing happened, I took your word at heart and studied my ass off and got my number at the first go! CCIE 38666 (even the devil is proud of me). After my bootcamp with you I especially focused on READING the questions and being much more meticulous in my configurations and checking of my work, which you quite bluntly pointed out to me . Since my bootcamp I think I spent at least 60 hours a week practicing and focusing on these weaknesses.
So thanks for contributing to my CCIE!

In one sense it is a shame I passed because I do miss the laughter's we had during my Bootcamp with you!           CCIE 38666 (Netherlands)"
CCIE 38666
CCIE 38666

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Please read what a student recently wrote regarding the stress exercises in my bootcamp

"I just wanted to tell you how I passed, just to let you know why Heinz’ stress-training is so important:
At my first try I had a fantastic day (but I failed), everything worked well, afterwards I thought was that stresstraining really necessary?
I think for my first try not, I would have needed it, when something unexpected would have happened.

This time it was vice versa, I passed, but:

At 5:00 in the morning I woke up with a headache and thought, no, not this day! I took some Aspirin, but it didn’t help very much.

So when I got my Lab I realized, that I could not concentrate very well: I was not able to connect the single tasks, so I decided to do it step by step (thats not the best solution, because you have to change sometimes some old tasks, because of their relation to the task you are working with).

Then I got my next shock: I could not configure the simplest tasks, I always forgot some command, or I couldn’t remember some commands; that’s pretty unusual for me because I’m very good in memorizing. This time I only knew on which page and in which line I would find the command in my “black book”, but that was all, I couldn’t remember it!

As an example: OSPF didn’t work over a Point-toPoint link, so after 10 minutes I decided: ok do it suboptimal, use NBMA and it worked.

So was the whole day, I had to debug each protocol, because I always forgot something..... (following surpressed)......

So half of my time I was troubleshooting my own faults. Then there were blackouts, as Heinz described them: I stared at the screen for minutes, because I couldn’t remember a command which I knew, that I knew it!And you are not able to do anything else!!!!

There I was saved by a precaution I took: (I’m not recommending it, but for me it’s working) I’m drinking each
hour 1 bottle of water (1/2 liter), so I had to go to the toilet pretty often. So when I got stuck in some sort of blackout, I was saved by the need to go to the toilet!

3 times I came back with an idea and could proceed.

So I finished just in time and had no idea if I had passed or not; and the proctor must have thought: this guy must be crazy, not configuring one single task right, but after troubleshouting finding all gaps and traps.

After finishing the lab one guy asked the proctor, when he would get his score-report and was told, that he would get a mail at night, when he passed with his CCIE number or one which tells him where on CCO to look up his score-report.

So I checked my mail at 21:00, at 3:30 next morning: still nothing (I had to go downstairs to the hotel reception since I didn’t bring my notebook with me)

At 5:00 I got my mail:” Your CCIE lab score report is available on the web. The report will show your performance in each section for the CCIE Lab.”

So I thought that I had failed.

I even considered not looking up my score-report, but going to bed again, but then I decided to print it out and to look at it later.
To my surprise it said not fail, put pass! So if you get the same mail: it doesn’t mean anything, look for your score-report!

Good luck to all who are next"


CCIE 34847
CCIE 34847
"I had the fortunate opportunity to attend a 3 week Heinz Ulm Bootcamp in preparation for my CCIE R&S Lab. I found the bootcamp extremely useful to practice the full scope of work for the R&S Lab blueprint, and specifically fine tune interpretation of Lab questions and configuration speed.
The Denver bootcamp location which I attended, has the advantage of providing accommodation in the same location where the Lab/workspace is located. This meant you are able to start as early, and continue working as late as you require, and being close to a bed when your configs start looking blurry from tiredness.
I recommend anyone that has the means and time available to attend a Heinz Ulm bootcamp, preferably about 1 month before attempting the Lab.          CCIE 34847 (South Africa)"
CCIE 34847

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