Without violating the NDA, can anyone clarify what documentation is available during the JNCIE-ENT lab? Ie, a particular link that we would expect to have access to?
Now I'm not planning on heavily relying on documentation. But memorizing obscure *details* might not be the best strategy for maintaining my sanity. I passed the CCIE R&S lab four years ago, and have been actively working at a VAR/reseller for a few years (doing a lot of implementations) so I like to think I have a decent grasp of how the protocols work. Good or bad, I'm used to how Cisco's documentation is laid out at a high level (config guides and command references).
When I look a the JNCIE-ENT exam page it has a field for "exam information" that has a link for documentation. Is that the same link that's available during the actual lab? I'm concerned because that same page also has similar links on the other exams (JNCIS-ENT) which are not available during the exam (which in the JNCIS-ENT case isn't a lab).
I also find the Juniper documentation to be extremely scattered. So while there is a lot of documentation, finding the same document twice in a reproducible manner is very difficult (at least for me).
Any clarification would be great!
During the exam you will have access to all the necessary documentation related to the exam tasks. Currently this is proivded on the desktop in PDF format.
Tech Lead, JNCP
Can you provide a link to this documentation? I'd like to go through it. Actually, I'd like to start using it during my day to day duties so I get used to using it. This shouldn't be a secret, IMO.
The documentation comes from:
If you think you will be using the docs frequently during the exam, you may want to download the relevant PDFs to get used to searching in that format.
Thanks Kieran! That's exactly what I was looking for.
Also remember the help command is your friend
Hi - this is really useful but can you provide links for the os we will be using for the exam in 2015 ?
Many thanks, Phil.