ccie r&s lab exam dumps

    CCIE Routing and Switching Written

  • Exam Number: 400-101
  • Total Score:1000
  • Passing Score:804
  • Duration: 120 minutes (90-110 questions)
  • Available Languages: English


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    CCIE R&S v5.0 LAB exam include 3 models(TS、DIAG and CFG).
    The total score of lab exam is 100 points ,if you get 80% every model ,you will get your CCIE number.
    TS:TS total score is 24 points,TS have 10 tickets,There are 2 tickets is 4 points, 8 tickets is 2 points,if you get greater or equal to 20 points,you will pass.
    DIAG:DIAG total score is 6 points,DIAG have 6 tickets, if you get greater or equal to 4 points,you will pass.
    CFG:CFG total score is 70 points,CFG have 5 section, if you get greater or equal to 56 points,you will pass.

    CCIE RS v5.0 LAB Examination Content

    1)TS:2 sets topology,TS1 TS2
    2)DIAG:8 sets
    3)CFG:3 sets topology,H1 CFG、H1+ CFG、H2 CFG、H2+ CFG、H3 CFG
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  • The ccie r&s lab exam dumps is a variable-length adaptive test, which means the number of questions presented to each candidate will change depending on their previous answers. Candidates will be presented with a maximum of 150 questions and a minimum of 100 questions. Within the total number of questions presented, ccie r&s lab exam dumps candidates will receive 25 unscored questioned that are used to evaluate future tests. To receive a pass/fail result, the candidate must answer a minimum of 75 scored questions and a maximum of 125 scored questions.