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This is a review of the CCIE command memorizer. Firstly, I did not pay anything for the product, David let comman try it out so I could write a blogpost about it and he has a chance to respond to my remarks. He runs the website ConfigureTerminal. When purchasing the CCIE command memorizer you will get some additional products as a bonus. Lets start by going through these.

Configure Terminal CCIE Command Memorizer – Network Engineer

This is an e-book with useful commands in the IOS. Some things you will find in vcnp e-book. Overall a good product since it is included anyway but if you are well versed in Cfnp you will recognize most of these.

When using the MPLS command memorizer you will see a network diagram in Visio style and then the tasks required to finish the section. The configuration is done in a virtual PuTTY terminal. A task could be setting up BGP peering sessions and activating the peer under the right address-family. If you need a hint you can enter an Y on the righthand side and the correct command to be used will be shown.


This is good because it gives you the chance to practice in mmeorizer areas that you are weak. If you are doing the CCNP this is a good product.

It will show you a network diagram and the tasks that you need to complete. It contains labs for all the different routing protocols. Every day I have a 40 minute commute one way to work and I spend that time studying. I wanted a way to keep labbing fresh and running the full CCIE topology in Dynamips on my laptop is not an option.

The program is divided into different sections. The CCIE quick fire is a question bank with short answers. A question could be what timer is used for a routing protocol or what the AD is for a protocol and the questions are divided into different sections.

Most of memorizee questions are good but some feel a little overkill and out of context, xommand answering fibre lengths for different commanx.

A very good idea but an update of this section would be nice. Then we have the main section that is labs. This is a quite nice feature I think because even though we are practicing for the lab we still need to know the theory behind.


There is a lot of labs available, probably hundreds. When you type into the virtual PuTTY terminal there is no option to use the questionmark to find out available commands.

Route Command Memorizer Package

If this is a good thing or not is up to you, this will force you to learn the commands which might be a good thing. If you want to see what the program looks like and the structure of it please check out Davids website. Overall I feel it is a useful product if you have the right expectations for it.

This does not replace Dynamips in any way, this is the first thing you need to understand but it can be a good sidekick. Lastly here are some pros and cons with the product. Regarding updates I was told that the product will be updated in a couple of months. Your email address will not be published.

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