This test is killing me! I've tried twice and failed both times. I've gone through the Firewall Configuration Essentials 101 PowerPoint half a dozen times, in detail, as well as the Administrator's guide, a dozen technical documents, etc., before each attempt and I have gotten a 69% both times. I think several of the questions are horrible and are not specific enough. I've been playing on these firewalls for months now, and I have configured two of them from the ground up, so I am fairly comfortable configuring them.
Any suggestions on how to pass this thing?
There are many questions I remembered from the first time through and I studied up on them. Some of the questions I couldn't find a clear answer for. The CCNA exam was easier than this. I could at least buy a book where all the topics on the exam could be studied and I didn't have to use a thousand different resources.
I was going to ask everyone for suggestions on this test as I'm studying for it. Not excited to hear you find it harder than the CCNA though. Any suggestions on review other than the 101 course and the Admin guide?
Anyone who's passed it have any suggestions as to what they did?
Read through the admin guide several times and any documentation the admin guide refers to.
I say it was harder than the CCNA because with the CCNA you can find material to study that covers all topics in one source, like a good CCNA textbook. There is also a clear cut list of exam topics. Good luck finding this with Palo Alto exams. There are several questions on the exam I could not find a clear answer for anywhere, not even from the admin guide. Basically, the correct answer to those questions come from personal experience.
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