We are excited to announce the pre-release of our brand new, highly anticipated CCIE Routing & Switching Audio Bootcamp. Developed from the ground-up by our own Scott Morris, CCIE #4713 (R&S, ISP-Dial, Security, Service Provider) to match the new CCIE RS v4.0 blueprint, this audio class is packed with over 30 hours of advanced technical material.

This is an ideal option for candidates who cannot afford to lose a single minute of preparation for the CCIE lab exam. This audio class perfectly complements our other technology-focused offerings, such as our CCIE R&S Advanced Technology Labs and Advanced Technologies Class on Demand. This new product is currently being offered with special pre-release pricing with over 7 hours of material already completed. The remaining 23 hours of material will be released over the coming weeks. The final release will be by the first week of October. Don’t miss your chance to save $100 off the full purchase price. Sign up today.

About Brian Dennis, CCIE #2210:

Brian Dennis has been in the networking industry for more than 22 years, with a focus on Cisco networking for the past 16 years. Brian achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching in 1996, and is currently the only ten year CCIE that holds five CCIE certifications. Prior to working with INE, Brian taught and developed CCIE preparation courses for various well known training organizations. Brian not only brings his years of teaching experience to the classroom, but also years of real world enterprise and service provider experience.

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29 Responses to “Introducing INE’s Brand New CCIE R&S Audio Bootcamp!”

  1. This is great news to the CCIE community!!!
    This will be a great tool for those that are in preparation as well as those that need a refresher on the new technologies.

    Larry Hadrava
    CCIE #12203

  2. Haresh says:


    Please advise if this product will offer any discount to current R&S customer?

  3. John says:

    Sounds like a great product (pardon the pun!)…is there a current CCIE2.0 customer discount associated with this bootcamp? Thanks…

  4. CCIE Journey says:

    What about those that have the 2.0 program already?

  5. John Spaulding says:

    And the GOD speaks!!!

  6. amit chopra says:

    is it any discount for CCIE 2.0 customer?

  7. John Spaulding says:

    Remove the post awaiting moderated…..:) I would say we wouldn’t get a discount since we never had audio as part of the CCIE 2.0 program…But I will deff snag this one. Cant wait to listen to them!!!!

  8. Lucio says:

    Would be nice to release the eigrp part as a try before you buy version.

  9. ddccie to be says:

    Read the comments but did not see a reply if an existing customer of INE and the CCIE 2.0 program will get a discount for this new CCIE v4.0 audio bootcamp. Will there be such a discount for existing students?


  10. Marc La Porte says:


    Does this audio bootcamp fall under the investment protection program? In other words, since I have the audio bootcamp, is this one free of charge?

    If not, why?


  11. Ray says:

    Will there be an update coming soon for the existing “R&S Advanced Technologies Audio Class v3.0″?

  12. Net_OG says:

    Where do we access the MP3s? Will it be posted in our Member Area? My order was completed but the content is not there. I shouls be patient but LAB is coming up soon. I need every minute to be about CCIE.

  13. Salman says:

    I would like to know what kind of protection is given to the audio bootcamp mp3 files esp. Piracy Protection.

    This is important for the customer and vendor to be sure that the investment is portected.

    Do you have any signature or inaudible sounds to decode the purchaser of the bootcamp as you have it for Class on Demand ?

    If you feel it would be a risk to share the protection technology kindly at least tell whether the files would have some form of protection


  14. We’ve been looking at a variety of protection mechanisms for “marking” a file as belonging to someone in particular. There are interesting varieties out there.

    The one I’m in favor of involves some digital marking. While possible to remove, the thing is you can imbed other data inside, so if someone listens to it slow enough to pick up on the markers, they will pick up another subliminal message instructing them to send us all of their money for 3 years.

    I’ve been told that the legal department isn’t incredibly happy about that, although I think it’s a fitting retaliation for those with too much time on their hands desiring to get something for free in an illegal fashion.



  15. Mar Apuhin says:

    INE’s Brand New CCIE R&S Audio Bootcamp ROCKS! Nice intro music Scott!

  16. Haresh says:

    Excellent product from INE. Great job Scott.

  17. Colin West says:

    Bought it! Got the pre-order discount and the 20% discount of everything!!
    Quick question, is Scott moonlighting in a harmonic organ band!!?? Just that at the start of the section I’ve listened to (Section 10 – IP Routing) there seems to be some crazy organ music at the start!!
    Brilliant product yet again by INE!! Well done Scott!

    Colin West
    CCIE# 20532 (R&S)

  18. Colin West says:

    Should of added…
    Is there any plan to do a similar bootcamp for the Security track?

    Colin West
    CCIE# 20532 (R&S)

  19. Harmonic organ band? Come on! We should have a quiz to see who can identify the songs/bands for intro music. ;)

    I use a different one for each major section.

  20. Theodore Hennessy says:

    Scott, I would have to guess Queen, Def Leppard, and 10 – 13 is tough, maybe Europe????

    Great bootcamp so far! Glad I purchased and look forward to the rest.

  21. Timothy says:

    I love what you can find on the net!

  22. Malik says:


    As many of you have might have found out that in the mentioned audio series, the Section 25 – MPLS VPN is same as Section 24 – MPLS Basic

    I would be very thankful if anybody can share this missing audio as it describes the core details about MPLS and MP-BGP



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