Sep
04

Hi Everyone,

We are excited to announce the release of the remaining CCIE Security Workbook full-scale scenarios (IEWB-SC VOL2) supporting the latest CCIE Security Lab Blueprint. The remaining Labs 8 through 10 have been posted to all subscribed accounts. The workbook is now complete, and the printed version will soon be available for shipping. Our updated full-scale labs are packed with advanced scenarios, covering all new topics in the new exam, such as GET VPN, VRF-aware IPSec, LDAP Authentication, NAC, virtual sensors, anomaly detection, IOS IPS and transparent firewall, Zone Based Firewall and many more. Those of you, who dont yet have this product, may want to check the FREE sample lab scenario and part of the solution to this lab.CCIE Security VOL2 workbook is perfect hands-on solution to get you fully prepared for the actual CCIE Security lab exam.

The full-scale labs scenarios complement our Advanced Technology Labs found in CCIE Security Workbook Volume I. This workbook contains hundreds of technology-focused scenarios, with in-depth explanations. Notice that even though Volume I labs already cover all relevant CCIE Security technologies, a work is in progress to enhance the existing scenarios, adding more breakdowns content. You will see more updates (FREE for existing customers!) coming this and next months.

In addition to the above-mentioned products, you may want to check our Core Knowledge Simulator, which is now being enhanced with more questions. You may expect to see a large amount of totally new questions added to this product next two weeks. Of course, absolute free if you already purchased the product!

Thanks for choosing INE and happy studying!

About Petr Lapukhov, 4xCCIE/CCDE:

Petr Lapukhov's career in IT begain in 1988 with a focus on computer programming, and progressed into networking with his first exposure to Novell NetWare in 1991. Initially involved with Kazan State University's campus network support and UNIX system administration, he went through the path of becoming a networking consultant, taking part in many network deployment projects. Petr currently has over 12 years of experience working in the Cisco networking field, and is the only person in the world to have obtained four CCIEs in under two years, passing each on his first attempt. Petr is an exceptional case in that he has been working with all of the technologies covered in his four CCIE tracks (R&S, Security, SP, and Voice) on a daily basis for many years. When not actively teaching classes, developing self-paced products, studying for the CCDE Practical & the CCIE Storage Lab Exam, and completing his PhD in Applied Mathematics.

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14 Responses to “CCIE Security Workbook Volume II – Now Completed!”

 
  1. Dave Burns says:

    Thanks again Peter!

  2. khaleel says:

    Thanks for Vol2 update, but I see there are mistakes in
    Vol1 VPN 2.2
    Vol1 HotFix 100.3

  3. Razvan says:

    Thanks for the updates! Are you thinking of releasing in the future (maybe next year) more Vol 2 labs ? The RS Vol 2 has 20 labs.

  4. Piotr Kaluzny says:

    Finally… Thanks guys.

    Now it is our turn ;)

    Regards,
    Piotr

  5. Paul Alexander says:

    Hi Guys,

    Glad to see some focus on the Security products.

    Really looking forward to the completion of the VolI labs before getting stuck into the VolII. Am also very interested in the audio bootcamp.

    Couple of suggestions….

    I would be very interested in there being one or two security mock labs. Those things were fantastic for R&S.

    Also, even though its not a component of the security track yet….I think a security troubleshooting workbook would be of great value. Just to really nail speedy troubleshooting of things like IPSEC that can potentially drain a lot of your time in the exam.

    Regards,

    Paul.

  6. Paul Alexander says:

    Btw, who’s scheduled to teach the bootcamp in Amsterdam come Novemeber?

  7. Kaveh says:

    Hi

    I am bit concern regarding the implication of Microsoft CA removal from the CCIE security lab as mentioned below, would you replace the current Microsoft CA by a Cisco router to provide the candidates with more exposure of configuring Cisco Router as CA in your full lab scenarios?

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    Replied by: yusuff – CCIE Proctor, CISCO SYSTEMS, CCIE – Jun 24, 2009, 12:07am PST

    Hi Tyson,

    I will do my best to answer your queries.

    Answers inline;

    1) CA server will be based on the IOS router now, and candidate need to know how to configure and troubleshoot it. No more Microsoft CA server.

    2) AIM-VPN module is not used in the lab (for now).

    3) For ACS, candidates have Admin web interface access only via browser e.g. http://ip_address:2002

    4) We provide color pencils on each desk.

    5) List of documentation seems correct, candidate can access all of these.

    6) Regarding prep legacy vs. cutting-edge, you need to have a balance and do both, but more inclined towards newer technologies.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,
    Yusuf Bhaiji

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    Link to the Cisco NetPro http://tinyurl.com/lpthxb

    • To Kaveh,

      even though MS CA is still running in the ACS server, we provide plenty of scenarios using an IOS CA, configured in any of the internal routers appropriately. Effectively, you still have a mix of both, with IOS CA requiring a bit more configuration (practically, just a few lines of IOS config).

  8. Rizzo says:

    Nice One INE.

    Can we have Diagrams in solution of SC-Vol 1? Like we had in older version. I also love the your R&S Vol 1 ver 4.1 Diagram Style. It will be much better and time saver to visualiz each task solution.

  9. Hey!

    R u guys planning to release Open Lecture Series for CCIE Security ..

    Its a great product and really helped in passing CCIE R&S Lab Exam

    Zeeshan Sanaullah , CCIE #25196 (R&S)

 

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