May
20

I thought it would never end, but after 17 class days and over 80 hours of lecture, I’m proud to announce that our new CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies Class is now complete!

This is by far the most complete run of this class I’ve ever done, and from what I’ve seen there’s nothing else that comes close to the length, breadth, and depth of this content.  For those of you that attended the live classes, I hope it was both informative and enjoyable.  For those of you who couldn’t attend live, the On-Demand versions will be available in both our new HTML5 streaming format and available for download starting this week.  More information will be posted shortly with along with additional samples.

Below is the outline of the topics that I covered in class:

  • Class Overview
    • Introduction
    • Using the Cisco Documentation
  • Bridging & Switching
    • Ethernet Overview
    • Layer 2 Switchports
    • Trunking
    • ISL
    • 802.1q
    • DTP
    • VTP
    • VTP Authentication
    • VTP Pruning
    • VTP Prune Eligible List
    • VTP Transparent
    • VTP Troubleshooting
    • Trunk Allowed List
    • Extended VLANs
    • SVIs
    • Native Routed Interfaces
    • Router-on-a-Stick
    • Layer 2 EtherChannel
    • EtherChannel Load Balancing
    • Layer 3 EtherChannel
    • 802.1q Tunneling
    • Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling
    • EtherChannel over 802.1q Tunneling
    • STP Root Bridge Election
    • STP Root Port Election
    • STP Designated Port Election
    • STP Priority
    • STP Cost
    • STP Port-Priority
    • Day 2 Review
    • STP Timers
    • STP PortFast
    • STP UplinkFast
    • STP BackboneFast
    • STP BPDU Filter
    • STP BPDU Guard
    • STP Root Guard
    • STP Loop Guard
    • Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD)
    • Multiple Spanning-Tree Protocol (MST)
    • Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocl (RSTP)
    • Rapid-PVST
    • MST with Multiple Regions
    • Flex Links
    • Frame Relay
    • Frame Relay Configuration Part 1
    • Frame Relay Configuration Part 2
    • Frame Relay Switching
    • Back-to-Back Frame Relay
    • Frame-Relay End-to-End Keepalives
    • PPP
    • PPP PAP Authentication
    • PPP CHAP Authentication
    • PPPoFR
    • PPPoE
    • Transparent Bridging
    • IRB
    • Fallback Bridging
  • IP Routing
    • IP Routing Overview
    • Switching Paths
    • Static Routing
    • Static Routing Examples
    • IP Default-Gateway
    • IP Default-Network
    • On-Demand Routing (ODR)
    • Floating Static Routes
    • Backup Interface
    • Enhanced Object Tracking
    • IP SLA
    • Reliable Static Routing
    • Policy Routing
    • GRE Tunneling
    • GRE Recursive Routing Errors
    • Reliable Backup Interface with GRE
  • RIP
    • RIP Overview
    • RIP Versions
    • RIP Auto-Summary
    • RIP Split-Horizon
    • RIP Timers
    • RIP Broadcast Updates
    • IP Directed Broadcast
    • IP Broadcast-Address
    • Smurf Attacks
    • Fraggle Attacks
    • RIP Unicast Updates
    • RIP Offset-List
    • RIP Authentication
    • RIP Summarization
    • Prefix-Lists
    • RIP Distribute-List Filtering
    • RIP Administrative Distance Filtering
    • RIP Default Routing
    • RIP Conditional Default Routing
    • RIP Triggered
    • RIP Validate Update Source
  • EIGRP
    • EIGRP Overview
    • EIGRP Auto-Summary
    • EIGRP Split-Horizon
    • EIGRP Update Types
    • EIGRP Neighbor
    • EIGRP Passive-Interface
    • EIGRP Hello-Interval
    • EIGRP Hold-Time
    • EIGRP Authentication
    • EIGRP Time Based Authentication
    • EIGRP Path Selection
    • EIGRP Metric Weights
    • EIGRP Traffic Engineering
    • EIGRP Unequal Cost Load Balancing
    • EIGRP Variance
    • EIGRP QUERY
    • EIGRP Summarization
    • EIGRP Leak-Map
    • EIGRP Stub Router Advertisement
    • EIGRP Default Routing
    • EIGRP Route Filtering
    • EIGRP Router-ID
    • Miscellaneous EIGRP Features
  • OSPF
    • OSPF Overview
    • Establishing OSPF Adjacencies
    • Understanding the OSPF Database
    • OSPF Network Type Broadcast
    • OSPF DR/BDR Election
    • OSPF over NBMA
    • OSPF Network Type Non-Broadcast and Point-to-Multipoint
    • OSPF Network Type Point-to-Point
    • OSPF Network Type Mismatch
    • OSPF Network Type Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast
    • OSPF Per Neighbor Cost
    • OSPF Network Type Loopback
    • OSPF Path Selection
    • OSPF Convergence Timers
    • OSPF Authentication
    • OSPF Summarization
    • OSPF Stub Areas
    • OSPF Totally Stubby Areas
    • OSPF NSSAs
    • OSPF Totally NSSAs
    • Controlling OSPF NSSA Redistribution
    • OSPF Type 7 to 5 Translator Election
    • OSPF LSA Type 3 Filter
    • OSPF Forwarding Address Suppression
  • Route Redistribution
    • Route Redistribution Overview
    • Route Redistribution Configuration & Verification
    • Connected Redistribution
    • OSPF External Path Selection
    • TCL PING Scripting
    • Routing Loops Overview
    • EIGRP Route Loop Prevention
    • Metric Based Routing Loops
    • Route Tagging
    • Administrative Distance Based Routing Loops
    • Debug IP Routing
    • IP Route Profile
  • BGP
    • BGP Overview
    • BGP Peering Types
    • Establishing BGP Peerings
    • EBGP Multihop
    • BGP Neighbor Disable Connected Check
    • BGP TTL Security
    • BGP 4-Byte ASNs
    • BGP Local AS
    • BGP Peer Groups
    • BGP Next-Hop Self
    • BGP Next-Hop Processing
    • BGP Local AS
    • BGP Peer Groups
    • BGP Next-Hop Self
    • BGP Next-Hop Processing
    • BGP Route Reflectors
    • Large Scale BGP Route Reflectors with Clusters
    • BGP Confederation
    • BGP NLRI Advertisements
    • BGP Network Statement
    • BGP Redistribution
    • BGP Aggregation
    • BGP Aggregation & Summary-Only
    • BGP Aggregation & Unsuppress-Map
    • BGP Origin
    • BGP Aggregation & AS-Set
    • BGP Aggregation & Advertise-Map
    • BGP Conditional Route Injection
    • BGP Bestpath Selection
    • BGP Multipath
    • BGP Weight
    • BGP Local Preference
    • BGP Local Preference and Communities
    • BGP AS-Path Prepending
    • BGP MED
    • BGP MED Missing As Worst
    • BGP Deterministic MED
    • BGP Communites
    • BGP Regular Expressions
    • BGP Filtering
    • BGP Convergence Timers
    • BGP Default Routing
    • Miscellaneous BGP Features
  • MPLS
    • MPLS Overview
    • MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP)
    • MPLS Tunnels
    • MPLS Penultimate Hop Popping (PHP)
    • MPLS Layer 3 VPNs Overview
    • VRF Lite
    • MPLS Layer 3 VPNs and VPNv4 BGP
    • MPLS Layer 3 VPN Verification & Troubleshooting
    • MPLS Layer 3 VPN OSPF PE-CE Routing Overview
    • MPLS Layer 3 VPN OSPF PE-CE Routing Path Selection & Sham-Links
    • MPLS Layer 3 VPN OSPF PE-CE Routing Loop Prevention & Down-Bit
    • OSPF Capability VRF-Lite
  • IPv6
    • IPv6 Overview
    • IPv6 ICMPv6 ND
    • IPv6 over NBMA
    • IPv6 Routing Overview
    • IPv6 Static Routing
    • IPv6 RIPng
    • IPv6 EIGRPv6
    • IPv6 OSPFv3
    • MP-BGP for IPv6
    • IPv6 Tunneling
  • Multicast
    • Multicast Overview
    • IGMP
    • PIM Overview
    • PIM Dense Mode
    • PIM Sparse Mode
    • PIM Sparse Mode Configuration
    • PIM Sparse Mode RPF & RP Troubleshooting
    • Auto-RP
    • Multicast over GRE Tunnels
    • Bootstrap Router (BSR)
    • Bidirectional PIM
    • Source Specific Multicast (SSM)
    • MSDP
    • Anycast RP
    • IPv6 Multicast Routing
  • QoS
    • QoS Overview
    • IntServ QoS
    • DiffServ QoS
    • IP Precedence
    • DSCP
    • MQC
    • HQF
    • MQC Classification
    • FIFO
    • FQ
    • WFQ
    • CBWFQ
    • HQF
    • LLQ
    • WRED
    • Traffic Shaping
    • Traffic Policing
    • Frame Relay Traffic Shaping (FRTS)
    • RSVP
    • Catalyst 3560 QoS
  • Security
    • IOS Security Overview
    • Access Lists (ACLs)
    • Time Based ACLs
    • Dynamic ACLs
    • Reflexive ACLs
    • TCP Intercept
    • Content Based Access Control (CBAC)
    • Zone Based Policy Firewall (ZBPF)
    • AAA
    • Local Authentication
    • Local Authorization
    • Role Based CLI Access
    • Port Security
    • Static CAM Entries
    • Storm Control
    • 802.1X Authentication
    • PACLs
    • RACLs
    • VLAN Access Maps (VACLs)
    • DHCP Snooping
    • Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI)
    • IP Source Guard
    • Protected Ports
    • Private VLANs
  • IP Services
    • IP Services Overview
    • HSRP
    • VRRP
    • GLBP
    • NAT
    • DHCP
    • DNS
    • NetFlow
    • WCCP
    • Miscellaneous IP Services
  • System Management
    • System Management Overview
    • NTP
    • NTP Authentication
    • SNMP
    • RMON
    • Syslog
    • Telnet
    • SSH
    • Banners
    • EEM Scripting
    • Miscellaneous System Management

 

About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13:

Brian McGahan was one of the youngest engineers in the world to obtain the CCIE, having achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching at the age of 20 in 2002. Brian has been teaching and developing CCIE training courses for over 10 years, and has assisted thousands of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification. When not teaching or developing new products Brian consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in the midwest region of the United States.

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40 Responses to “New CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies Class Now Complete!”

 
  1. DennisD says:

    Thanks Brian for all the hard work you put into the class. I can’t wait to catch up on the parts of the days I was not able to attend because of other obligations. I found the parts I was able to attend very informative.

  2. Ronaldo Marins says:

    Excelent Job guys. I do not expect less from you. I’m looking forward to seeing the results.

  3. I’ve been waiting for INE to “clean-up” the material into something that will cover most of the required material for CCIE RS Exam. Hopefully this is the answer.

    PS. 1 person teaching all of these materials? Is this for real? :-)

  4. Suryanto says:

    That is great. However, do it will be published also for CCIE 2.0 Upgrade that cover CCIE R/S version 4.0

    Thx.

  5. blp aka bgp says:

    you the man, and thanks again!!

    looking forward to it Bri!

  6. Wayne says:

    Brian,

    Based on the outline alone, I am sure this will be phenomenal. I really look forward to seeing the content.

  7. Daniel says:

    Will you include prices in the next post? I’m interested in price for downloading videos.

  8. Hello Brian,

    good job. I cannot wait to get my hands on this product. I hope that the next in line will be the troubleshooting bootcamp with extensive hands-on and in-depth scenarios. I know it’s too much to ask but it’s doable :)

    Regards

  9. Muddasir Khan says:

    Gosh!! A wonderful effort, Awesome!!… the syllabus looks quite scary :(

  10. Cristiano says:

    Are tese videos will be included in all-access pass ?

    RRegards,

  11. Bitje says:

    The download versions will they be available for 2.0 customers or do they have to be purchased separately?

  12. Syed says:

    I have got the self- paced R&S course. Will i get this new COD of R&S in my acoount?

  13. Deepak Sharma says:

    I attended most of the sessions of these classes and these are the most comprehensive topic wise classes for CCIE v 4.0 exam. Many thanks to Brian.
    @Brian please let us know when you will deliver the Lab Strategy session.
    @Deepak 99% of the topic you mentioned here are covered in these classes

  14. Ian Finlayson says:

    Well Done Brian :) Great Job!!! Looking forward to the videos now. Thanks for the updates!!!!

  15. kenyone johnson says:

    wonderful!!!!

  16. kher says:

    Thanks Brian for your great effort ,
    I just would like to know if i will be able to access the new Videos , as i have account and i already have access to the current CCIE R&S v4.0 Advanced Technologies Video-on-Demand and all workbook , i bought even the 2 DVD for version 3.

    do i will be able to access it or i will need to buy it ?

    Thanks

  17. Ganesh says:

    Thanks Brian.

    I still dont see the updates in my account. When do you think it would be available ?

    Thanks.

    • Hi Ganesh,

      Your members account has been updated with all 17 days of the new R&S ATC curriculum. It is currently in the older Adobe classroom format, however either by the end of the day today, or else tomorrow morning at the latest, you should notice that there will either be a new link or that the existing link for the ATC class will take you to the new AAP UI, and by morning we expect to have up to 80 of the 115 modules rendered out and uploaded to our new CDN.

  18. JL says:

    Great job, can’t wait.

  19. Faisal says:

    Dear Sir,

    Do you have any tentative dates when these videos would be posted to our accounts for viewing or download ?

    Faisal

    • Hi Faisal,

      Your members account has been updated with all 17 days of the new R&S ATC curriculum. It is currently in the older Adobe classroom format, however either by the end of the day today, or else tomorrow morning at the latest, you should notice that there will either be a new link or that the existing link for the ATC class will take you to the new AAP UI, and by morning we expect to have up to 80 of the 115 modules rendered out and uploaded to our new CDN.

  20. Ashraf Esmat Khalil (Triple CCIE=19158) says:

    HI Brain,

    You are the best instructor worldwide. I always watch your class since 2006, to keep my knowledge up to date.

    Is there any plan to produce a class, and workbooks for the New SP CCIE blueprint?

    Ashraf

  21. Franco says:

    when are the lecture going to be available?

    • Hi Franco,

      Your members account has been updated with all 17 days of the new R&S ATC curriculum. It is currently in the older Adobe classroom format, however either by the end of the day today, or else tomorrow morning at the latest, you should notice that there will either be a new link or that the existing link for the ATC class will take you to the new AAP UI, and by morning we expect to have up to 80 of the 115 modules rendered out and uploaded to our new CDN.

  22. AlanJames says:

    So, when do we get access ? ;)

    • Hi AlanJames,

      Your members account has been updated with all 17 days of the new R&S ATC curriculum. It is currently in the older Adobe classroom format, however either by the end of the day today, or else tomorrow morning at the latest, you should notice that there will either be a new link or that the existing link for the ATC class will take you to the new AAP UI, and by morning we expect to have up to 80 of the 115 modules rendered out and uploaded to our new CDN.

  23. Smail says:

    Hi,

    Do you know when we can view the material on Browser instead of ADOBE?

  24. Hamood says:

    Are we going to be able to view them on IPAD ?

  25. suryanto says:

    Hi Brian,
    The fifth video needed to be activated using all access pass for $159 / month eventhough I have access to AT COD v4.0.

    • Hi Suryanto,

      Your members account has been updated with all 17 days of the new R&S ATC curriculum. It is currently in the older Adobe classroom format, however either by the end of the day today, or else tomorrow morning at the latest, you should notice that there will either be a new link or that the existing link for the ATC class will take you to the new AAP UI, and by morning we expect to have up to 80 of the 115 modules rendered out and uploaded to our new CDN.

  26. nikmah says:

    how abaout the cost?and where is the place traning?

  27. Greg says:

    Awesome work Brian, looking forward to it after working through your excellent CCNP stuff (I did my CCNP in 2001, was de-certed in 2004…only re-doing it for a Masters university course)…then tackling the CCIE :-)

  28. Annaliese Saint says:

    Thought-provoking discussion ! I am thankful for the specifics ! Does anyone know if my company might grab a sample IRS 1120-RIC form to edit ?

 

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