INE is proud to announce the upcoming release of the following new additions to our All Access Pass Video-on-Demand library:

  • CCNA Security - Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (640-553 IINS)
  • CCNP Security - Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches (642-637 SECURE v1.0)
  • CCNP Security - Deploying Cisco ASA Firewall Solutions (642-617 FIREWALL v1.0)
  • CCNP Security - Deploying Cisco ASA VPN Solutions (642-647 VPN v1.0)
  • CCNP Security - Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention System v7.0 (642-627 IPS v7.0)
  • CCIE Security Advanced Technologies Class for Blueprint v3.0
  • CCIE Service Provider Advanced Technologies Class for Blueprint v3.0

All of these classes will be delivered by me, Brian McGahan – 3 x CCIE #8593.  Release dates for the CCNA Security and CCNP Security videos will be early and late July 2011 respectively.  The CCIE Security Advanced Technologies Class will be running as a live online class from July 25th – July 29th 2011, with an estimated release date of August 5th 2011 for the videos.  The CCIE Service Provider Advanced Technologies Class will be running as a live online class from August 29th – September 2nd 2011, with an estimated release date of September 9th 2011.

Subscribers to the All Access Pass will have immediate access to the streaming videos as they become available, and can attend the live online sessions of CCIE Security ATC and CCIE Service Provider ATC at no additional charge.  Seating is limited for the live class sessions, so contact sales@ine.com as soon as possible if you are interested in attending.  Download versions of each of the classes will be available for purchase as a standalone product, or as a discounted upgrade for AAP subscribers.

We will also releasing a new CCNA course delivered by Brian Dennis – 5 x CCIE #2210, and both CCNA Voice & CCNP Voice courses delivered by Mark Snow – 2 x CCIE #14073.  More details about these releases will be available soon.


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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39 Responses to “New Upcoming Classes for CCNA/CCNP/CCIE Security & CCIE Service Provider v3.0”

  1. Manish Rajput says:

    Hello Support.

    Can you please tell who will be the instructor for each class. I love to hear brian Voice.


  2. kenyonej says:

    absolutely wonderful!

  3. Michael says:

    Hello Brian,
    Currently I have access to the CCSP track. Will I have access to all new CCNP Security videos?
    many thanks

  4. Matt says:

    How long is the CCNP Security course?

  5. ccieanna says:

    Anything from Petr.

    Hope to see the master in action

  6. Darrell Escola says:

    Brian – I will be glad to see the SP v.3 topics when the ATC is released.
    Keep up the good work!

  7. Sam says:

    You guys are always in action – couple of questions.

    1. Will the CCIE SP ATC cover most of the blue print topics or only some core topics that are related to IOS? Any IOS-XR hands on coverage?

    2.How many hours do you estimate this class would be?

    3. Any plans for SP workbook

    • @Sam: the entire blueprint will be covered with hands on examples, which includes new topics such as IOS XR, 6PE, 6VPE, VPLS, etc. It’s a five day class so I estimate it to be somewhere around 30 or 40 hours. The SP workbook will take on a new format than before. More information will be available on this as the date gets closer.

  8. Ali says:

    Hi Brian, does this mean that INE will be investing in IOS XR based devices for offering rack rentals?

    • @Ali: Yes, we will have a few. Rentals will most likely be available after the class is completed. There are a few other rack rental vendors that we are working with that will also have our topology available for rental. More specifics will be posted as it develops.

  9. Razvan Iliescu says:

    Do you think that a 5 day CCIE Security can cover all the topics ? Thanks

  10. Deepak Arora says:

    Any news about when you guys gonna redo CCIP Series. Also any plans for running MPLS, QOS, OSPF Deep dives and redoing old ones ?

  11. John smith says:

    Hi Brian,

    Not to jump the gun, any plans for a wireless CCNP/CCIE series, or a revamp of the ccna – wireless.

    Also how come no CCDE written? – especially with the release soon of CCDE lab bootcamp class on demand..

    Keep up the good work..

  12. David Franjoso says:

    Hello Brian,

    Current subscribers of CCIE Service Provider ATC will have access to the updated version of it ?


  13. Carlos_M says:

    What about the classes of the ccnp r&s? Will be updated to the new format?

  14. Crispy says:

    Hi Brian,

    Great to hear. Just wondering will there be CCNP/CCIP CoD updates later on in the year (along with download options)?

    The new format looks fantastic!

    Chris P

  15. Andre says:

    Hiya Brian, I’m not an expert in VPLS but due to the fact that the IOS-XR 3.9.1 has a limited support to VPLS,
    we can assume the most part of the VPLS features will be performed on the 7600, however, it looks like the IOU doesn’t support
    ES cards so it’s not possible to cover some parts of the blueprint with this hardware. don’t you think there is something missing here…

    How are you going to deal with that ?
    Do you think that there will have some “real” 7600 in the exam to cover some features ?
    Are you considering to build a rack with Cisco 7600 and GSR ? or GSR and 7200 ?

    Thanks a million

    • @Andre: The real exam uses IOU for the 7200/7600 image, which does not support the ES cards. This means that advanced MetroE and VPLS features are not supported. Any VPLS features tested in the 3.0 blueprint would be using IOS XR on the GSRs as the PE routers. The topology I will be using for class will consist mainly of XR 12000s, 7200VXRs, and ME3400s, with some other minor platforms for sections that do not require enhanced feature support.

  16. Yemi Salau says:

    Absolutely wonderful, I intend to go in for my SP lab in October so the v3 class has come at perfect timing. Thanks to the “Brains!”….ooops, I mean the Brians.

  17. timaz says:

    Hi, finally we will see the first class for CCIE SP V.3 from INE. greate efforts. I’m not eligible to take my exams, but I wish I could be one of first ones to register in your wonderful classes …. hope to see more from u INE!

  18. Yasir Ashfaque says:


    Thats wonderful that you will be doing SP classes, greatt.

  19. It is great news for many people who wanna prepare for CCIE SPv3.0. I can’t wait to see new update for CoD and workbook. Thank you so much for INE to still provide support for CCIE SPv3.0.

    Even though I already passed CCIE SP but still wanna study the topic in CCIE SPv3.0 from INE. Thank you … (^.^)

  20. Antonio says:

    Hi Brian,

    When will the new CCNA in R&S class be delivered?


  21. Mohsin Sohail says:

    The fact that your covering all the SP v 3 topics is amazing.

    I can’t wait for the classes to be available for download so I can study them at my own pace.

    Keep up the good work.

  22. Antonio says:

    Do you mean to the COD or to the live class?


  23. Eric says:

    What happen to 642-617 FIREWALL v1.0?


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