CCIE Voice

We’re pleased to announce that the latest version of our 5 Day Live Instructor-Led CCIE Voice Bootcamp, which was held just two months back is now available for both streaming and download from our global CDN. The CCIE Voice 5 Day Bootcamp is one of the final steps in preparing to take your CCIE Voice Lab exam. In the videos, I describe the technologies you need to know for taking the CCIE Voice lab during live classroom technology lectures and hands-on demonstrations. Watch as I walk through lab-specific demonstrations and answers many student questions in a live classroom environment, finishing up with a lively 2 hour interactive lecture regarding the best strategies and tactics to take and pass the CCIE Voice practical lab exam.

The CCIE Voice 5 Day Bootcamp consists of 24 videos totaling just over of 20 hours live lecture and demonstrations. As an All Access Pass subscriber you now already have access to this content with unlimited online streaming. You also may purchase it as a standalone product, and can download it now for just $299 (All Access Pass subscribers are given the option to download it for a small additional fee of only $149).

CCNA Voice and CCNP Voice

As of these past two Friday’s, I’ve wrapped up recordings on our new CCNA Voice and CCNP Voice video-on-demand products, respectively. These videos are now in the hands of our full-time professional video production crew, who are working their magic on the files, and getting them rendered out to our three streaming resolutions of Low, High and HD, and uploaded to our CDN. Watch this blog for the announcement of exactly when these new products become active in your All Access Pass account, but we are expecting them to be ready in roughly 1 week and 2 weeks for the CCNA and CCNP Voice respectively. These two products comprise a total of over 160 hours of unique, best-in-the-industry content.

About Mark Snow, CCIE #14073:

Mark Snow has been actively working with data and traditional telephony as a Network Consulting Engineer since 1995, and has been working with Cisco Call Manager and voice-over technology since 1998. Mark has been actively teaching and developing content for the CCIE Voice track since 2005, and the Security track since 2007. Mark's story with both data and voice technology started out quite young, as he began learning around the age of five from his father who was a patented inventor and a research scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Mark started out on Unix System V and basic analog telephony, and went on from there to large data networking projects with technologies such as Banyan Vines, IPX and of course IP, and large phone systems such as Nortel 61c, Tadiran Coral, Avaya Definity and of course Cisco Unified Communications Manager in both enterprise and 911 PSAP environments across the US and internationally. Mark is also an accomplished pilot and punched his ticket in 2001. When Mark isn't learning, labing, consulting or teaching, he can be found either piloting or possibly jumping out of a perfectly good airplane, hanging off a rock somewhere or else skiing out west. He also might just be enjoying a quiet day at the beach with his wife and two wonderful young kids, Ryleigh and Judah.

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12 Responses to “CCNA Voice, CCNP Voice and CCIE Voice Products Update”

  1. David says:

    Hi Mark,
    I’m looking forward to the new 160 hours (did I read that right)?! Thats a significant increase from the existing VoD products, or does that include all INE voice material (including CCIE ATC and Deep Dives)? I’ve struggled at times with the existing CCVP material as it seems to be a cut down version of CCIE Voice and assumes a lot of prior knowledge (call routing/translation/transformation in particular). Also, would the Voice ATC take the CCNP Voice VoD to deeper level?
    Cheers, Dave

    • Hey Dave,

      The 160hours does include some of the Deep Dive content, but it also includes a lot of newly recorded content as well, some pertaining to rudimentary things that a student who is new to voice wouldn’t necessarily know, such as basic telephony POTS interfaces and POTS and VoIP signaling, as well as other more advanced topics that CCNP Voice candidates are required to know these days such as Call Control Discovery riding atop the SAF (I have 4.5 hours on that topic alone – and that’s cool stuff BTW).

      Included in that 160 hours is none of the newly recorded CCIE Voice ATC class – that’s 55+ hours of entirely new content.


  2. Anestis Koukis says:

    Hi Mark,

    now that you have complete the production for the rest of the Voice training products, when we can expect the guide line document which you have mentioned on the online ATC “how to use them most properly to prepare for CCIE Voice”?

    Best regards


    • Hi Anestis,

      Yes indeed! I am finishing that document up, and I will be posting it once the new videos are published up to our CDN, that way I can link to the each video playlist (curriculum, if you will) and the blog post can be a one stop shop for all.

      Kind Regards,
      Mark Snow

      • Anestis Koukis says:

        Those are great news Mark, I believe it would a very helpful document. Keep up the excellent work Mark, I hope my third time will be my last.

        Best Regards

        Anestis Koukis

  3. kenny says:

    Hi Mark. i am currently a ccie student pursuing the ccie lab, a while back i had purchased the ccna voice product on a whim to take a break from the route switch lab studies and i found it very difficult to conceptualize a lot of the technologies as i do not have a pbx/telecom background are the newer updates helpful in these areas or am i expected to have a certain level of pbx/tdm system knowledge before i enter this track?

    • Hi Kenny,

      These new videos and video playlists (curriculums) cover exactly what you need and are looking for, and whether you plan to actually take the combined 6 CCNA/NP Voice exams before moving on to take the IE Voice lab or not, the NA/NP Voice certification tracks (and thus these video playlists) do not assume any prior knowledge in telephony, and begin with the basics. The only thing they do assume is a CCNA (R&S) equivalent knowledge.

  4. Ovais says:

    Dear Mark, i must say you guys are really helping the community through AAP. And i am really waiting for these products. Taking training from the worldclass voice instructor is not a thing to miss :-)

    Thanks and please keep it up. You guys are really helping us boost our careers.

  5. Zeus says:

    Hi Mark,

    When CCNA Voice and CCNP Voice VoD will be released? thanks!

    • Hi Zeus,

      As mentioned, they are both complete in terms of development and recording. Our video production team has them all. I will get the latest update from them today, however as of Monday they were very close to having the CCNA Voice finished editing/coloring/polishing/transitioning/rendering/uploading, and not very far behind should be the CCNP Voice content as well.

      I would look for the CCNA Voice to be available for stream/download by the end of this week, and the CCNP Voice to be available for both by the beginning-to-middle of next week.

      As always, this blog will be the first place both will be announced.

      Kind Regards,

  6. Well carried out. I love your content.


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