Aug
25

The first portion of INE’s new CCIE Security Advanced Technologies Class for the 3.0 blueprint is now available in both streaming and download formats.  Subscribers to the All Access Pass already have access to this new course, and can upgrade to the download version for $159.  Non-subscribers can purchase the standalone download for $299, or subscribe to the AAP for just $159 per month.  Customers who have access to previous versions of the CCIE Security ATC will get access to the new streaming version at no extra charge.

The current release of the class contains the first 18 hours of videos.  New videos will be posted incrementally over the next few weeks, to bring the final runtime somewhere between 40 and 60 hours.  Specifically the following topics are covered in this first portion of the release:

  • Introduction 0h 37m
  • CCIE Security Preparation Resources 0h 50m
  • ASA Overview 0h 37m
  • Basic ASA Initialization 1h 02m
  • ASA Routing 0h 37m
  • ASA Reliable Static Routing
  • ASA Access Control Lists (ACLs) 0h 41m
  • ASA Modular Policy Framework (MPF) Overview 0h 53m
  • ASA Modular Policy Framework (MPF) Configuration 0h 51m
  • ASA Advanced TCP Inspection with MPF 0h 40m
  • ASA Advanced Application Inspection with MPF 0h 36m
  • ASA Quality of Service (QoS) 0h 30m
  • ASA Network Address Translation (NAT) Part 1 0h 50m
  • ASA Network Address Translation (NAT) Part 2 0h 30m
  • ASA Transparent Firewall Overview 0h 25m
  • ASA Transparent Firewall Configuration 0h 43m
  • ASA ARP Inspection with Transparent Firewall 0h 21m
  • ASA Multiple Context Mode Overview 0h 42m
  • ASA Multiple Context Mode Configuration 0h 59m
  • ASA Redundant Interfaces 0h 22m
  • ASA Failover Overview 0h 19m
  • ASA Active/Standby Failover Routed Firewall Configuration 0h 29m
  • ASA Active/Standby Failover Transparent Firewall Configuration 0h 17m
  • ASA Active/Active Failover Routed Firewall Configuration
  • ASA Multiple Context Transparent Firewall Configuration 0h 29m
  • ASA Active/Active Failover Transparent Firewall Configuration 0h 29m
  • IOS Access Control Lists (ACLs) 0h 23m
  • IOS Time Based ACLs 0h 13m
  • IOS Lock & Key Security with Dynamic ACLs 0h 24m
  • IOS Reflexive ACLs 0h 44m
  • IOS TCP Intercept and Content Based Access Control (CBAC) 0h 39m
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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12 Responses to “New CCIE Security ATC Now Available in Streaming and Download Formats”

 
  1. Hello Brian,

    Can you post all the topic covered in the Security Bootcamp.

    Regards
    Rajput

  2. Ovais says:

    Thats simply classic :-)

    Waiting for the new videos and also CCNP Security :-( , i just hope brian doesnt change his mind on them

  3. Mohamed Saad says:

    Well Done Brian I was waiting for it …
    can you please tell me when CCNA and CCNP Security will be posted for stream like ATC …..

  4. Maher says:

    Dear Brian,
    Is this will be free for already users purchased the ATC previously?

    Thanks,

  5. Shiling says:

    I believe we were told that both ATC and Bootcamps will be available in download format for members who bought self-pace security ultimate bundle.

    Shouldn’t INE keep the promise?

  6. Nadeem Rafi says:

    I am looking for an article from INE about how to approach for CCIE from CCNA upto CCIE. Like we have articles for RS and Voice (recently posted).

  7. Ovais says:

    Dear Brian,

    You guys are currently the market leader in RnS material and quality wise. I think almost each and every topic of RnS is covered in detail in ATC. I just wanted to know that do you claim the same for CCIE sec ATC ?

    Also, as Mark said (pls correct me if i misunderstood it) that after doing ccna voice and ccnp voice videos, we have already covered 95% of CCIE voice material. Then it remains just practice.

    If possible for you, in a blog post can you describe the same of ccie security ? In my view, if someone covers ccnp security in detail, then i think more then 90% of his studies are already covered ? is this correct ?

    Me and my colleague were planning to study for CCIE security, but we wanted to start from ccnp level, thats why i was continously asking for ccnp security by you :-)

    Pls do give your input.

 

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