Archive for February, 2012

Feb
18

I recently finished up recording a brand new CCNA Voice v8 online bootcamp, and it is available for both streaming and download. I also spent a number of hours today revising the extremely popular blog post outlining INE’s “CCIE Voice in a Year” study plan.

We are still taking enrollment for our brand new CCNP Voice v8 live online bootcamp, so be sure to register if you haven’t already.
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Feb
09

Five hours of new videos have been added to INE’s CCIE Service Provider Version 3.0 Advanced Technologies Class which cover Multicast VPN and QoS support for Layer 3 MPLS VPNs.  Specifically these videos cover Multicast VPN & QoS theory, configuration, verification, and troubleshooting on both regular IOS and IOS XR, including PIM Sparse Mode, PIM Source Specific Multicast, VRF Aware PIM, Multicast Distribution Trees, BGP MDT exchange, and SP QoS Classification, Marking, Scheduling, and Admission Control.  For the remainder of the month of February these Multicast videos are free for all users to view.  The links can be found below, or from your INE members site download or streaming links for the class.

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Feb
01

Note that this announcement from Cisco is sort of a “pre-announcement” in that the official CCIE Security 4.0 change hasn’t been announced but will be really soon. This means if you want to take the v3 Security lab you should book your date ASAP.

From Cisco.com:

The Real Life of an Expert: Introducing the New CCIE Security

CCIE Security 4.0 is unusual among security certificates for its up-to-date, real-world content. It emphasizes security competency and efficient problem solving in networks that use cloud services, carry voice and multimedia traffic, and are accessed by a variety of wireless devices.

The content, currently in development, may include real-world applications that involve:

  • Securing both wireless and wired networks, including managing security policy by device and service
  • Extending application awareness to security devices, moving security up to Layer 7 from the stateless packets of Layers 3 and 4, and applying policy on a per-identity basis
  • Applying security policy in a network that has voice and video traffic
  • Securing networks that use managed services, dual ISPs, IPv6, or IP multicast
  • Cisco will soon announce the blueprints for the CCIE Security 4.0 written and lab exams; the first exam will take place approximately six months later.

    Although there are no prerequisites for registration, Cisco offers a preparation path through its CCNA and/or CCNP Security levels, and recommends that candidates have at least three years of hands-on network security experience.
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    Also I hope to see a few of you at the CCIE party here in London tonight. I’ll be easy to spot as I’ll probably be one of the only sober CCIE’s there ;-) Lastly if you’re really bored you could follow me on Twitter while I’m here at Cisco Live Europe: http://twitter.com/ccie2210

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