Monday May 6th at 11am PDT after the current 10 Day R&S CCIE Bootcamp here in Bellevue has concluded, I’ll be holding the second part of the PfR vSeminar. This second part will cover PfR in newer IOS versions. In particular I’ll be using the same topology but with a mixture of ISR G2′s, ASR1001′s and CSR1000v’s. The ISR G2′s are running 15.3T, the ASR1001′s are running 3.9S and the CSR1000v’s are also running 3.9S. Additionally I have two of the new 3850′s in my topology. They won’t be providing anything other than L2 switching for this vSeminar but if there is enough interest I can do 1 or 2 hour short vSeminar covering them. These are really nice switches and we’re starting to replace our current switches with them.

I’ll be making another post tomorrow in regards to doing another vSeminar the same week (May 6th week) before I head to my 10 Day R&S CCIE Bootcamp and 5 Day R&S CCIE Troubleshooting Bootcamp in San Jose, CA. I’m considering doing the vSeminar on IPv4 multicast, MPLS L3 VPNs or a full scale troubleshooting lab breakdown. If anyone has any ideas or preferences for a topic let me know.

About Brian Dennis, CCIE #2210:

Brian Dennis has been in the networking industry for more than 22 years, with a focus on Cisco networking for the past 16 years. Brian achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching in 1996, and is currently the only ten year CCIE that holds five CCIE certifications. Prior to working with INE, Brian taught and developed CCIE preparation courses for various well known training organizations. Brian not only brings his years of teaching experience to the classroom, but also years of real world enterprise and service provider experience.

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17 Responses to “Performance Routing (PfR) vSeminar – Part 2”

  1. Kamran says:

    TS breakdown!! would love that topic.

  2. Ashingi Kakawa says:

    Hello Brian,
    are you still posting the link to the new PFR material?

  3. Javier says:

    Hello! I just got to this site… I’d like to know if there is any way to access to the past seminar… a video, or a resume… anything.

    Thanks a lot in advance

  4. Elie Raad says:

    IPv4 multicast

  5. Roger Perkin says:


    Really enjoyed the PFR vSeminar – any updates on when the videos will be available?
    Also looking forward to the next vSeminar do you have a topic in mind yet?

    My vote would be for a full scale troubleshooting lab breakdown


  6. Matt Butcher says:

    I think weekends are better because that is the time I have free for my studies. Any other times I would have to watch the seminars once they are posted as “on-demand”. You are very nice to provide this additional training for us.

  7. Tricia says:

    I missed the last hour of Part 1 and would love to see what I missed so I too want to know when the video will be released. :)

    Hopefully I will be able to login for Part 2.

  8. Adil Nasser says:

    Is there a link available for the past recorded vseminar?

  9. mhonsky says:

    IPv4/IPv6 Multicast and MPLS L3 VPNs is my vote please!


  10. Ted says:

    Great news on PfR, but why is INE migrating to 3850s? To my knowledge, these boxes are not part of any CCIE track. Maybe INE knows something we don’t. ;)

  11. GIO says:

    Brian the fact that you are dedicating so much time to PFR is telling us that the next CCIE ver will expande quite a lot on that.
    It would be useful to know if and when the lab will go completely virtual so that travelling will be eliminated and we can only concentrate on the lab.
    Thanks for your efforts.

  12. TY says:

    Nice job on the pfr Brian.

    For the next v-seminar,I vote for “full scale troubleshooting lab breakdown”.


  13. Jairo says:

    My vote for MPLS L3 VPNs…..

  14. Tommy says:

    Hi Brian,

    Any chances you will post the new pfR seminar to the AAP membership any time soon?


  15. Mohammad Khalil says:

    Hi Brian , will you publish the videos as the first part?



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