I hope everyone enjoyed the IPv4 Route Redistribution session on Friday. The turnout was amazing to say the least. We got off to a late start due to needing to split the streams between servers as we had over 2000 people logged in accessing the session. Once we got rolling you can really see how excited I get working on routers ;-) In fact I’ll be doing a few of these R&S CCIE sessions a month going forward since the turnout is so good and I really enjoying do this. The flow for these new online sessions will be that I run every session twice to get enough video for a complete product. After that it’ll take about one or two weeks to get the final product through editing and into your members site depending on the length of the session. These videos will be free for any AAP member or R&S CCIE Bootcamp customer.

I’m going┬áto be running┬áthe IPv4 Route Redistribution session again sometime after next week and span it over two days (6 hours each). I’ll publish labs for this next session so after you watch the videos you can go back and reinforce the concepts by doing the labs. Additionally I’ll publish the initial and final configurations for the video sessions along with the configurations I capture during each of the breaks. After that I’ll go through the videos and get the complete product released.

The next sessions will be MPLS L3 VPNs and IPv4 Multicast. Both of these will be ran twice with the first session being one day in length and the second two days. Also I’ll be fitting in a few smaller sessions in between covering other topics.

As a side note the R&S CCIE Version 5 update is just around the corner. The word is that we are looking at a April/May timeframe so I’ll try and get all of the R&S topics covered in these sessions by the end of January or mid-February. Most of the sessions will carry over to the R&S CCIE Version 5 blueprint if you aren’t planning on taking the R&S CCIE Version 4 lab.

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.

Find all posts by Brian Dennis, CCIE #2210 | Visit Website

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

6 Responses to “IPv4 Route Redistribution Session Follow Up”

  1. Ian says:

    Thanks a lot Brian, unfortunately I missed the online lecture, but this was so needed!! I can’t wait to either catch your next run or the finished product.
    Labs for this will be amazing, because I always felt this was one main area missing from Vol 1, and its a topic that always stumps me…
    Looking forward to it a lot!!


  2. Roger Perkin says:

    Great stuff Brian, my lab is in 52 days so perfect timing!

    Best quote from the last session.
    “There is a lot I like about EIGRP and there is a lot I don’t like about EIGRP, but there is enough I don’t like about it to ever run it in production” (or something like that)

  3. Deepak Arora says:

    Will these session be available to R&S ATC customers ?

  4. Blake says:

    I would just like to say that several of us were watching in our cube row, and we all enjoyed the session.

    One minor request, as it stands, any time breaks occur, it clears the stream sessions and seems to force a refresh, causing anyone who is delayed by calls or issues that crop up to lose any of the content that had not been seen yet. Could this possibly be fixed so that even if we get on a delay due to buffered content, we don’t lose the last few minutes when it is over / on break but can just catch up?

    I know I lost around the last 15 minutes when the stream went on first break for example.

  5. Jon says:

    Any update on the R&S v5 blueprint?

  6. bumi akin says:

    i was there an it was an great session indeed. many thanks Brian for your amazing insight into protocol redistribution. i will definitely be attending the other sessions to come.
    thank again.


Leave a Reply


CCIE Bloggers