This Friday concludes the 3rd week of INE’s Live CCIE RSv5 Advanced Technologies Class. Class will tentatively continue on Monday June 30th 2014 at 08:00 PDT (15:00 UTC), with advanced BGP designs and applications. Tentative class dates for next week beyond this are Tuesday July 1st and Wednesday July 2nd with the same start time of 08:00 PDT.
I list these dates as tentative because they are all dependent on Baby McGahan 3.0, whom is officially due on July 15th. Essentially as it stands I am on permanent 24/7 on-call rotation for baby to arrive at any second. E.g. don’t be surprised if I pick up my phone during class, and then immediately walk off camera with no explanation. Baby 3.0’s arrival is eminent
For those of you that have been attending live, I would like to thank you for your input during class, especially during Q&A sessions; the more you put into class the more you get out. My video team is hard at work on posting these new videos on the RSv5 ATC streaming playlist, and also the downloadable RSv5 ATC videos. In the meantime, the previous RSv4 ATC playlist can be found here, which covers many of the core topics of RSv5 along with some of the Transition Technologies that I added to the end of the playlist.
Going forward, the following is a list of key *new* features to RSv5 that we have not yet covered (we will be covering them). However, if you want to do some homework this weekend on any of these new topics, you can find a list of recommended books, documentation, cisco live presentations, etc. below that cover these. The overall RSv5 ATC outline can be found here as our CCIE RSv5 Expanded Blueprint.
- General IGP and BGP convergence optimizations
- BRKRST-3363 – Routed Fast Convergence
- EIGRP Add-Path
- EIGRP Loop Free Alternate
- EIGRP Over The Top
- EIGRP Route Tag Enhancements
- OSPF Loop Free Alternate (LFA)
- OSPF Remote LFA
- BGP Multisession Transport Per AF
- BGP Next Hop Tracking
- BGP Add Path
- BGP Prefix Independent Convergence (PIC)
- IPv6 First Hop Security
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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