The CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies Class v5 resumes Wednesday, July 23rd at 8:00 AM PDT (15:00 UTC) at live.ine.com, where we will be discussing MPLS Layer 3 VPN. In the meantime, you will find the streaming and download playlists have been updated and now includes over 63 hours of content.

We have some other great news as well. The CCIE R&S v5 Rack Control panel has been released with the built-in telnet, loading and saving configs and one click device configurations and reset requests. Also, new content will be posted this week to the workbook, including all new troubleshooting labs.

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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5 Responses to “CCIE RSv5 ATC Continues Wednesday, July 23rd”

  1. Ciprian says:

    Great news Brian, welcome back ! :)

  2. timaz says:

    Hi Brian. regarding RS V5 newly added changes, would you mind, please, discussing “policy-based IPSec VPNs” in detail? recently I’m in the process of learning of IPSec but cannot find what I’m looking for, despite small topics here and there. in some sites, they discuss IPSec while 2 end points are directly connected to each other which cannot cover the routing logic in this kind of scenarios. even I’ve read about this since 1 months ago, I just heard yesterday that we have two categories of VPN. policy-based and routed-based !! it will be so good for us if you discuss a real world but small scenario about this VPN here in this blog, because I’m exhausted with lots of topics which don’t have basic to intermediate coverage. thanks for your time.

      • timaz says:

        Hi Brian and thanks for your reply. I mean, IPsec whithout using routing protocol or static route to redirect interesting traffic through a tunnel. in other words, supposing we have some routers between our two end-point routers, how can we apply crypto map to physical interface on end-point routers, without creating tunnel between them? I’m really confused and there is no such topics out there. I’ve notices some RRI scenarios and don’t know if “policy-based” IPSec is the same as using RRI. would u mind please, discussing a topic to cover that? I i appreciate you. tnx.


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