Feb
28

Last week we added a new exam review course to correlate with the recent Service Provider v4.1 blueprint changes. All Access Pass members can view this exam review by logging into their streaming account. This course is also available for purchase at ine.com.

 

Why Take This Course?

This Course is the most up to date Service Provider exam review in INE’s video course library. This course provides an overview of blueprint changes, as well as the technologies candidates should know in order to pass their CCIE Service Provider exam.

About the Course

This course is taught by Brian McGahan and includes 27 hours of content. This course is intended for those in the final stages of their CCIE studies preparing to take the CCIE Service Provider Lab Exam. Prior to taking this course, viewers should have a foundational understanding of the blueprint technologies covered in this exam and a working knowledge of Cisco’s IOS interface.

What You’ll Learn

This course will refine your skills and expand your knowledge of the blueprint technologies. You will also learn to change the way you think about problems and how to derive solutions. Last, you will gain real-world, practical knowledge to carry you past the CCIE lab and into everyday applications.

About the Instructor

At the age of 20, Brian McGahan earned his first CCIE in Routing & Switching, and became known as the “youngest engineer in the world.” He continued on to earn CCIE certifications in Security, Service Provider, and Data Center. Brian has developed and taught for INE since 2002, setting the bar for CCIE training and helping thousands of engineers obtain their own certifications–we’re proud to have such an accomplished and driven instructor on the INE team. When he is not developing new products for INE, he consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers.


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9 Responses to “New to the INE video library: CCIE Service Provider v4.1 Exam Review”

 
  1. Kurtis Hasselbring says:

    How about DCv2?

    • jdoss says:

      We are working on the new CCIE Data Center v2 materials right now and anticipate that they will be ready for release on streaming and ine.com by summer of 2018.

  2. Kevin says:

    Hi Brian,

    Is segment routing covered as part of the updated 4.1 material update.

    Many thanks
    Kevin.

    • jdoss says:

      Yes, Segment routing will be covered in the updated materials. However, while we do plan on releasing more SP v4.1 updated video courses, we do not have a set release date for these courses (Production should begin sometime this summer).

  3. Bora says:

    Hi Brian ,

    Wondering , why it is not covered under current CCIE SP V4 course .
    As I have purchased V4 one with limited budget .

    Thanks
    Bora

    • jdoss says:

      Hi Bora,

      This course is not a replacement for the other SP V4 courses, it is an exam review, which is different from a regular video course you may find on our site. Exam reviews are essentially recorded bootcamps, which are much longer and more in-depth than a regular video course. This course is 27 hours long (as opposed to 1 or 2) and is meant to expand and refine the knowledge already learned through other SP v4 courses. This course will also help students refine their exam prep and study skills and give them real-world practical knowledge that will carry them past the CCIE exam and into everyday applications. This was made into a separate course because the content of this course is not the same as other SP v4 courses and was not available until recently. If you have further questions, concerns, or would like to learn about current specials and promotions we are offering I encourage you to contact our sales team at sales@ine.com.

  4. Ashhad says:

    Hello Legends,

    I am seeking updated CCIE SP videos. please show me link so tht i can purchase it.

  5. Farrukh says:

    Hi, Is the Segment routing Traffic Engineering covered in the CCIE Service Provider v4.1 Exam Review?

 

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