Posts from ‘CCIE Workbooks’

Apr
28

It’s about that time of year again – with Cisco Live US 2014 just a few weeks away, INE has several new and exciting developments to talk about.

First, I’d like to invite all of you to join us at INE Rewired, our 2014 Customer Appreciation Party at Cisco Live. The party is on Tuesday, May 20th, 2014, at 6:00pm at the Mezzanine Nightclub San Francisco. We’ll be serving complimentary cocktails and appetizers, there will be over $25,000 in prizes and giveaways, and most importantly we’ll have a sneak peak at INE’s revolutionary new training platform, which will completely change the way you learn – but more on that coming soon. Second, we have two important announcements regarding new and updated products for CCIE R&Sv5.

On May 9th & 10th, 2014, I will be running an online CCIE RSv4 to RSv5 Transition Technologies Class. This online course is for candidates who have already invested a significant amount of time preparing for the CCIE Routing & Switching version 4 blueprint, but will be taking the lab exam in the new version 5 blueprint format that begins on June 3rd, 2014. This class focuses on technologies that have been newly introduced in the v5 blueprint, such as IPsec VPNs, DMVPN, GETVPN, and Embedded Packet Capture, as well as technology enhancements such as VTPv3, EIGRP Multi-AF Mode & Wide Metrics, EIGRP HMAC & OSPF SHA Authentication, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD), and OSPF Loop Free Alternative (LFA) just to name a few. All Access Pass members can attend the class for free, but customers who purchase the CCIE RSv4 to RSv5 Transition Technologies Class will have real-time access to ask me questions via chat and will also be granted early beta access to our new new training platform, which is scheduled for release shortly after Cisco Live.

Last but not least, this week we will begin releasing our updated CCIE Routing & Switching Version 5 Workbook. INE’s CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Workbook will collapse the previous four volume format used in our CCIE Routing & Switching v4 Workbooks into a single product. Customers who previously purchased either INE’s CCIE Routing & Switching Workbook Volume I or Volume II will have the new Version 5 Workbook automatically added to their INE Members account before the end of the week. Anyone who purchased just Volume III or Volume IV as standalone products can get in touch with sales@ine.com for special upgrade pricing to the new Version 5 workbook.

The new CCIE Routing & Switching Version 5 Workbook will be priced at $499, or $299 for AAP Members. However, if you purchase either the current Volume 1 or Volume 2 workbook before Thursday, you’ll still be eligible for the free upgrade to the Version 5 Workbook, and essentially save $300 on it.  Just don’t tell my sales team that I told you about this loophole ;)

 

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Sep
21

The below is a compilation of the blost posts I made over time and that seemed to be helpful based on the feedback I received. I noticed a lot of blog visitors walking through our archives looking for the information. Hopefully, this compilation will help navigating our blog better. Feel free to post your feedback and suggestions!

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Mar
02

Thanks for all the feedback regarding this important chapter of our Volume 1 workbook. There is an updated chapter posted as of today. Enjoy your Tier 1 studies everyone!

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Feb
16

Thanks for all the feedback regarding this important chapter of our Volume 1 workbook. There is an updated chapter posted as of today. Enjoy your Tier 1 studies everyone!

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Feb
09

Thanks for all the feedback regarding this important chapter of our Volume 1 workbook. There is an updated chapter posted as of today. Enjoy your Tier 1 studies everyone!

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Jan
20

Twenty full Dynamips practice labs are now posted as part of our best-selling Volume 2 Workbook.

Enjoy the new labs, and as always, thank you for choosing INE!

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Jan
16

Hello everyone. We have posted the following updated chapters of our Volume 1 self-paced workbook:

  • IPv6 (including IPv6 Multicast)
  • MPLS
  • IP Routing

We are not done with IP Routing chapter improvements, but the purpose of this update was to redesign the OER section to function with the latest Graded Labs topology.

Enjoy the updates and thanks for choosing INE!

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Jan
10

Our students that attempt the actual exam are consistently passing the Troubleshooting section now with relative ease. Why? Well, they are focusing on strategies that we teach in our bootcamps and discuss here on the blog. They are also practicing frequently with the many sample Trouble Tickets we feature in our materials. The premier product for this practice is the Volume 4 workbook.

INE is currently adding more labs to this best-selling self-paced product. Enjoy the additional practice!

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Jan
06

Over the next several weeks, the industry standard for CCIE R&S training, INE’s Volume 1 workbook will be receiving improvements. Look for new sections to be posted automatically in your Member’s Home Pages.

The first new documents to appear will be:

  • MPLS
  • IPv6
  • Multicast

Enjoy the self-paced training, and as always, thanks so much for choosing INE!

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Nov
27

INE is thrilled to thank another valuable member of our hugely popular Online Community (IEOC.COM). This week it is Ivan Krimmel. You all know Ivan by his awesome screen name and avatar, NTllect. Ivan has selected to receive 150 rack rental tokens from Graded Labs. Congratulations Ivan. Enjoy your studies and thanks so much for all of the excellent work in the forum.

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Ivan was introduced to Networking back in 2005, when he first saw several NT servers connected in a small LAN via a hub. This was in a local Microsoft CTEC. He was really excited by the potential that a network can bring to any enterprise. Ivan decided to start the MCSE track and in a half year of study, he was certified. While learning himself, he discovered that a good way to study something is to teach someone else. This is how Ivan became an MCT at a local Microsoft CTEC.

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