Posts from ‘CCNA General’

Aug
18

As you may have noticed, INE does a wide variety of training in the Cisco space.  :)     This blog post goes out to all those folks who have recently begun their Cisco training.

This month we delivered new live classes on CCNA and CCNP. We are excited for and encourage our students at every level in their journey.   In that light, we have gathered a collection of Videos Answers, targeted at the CCNA level, with a few topics leaking into security and CCNP.   These videos were primarily created as quick (under 10 minutes each) Video Answers to questions that various learners have had.

Take a look at the list of topics, and if there are 1 or 2 you feel you would benefit from, feel free to enjoy them.

Here are a few of the topics (in no particular order):

  • How the network statement really works in IOS
  • Setting up SSH
  • Initial commands for sanity sake
  • NAT with overload
  • Router on a stick
  • VRFs Continue Reading

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Aug
07

Congratulations to the winners of the CCNA Live Bootcamp.

If your email address is listed below then you will be enrolled into the CCNA Live Bootcamp scheduled to start Monday, August 9th at 9:00 a.m. PDT. You will receive an additional email from your bootcamp coordinator, Marla Horstkotte (mhorstkotte@ine.com), confirming your enrollment. You will also receive the recorded version of the bootcamp once it is completed.
The winners are:

cret###an@gmail.com
en###5@itelgua.com
eu###ashkin@gmail.com
vr###om@gmail.com
esla###iny@gmail.com

A Special Offer From INE

We would like to thank everyone who signed up for the opportunity to win a seat in the upcoming CCNA Live Bootcamp. Due to the overwhelming demand, we would like to extend you an offer to purchase this excellent class for 50% off. Offer is good until Monday, August 9th and includes both the live class and the recorded class-on-demand version. Use discount code LIVECCNA when you purchase the CCNA Live Bootcamp. Even if you are unable to attend the live version of this class, this is a great opportunity to get the class-on-demand for only $247.50!

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Aug
04

Looking to pass your CCNA exam? Or you are a CCNP/CCIE candidate looking to get a better understanding of the fundamentals.  Starting August 9th at 9:00 a.m., we will be running a live on-line CCNA bootcamp covering both the ICDN1 and ICDN2 exams!  More information on this class can be found here.

We will be selecting five lucky winners to attend the live class free of charge.  Just sign-up and confirm your email address below.  This is a great opportunity to get the best training in the world absolutely free, with no strings attached.  We will notify the five lucky winners on Friday, August 6th.


Update: Winners Selected!

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Apr
25

Here ye, here ye, VTP experts. (We are not referring to the Vandenberg Test Program, although they are very likely experts in their field as well.  :) )

Can you predict the results of a 3 switch VTP client/server scenario?

SW1-3, are connected, as shown in the diagram.

VTP question for Blog

Here is the initial output of show VTP status, and show VLAN brief on each. Note that SW1 and SW3 are servers, while SW2 is a client.   We will be adding a failure to the network in just a moment. Continue Reading

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Mar
22

One of our students asked me for a concise example of SNMPv3. James, here you go!  This blog has examples and explanations of the features used in SNMPv3.
Older versions of SNMP didn’t provide all the features of SNMPv3. V3 supports a User-based Security Model (USM) for authentication, and a View-based Access Control Model (VACM) to control what that user account may access.  Of course the user accounts don’t represent end users, they are just the configuration elements we configure on the SNMP devices, primarily for creating the connection to or from the SNMP device.

With version 3 we may use the following methods:

  1. noAuthNoPriv: requires username, but no MD5 validation of that user, and no encryption
  2. authNoPriv: requires username, provides MD5 validation, but no encryption
  3. authPriv: You guessed it. Requires username, uses MD5 validation, and encrypts too. Continue Reading

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Dec
09

Our 2010 CCIE bootcamp schedule has been released along with new simplified pricing. All on-site one week bootcamps in the US are just $1995 and two week bootcamps are $3990. Our London one week bootcamps are just $2495 and two week bootcamps are $4990. This is standardized pricing for all CCIE tracks! Pricing for our live online CCIE bootcamps has been standardized to $995.

New bootcamp locations have been added for 2010! In addition to our Reno, NV and London, UK locations we will be running bootcamps in Chicago, RTP (Raleigh, NC), Dallas and Tampa.

Routing and Switching CCIE Bootcamp Schedule
Voice CCIE Bootcamp Schedule
Security CCIE Bootcamp Schedule
Service Provider CCIE Bootcamp Schedule

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Aug
19

INE is currently producing its CCNA Audio Bootcamp. This audio bootcamp is being made available free via iTunes as it is produced. We hope you enjoy it! This product is not only recommended for CCNA students, but also CCIE R/S candidates as they prepare for the Core Knowledge Section of their lab exam.

To access these lessons, simply access the iTunes store and Search for INE. Module 1 Lesson 1 is published already for you to enjoy. If you do not/cannot use the iTunes store, you can access the files directly from podcast.ine.com.

Below you can access the complete Bootcamp Outline:

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