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The first beta release of our CCNP Lab Workbook is now posted for all customers of the CCNP Bootcamp Class-on-Demand. A sample of it can be viewed here. Current customers can find the workbook on the CCNP Bootcamp Class-on-Demand page of the INE Members Site.
INE is proud to announce that our CCNP Class-on-Demand is now completed and available for viewing! Taught by yours truly, the class includes more than 45 hours of videos covering the latest BSCI, BCMSN, ISCW, and ONT exams for the CCNP. Whether your are preparing for the CCNP, or brushing up for the new Core Technologies section of the CCIE R&S Lab Exam, this series will exceed all your expectations.
Using our tried and true hands-on learning approach, by using this series you will not only learn how these networking technologies work in real-world design scenarios, but you will also see live IOS command line and SDM GUI examples of how to configure, verify, and troubleshoot them.
We are pleased to announce the latest updates made to our renowned CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies Class-on-Demand. The new content covers MPLS Layer 3 VPNs (LDP, BGP, PE-CE Routing etc) and the new Security features (such as Zone-Based Firewall and IOS IPS) found in the updated CCIE R&S v4.0 lab exam. All customers who already purchased the existing version of the CoD will get the updates for FREE under our Investment Protection Program. There are more updates coming soon to cover additional topics such as OER, 802.1x, etc.
Existing customers should expect to see the new content posted to their INE classroom accounts shortly today or tomorrow.
Attention Professional and Expert Level Engineers!
Are you tired of interviewing entry-level staff with no real world knowledge or troubleshooting skills… the so-called “paper CCNA”? Instead of letting your associate engineers rely on brain dumps and memorization to pass their exams, help them build a solid foundation for the advancement of their careers with our new CCENT Class-on-Demand!
Developed from the ground up this course teaches core networking theory and configuration fundamentals through a structured approach, and develops real-world troubleshooting skills.
Using the same hands-on learning approach offered in our CCIE-level products, our CCENT Class-on-Demand will not only provide candidates with everything they need to pass the 640-822 ICND1 exam, but also allow them to hit the ground running in production network support roles.
Students will receive the following with our CCENT Class-on-Demand:
- Over 12 Hours of Class-on-Demand Video
- Over 120 Practice Exam Questions
- Hands-On Practice Labs
- Short, Focused, Self-Paced Sessions Led By A CCIE Instructor!
- Interactivity In Every Session
- Constant Review Through Assessments
- 24×7 Interactive Online Community Access
Visit http://www.internetworkexpert.com/ccent.htm to view sample videos and practice tests, and figure out if you are smarter than a CCENT!
There is a new Class-on-Demand for Understanding the Cisco Documentation available for public viewing. This CoD covers the new format of the documentation that has since changed from the old www.cisco.com/univercd/ format. Understanding how to navigate the documentation is a vital skill to passing the exam, so if you haven’t spent much time with the new format I would highly recommend you take a look at this CoD.
Below is the schedule for the remaining live sessions of the IEATC-VO class that will become the IEATC-VO Class-on-Demand. Everyone should already have access to the first part of the IEATC-VO Class-on-Demand sessions in their classroom account (http://ieclass.internetworkexpert.com). The recordings for these new sessions will automatically show up in your account the next business day after the session. The videos will also be available in downloadable format (Quicktime for high resolution and a 320×240 resolution for loading them onto a portable device (iPod, iPhone, etc).
To attend the live sessions login to your classroom server account and click on “My Calendar”. There you will see the sessions in your calendar along with the access information for the sessions.
Additionally we will be starting the new Voice CCIE 2.0 Open Lecture Series with the first session being Dec 9th. If you have purchased the IEATC-VO CoD, live IEATC-VO class or the Voice CCIE Bootcamp prior to the end of this week you will automatically get the new Open Lecture Series. As with the R&S Open Lecture Series the Voice Open Lecture Series sessions will run two or three times per week, three weeks a month, primarily covering various topics as they relate to the current Voice CCIE Lab (advanced IPCC scripting, CallManager 4.1(3) troubleshooting, Voice CCIE Lab strategy, etc). In addition some sessions will cover topics that you could possibly see after the anticipated mid-2009 Voice CCIE Lab updates (CUCM 6.1, CUCM 7, MeetingPlace Express, VoIP Security, Video, etc) along with various real world VoIP topics and scenarios. The recordings for these sessions will also be available if you are unable to attend the live sessions.
We will post an update on the written self-paced products this week along with an outline for the new Open Lecture Series sessions.
IEATC-VO Session Schedule:
Topic: Dial Plan – This session covers basic and advanced dial plan with CallManager 4.1(3) and CME 3.3. Additional CallManager topics covered in this session are Time Periods, Time Schedules, Client Matter Codes (CMC) and Forced Authorization Codes (FAC).
Start Time: 11/19/2008 11:00 AM – PST
Topic: VPIM Networking – This session covers VPIM networking using Unity 4.0(5) and CUE 2.1.3.
Start Time: 11/22/2008 2:00 PM – PST
Topic: Gatekeepers and Gateways – This session covers H.323 Gatekeepers & Gateways using IOS based routers 12.4(5b), CallManager 4.1(3) and CME 3.3.
Start Time: 11/24/2008 2:00 PM – PST
Topic: High Available in CallManager 4.1(3) – This session covers SRST (Survivable Remote Site Telephony), AAR (Automatic Alternate Rerouting) and Call Survivability.
Start Time: 11/25/2008 2:00 PM – PST
Topic: CallManager 4.1(3) Applications and Services – This session covers IPMA (shared and proxy mode), Attendant Console, Extension Mobility, Call Park, Meet-Me and Pickup Groups.
Start Time: 11/26/2008 2:00 PM – PST
Topic: Unity 4.0(5) – This session covers integration with CallManager 4.1(3), Subscribers, Subscriber Templates, Class of Service (COS), Public Distribution Lists (PDL), Call Flow, Call Handlers and additional advanced topics. Note that VPIM is covered in a separate session.
Start Time: 12/01/2008 11:00 AM – PST
Topic: Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) Express version 4.0(1) – This session covers integration with CallManager 4.1(3) and basic script customization. Advanced IPCC scripting is covered in CCIE 2.0 Open Lecture Series.
Start Time: 12/03/2008 11:00 AM – PST
Topic: LAN and WAN QoS – This session covers LAN QoS as it relates to the Catalyst 6500 and 3550 along with WAN QoS in IOS 12.4(5b).
Start Time: 12/05/2008 11:00 AM – PST