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We have a vibrant online community over at IEOC, and it’s only getting better as recently I’ve gotten commitments from a few CCIE Voice individuals who will be answering questions along with me, regularly there. So come one, come all, and post your questions relating to CCNA Voice, CCNP Voice and CCIE Voice.
Some of the more pertinent (Voice) forums are:
Also, if you are not aware, you are able to ‘subscribe’ at the bottom of each of these forums, and once you do you will receive emails for every new post (or digest if you so choose), making this a great combination mailing list and online forum, and you are free to use it either way you prefer, or even as both, as many do. You can also simply reply to any email, and it will automatically add your reply to the online forum thread, as well as alert all other members via email. You can even start new threads by simply emailing a new subject and body to the particular forum’s email address (once you get your first email from any given forum, you will know where to send new emails to start new threads).
We are highly committed to continuing to build IEOC into being the preeminent Voice online support community, just as it has been for CCIE Route/Switch for years now.
Finally, we have recently updated our Recommended CCIE Reading Book List. Head over there to check it out when you have a chance.
Each month we would like to say thank you to our top IEOC community members for answering questions, helping others and making it an all around great online Cisco certification support community. The awards for the top four most active October 2011 members go to:
- Alexander Halim
- Cristian Matei
We will be doing this every month, so keep posting answers to those questions, we appreciate it!
Also, since we know that our RS forums are much busier than our Voice boards are (simply out of more people studying for the RS exams across all levels), we’ve decided to also include another free iPad each month for the top Voice board poster. Note, this doesn’t include asking questions in the Voice forums, but rather helping out and answering questions for other posters. So Voice people – log on and help out! Also keep in mind that you don’t necessarily have to log on to the website to answer questions. You can subscribe to the various forums, receive posts via email, and simply reply to those emails, making it a dualistic forum/mailing list.
INE team is glad to welcome Larry Hadrava, CCIE #12203, as our latest team member. Larry has been involved in networking for the past 8 years. He has been developing technical training materials for private companies as well as the US Navy and the Florida National Guard. He was designated as a Master Training Specialist in the US Navy.
Larry is going to be our primary CCIE support person, helping people on our IE Online Community and customer support system. Larry will also be involved in developing, supporting and testing our existing and new products. This will, of course, help us to improve product quality and rapidly develop exciting new training products.
Welcome to the team, Larry!
For those of you eagerly awaiting updates to the new IEWB-RS Volume 1 Version 5.0 labs you’ll be happy to know that a partial release of the IP Services section is now posted. The following topics in IP Services are now available for download on the members site:
13.1 Proxy ARP
13.2 DHCP Server
13.3 DHCP Client
13.4 DHCP Relay
13.5 DHCP Host Pool
13.6 DHCP On-Demand Pool
13.7 DHCP Proxy
13.8 DHCP Information Option
13.9 DHCP Authorized ARP
13.10 IP SLA
13.11 Object Tracking
13.15 Router Redundancy and Objects Tracking
13.17 Router ICMP Settings
13.18 Basic NAT
13.19 NAT Overload
13.20 NAT with Route Maps
13.21 Static NAT
13.22 Static PAT
13.23 NAT and IP Aliasing
13.24 Static Policy NAT
13.25 NAT with Overlapping Subnets
13.26 TCP Load Distribution with NAT
13.27 Stateful NAT with HSRP
13.28 Stateful NAT Primary/Backup
13.29 NAT Virtual Interface
13.30 NAT Default Interface
13.31 Reversible NAT
13.32 Static Extendable NAT
Please direct all questions related to this series to http://www.IEOC.com. More sections will become available this week as well, and an announcement will be posted on the blog and the IEOC site.
In order to provide the best possible service to our customers, and to the CCIE community as a whole, we have implemented a new combination web forum / mailing list server as a free service. Internetwork Expert’s Online Community (http://www.IEOC.com) officially replaces our previous Discussion Forum as a place where you can discuss both general CCIE topics for all tracks as well as Internetwork Expert specific products.
IEOC allows you to create new posts and reply to other posts like a normal web forum, but you can also read and submit posts via email! For example if you email firstname.lastname@example.org your message will be sent out to all users subscribed to the “CCIE Routing & Switching Technical” email feed, plus posted on the web forum as viewable and searchable content. Personally this is my favorite feature of the new server, as I dread checking web forums daily, but I am completely obsessed with checking my email every five minutes.
Also keep in mind that this new service is not designed to be just for product specific support. All users, customers and guests alike, are welcome to join and participate. Simply visit http://www.IEOC.com, sign up for an account with a valid email address, then click on the Forum Subscriptions link from the main page. Forums are organized per topic basis for CCIE tracks, and per product basis for IE specific support. On this page you’ll see the unique email address that is used to post or reply to that forum, and a yes/no selection under Subscribe to add yourself to the email feed.
All CCIE tracks are also broken down into separate “General” and “Technical” forums, so if you want to spend endless hours debating the merits of CCIE vs. PhD, please feel free to do so in the “General” forum.
A good starting place for most candidates would be the CCIE Routing & Switching Technical forum (email@example.com). This forum, amongst the others, is going to be actively monitored by not only myself, but also Brian Dennis, Scott Morris, and Petr Lapukhov.
If you are interested in any custom forums or mailing lists please feel free to contact me directly.
I’ve setup a new forum for the new Volume I Version 5 content. Please post all questions and comments about it here.
For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, there is a new version of the R&S Volume I labs If you are a current Volume I Version 4 customer you can request access to the new beta material automatically. To access the new material login to your http://members.internetworkexpert.com account and click on the upgrade link to the right of the “R&S Lab Workbook Volume I v4.1″ link. You’ll be sent an email with instructions on how to use our new locklizard pdf reader, and you’ll see a new course subscription in the members site for the new content access. The documents can be printed twice each, but viewed an unlimited amount of times.
If you are going to use our rack rentals for configuring the labs there are some major feature enhancements that we’ve been working on. You can now load initial configs, save your configs, and reload your saved configs on demand to any rack session that you have. Next to your active rack session you’ll see a link that says “Beta CP” for the new control panel.