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Lab 3 for our CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Workbook Volume 2 Version 5.0 is now posted on the members site.  A Lab Meet-Up for this scenario is scheduled today at 10:00 Pacific time (GMT -8).  The Class-on-Demand version will be posted shortly afterwards.  More labs in this series will begin posting next week, which will give people more time to actually configure the scnearios before attending the Lab Meet-Ups.

Also, Lab Meet-Ups will resume running on a weekly basis (starting today).  More detailed scheduling information will be available on this shortly.  Hope to see you there!

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Labs 1 and 10 of the new CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Workbook Volume 2 Version 5 (IEWB-RS) are now available on the members site.  All users with an active subscription to version 4.1 should automatically see the R&S Lab Workbook Volume II Version 5.0 Beta link when you login.  The lab meetup for lab 10 is scheduled for 9am Pacific time this Thursday.

Hope to see you there!

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The new CCIE R&S Lab Workbook Volume 2 Version 5 Lab 1 is now available.  Click here to download it.  Also the first of our new CCIE R&S Lab Meet-Up Series, starting today at 9:30am Pacific time, is open to all users.  Simply follow this link to join: If you are planning on attending I would highly recommend printing out the lab and its diagram prior to us starting, as the majority of the class will be held on the command-line.

The schedule of following lab meet-ups will be posted shortly, as well as a projected timeline for the release of the rest of the volume 2 version 5 labs.

Hope to see you on class!

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This Friday the CCIE R&S Lab Meet-Up series kicks off with the new CCIE R&S Lab Workbook Volume 2 Version 5 Lab 1.  The new lab will be posted on the members site on Thursday, and the lab meet-up starts at 9am Pacific time.  The session should lab about 4 hours, depending on how many questions people have.  Essentially I will be configuring and explaining the lab live on the command line, and going through the logic of the solutions in detail.

It’s not too late to sign-up for the series, so contact our sales department if you have any questions.  I hope to see you there!

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