Posts Tagged ‘October CCIE lab changes’
Brian McGahan and myself will be running our first Advanced Troubleshooting Bootcamp the week of Oct 12th and a second run the week of Nov 9th. The CoD will be released the week after the first bootcamp (Monday Oct 19th). Information about the new Advanced Troubleshooting Bootcamp can be found here:
The price of the CCIE 2.0 program will increase to reflect the additions of the new Volume 4 workbook and now this new Advanced Troubleshooting Bootcamp (from $2995 to $3595). For existing 2.0 customers you can upgrade using the links below:
CCIE 2.0 Upgrade Bundle (VOLIV + T/S COD): $595
Current CCIE 2.0 customers can upgrade to newest CCIE 2.0 Program, which includes CCIE R&S Volume IV Lab Workbook and CCIE R&S Advanced Troubleshooting Bootcamp CoD.
INE’s CCIE 2.0 Program will now feature training for each of the three sections of the CCIE Routing & Switching v4.0 Lab Exam. This includes the new two-hour Troubleshooting section which candidates can expect to see on the Lab Exam starting October 18, 2009.
CCIE 2.0 subscribers who purchased on or after May 5, 2009 (the date of the Cisco announcement for the updated lab) will receive the CCIE R&S Lab Workbook Volume IV 100% free. While this is not officially covered under our Investment Protection Program customers will still receive this upgrade at no additional cost. All eligible accounts will be automatically updated within the next 48 hours. CCIE 2.0 subscribers not eligible for the free upgrade can purchase the CCIE R&S Lab Workbook Volume IV for $99 by browsing to: http://store.internetworkexpert.com/cart.php?target=product&action=buynow&product_id=797&category_id. Additionally, if you purchase within the next few hours and use our extended weekend promotion, you can receive an even better rate (just enter discount code JLY10F).
While the CCIE R&S Lab Workbook Volume IV will facilitate full coverage of the v4.0 blueprint, new products (i.e. the Audio course which Scott Morris is currently developing) will not be included in CCIE 2.0 — rather subscribers will be presented with an upgrade path at the time of release.