Sep
02

Edit: This topology has been deprecated and replaced by a similar but simpler topology used in INE's CCIE SPv3 Lab Workbook.  More information about this topology is available here.

Per the request of many candidates, I've finished putting the final touches on the hardware topology that will be used for our new CCIE SPv3.0 Advanced Technologies Class and Workbooks.  The topology consists of 20 routers - 2 of which are IOS XR 3.9.1,  6 of which are 7200VXRs, and 12 of which are 2600XMs - and 2 Catalyst ME3400 switches.

If you are interested in beta testing any of the content I'm working on for the upcoming CCIE SPv3 Advanced Technologies Class or CCIE SPv3 Workbook email me at bmcgahan@ine.com with the subject line CCIE SPv3 Beta. More details of the class, workbook, and rack rentals will be posted in the coming weeks.

The specific details of the topology are as follows:

Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13
About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13

At the age of 20, Brian McGahan earned his first CCIE in Routing & Switching, and became known as the “youngest engineer in the world.” He continued on to earn CCIE certifications in Security, Service Provider, and Data Center. Brian has developed and taught for INE since 2002, setting the bar for CCIE training and helping thousands of engineers obtain their own certifications--we’re proud to have such an accomplished and driven instructor on the INE team. When he is not developing new products for INE, he consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers. You may contact Brian McGahan at bmcgahan@ine.com, follow him on Twitter, or find him helping others in INE’s IEOC Community Forum.

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