Sep
18
Ready to take on the SPCOR certification exam? This week we released three CCNP Service Provider courses, led by INE instructor and Networking expert Rohit Pardasani, covering topics that will be featured on the the exam, including BGP, OSPF troubleshooting and more.    Read More
Sep
11
This week, follow along with INE instructor Rohit Pardasani as he takes you through implementing and optimizing OSPF v2/v3 and ISIS Protocols. These networking courses cover essential skills needed to fully understand the CCNP Service Provider certification. Read More
Aug
25
Working towards your CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab certification? Want learn how BGP selects best path based on BGP attributes, or how configure BGP Path Attributes? If this sounds like you, you wont want to miss Rohit Pardasani's live interactive introduction to BGP Path Selection. Follow along with Rohit and learn how to configure BGP Attributes like Weight, Local Preference, AS-Path, Origin and MED to force a router or an AS to take a specific path.  Read More
Aug
18
Are you planning to take the CCIE Security Lab Exam? Are you interested in how DOT1X or MAB is configured?  If so you'll want to check out INE expert instructor Rohit Pardasani's recent webinar- "DOT1X and MAB".  In this webinar Rohit gives an easy to understand introduction to DOT1X/MAB Authentication where you will learn how IP Phones and PCs get authenticated to join the network, as well as how to configure ISE and troubleshoot DOT1X/MAB authentication failures.  Read More
Jul
01
Get the most out of your summer holiday with this free introduction to the clientless multivendor network emulation software EVE-NG.      Read More
Sep
04
Log into your Members Account, or check out our online store the view or purchase Rohit Pardasani's latest CCIE Security v5.0 Technologies video; CCIE Security V5 Technologies: ASA Firewall. Read More
Feb
14
Cisco has announced that the CCIE Collaboration Lab blue print is changing from version 1.0 to version 2.0. The new blueprint goes live on July 23, 2018. As expected, the lab will not have any physical devices, everything will be virtualized. The phones (8845), being the only physical devices, will be remotely controlled, students will not have them on their desk anymore. Besides the phones, students will also have remote control of Spark, Jabber and the Cisco Meeting App. Read More

Subscribe to INE Blog Updates

New Blog Posts!