Cloud Week was a lot of fun, but we were just getting started. INE’s Networking Week is here! You won’t want to miss a thing. See what we have planned!INE now offers the Networking Pass, providing exclusive access to all of INE’s Networking related content, including Learning Paths and Cisco Certification courses.
Companies of all sizes, in every field, rely on Networking technology in order to stay relevant in our modern landscape. Particularly now, while more work is being done online and eCommerce continues to be a dominant force within the economy.
Ensuring that devices are properly connected to a secure, effective network is a fundamental component of IT technology and management. As a result, Networking professionals can establish careers in a variety of industries and fill many different roles. In fact, IT Networking jobs are projected to see a 5% increase throughout the next 10 years.
Administrative, engineer, and architect positions are just some of the opportunities Networking professionals can pursue. Many of the jobs available are well-paying (ranging from $60k to over $120k) and promotions often available. Networking skills will never lose their value.
What is INE’s Networking Pass?
The new Networking Pass includes access to over 500 Networking courses, 5,400+ hours of content, and numerous course quizzes and tasks, all led and created by industry experts.
Both monthly and yearly subscriptions are available, allowing you to choose a time frame and price that works best for your schedule and budget.
INE specializes in on-demand, expert-driven Networking courses, with a unique, in-depth concentration on Cisco certifications. All content is kept up-to-date and new courses are added weekly.
INE also provides Learning Paths designed to take certification candidates step-by-step through the study process, eliminating the worry and work of making sure no topic is overlooked. From CCIEs to CCNAs, the most popular, in-demand Cisco certifications are covered.
All courses combine expert instruction with engaging, hands-on material that allows you to apply everything you’re learning to real-world based scenarios. You can better understand how the technology works and nail best practices from the get-go. With a learn-by-doing approach, vital information will stick with you. There’s no going through the motions when training with INE.
Free Bonus Pass
We know that success in Networking entails a great number of capabilities and extensive knowledge.
All Networking Pass subscribers also gain access to INE’s Development and IT Essentials Pass for no extra cost. This Pass includes introductory courses necessary to build a strong foundation for any IT career and are critical to long term success.
Learn how to design and structure software, understand the basics of a variety of code and cloud options, or review the fundamental tenets of any IT technology. These courses are ideal for beginners and great for even advanced professionals to revisit.
Networking Week Shenanigans
Join us this week as we share exclusive Networking content to celebrate INE’s Networking Pass! Our schedule of events is full to the brim:
Monday, June 8th
We’re heralding Networking Week with a kickoff event hosted by 4-time CCIE and INE expert instructor Brian McGahan. He’ll be going Live on Facebook at 10:00 AM (EST) to share more details on what you can expect throughout the week.
Stick around for Brian McGahan’s free webinar, Implementing IPv4 Multicast Routing, starting at 11:00 AM (EST). Multicast Routing is one of the lesser understood technologies within both the CCNP and CCIE certifications. In this session, Brian will demystify Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM)’s operations, from the PIM Register message, to building Multicast Trees with PIM Join. Once complete, you’ll be able to configure and verify IPv4 Multicast Routing with the confidence needed for either Enterprise Infrastructure or Data Center CCNP and CCIE exams!
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Tuesday, June 9th
Spend your morning with INE expert instructor Rohit Pardasani and enjoy his free webinar, Understanding and Implementing Spanning-Tree Protocol. One of the core technologies for CCIE, CCNP, and even CCNA is the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). STP is a network protocol that builds a loop-free logical topology for Ethernet networks. The basic function of STP is to prevent bridge loops and the broadcast radiation that results from them.
Are you staying awake at night worried that you don’t know what “STP” is? Do you want to know how STP prevents loops in your network? Do you have an hour or two to spare? Don’t worry, INE has you covered. In this webinar, you’ll be exposed to some of the more common terms used in STP to prevent loops. You will learn how STP prevents loops and how to configure and optimize STP to achieve a loop-free environment.
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Following Rohit’s webinar, INE will release an exclusive video made just for Networking Week. At 12:00 PM (EST), Starting with Cisco ASA Firewalls, a free mini course led by INE expert instructor Piotr Kalunzy, will be available on the INE Networking Week webpage and here on the INE blog.
The Cisco ASA Family of security devices protects corporate networks and data centers of all sizes. It provides users with highly secure access to data and network resources - anytime, anywhere, using any device. Join INE instructor Piotr Kaluzny as he demonstrates the very first steps one should take into account when deploying the ASA into a network.
Wednesday, June 10th
Wednesday is reserved for the one and only Keith Bogart! INE Networking expert instructor Keith Bogart will lead another free INE webinar, Demystifying IPv4 Addressing & Subnetting.
IPv4 is the cornerstone of networking protocols and virtually all data utilize its services. The most important aspect of IPv4 is the application and recognition of IPv4 addresses. Join Keith Bogart as he peels back the structure of IPv4 addresses and how network-capable devices use them to recognize IPv4 networks and hosts.
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Thursday, June 11th
INE will release another free mini course, OSPF Stub, Totally-Stub, NSSA, and Totally-NSSA, led by Rohit Pardasani, available on the Networking Week webpage and the INE blog at 12:00 PM (EST).
A large part of understanding the operation of OSPF and being able to troubleshoot the protocol is identifying the different types of OSPF Areas and how they are used to optimize your network infrastructure.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about the OSPF Stubby Areas, OSPF Totally Stubby Areas, OSPF NSSA Areas, and OSPF Totally NSSA Areas. You’ll also learn what LSAs are received within these OSPF Area types. You’ll learn about which routers create these LSAs, why they’re created, and how to search for them within the OSPF Database. You’ll also learn how to configure these OSPF Area types. Whether you work with OSPF in your existing network, or learning about OSPF for certification purposes, this course will be highly valuable to you.
Friday, June 12th
Our grand finale is a live Q & A session with ALL of our Networking expert instructors. Brian McGahan, Keith Bogart, Rohit Pardasani, and Piotr Kaluzny will all gather to answer your questions at 10:00 AM - 12:00PM (EST).
Thinking about getting a Network certification? Wondering how a certain technology works? Stumped on a topic and want to run it by an expert? This is your chance to engage directly with the guys who have all the answers.
Sign up here!
Even MORE Content and Opportunities
We’re not stopping there.
Be sure to check in regularly here at the INE blog. Not only will we be posting videos for the webinars and free courses, we’ll also be highlighting new course releases, sharing great insights, and featuring an update from Michael Hilton, the youngest CCIE candidate ever.
You can also enter to win a one-on-one, personal study session with your favorite INE instructor.
With years of experience in Networking, our instructors are truly experts at making experts. They explain technologies at an intense level of detail you can't find anywhere else.
Register for your chance to win on the bottom of our Networking Week webpage.
With so much to do, we better get moving.
Let’s go, team!