Starting July 1st, we are introducing downloadable content for the CCSP and CCVP bootcamp class-on-demand courses.  This exciting new addition will come as a warm welcome to all those looking to have the world's best training programs on the go.  These courses will be offered in .m4v video format and work seamlessly on the iPhone, iPad, and other mobile devices as well as on your desktop.  We will be providing a upgrade option for everyone who currently has these classes as well as a product... Read More
INE knows Voice. As the only CCIE vendor on the market employing 4 CCIE Voice Instructors, we are constantly trying to pool our collective brain-trust to find a better way to communicate what we know to you, to help you achieve your goals in passing this rigorous practical exam. We've all been mulling over for some time now the best possible way to get this information from our heads, to yours. We gave the idea a go where each of us would perform a vulcan mind-meld with the student, however... Read More
That is a very true saying - in fact one that we believe strongly in here at INE. However we also understand just how expensive it can be to undertake studying for any CCIE Lab exam. That is why, whenever we can, we try to reduce the load on you - the students - to bear this cost. Take for instance our CCIE RS Volume II for Dynamips - we do all we can to provide you the best available instruction while trying to reduce, or sometimes even be able to eliminate the hardware costs associated with... Read More
For many of you geeks and nerds out there like me (I'll take a poll as to which one is better at another time), you've worked with some *NIX flavor for many years now. For others of you, you have most likely dabbled with various Linux distro's and have come to know commands as needed. One extremely powerful tool that you may or may not have come across during your years is SED or the Stream Editor (sometimes referred to as the String Editor as well). This tool can take input from stdin and... Read More
So let’s recap, we’ve discussed the how and why of Globalizing every Calling Party Number – and we recall that this occurs as the first step inside CUCM as the call arrives Inbound at any of our enterprise gateways. We’ve also taken a good look at Localizing each number – and we recall that this occurs as the last step inside the CUCM as the call leaves Outbound to each destination IP Phone. So it logically behooves us to next take a look at the task Cisco labels “Mapping Global Calling Party... Read More
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In the last installment of this series, we took a brief look at the history of the ITU-T's E.164 recommendation, as well as, hopefully, an understanding as to why we might want to begin building dial plans in CUCM versions 7 and later in a truly Globalized format, and we took a look at the basic configuration to do so. In this post we will look at the next phase in the process, namely Localization. Read More
While having been covered before, there seems to still be quite a lot of confusion surrounding Cisco’s newest call routing additions and features in CUCM 7. These are best cleared up since they not only are completely fair game as testable topics for the CCIE Voice lab, but also since CUCM 8 is just about to FCS and includes a great deal of call routing enhancements of its own (such as policy-based call-routing and inter-cluster dynamic DN route building) which will only build on the complexity... Read More
I blogged a couple weeks ago about having all of the Volume I and II workbooks finished and shipping the week of the 23rd of November. Well it's the week of the 23rd of November and the Volume I and II workbooks for ALL CCIE tracks are finished and shipping! Read More
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