Nov
06
Just a quick reminder that the CCDA and CCDP exams are updating to version 2.1 on November 8, 2010. Read More
Sep
28
"I am proud to say that after dedication, perseverance and lot of hard work - late nights and early morning preparation for last year and half have paid of on Sept.17,2010 in RTP when I passed my CCIE for Routing and Switching. The INE online material CCIE 4.0 Advanced Technology Class prepared me to handle some of the toughest material (TS and Config questions) that have been added to the new version of Routing and switching lab exam. Thank you for putting out the best training material in the... Read More
May
21
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
Apr
25
Here ye, here ye, VTP experts. (We are not referring to the Vandenberg Test Program, although they are very likely experts in their field as well.  :)) Can you predict the results of a 3 switch VTP client/server scenario? SW1-3, are connected, as shown in the diagram. Here is the initial output of show VTP status, and show VLAN brief on each. Note that SW1 and SW3 are servers, while SW2 is a client.   We will be adding a failure to the network in just a moment. Read More
Apr
08
One of our students in the INE RS bootcamp today, asked about an OSPF sham-link. I thought it would make a beneficial addition to our blog, and here it is.  Thanks for the request Christian! Reader's Digest version: MPLS networks aren't free. If a customers is using OSPF to peer between the CE and PE routers, and also has an OSPF CE to CE neighborship, the CE's will prefer the Intra-Area CE to CE routes (sometimes called the "backdoor" route in this situation), instead of using the Inter-Area... Read More
Dec
17
Using an IPS Sensor, we can dynamically apply rate limiting/policing on a router interface, based on a signature match or an event action over-ride, which is generated on the sensor appliance.   Ok, I know there is no Sensor Appliance in the RS lab, but what if we need to trigger a rate limit of specific traffic, destined to a router, based on current conditions on that router, such as transmit or receive loads on an interface. This is a job for, da dada dahhh: Embedded Event Manager (EEM).  In... Read More
Nov
06
Join me in congratulating Josh Finke (CCIE #25707) on passing the new 3.0 CCIE Voice lab! Read More
Oct
26
Mark Snow, dual CCIE (CCIE #14073) has joined Internetwork Expert as a CCIE Voice Instructor. Mark brings years of teaching, technical writing, and consulting experience to Internetwork Expert. Mark's certifications include two CCIEs, (Voice and Security), CCVP, CCNP, CCDP, CSE, CQS-CIPCCES, CQS-CIPTDS, CQS-CIPTOS, CQS-CIPTSS, MCSE. Read More
Aug
19
INE is currently producing its CCNA Audio Bootcamp. This audio bootcamp is being made available free via iTunes as it is produced. We hope you enjoy it! This product is not only recommended for CCNA students, but also CCIE R/S candidates as they prepare for the Core Knowledge Section of their lab exam. To access these lessons, simply access the iTunes store and Search for INE. Module 1 Lesson 1 is published already for you to enjoy. If you do not/cannot use the iTunes store, you can access the... Read More
May
21
On June 15, 2009, the CCIE Security Lab Exam receives the new Core Knowledge section. To help prepare students for this critical new lab exam component, the CCIE Security Core Knowledge Simulation is now available for purchase. Read More

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