Apr
28
Hello everyone! I recently received an email from a learner who is studying for his CCNA Routing-and-Switching Certification and he had a few excellent questions about the OSI model and how, exactly data moves from one-layer to the next. I figured my response might prove valuable to others studying for their CCNA so...here it is! ..... Read More
Oct
04
Troubleshooting Lab 1 has been added to the CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Workbook. This is in addition to Full Scale Lab 1 which was posted yesterday. More Foundation, Troubleshooting, and Full Scale Labs will be added soon to the workbook. More information about additional content and its release schedule will be available shortly. Read More
Aug
07
Recently a group named Graffiti4Hire from London came to our Bellevue Washington headquarters to create a graffiti mural for us.  From what I hear the finished product looks amazing.  I'm looking forward to our CCIE Data Center Nexus class at the end of the month so I can see the final result in person!  Here is a time lapse video of their work that our video crew put together: Read More
Apr
04
Hi Brian, What is the major difference in using an E1 route over an E2 route in OSPF? From what I’ve observed, if you redistribute a route into OSPF either E1 or E2, the upstream router will still use the shortest path to get to the ASBR regardless of what is shown in the routing table. The more I read about this, the more confused I get. Am I missing something? Matt Hi Matt, This is actually a very common area of confusion and misunderstanding in OSPF. Part of the problem is that the vast... Read More
Mar
31
As you may know, I will be the lead instructor for our New CCIE R&S Advanced Technologies Class.  The class runs online, and will start Monday April 11th at 07:00 PDT (GMT -7).  If you have an All Access Pass subscription or purchased the live version of the R&S ATC in the past you can attend the live class free of charge by contacting sales. Space is limited so if you want to attend the live version you need to contact sales ASAP. Read More
Jun
30
Summer was in full swing, and it was over 105 degrees Fahrenheit outside.   Bob was told it was a "dry heat", but he thought "so is my oven".  Needless to say, Bob was glad to be in the data center, where the temperature and humidity controls kept it very cold.   He had been asked to setup up a basic route-map with BGP, and here is the diagram he worked from. The goal, was to modify BGP,  so that all traffic going towards the 1.1.1.0 network (which is sourced from AS1), traveling either from or... Read More
Jun
21
Join us Friday, June 25th at 11AM Pacific / 2PM Eastern for another installment in the Open Lecture Series. Read More
Jun
06
I just returned from an awesome Security bootcamp in Raleigh, and am looking forward to more there in the future. Core knowledge is still alive and well in the Security LAB exam, as well as troubleshooting, which is integrated as part of the configuration section. Read More
Apr
05
We are excited to announce that for the first time INE is traveling to Nigeria! In partnership with New Horizons, INE will be offering two classes in Lagos, Nigeria. We will be offering both our CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies Class and our CCIE Security Advanced Technologies Class. These classes will be held in New Horizons Training centers. Read More
Apr
02
Congratulations to Brett Saling (CCCIE #25890) for passing his CCIE Voice Lab Exam and for leaving us this positive feedback. Read More

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