The CCIE Blueprint Since running this website I have received hundreds of emails from fellow CCIE students from around the world who have asked me questions about all areas of my studies. I try to reply to each and every one with a conclusive answer but this is now taking up too much of my […]
This CCIE Blog will now feature other content as I passed the Lab exam in August 2015, receiving my CCIE Plaque through the post was the end to a very long journey.
There are many great posts on here which can help you through your journey, I will be posting on the main blog now on other cisco certifications I am pursuing along with other vendor accreditations, Data Center, Virtualization and Wireless.
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All the posts below are in chronological order from when I passed the CCIE Lab
The Cisco CCIE Lab Builder allows you to run your R&S topologies in the actual CCIE Routing & Switching virtual environment. To access the CCIE Lab Builder you purchase a subscription package from Cisco of either a 100 or 500 hour subscription. 100-Hour, Six-Month Subscription $300 – $3 per hour 500-Hour, 12-Month Subscription – $1000 – $2 […]
After passing the CCIE Lab Exam in Routing & Switching v5 on August 27th 2015 my CCIE Plaque has finally arrived. After all the late nights and weekends of studying and the cost of the training, bootcamps, travel and the lab exam fee, what do you get for passing? Well apart from your digits which […]
INE have trained over 3,800 CCIE’s more than all the other training companies combined. Once you have submitted your passing story to them, they will feature you on the CCIE Wall of Success. I have made it on there – Still can’t believe it! Please follow and like:
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The is the CCIE V5 expanded blueprint from INE – I will be linking from this blueprint to separate blog posts on each topic as my studies progress. The CCIE V5 blueprint from Cisco does not contain all this detail RSv5 Expanded Blueprint 1.5.1. L2 Protocol Tunneling 1.5.2. Layer 2 MTU 1.6. Miscellaneous 1.6.1. CDP […]