Sep
18

INE is proud to announce that our CCNP Class-on-Demand is now completed and available for viewing! Taught by yours truly, the class includes more than 45 hours of videos covering the latest BSCI, BCMSN, ISCW, and ONT exams for the CCNP. Whether your are preparing for the CCNP, or brushing up for the new Core Technologies section of the CCIE R&S Lab Exam, this series will exceed all your expectations.

Using our tried and true hands-on learning approach, by using this series you will not only learn how these networking technologies work in real-world design scenarios, but you will also see live IOS command line and SDM GUI examples of how to configure, verify, and troubleshoot them.

For more info visit http://www.ine.com/ccnp.htm or email sales@ine.com

The current topic outline can be found below, along with some sample videos. More details will be posted next week about the CCNP Lab Workbook that is included for no extra charge, hardware recommendations, along with more samples video and workbook content.

Content Outline

Week 1 – BCMSN & BSCI

  • Introduction    0:55:08
  • BCMSN – Hierarchical Campus Design    1:04:07
  • BCMSN – VLANs & Trunking    1:00:17
  • BCMSN – Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) & VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)    1:09:37
  • BCMSN – Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)    0:42:32
  • BCMSN – STP (cont.)    0:53:45
  • BCMSN – Advanced STP    1:00:07
  • BCMSN – Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol (RSTP)    0:46:04
  • BCMSN – Advanced STP Features & EtherChannel    0:47:45
  • BCMSN – Inter-VLAN Routing    0:53:31
  • BCMSN – Gateway Redundancy    0:49:25
  • BCMSN – HSRP (cont.) & Layer 2 Security    1:00:18
  • BSCI – IP Routing Overview    0:28:15
  • BSCI – EIGRP Overview    0:57:19
  • BSCI – EIGRP Configuration    1:01:24
  • BSCI – Advanced EIGRP    0:44:10
  • BSCI – Basic OSPF    1:07:43
  • BSCI – Basic OSPF (cont.)    0:39:53
  • BSCI – Multi-Area OSPF    0:58:14
  • BSCI – OSPF Virtual-Links & Summarization    0:52:45
  • BSCI – OSPF Stub Areas & Advanced OSPF    0:52:46
  • BSCI – IS-IS    1:17:21
  • BSCI – BGP    1:17:37
  • BSCI – BGP (cont.)    0:48:01
  • BSCI – BGP Configuration    1:14:41
  • BSCI – IP Routing Features    0:47:51
  • BSCI – Redistribution    1:02:42
  • BSCI – IPv4 Multicast    1:25:55
  • BSCI – IPv4 Multicast Configuration    0:46:40
  • BSCI – IPv6    0:57:10
  • BSCI – IPv6 Configuration    0:09:46

Week 2 – ISCW & ONT

  • Introduction    0:20:19
  • ISCW – Basic Teleworker Services    0:55:22
  • ISCW – MPLS Overview    0:49:52
  • ISCW – MPLS LDP Configuration    0:54:48
  • ISCW – MPLS VPNs Overview    0:31:50
  • ISCW – MPLS VPNs Configuration    0:42:12
  • ISCW – IPsec Overview    0:58:04
  • ISCW – IPsec Configuration    1:06:32
  • ISCW – IPsec Troubleshooting & Remote Access IPsec    1:06:06
  • ISCW – GRE over IPsec    0:59:47
  • ISCW – Device Hardening    1:08:54
  • ISCW – Device Hardening (cont.) & AAA    0:57:00
  • ISCW – Firewall Overview    0:44:28
  • ISCW – Stateless Packet Filters    0:43:05
  • ISCW – IOS Firewall (CBAC)    0:39:16
  • ISCW – IOS Firewall (ZBPF)    0:57:48
  • ISCW – IOS IPS    0:45:52
  • ISCW – IOS IPS (cont.)    0:10:13
  • ONT – VoIP Overview    1:02:29
  • ONT – QoS Overview    0:35:45
  • ONT – DiffServ QoS    1:11:03
  • ONT- QoS Configuration
  • BCMSN – Layer 2 QoS
  • BCMSN – Wireless Client Access
  • ONT – Wireless Security
  • ONT – Wireless Configuration
  • ONT – Wireless QoS

Content Samples

CCNP BCMSN STP Overview Part 1/2

CCNP BCMSN STP Overview Part 2/2

CCNP BSCI EIGRP Part 1/3

CCNP BSCI EIGRP Part 2/3

CCNP BSCI EIGRP Part 3/3

CCNP ISCW IPsec Part 1/4

CCNP ISCW IPsec Part 2/4

CCNP ISCW IPsec Part 3/4

CCNP ISCW IPsec Part 4/4

For more info visit http://www.ine.com/ccnp.htm or email sales@ine.com

Section

Description

Duration

BCMSN & BSCI Day 1 Part 1

BCMSN & BSCI – Introduction

0:55:08

BCMSN Day 1 Part 2

BCMSN – Hierarchical Campus Design

1:04:07

BCMSN Day 1 Part 3

BCMSN – VLANs & Trunking

1:00:17

BCMSN Day 1 Part 4

BCMSN – Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) & VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)

1:09:37

BCMSN Day 1 Part 5

BCMSN – Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)

0:42:32

BCMSN Day 1 Part 6

BCMSN – STP (cont.)

0:53:45

BCMSN Day 2 Part 1

BCMSN – Advanced STP

1:00:07

BCMSN Day 2 Part 2

BCMSN – Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol (RSTP)

0:46:04

BCMSN Day 2 Part 3

BCMSN – Advanced STP Features & EtherChannel

0:47:45

BCMSN Day 2 Part 4

BCMSN – Inter-VLAN Routing

0:53:31

BCMSN Day 2 Part 5

BCMSN – Gateway Redundancy

0:49:25

BCMSN Day 2 Part 6

BCMSN – HSRP (cont.) & Layer 2 Security

1:00:18

BSCI Day 3 Part 1

BSCI – IP Routing Overview

0:28:15

BSCI Day 3 Part 2

BSCI – EIGRP Overview

0:57:19

BSCI Day 3 Part 3

BSCI – EIGRP Configuration

1:01:24

BSCI Day 3 Part 4

BSCI – Advanced EIGRP

0:44:10

BSCI Day 3 Part 5

BSCI – Basic OSPF

1:07:43

BSCI Day 3 Part 6

BSCI – Basic OSPF (cont.)

0:39:53

BSCI Day 3 Part 7

BSCI – Multi-Area OSPF

0:58:14

BSCI Day 4 Part 1

BSCI – OSPF Virtual-Links & Summarization

0:52:45

BSCI Day 4 Part 2

BSCI – OSPF Stub Areas & Advanced OSPF

0:52:46

BSCI Day 4 Part 3

BSCI – IS-IS

1:17:21

BSCI Day 4 Part 4

BSCI – BGP

1:17:37

BSCI Day 4 Part 5

BSCI – BGP (cont.)

0:48:01

BSCI Day 4 Part 6

BSCI – BGP Configuration

1:14:41

BSCI Day 5 Part 1

BSCI – IP Routing Features

0:47:51

BSCI Day 5 Part 2

BSCI – Redistribution

1:02:42

BSCI Day 5 Part 3

BSCI – IPv4 Multicast

1:25:55

BSCI Day 5 Part 4

BSCI – IPv4 Multicast Configuration

0:46:40

BSCI Day 5 Part 5

BSCI – IPv6

0:57:10

BSCI Day 5 Part 6

BSCI – IPv6 Configuration

0:09:46

ISCW & ONT Day 1 Part 1

ISCW & ONT Introduction

0:20:19

ISCW Day 1 Part 2

ISCW – Basic Teleworker Services

0:55:22

ISCW Day 1 Part 3

ISCW – MPLS Overview

0:49:52

ISCW Day 1 Part 4

ISCW – MPLS LDP Configuration

0:54:48

ISCW Day 1 Part 5

ISCW – MPLS VPNs Overview

0:31:50

ISCW Day 1 Part 6

ISCW – MPLS VPNs Configuration

0:42:12

ISCW Day 2 Part 1

ISCW – IPsec Overview

0:58:04

ISCW Day 2 Part 2

ISCW – IPsec Configuration

1:06:32

ISCW Day 2 Part 3

ISCW – IPsec Troubleshooting & Remote Access IPsec

1:06:06

ISCW Day 2 Part 4

ISCW – GRE over IPsec

0:59:47

ISCW Day 2 Part 5

ISCW – Device Hardening

1:08:54

ISCW Day 2 Part 6

ISCW – Device Hardening (cont.) & AAA

0:57:00

ISCW Day 3 Part 1

ISCW – Firewall Overview

0:44:28

ISCW Day 3 Part 2

ISCW – Stateless Packet Filters

0:43:05

ISCW Day 3 Part 3

ISCW – IOS Firewall (CBAC)

0:39:16

ISCW Day 3 Part 4

ISCW – IOS Firewall (ZBPF)

0:57:48

ISCW Day 3 Part 5

ISCW – IOS IPS

0:45:52

ISCW Day 3 Part 6

ISCW – IOS IPS (cont.)

0:10:13

ONT Day 4 Part 1

ONT – VoIP Overview

1:02:29

ONT Day 4 Part 2

ONT – QoS Overview

0:35:45

ONT Day 4 Part 3

ONT – DiffServ QoS

1:11:03

ONT Day 4 Part 4

ONT- QoS Configuration

BCMSN Day 4 Part 5

BCMSN – Layer 2 QoS

BCMSN Day 5 Part 1

BCMSN – Wireless Client Access

ONT Day 5 Part 2

ONT – Wireless Security

ONT Day 5 Part 3

ONT – Wireless Configuration

ONT Day 5 Part 4

ONT – Wireless QoS

About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13:

Brian McGahan was one of the youngest engineers in the world to obtain the CCIE, having achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching at the age of 20 in 2002. Brian has been teaching and developing CCIE training courses for over 8 years, and has assisted thousands of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification. When not teaching or developing new products Brian consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in the midwest region of the United States.

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14 Responses to “CCNP Class-on-Demand Now Available!”

 
  1. Awesome this was such a fun class!!! I already have my cert and I learned so much more than I did when I passed my exams. Brian Mcgahan does an excellent job at actually showing us how to configure each technology. I have seen so many other vendors products that just go over slides and may cherry pick one or two technologies to configure. This is the best CCNP course on the market everyone should have this product.

  2. Anna says:

    Hi Brian

    When it will be available in the members area ?

    I cannot see the course added in members area .

    I bought this product on 10 september .

    Please give me some information about this .

    Regards
    Ananth

  3. Hey guys !

    The class was indeed excellent !
    I used INE CCNP Classes on demand so I can express what I think about it here

    The instructor Brian McGahan has a very strong knowledge and is very a very good teacher. A good teacher is a teacher that can feel the level of his students and make them increase their knowledge in a sensitive way. He can explains protocols, commands, things with very simple words and it’s very understandable (believe me english is not my mother tongue and I understood 100% of his words)

    If you have any questions during the class, you can ask them anytime !

    The Class starts at 7am PDT (4pm in Paris for me) and stops at 4pm (1am in Paris) . It was hard for me because I was working at my company very early in the morning to be able to be at home at 4pm … So sometimes I was a little bit sleepy during the courses (Not the teacher’s fault, Brian is very funny and entertaining) . So here is the point : The good thing is that the courses has been recorded and I can review BGP, OSPF , ETterchannel etc etc lessons , WHENEVER I CAN !!! This is so GREAT !!!!

    The other good things is that you can reach the teacher by email to ask any questions related (or not I have asked several questions about other stuff and Brian was still there to answer )to the course

    This is my 2nd experience with INE. So I’m glad to say that INE is a serious company that cares about their students.

    Thanks Scott and Brian for teaching me what I know today. (And Thanks Kady too )

    See you guys

    Nicolas

    I’ll keep you informed about my CCNP progress (BSCI,ISCW,ONT missing atm)

  4. Robert says:

    Great news! I have already purchased the CoD. Can’t wait to download it.

    Is ‘security in a switched network’ covered under BCMSN?
    Can’t see it in the content outline above.

  5. Anna says:

    BCMSN – HSRP (cont.) & Layer 2 Security 1:00:18

    I think you missed it Robert

  6. @Anna I will look into your account details today and send you an email offline.

    @Robert It is covered in the last BCMSN section of week 1, “BCMSN – HSRP (cont.) & Layer 2 Security”

  7. Anna says:

    Thanks Brian

    Desperately waiting for it to appear in my members area.

    Thanks for replying

    Regards
    anna

  8. Vivas says:

    cool, bought the CCNP COD myself. I liked what i saw in the vids.

    had done my BSCI exam dec ’07 but side tracked to CWSP/CWNA…

    hope to discipline my self this time..:-)

    V.

  9. Deepak Arora says:

    Dear IE Team

    When we can expect you to release the CCNP workbook

    Will be getting CCNP workbook free under this CCNP COD purchase ?

    Thanks!
    Deepak

  10. Robert says:

    @Deepak

    “More details will be posted next week about the CCNP Lab Workbook that is included for no extra charge, hardware recommendations, along with more samples video and workbook content”

  11. Erick says:

    I am using the CCNP CoD and I believe this is one of the best, if not THE BEST training on the market for CCNP candidates.

    I would like to thank all of the folks at INE for providing such top quality training resources to the Cisco community.

    I would also recommend this series to any CCIE candidate that needs to fill some holes in their knowledge to help them in the core knowledge and OEQ sections of the CCIE lab.

    Thanks again INE

  12. Thanks Erick, I’m glad you’re enjoying it!

  13. Deepak Arora says:

    Dear IE Team,

    Can you please spend some time to write an Article on GRE Tunnels. It’s not covered in CCNA and I know many people who always have following questions in mine. Article from you will be great help.

    1. What’s the purpose of using GRE Tunnels and why do we require those.

    2. What should be the source and destination address of GRE Tunnel and how does it makes difference between choosing Physical vs Loopback address for this purpose.

    3. Significance of using GRE Keep Alives.

    4. Difference between configuring P2P & P2M GRE Tunnels with configuration examples.

    5. What’s the purpose behind using GRE over IPSEC.

    Thanks in advance…
    Deepak Arora

  14. Erick says:

    HAHAHA. No. Thank you for a great product. I am, indded, enjoying it.

 

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