Need a Coach for Your CCIE Pursuit?

I have found the power of coaching to be incredible. In the last three years, I have achieved great success at work, in my studies, and with physical fitness through the power of excellent coaching.

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Tennis coach – check!

Running coach – check!

CBT Nugget coach – check!

CCIE Security coach – check!

Martial arts, personal firearms, physical fitness coach – check!

Flight coach – check!

I would love to give back. If you are studying for any CCIE track, let me try and help with the new CCIE Coaching section of this website. Interact with me through the comments section of each post!

Today’s assignment – Please introduce yourself in the public comments below and update me with where you are at today with your CCIE pursuit. Don’t forget to let me know details like track and current progress (written/lab). Also, don’t be embarrassed if you are at the CCNA level or even pre-CCNA, we all need to start somewhere! I look forward to meeting you and helping in any way I can!

87 thoughts on “Need a Coach for Your CCIE Pursuit?

  1. Hi Anthony,
    I am pursuing the new CCIE R&S Lab exam. I have had a previous attempt and am using INE for my lab prep and look forward to training.

    1. Hi Byron – thanks for posting! Was your previous attempt on the Version 5 exam we have now, or another version? Congrats on your progress so far – remember, few have the courage to actually try an attempt at the real thing!

  2. I want to do my ccnp route and switch,and I will be so much happy with your advise and your study plan

    Thanks
    Baha Akkad

    1. Hi baha!

      The Route and Switch of CCNP are incredible courses now. If you do them right (lots of practice and hands on), you will be about 60 percent of the way there or so to start getting really serious on CCIE R&S. Thank you so much for posting!

  3. I was reading your post, and thinking if i would consider a comment or not… In the end i decide to go though with it. I have been working in the networking field for the past 15 years, and i’m quite passionate about it. About 8 years ago i have obtained my CCNP, but i have always “had eyes” for the CCIE certification. One of the problems of small countries (like Portugal) is that they also have small networks, even for service providers and some of the major companies, so it’s not easy to work with large scale and complex networks that use all iGPS, eGPS, DMVPM, multicast, IPv6, and so on… The CCIE is a personal goal, and although is can help my career, for the present time being is more about putting myself to the test, and take a path that will take me to increased knowledge and improved deep technical skills. My main concern now is strategy and time management when you have a full time job and 2 kids. What kind of advise would you give about possible paths and techniques to overcome this “limitations”?

    Thanks for your time

    Jose

    1. Hi Jose! I hope to visit you in Portugal soon! The technologies of the CCIE can be practiced very effectively in smaller networks. For example, take 7 to 8 routers and you can build a fully functional layer 3 MPLS VPN and play with all of the pieces there.

      For a strategy on time to study, I think you should talk to your family and decide exactly how many days a week and how many hours per day you are willing to dedicate. Have them agree with this plan. For me right now, for example, it is 7 days per week for 1 to 3 hours per day.

      Thank you so much for posting! It was so great to meet you here.

  4. Working towards my ccie R&S lab. I’ve passed the written, but due to personal and family issues, I still haven’t attemped my lab. I’m going to retake my written at Cisco Live in San Diego, since it’s been about 18 months since I originally passed.

    1. Hi Dustin! So sorry to hear about those issues, but very excited you are going to refresh that written in San Diego. Lets plan on meeting out there. I get in on Sat and leave on Friday night. Thanks so much for posting.

  5. Thank you Mr. Sequeira! I am a CCNA(rs) immune to embarrassment. I am currently pursuing a CCNA Security cert. Security is my life’s passion and I plan on being a CCIE Security before 2018. I would love any coaching you could provide. Thanks in advance.

    Respectfully,

    Keith G. Harmon Jr., CCNA

    1. Hi Keith! You are going to love following my personal posts as I will be documenting my journey to CCIE Security. This will be my third (and final) attempt at the lab exam. Thank you so much for posting!

  6. Hi Anthony,
    Thanks for giving us the opportunity to discuss the possibility of obtaining our CCIEs. I currently hold a CCNP in routing and switching and have been contemplating whether I should pursue CCIE… Are all CCIEs the same difficulty level? I work for an ISP, and we use IP multicast a lot on our network, so not sure if there is a CCIE that targets multicast more than others. Thanks again. -Mo

    1. All of the CCIEs are difficult enough to not worry about an “easy” track. Although it is interesting that most do indeed consider VOICE to be an absolute nightmare. It sounds like the Service Provider track might be for you! I can certainly help you make that decision of course…thank you so much for posting!

      1. Hi Anthony,

        This is Arindam.I have done CCNA quite sometime back.I plan to take up CCIE Security.Currently I work for Ciscoin one of the Secuirty groups.I am a big fan of your videos.I am looking forward for your tips.

        Regards,
        Arindam

        1. Hello Arindam! You are going to love my CCIE Security videos here – thanks so much for posting!

  7. Took CCIE R&S v4 lab 2 times. Failed very badly and pretty badly. I haven’t actively worked on it for a couple of years now. Have taken 2 bootcamps and taught a bunch of CCNA and CCNP classes from 2009-2012. Will need to re-take the written, but I think I can handle that part, need help preparing for the lab. Obviously whatever I was doing before was not working.

    1. Hey John! Thank you so much for sharing this. Yeah – time to get things fired up again it sounds like! The written will be a great way for you to high level refresh on all the fun in Version 5!

  8. Hi Anthony,
    Greetings; I am appearing for my CCIE R&S lab next month. Have been practising a lot on technology labs (designed by self). I am very hopeful that I will make it this time :). Any tips to combat examination stress will be very helpful.
    Regards,
    Mayank Nauni

      1. Hi Anthony,

        Thanks a lot for the tips. I am a CCIE now 🙂
        Thanks again for all amazing tips!
        Regards,
        Mayank Nauni

  9. Hi Anthony,I am ccnp certified and I do not have experiance in the real world and I want to pursue ccie R&S. will it be appropriate without experince?

    1. Hi Yunas!

      Yes – you can achieve the CCIE without experience. Many have before you. Is it more difficult – yes – but not impossible.

  10. Hello Anthony,
    I have done CCNET and pursuing for CCNA,Right now i am reading EIGRP and planning to take ICND2 this month.

    1. Shivam – congrats on the great work so far – keep it up – and since you plan on CCIE one day – be sure to really go as deep as you can in CCNA and then CCNP!

  11. Hi Anthony, I have subscribed to CBT Nuggets and I have used your books for CCNA preparation. I have signed up for a CCIE lab prep boot camp in June 30th (unlimited retakes) with iPexpert. I am taking the ICND2 exam on Sunday. I took the exam a few months ago and I missed a pass by 19 points. I will be taking the CCIE R & S written exam soon before the CCIE prep boot camp. Any help or suggestions you could provide on how best to study would be appreciated.

    1. Hi Jonathan! That is such great news – congrats. My first tip will be on tracking your progress through each topic – I will be posting a video today here on the blog about that very subject – be sure to watch.

  12. Hi Anthony,

    I have recently completed my CCNA and CCNP R&S and am looking to start my CCIE. I have given myself 3 years (when I will be 40) to complete both CCIE R&S and CCIE Security. I’m looking to do my written in November of this year and my lab November next year (both R&S). The problem I have at the minute is that I don’t know where to start, what books I should get (although I’ve read people’s recommendations), what practice labs to buy, what videos to watch, how much time to give etc. so I would be interested to get your thoughts and anything you may feel is useful to help me achieve my goals. Time I feel is tough as I’m really tired after work.

    Another problem is that I don’t work with networking on a daily basis (although I would like to) and I sometimes feel that I practice something and get it and then a couple of weeks later I have forgotten it again. What are your thoughts on making things stick as it were as there are so many things to remember. Obviously practice, practice, practice.

    Anyway I live in the UK so if you’re ever here it would be great to meet up.

    Kind regards,

    Tom

    1. Hi Tom! So great you have such specific goals set! I think your first step is to figure out you like to learn best. For me – I like to read on the topic, then video, then lab. For some – they hate to read – so they just video and lab. Others just lab and read 🙂 Lets find you the right mix – then start on the blueprint topics using that mix…

  13. Hi Anthony, I have been in the networking industry for 15 years. I have worked mostly on security implementations (ASA, vpns) and some voice (call mgrg express) projects, and have configured since the 1700 voice-routers to Cat6500s and ASA-X. I passed my first CCNA on 2001, and have been CCNA-recertifying every 3-4 years, last year I passed the CCNA-X exam version. So I will appreciate your coaching, I am planning to get CCNA-Security in 2 weeks, and then go back on RS track for the CCNP on this year, and continue to go for CCIE RS next year! Then hit security track for CCNP and CCIE by 2017. I know, lots and lots of study and practice to come, but it´s fun! Thanks for this opportunity, regards!

  14. Hi Anthony,

    I initially started in Jan 2014 on my CCIE journey and passed the v4 of the written exam. Due to work and family obligations I lost my rythm though and never got around to going for the lab. Have my own equipment at home but could throw out all of those T1 cards and serial crossover cables now 🙂 Now I’m making a more concentrated effort. I passed the v5 written last month, am hoping for Jan 2016 for the lab.

    1. They are all excellent and in demand – we need to figure out what you are most passionate about and attack that! If in doubt still – always best to start with R&S – it is a such a big foundation for everything else anyways.

  15. Hi Anthony,

    I am thiru from India, My CCNA & CCNP Routing got expired and would like to start my CCIE SP certification directly and I don’t have proper simulator with me. Kindly guide me what are things needs to do first. Thanks in advance.

    Thanks,
    Thiru

  16. Hi Anthony!

    It would be so awsome that i have a coach like you( yeah i can even brag about it with my friend), I just finish my CCNP and now on the journey for the CCIE RS, i’m at the begining stage, i read through the blueprint, and working on the Layer 2 Technologies now, i’m doing ok now but it feel like i tend to forget the first 1 after finish the 8th, and i dont know if this happens to anyone or just me, or it means i dont really get the concept so that i forget it easily? and i found MPLS passionating but i cant get a hold on it yet still loving it. do you have any advices for me Anthony?

    Thank you so much!

    1. Break the topics down into very small chunks and practice those until you totally GET IT! For example, on the Layer 3 MPLS VPN – just focus on the MPLS part in the provider cloud until that is second nature…then and only then, progress to the VRFs and the MBGP and all the other parts.

  17. Hi Anthony. I am waiting for you to finish your CCIE SEC so that u can help me with CCIE DC 🙂

    1. MY COACH IS IN THE HOUSE!!!! LOVE IT!!! Everyone – this is my CCIE Security coach! Rohit – it is going to be so fun to do CCIE DC with you.

  18. Hi Anthony. You are a big inspiration for me. Also hope to go to some boot camp for ccie soon. Was hoping cbt makes one but unfortunately not yet. So think the one of ine is there a good one for me. I need to man up and study hard to do ccie written in the next 3 months and then have the fun with the boot camp and labs testing. After 10 years being not going after certifications at my new job now went from nothing to ccnp in 9 months. Quick detour to Linux+ and ccna sec soon and then full on to ccie. My long last dream. So hope you are able to coach me. Would be such a gift and inspiration. Would be epic if you can help me.

    1. We are making Nuggets on CCIE R&S version 5 – it is six total courses and we have 3.5 done. But, you are correct, I cannot see us ever hosting a “brick and mortar” bootcamp. Enjoy the detour on Linux+ and CCNA Sec – that is so cool!

  19. I am reading for CCIE Written exam so what are the good methods should I follow. And Please kind enough to what are the steps.

    1. I would recommend you do as much labbing as you can while prepping the written as time permits. So when studying for OSPF, for example, try and lab up some of those key topics.

  20. Hello Anthony,

    I must say, I’m very excited wih this new development. I’m currently holding CCNP (R&S) and CCDP certifications and I’m fairly knowledgeable in the technologies. I started preparing for the CCIE earlier this year but ran out of steam along the way. I’m currently using the certification guides provided by ciscopress while I wait for your CCIE series at cbtnuggets to be completed. I have recently been trying to gather some momentum again but, well, it isn’t going so well. I would learn faster if I’m told that 1+1=2 than having to go find out myself, if you know what I mean. I do a lot better with coaching and I feel this post was directed at me.

    Thanks

    PS: I’m fresh out of the university and not working at the moment and I’ve heard a couple of people say that attaining a CCIE would be better while working so I can have a “foundation” or a place to just continue after attaining the CCIE.

    1. Hmmm – I would prefer NOT to be working as I do CCIE. 🙂 Thanks for the post Alex! Let’s get that momentum going.

  21. Hi Anthony,

    My CCIE RS bootcamp is booked for september and I am planning to go for the lab 2 weeks after that. I am in the power-learning phase for more than 6 months now. Been through a whole VOD series and lots and lots of technology focused labs. Since 3 months I am in full-scale labs, but unfortunately there are not that much full-scale labs from the big vendors to practice out there. So right now I am doing them for the second time. So, my issue is that I do not know if I am able to stay that focused until september while doing the same full-scale labs over and over?!?

    Kind Regards
    Dennis

    1. What about designing some of your own mini-labs? I want to make sure your speed is not a result of memorizing scenarios!

  22. Hello Anthony,
    Thanks for giving us the opportunity to discuss the possibility of obtaining our CCIE. I currently hold a CCNP in routing and switching and I want to pursue CCIE R&S. I need a coach and want to be CCIE certified this year.
    Thank you.

  23. Anthony,

    I passed the written, but have been having difficulties getting motivated lately. I’ve been using INE workbook 1 with rack time along with CBT Nuggets CCIE v5 and v4.

    Thank you,
    Dave
    CCNP

    1. Alright! Plenty of motivation is going to come through this coaching section! While I am working on CCIE Security, so much of that process is going to be applicable to your R&S pursuit.

  24. Hi Anthony,

    First things first i think your best instructor ive come across whilst using cbts and ine videos. Ive viewed a number of your videos on youtube.. i passed my ccnp routing and switching last year and im still not sure about taking the ccie route in life. My boss persuaded me to be more of an all rounder rather than just concentrating on routing and switching. So ive started studying towards my ccna security and ccna wireless. Problem i have is my passion is routing and switching.

    1. Well…the CCIE commitment is a HUGE commitment – no shame in opting out. In fact – you might want to look at CCNP Service Provider to take your R&S to the next level without killing your free time with CCIE.

  25. Hi Anthony,
    I have been heavily involved in Data Center for the last 2 years but moved into a Managed Services position that puts me back in touch with my Route Switch roots. I am currently studying for the CCDP to keep my certs up to date but plan on moving onto the CCIE Route Switch exam afterwords. I know it is going to be a long road for me since I have forgotten some of the information I obtained in my CCNP track just because it hasn’t been used in a few years. I almost thought about doing a Soup to Nuts approach on each topic to renew my knowledge from the fundamentals up.

    I appreciate any assistance you have to offer!

    Thank you

    Chuck

    1. I LOVE IT. Soup to nuts on each topic is a great approach – and I think you will find that if you hand pick the order you can build the momentum instead of stalling out.

      1. It’s good to know that my approach wasn’t going to push me in the wrong direction, thank you for that. When it comes to the topics and materials, there is a HUGE list of books that are listed as absolutes for the CCIE RS. What books do you feel are absolutely necessary for the written/LAB and which ones are more along the nice to know category?

        1. Lets start with the classics – a must – the Doyle Books (latest editions) on Routing TCP/IP – do you have them?

          1. If you are referring to these, then no.

            Routing TCP/IP Vol. 1 by Jeff Doyle and Jennifer Dehaven Carroll (2005, Hardcover, Revised)

            Routing TCP/IP Vol. II Vol. 2 by Jeff Doyle and Jennifer DeHaven Carroll (2001, Paperback)

            I just purchased the V5.0 OCG and that is what my IE level library consists of.

          2. Yeah – check out a sample chapter of each of those – they are AMAZING. Also be sure to look over there TOCs to make sure they map to what you need. For the core protocols, most of us consider them unmatched.

  26. Hi Anthony,

    First of all a big thank you for this initiative.

    I have been watching your videos for quite sometime and its really short and crisp. I am working in this industry for more than a decade now but still not a CCIE 🙁

    I have again started my certification journey and preparing for my CCIE v5 R&S written.

    Hope, will here some good tips from you but definitely something new than your bonus tips videos 🙂

    Regards,
    Mithun Adhikary

    1. Hi Mithun – thank you for posting! So excited that you have restarted the journey! My custom video for today is a Bonus Tip Nugget bit – but have no fear – will go beyond. 🙂

  27. Sir, I had a misconception & tremendous fear that being a CCIE is not my cup of tea. But now, slowly I am fascinated towards it and quite sure that this is my one n only goal n passion. period.
    So what my queries is, what is the most basic n advanced thing that I should be aware of and should be totally into it in the journey of being a CCIE? What’s your mantra? Is CBT NUGGETS CCIE Training is sufficient for me to pass the exam? I am a CCNA Certified for the past 1 year and just started working in an ISP as from the very ground level so I can Understand the fundamentals. well it depend on how dedicatedly n fast we learn, but approximately how long does it take to become a CCIE after certified in CCNA? u don’t have to be precise but how long and what’s the Criteria n time frame? Is CCNP Certification a must? I have heard u should have job experience of few years too, what’s the truth n reason behind it? whats the job exposure of being a CCIE in market?
    hoping for ur inspiring fact reply, sir please do answer my each queries as detail as u can…u r full of energy while teaching which brings a positive vibes on me too…keep up the good work n do share such amazing stuff.. thanks for helping us so selflessly

  28. Sir, I had a misconception & tremendous fear that being a CCIE is not my cup of tea. But now, slowly I am fascinated towards it and quite sure that this is my one n only goal n passion. period.
    So what my queries is, what is the most basic n advanced thing that I should be aware of and should be totally into it in the journey of being a CCIE? What’s your mantra? Is CBT NUGGETS CCIE Training is sufficient for me to pass the exam? I am a CCNA Certified for the past 1 year and just started working in an ISP as from the very ground level so I can Understand the fundamentals. well it depend on how dedicatedly n fast we learn, but approximately how long does it take to become a CCIE after certified in CCNA? u don’t have to be precise but how long and what’s the Criteria n time frame? Is CCNP Certification a must? I have heard u should have job experience of few years too, what’s the truth n reason behind it? whats the job exposure of being a CCIE in market?
    hoping for ur inspiring fact reply, sir please do answer my each queries as detail as u can…u r full of energy while teaching which brings a positive vibes on me too…keep up the good work n do share such amazing stuff.. thanks for helping us so selflessly

    1. You must be passionate about it. Period. You sound like you have that covered.

      CBT Nuggets training alone is not sufficient – you need lab practice as well.

      After CCNA – you will need about 700 to 1200 hours of serious study.

      CCNP Cert is not a must – but it helps of course.

      Work experience is not required – but it helps of course.

      Jobs for CCIE will depend on the track and your location.

      Thank you so much for your passion for this!

  29. Dear Sir,
    I have completed my CCNA and CCNP Route (300-101). I want to do CCIE R & S. Please guide me. I have been watching your videos regularly. Its very helpful. Thanking you.

    1. Great to me you Dilip. Check out today’s blog post – I want you to set a study schedule and report that to me.

  30. Hi Anthony,

    If you allow me, I would like to start by telling you my story.
    My name is Alcides Magule and I am from Mozambique.

    In 2013, I used to watch movies, series, etc for the whole weekend.
    One of these days, I asked myself what I had done that day to make me proud. Nothing, and Nothing. So, I decided to watch CBT Nuggets videos and read some books intead of watching movies, series. That time I had no Certification.

    Believe me, from November 2013 to November 2014, I had already passed many exams from CCNA to CCNP / CCDP. I also hold MCSE, VCP, ITIL. I failed so many times but did not give up.

    I am afraid it will be very difficult for me to get my CCIE NUMBERS as I do not have much opportunities and challenges to put my self to practice for CCIE.

    Three weeks ago, I started reading and finished the CCIE Routing and Switching v5.0 Official Cert Guide Vol 1 by NARBIK KOCHARIANS.

    Next week, I plan to start reading Vol 2 by the same author and hope to have finished by the first week of May.

    Now, I am preparing myself for the Written exam and I am more worried about the theory.

    Once I am finished with the books, I plan to do some LAB exercices while reviewing the Chapters and sit for the exam on June, 8.

    It would be appreciated if you could help me fine tune my study plan.

    Thank you for the job you have been doing.

    Best regards

    1. Thank you for sharing your story with us. Set your fears aside. No place for it here. You will pass these exams – it is just a question of when. I will be sure to start posting sample written exam questions for CCIE R&S and you will see how far you have come!

  31. Hi Anthony

    I’ve been in networking for around 9.5 years and have a CCNP in R&S and Security. My technical responsibilities are varied and most of my working day is now spent on red tape, which makes it difficult to maintain my skills. I’d love to have a good crack at CCIE but suspect I would have to change jobs or study full time due to family commitments. Do you have any tips for a study plan? Also would you say learning to touch type is essential?

    Keep up the good work, I’m currently plodding through your DCICT videos which are helping me with a DC project.

    Thanks

    Jody

    1. Hi Jody – my video today will be on building a tracker – you can then develop a nice study plan around this. But first, you must commit. Really commit. Why do you want it and is that reason strong enough? Keep in mind, that if the answer is “I do not know why I want it, and it is not worth it…” that is FINE!

      Touch typing helps, but is NOT required. Also, you get so much faster in the practice. I am twice as fast at the keyboard now thanks to CCIE practices (R&S PASS, SEC Current studies).

  32. Hi Anthony,
    Greetings from Egypt.

    Well let me tell you that you are one of my elite Trainers , that I tracked for the last few years moving from training provider to another. listening to all his Tips and Tricks about Network Technologies. [Thanks for the Free youtube Videos :)]

    I didn’t want to say that but just to let you know that you have fans here in Egypt.

    I am having my CCNP/CCIP[OLD] tracks. I am looking forward for my CCIE number in R&S. which i did have some struggle before to continue it.

    Currently I am building dedication and commitment to get my Number by the End of the Year. I am moving slowly and I still want your guidance and coaching.

    Also , Good luck in ur Security Exam.

    last but not least , I wish i could meet you in person one day to thank you for everything you’ve done so far in this industry.

    Best Reagrds

    1. Thank you so much – cannot wait to meet you in person one day! Let’s get your momentum back rolling in this CCIE pursuit!

  33. Dear Anthony,

    It feels good and intimate to interact and share my experience with one of the best trainers ever, who i used to listen to his voice and follow his guidance through my career in networking, so thank you so much for this opportunity.

    for my preparations to the CCIE lab, i am in the phase of going full scale labs, and i am frustrated of forgetting the commands and some of the technologies which i dont use in daily basis. i am asking your kind advice of how can i overcome the memory issue and how to tackle the full scale lab during the preparations.

    best Regards
    Ibrahim

    1. For this – I just used repetition. You need to make sure for all core tasks (for example, EIGRP, OSPF, etc.), the commands are second nature. For some non-core, rare configs – you can lean on context-sensitive help, and possibly the documentation. But for most stuff, you just need the hours of repetition. Perhaps you can provide an example of a config area where you cannot remember the commands…

  34. Dear Anthony,

    It feels good and intimate to interact and share my experience with one of the best trainers ever, who i used to listen to his voice and follow his guidance through my career in networking, so thank you so much for this opportunity.

    for my preparations to the CCIE lab, i am in the phase of going full scale labs, and i am frustrated of forgetting the commands and some of the technologies which i dont use in daily basis. i am asking your kind advice of how can i overcome the memory issue and how to tackle the full scale lab during the preparations.

    i register for the exam in june, and think of this attempt as piloting attempt, just to know how it feels and what the real exam looks like, what do you think

    best Regards
    Ibrahim

    1. If you are not ready, and you are SURE of that, then a look at the lab exam certainly will not hurt – it will only help you greatly. Note that it will not help your bank account. :-0 Just make sure you are truly NOT ready to have this attitude. I would hate to see you NOT PASS as a result of not having the right mental attitude. For my first attempt, I had not studied at all for it, so it was CLEAR I would NOT PASS that one. I really enjoyed seeing the actual lab.

  35. Hi Anthony,

    Im currently on the CCIE R/S track. Following the blueprint I am entering the Layer 3 technology phase of learning.
    My hope and dream is that I pass it on the 1st try (lab). I know its rare but its possible. I study about 2hrs every night and although this is for the written im hopeful i can complete both exams and be certified by early 2016. I still battle with confidence issues on some topics no matter how much i try to memorize.

  36. You can do it!

    Remember, after you practice again and again and again – the commands become second nature at the Command Line. You literally begin to think like a router!

    Studying for the written can actually be harder, since you must memorize many facts.

  37. I have passed the CCIE written exam and am currently studying for the lab. I am taking the INE CCIE bootcamp in September and am planning to prepare for my first lab attempt either in October or November. Any guidance or help is greatly appreciated. There are topics I am comfortable with on the blueprint and others that I really need a lot of work in (IPV6, Multicast).

  38. Hi Anthony

    Kindly note that I want to attempt the CCIE lab exam since 2015, I study then from there I loose track on the way, kindly advise on how you can assist

    Kind regards,

    Carter

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