Instructor-Led CCDE Training

Best Cisco CCDE Course ever!

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Created by Orhan Ergun
Last updated Thu, 24-Nov-2022
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Course overview

Bootcamp Type
Number of Days
Location
Timing (Based on Istanbul)
Oct 10 – 21, 2022
2 weeks in a row
Online/Webex
6 pm to 10 pm UTC +3
Jan 16 - 20, 2023
5 days- Mon-Fri
Istanbul/Onsite
9 am - 5 pm UTC +3
March 6 – 17, 2023
2 weeks in a row
Online/Webex
6 pm to 10 pm UTC +3
May 6 - 28, 2023
4 Weekends/ Sat & Sun
Online/Webex
3 pm - 8 pm UTC +3

This is a live, Webex-Based 2 weeks long, interactive Cisco CCDE v3 Training. Orhan Ergun will be teaching this training. You can attend the Bootcamp two times, only paying once. It is called Free Re-Take and is very helpful for students. 

For the Video-On-Demand and cost-effective version of this course, you can click here. (It comes for free with this training)

You might have many CCIE certifications but you realized that none of them gives you the credibility that you want. 

You want to be the most respectful person in your organization and among all your peers. You are very good at many technologies but realized that being an expert at network design is different and so important.

The problem is you don’t know where to start. Everybody out there tries to teach you how to configure the protocols or devices but definitely no solid information about real-life network design. 

That’s why I created this course. In this course :

  • I will teach you network design principles and all the best practices which will make you the most respectful person in your organization
  • I will show you what real-life networks look like and big companies design their network, you will have an idea about the big picture
  • I will teach you the techniques which will improve your strategic design thinking. If you want to be the best, you need to start thinking different than others.
  • I will provide many practical network design scenarios which will help you to pass the Cisco CCDE exam on your first attempt
  • I will give you many complementary study resources because if you are a research learner, additional resources help you to put the pieces together.
  • I will provide lifetime free access to all my online design videos, books, and other resources so you will continue learning network design after the course.
  • I will introduce you to other network designers in the class so you will have design discussions, before, during, and after the class together.

What is the target audience?

  • Those who would like to pass Cisco CCDE Practical and Written exams.
  • Network Engineers, Designers, Solution Architects who would like to learn more about Provider, Enterprise, Datacenter and Mobile Operator real-life network design.
  • CCIE R&S and CCIE SP certificate candidates benefit from the course greatly as well.

Prerequisites

  • You should be familiar with the technologies in the Course Outline. You don’t need to have a CCIE certificate to attend the boot camp. When you register Orhan will guide you on the resources which you should study until the boot camp

Live interaction with the Instructor, In-Person Class Based Onsite training, and Online Webex Based. Corporates can choose this training to be their location and training can be modified as per customer network infrastructure, and evolving technology discussions.

Modules

219 Lessons 71:39:34 Hours
CCDE Course Introduction
2 Lessons 01:24:33 Hours
  • CCDEv3 Course Introduction
    Preview 00:58:47
  • CCDEv3 Exam Introduction and What is new in CCDEv3
    Preview 00:25:46
Layer 2 Network Design
17 Lessons 02:16:18 Hours
  • Layer 2 Network Design Agenda
    00:10:18
  • Ethernet Control Plane and Data Plane
    00:06:01
  • Vlan and Flow Based Load Balancing
    00:04:27
  • Spanning Tree - PVSTP+, RSTP , MST and Design Options
    00:20:28
  • Access Topologies and the FHRP Protocols
    00:06:10
  • LAG - MC-LAG - VSS and VPC
    00:15:09
  • Vlan, VTP and Trunking Best Practices
    00:05:47
  • HSRP , VRRP and GLBP
    00:15:30
  • HSRP , VRRP and GLBP Comparison
    00:08:00
  • Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Network Designs
    00:16:38
  • Traffic Engineering and Layer 2 Traffic Engineering
    00:05:07
  • Layer 2 and Layer 3 Protocol Interactions
    00:07:51
  • HSRP and GLBP at the Internet Edge
    00:04:04
  • STP Root Switch Placement Decision
    00:02:08
  • First Hop Redundancy Protocol Damage
    00:03:02
  • Port Security Comes to the Rescue
    00:03:16
  • Layer 2 Looped Access Design
    00:02:22
Network Design Tools and the Best Practices
17 Lessons 02:28:37 Hours
  • Network Design Tools and the Best Practices Agenda
    00:09:56
  • Reliability in Networking
    00:05:28
  • Scalability in the IT Systems and the Networking
    00:07:24
  • OPEX , CAPEX and TCO
    00:10:45
  • Flexibility and Modularity
    00:08:05
  • Network Merger and Acquisition Fundementals
    00:11:26
  • High Availability
    00:08:34
  • Convergence in Routing Protocols
    00:14:09
  • Some Routing Best Practices
    00:03:55
  • Load Balancing
    00:04:37
  • Redistribution Best Practices
    00:04:43
  • Optimal Routing
    00:08:49
  • Network Topologies - CLOS , Ring , Mesh
    00:11:21
  • Security in Network Infrastructure
    00:06:54
  • Simplicity and Complexity in Networking
    00:17:22
  • Resiliency
    00:05:42
  • Fast Convergence and Fast Reroute
    00:09:27
OSPF Design
17 Lessons 03:01:11 Hours
  • OSPF Agenda
    00:06:12
  • OSPF Theory and the Basics
    00:35:01
  • OSPF Fast Convergence
    00:13:09
  • Convergence and Microloop
    00:03:20
  • OSPF Scalability and Hierarchical OSPF Design
    00:19:39
  • Fast Reroute with OSPF
    00:08:22
  • OSPF and GRE, mGRE, IPSEC , DMVPN , GETVPN , LISP Interaction
    00:07:25
  • OSPF in the Datacenter - Traditional and CLOS Based Topologies
    00:18:03
  • OSPF in the Service Provider Networks
    00:09:58
  • OSPF Design Best Practices
    00:20:10
  • OSPF Frequently Asked Questions
    00:06:13
  • OSPF Case Study - NSSA Area at the Internet Edge
    00:04:00
  • OSPF Case Study - Multi Area OSPF Adjacency
    00:04:37
  • OSPF Case Study - ABR Placement
    00:02:34
  • OSPF Case Study - OSPF and BGP Interaction
    00:09:24
  • OSPF in the CCDE Exam
    00:05:33
  • OSPF Summary
    00:07:31
IS-IS Design
4 Lessons 01:38:11 Hours
  • IS-IS Theory and Design Fundamentals
    00:49:45
  • IS-IS Case Study - OSPF to IS-IS Migration
    00:27:48
  • IS-IS Case Study - IS-IS and LDP Synchronization
    00:10:47
  • IS-IS Case Study - Suboptimal Routing with IS-IS
    00:09:51
EIGRP Design
3 Lessons 02:50:09 Hours
  • EIGRP Theory and Design Fundamentals
    00:44:22
  • EIGRP Case Studies
    01:29:52
  • Real Life Financial Network Design - EIGRP - BGP - Multicast - Latency Design Considerations
    00:35:55
BGP - Border Gateway Protocol Design
5 Lessons 15:39:49 Hours
  • BGP Design Course - Day 1
    03:18:32
  • BGP Design Course - Day 2
    03:41:02
  • BGP Design Course - Day 3
    02:33:24
  • BGP Design Course - Day 4
    03:20:25
  • BGP Design Course - Day 5
    02:46:26
Multicast Design
3 Lessons 01:08:15 Hours
  • Multicast Theory and Design Fundamentals
    00:56:58
  • Multicast Case Study - Automatic Multicast Tunneling - AMT
    00:01:52
  • PIM Deployment Models - PIM SSM, PIM ASM , PIM Bidir
    00:09:25
QoS Design and the Best Practices
22 Lessons 06:16:19 Hours
  • IP and MPLS QoS Course Introduction
    00:11:19
  • What is QoS?
    00:06:08
  • Different QoS Approaches
    00:16:33
  • IP Precedence, DSCP and PHB Values
    00:32:52
  • QoS Toolset - Classification and Marking
    00:10:06
  • QoS Toolset - Policing and Shaping
    00:16:38
  • Queing Theory - FIFO and PQ
    00:27:45
  • Custom Queing and Weighted Fair Queing - WFQ
    00:28:36
  • CB-WFQ and LLQ
    00:20:10
  • Queing Methods Comparison
    00:05:58
  • TCP and UDP Reaction to Packet Loss
    00:28:24
  • Tail Drop, Global Synchronization and TCP Starvation
    00:17:35
  • RED and WRED
    00:12:28
  • QoS Best Practices
    00:28:34
  • 4 Class, 8 Class and 12 Class QoS Deployment Models
    00:07:11
  • MPLS Diffserv Tunnelling Modes - Uniform, Short-Pipe and Pipe Models
    00:30:57
  • Diffserv Aware MPLS Traffic Engineering - Why DS-TE, CT, TE and BC Concepts
    00:28:40
  • Diffserv Aware Traffic Engineering - Russian Dolls Model and Maximum Allocation Models
    00:09:12
  • Diffserv Aware Traffic Engineering - Russian Dolls and MAM Model Example Topology
    00:18:02
  • Diffserv Aware Traffic Engineering - Russian Dolls vs MAM Model Comparison
    00:06:09
  • QoS Extra Study Resources
    00:02:36
  • IP and MPLS QoS Course Summary
    00:10:26
VPN Design
7 Lessons 00:51:59 Hours
  • VPN (Virtual Private Network) Module Agenda
    00:03:04
  • VPN Theory
    00:07:04
  • GRE Tunnel Design Considerations
    00:06:29
  • mGRE Tunnel Design Considerations
    00:10:04
  • IPSEC VPN Design
    00:06:15
  • DMVPN Design
    00:09:03
  • DMVPN vs. GETVPN Comparison
    00:10:00
MPLS Design
12 Lessons 06:15:08 Hours
  • MPLS Theory and Design Fundamentals
    02:29:26
  • MPLS Case Study - PE-CE Routing Protocols - OSPF
    00:16:38
  • MPLS Case Study - RSVP Fast Reroute
    00:16:48
  • MPLS Case Study - CSC and BGP as a PE-CE in MPLS L3 VPN
    00:40:09
  • Inter-AS MPLS VPN Option A
    00:05:40
  • Inter-AS MPLS VPN Option B
    00:04:10
  • Inter-AS MPLS VPN Option C
    00:06:14
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 1 - MVPN Introduction , Use Cases
    00:32:51
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 2 - MVPN MDT Types, Underlay and Overlay Concepts and Protocols
    00:21:59
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 3 - Core Tree Protocols , mLDP, P2MP TE , IR and PIM
    00:27:08
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 4 - C-MCast Signalling Protocols
    00:44:31
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 5 - Overlay Signalling Protocols Comparison
    00:09:34
IPv6 Theory , Design and Deployment
27 Lessons 05:21:49 Hours
  • IPv6 Business Drivers (Sample Video)
    00:07:52
  • IPv6 Addressing Review
    00:28:40
  • IPv6 Address Assignments to the Hosts
    00:21:41
  • IPv6 Addresses Unicast, Multicast, Anycast
    00:27:07
  • IPv6 Header and Fragmentation
    00:05:23
  • Getting IPv6 Addresses and PI vs PA Discussion
    00:15:45
  • IPv6 Address Planning Fundamentals
    00:14:02
  • IPv6 Address Plan Example for ISP Network
    00:12:23
  • IPv6 Transition Mechanisms in General Overview
    00:08:21
  • IPv6 Dual Stack Overview
    00:08:01
  • IPv6 Happy Eyeballs
    00:09:07
  • IPv6 Dual Stack Requirements and Challanges with Dual Stack
    00:12:06
  • IPv6 Transition Mechanisms - Tunnel Overview
    00:04:53
  • IPv6 Transition Manual/Configured Tunnels
    00:15:02
  • IPv6 Transition - Semi Automatic Tunnels - Tunnel Brokers
    00:16:17
  • IPv6 Transition - Automatic Tunnels Overview
    00:03:01
  • IPv6 Transition - 6to4 Automatic Tunnels
    00:17:02
  • IPv6 Transition Automatic Tunnels 6RD - 6 Rapid Deployment
    00:12:01
  • IPv6 Transition Automatic Tunnels - ISATAP
    00:09:25
  • IPv6 Transition Automatic Tunnels - TEREDO
    00:04:17
  • IPv6 Transition - Automatic Tunnels - DS Lite
    00:09:29
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols Overview
    00:04:44
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols - OSPFv3 Overview
    00:16:52
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols OSPFv2 vs OSPF v3 Comparison
    00:12:23
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols - IS-IS
    00:04:06
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols - EIGRP for IPv6
    00:08:41
  • IPv6 Routing Protocols - BGP in IPv6
    00:13:08
Network Convergence
8 Lessons 04:36:21 Hours
  • Network Convergence Part 1 - Convergence and Fast Convergence Basics
    00:29:13
  • Network Convergence Part 2 - Trade-offs in Fast Reroute - Failure Detection in Different OSI Layers
    00:35:41
  • Network Convergence Part 3 - BFD - Bidirectional Forwarding Detection Details (Sample Video)
    00:19:10
  • Network Convergence Part 4 - Introduction to Fast Reroute and LFA - Loop Free Alternate
    00:30:56
  • Network Convergence Part 5 - Remote LFA , P , Q, Extended P , PQ Node
    00:34:47
  • Network Convergence Part 6 - TI-LFA - Topology Independent Loop Free Alternate with Segment Routing
    00:19:51
  • Network Convergence Part 7 - Introduction to RSVP Protocol and Traffic Engineering with RSVP
    00:42:14
  • Network Convergence Part 8 - RSVP Link Protection, Node Protection, PLR, MP and Facility Backup Concepts
    01:04:29
Wireless Design Fundamentals
23 Lessons 03:37:00 Hours
  • Wireless Desgn Fundamentals Course Introduction
    00:08:05
  • Terms - Antenna - Airtime and AP
    00:03:40
  • Terms - Beamforming - Band Steering - Captive Portal
    00:03:42
  • Terms - Coverage - DBM - DFS
    00:05:03
  • Terms- Frequency Band, ISM-Band , Interference
    00:06:33
  • Terms - Channel_Channel_Bonding_Clients_Radio_Roaming_SSID and WLAN
    00:08:12
  • Types of Wireless Networks
    00:07:46
  • Wi-Fi Standards
    00:15:56
  • WLAN Architectures
    00:24:19
  • Coverage Design - Received Signal, Background Noise and SNR
    00:17:02
  • Coverage Design - VoWi-Fi, Dynamic Rate Switching and Transmit Power
    00:17:48
  • Roaming Design - What is Roaming, Requirements for Seamless Roaming
    00:11:08
  • Roaming Design - Mobile IP
    00:08:39
  • Channel Design - Adjacent Channel Interference and 24 GHz Channel Reuse
    00:08:03
  • Channel Design - Co-Channel Interference and 5GHz Channel Reuse
    00:09:37
  • Channel Design - 40 MHz Channel Design
    00:06:17
  • Channel Design - Statis RF and Transmit Power vs Adaptive RF (RRM)
    00:04:57
  • Channel Design - Single Channel Archicteure
    00:04:14
  • Capacity Design - High Density - Very High Density and Ultra High Density Design
    00:09:53
  • Capacity Design - Frequently Asked Questions
    00:13:48
  • Capacity Design - Band Steering
    00:08:20
  • Capacity Desgn - Load Balancing
    00:03:52
  • Capacity Design - Airtime Consumption
    00:10:06
CCDE Area of Expertise - Large Scale Networks
23 Lessons 10:46:02 Hours
  • SR Design and Theory Part 1 - Introduction to SR, Global and Local Segments (Sample Video)
    00:38:19
  • SR Design and Theory Part 2 - SRGB (Segment Routing Global Block)
    00:22:13
  • SR Design and Theory Part 3 - IGP Segments (Sample Video)
    00:49:41
  • SR Design and Theory Part 4 - BGP Segments
    00:14:42
  • SR Design and Theory Part 5 - SR and LDP Interworking
    00:26:36
  • SR Design and Theory Part 6 - SR and MPLS VPN Interrelation
    00:09:45
  • SR Design and Theory Part 7 - SR-TE (Segment Routing Traffic Engineering) Introduction
    00:31:30
  • SR Design and Theory Part 8 - SR Policy , ODN and Automated Traffic Steering
    00:38:22
  • SR Design and Theory Part 9 - B-SID (Binding SID)
    00:15:37
  • SR Theory and Design Part 10 - LFA (Loop Free Alternate) in Fast Reroute and Reverse SPF
    00:30:56
  • SR Theory and Design Part 11 - Remote LFA , P , Q, Extended P , PQ Node in Fast Reroute
    00:34:47
  • SR Theory and Design Part 12 - Segment Routing TI-LFA - Topology Independent Loop Free Alternate
    00:19:51
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 3 - EVPN -Ethernet VPN
    00:45:19
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 4 - EVPN 2 - Ethernet VPN Advanced
    00:37:46
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 1 - MVPN Introduction , Use Cases (Sample Video)
    00:32:51
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 2 - MVPN MDT Types, Underlay and Overlay Concepts and Protocols
    00:21:59
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 3 - Core Tree Protocols , mLDP, P2MP TE , IR and PIM
    00:27:08
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 4 - C-MCast Signalling Protocols
    00:44:31
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 5 - Overlay Signalling Protocols Comparison
    00:09:34
  • CDN Content Delivery Networks - How CDN Works , Why CDN is needed
    00:49:59
  • IPv6 Transition -Translation NAT 44 and NAT 64 and DNS64
    00:13:41
  • IPv6 Transition - Translation - CGN
    00:21:43
  • IPv6 Transition - Translation - 464 XLAT
    00:09:12
CCDE Practical Scenarios/Labs
1 Lessons 01:17:33 Hours
  • CCDE Design Scenario - Ornio
    01:17:33
Design Discussions with other Network Architects/CCDEs
4 Lessons 02:10:20 Hours
  • Russ White and Orhan Ergun on CCDE Practical Scenario
    00:57:26
  • Michael Zsiga and Orhan Ergun on CCDE Practical Scenario
    00:27:35
  • Orhan Ergun and Ashraf Esmat Khalil talk about CCDE Certification
    00:09:24
  • Real Life Financial Network Design - Multicast - BGP - EIGRP - Latency Design Considerations
    00:35:55
Design Comparison Charts
16 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours
  • Comparison Chart - Inter-AS MPLS VPNs
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - OSPF vs. IS-IS
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - IP FRR vs. RSVP FRR
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - DMVPN vs. GETVPN
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - HSRP vs. VRRP vs. GLBP
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - MPLS QOS Deployment Models
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - EoMPLS vs. VPLS vs. MPLS L3 VPN
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - Routing Protocols Comparison
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - PIM ASM vs. PIM SSM vs. PIM Bidir
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - BGP Add-Path vs. Shadow Route Reflector vs. Unique RD
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - Full Mesh IBGP vs. RR vs. Confederation in IBGP
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - GRE vs. mGRE vs. IPSEC vs. DMVPN vs. GETVPN
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - Layer 2 vs. Layer 3 Access Design
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - Ring vs. Hub and Spoke vs. Partial Mesh vs. Full Mesh Physical Topologies
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - Flat vs. Hierarchical OSPF Design
    00:00:00
  • Comparison Chart - Flat vs. Hierarchical IS-IS Design
    00:00:00
CCDE In-Depth Workbook
1 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours
  • CCDE In-Depth Workbook PDF
    .
CCDEv3 Course Comparison Charts
1 Lessons 00:43:50 Hours
  • CCDEv3 Course Comparison Charts
    .
CCDEv3 Course Practical Scenarios
1 Lessons 01:18:48 Hours
  • CCDEv3 Course Practical Scenarios
    .
CCDEv3 Extra Study Materials
3 Lessons 00:51:51 Hours
  • CCDEv3 Extra Study Materials Part 1
    .
  • CCDEv3 Extra Study Materials Part 2
    .
  • CCDEv3 Extra Study Materials Part 3
    .
CCDEv3 Slides
1 Lessons 02:21:33 Hours
  • CCDEv3 Course Slide
    .
CCDEv3 Quality of Service Slides
1 Lessons 01:05:43 Hours
  • CCDEv3 Qos Slides
    .
Daniel Lardeux
Daniel Lardeux Senior Network Consultant at Post Telecom

I passed the CCDE Practical exam and Orhan’s CCDE course was very important contributor to my success. I attended the CCDE course of Orhan Ergun in July and it was exactly what I needed, Orhan is taking the pain to break down the different technologies.

Roy Lexmond
Roy Lexmond Senior Network Designer at Routz CCDE #20150017 & CCIE R&S; #26557

After I attended Orhan Ergun’s CCDE course I passed the CCDE practical exam.I really enjoyed the course a lot ...

Nicholas Russo
Nicholas Russo Network Consulting Engineer (CCDE/CCIEx2), Cisc

I signed up for Orhan’s CCDE training. This training is very technically detailed and the use-cases, quizzes, scenarios, and mind maps are all great resources in the overall training program. Orhan teaches his students to think like a network designer ...

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Slide Heading Network Systems Engineer at Conscia A/S CCIE #42544 (SP) & CCDE #20160015

Orhan is forcing you to take off the implementation hat that most of us have been wearing for many years, instead he is providing a new fancy design hat, which makes you see and deal with the issues presented ...

Kim Pedersen
Kim Pedersen CCIE in RS and SP (#29189) CCDE#20170021

I’ve used Orhan’s self-paced CCDE training material. If you are interested in knowing how all the technologies go together in a coherent design i can highly recommend it.I also enjoyed the Quizzes which helped pick out my weak spots in selecting ...

Laurent Metzger
Laurent Metzger 3xCCIE/CCDE Senior Network Architect

Hi Orhan. I passed the CCDE exam on February 22. I read everything that you put on your Self Paced CCDE Training course and it was very helpful in my success. Thank you very much.

Martin J. Duggan
Martin J. Duggan Network Architect at AT&T;, Ciscopress Author CCDE #20160006 & CCIE#7942

I attended Orhan’s April 201610 days CCDE Bootcamp. I am CCDE now !

You can tell Orhan has a great deal of experience, it really comes through when he presents his design case studies and the CCDE Practical scenarios.

Muhammad Abubakar
Muhammad Abubakar Lead Network Architect – CCDE #20160016 2xCCIE #26693 2xJNCIE VCIX

Your excellent CCDE materials and amazing Bootcamp helped me tremendously through my learning journey.Also thank you very much for being available whenever I have a design question or a complex design topics. I can’t compare your design skills ...

Jennifer Pai
Jennifer Pai Network/Security Engineer at KNET Technology

Thanks Orhan very much for this course. It helped strengthen my “Network design mind”.

Ruslan Silyayev
Ruslan Silyayev Solution Architect at R.I.S.K Company

Training by Orhan is not a CCDE preperation training only. It will be useful for engineers which are dealing with design. You want to pass CCDE exam or learn network design, then don’t look at anywhere else!

Sameer Meher
Sameer Meher Solutions Architect at 23 Wards/Japan

Orhan Ergun’s CCDE course was really very good. CCDE Level Intelligence was delivered very well and with very useful case studies and the scenarios, I am thankful to Orhan for all his help!

Ken Young
Ken Young Senior Technical Architect Province of Nova Scotia, 2xCCIE #41597 | CCDE #20170047

If anyone wants to understand network design and architecture, also pass CCDE exam , I recommend you to attend Orhan’s online courses! I am a CCDE now but learning is a journey, we will be together in your other courses too Orhan!

Matt Cross
Matt Cross Technical Architect at Heartland – CCDE #2019::7

Orhan did an excellent job of filling in the gaps of knowledge that I had that took me to the finish line of the practical exam CCDE. The community of people that Orhan facilitates are both engaging and supportive of the journey to CCDE. Orhan ...

Shiling Ding
Shiling Ding Sentinel Technologies – CCDE #2019::12

Just passed the CCDE Practical exam! I attended Orhan Ergun’s CCDE training program , used Orhan’s Instructor Led and Self-Paced CCDE training and Online CCDE Practical Scenarios during my CCDE journey. Orhan’s CCDE In Depth book is an excellent summary ...

Abelardo Basurto
Abelardo Basurto Solutions Architect at Cisco Systems – CCDE 2018::6

Hi everyone, I’ve just passed the CCDE Exam. My Number is CCDE 2018::6 I attended to Online CCDE Bootcamp of Orhan. I want to thank Orhan not only for the great book and bootcamp, but also for his commitment, availability and willingness to assist the ...

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Hady Mohamed Abdellah Network Architect Hamad International Airport Qatar – CCDE 2018::1

Hi guys, I’m so happy that I passed the exam. I’ve already got my number CCDE 2018::1. Thanks to Orhan for being the best CCDE instructor in the world. I highly recomend Orhan’s CCDE Training and In-Depth-CCDE ...

Bryan Bartik
Bryan Bartik Sr. Systems Engineer at CompuNet – CCDE 20170059

Hi Orhan I passed CCDE Practical exam on November 2017 ! I really enjoyed your materials and quizzes and use cases. They were definitely helpful in my preparation. Thanks a lot !

Giedrius Trapkauskas
Giedrius Trapkauskas Network Solutions Architect at Liberty Global – CCDE 20180004

I attended Orhan’s CCDE Training in Istanbul and it was very helpful in my preparation. I passed the exam recently and I want to say Thank you Orhan! For those who want to pass the CCDE exam, definitely start with ...

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Alaa Issa Sr.Solutions Architect – CCDE#20180033 3xCCIE ( Collab|DC|Security )#27146

I registered to Orhan’s training in Feb 2017. From that time, I attended Orhan’s training several times. The depth of knowledge which Orhan has is amazing, and how to present such consistent knowledge to the ...

Mazin Ahsan Design Lead Engineer | Solutions Engineer | CCDE License # 20160030 | CCIE Licence # 23892

I passed the CCDE Practical Lab exam on November 17,2016 from supplications of elders and dedication from my Sensei Mr. Orhan Ergun I took different CCDE bootcamps in the past. Orhan has the most depth and expertise ...

Jeff Patterson CCDE# 2018::11

Hi Orhan I wanted to pass along my appreciation for the outstanding training material. I used the online CCDE training provided by Orhan as well as the In-Depth-CCDE book and passed the exam in February 2018. Thank you Orhan!

Mehdi Sfar
Mehdi Sfar Network and Security Architect / CCDE #20210003 | CCIE R&S; #51583

I signed up for Orhan’s CCDE Self paced Course. This course, along with the CCDE In Depth book, helped me for my CCDE Practical as well as Written exams. It pushed me to ask the "WHY" questions and allowed ...

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Orhan Ergun

Orhan Ergun, CCIE/CCDE Trainer, Author of Many Networking Books, Network Design Advisor, and Cisco Champion 2019/2020/2021

He created OrhanErgun.Net 10 years ago and has been serving the IT industry with his renowned and awarded training. Wrote many books, mostly on Network Design, joined many IETF RFC...
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