Cisco CCIE Service Provider Training

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Created by Orhan Ergun , Navid Yahyapour
Last updated Thu, 01-Dec-2022
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Course overview

CCIE Service Provider Training Program v5.0 which covers all you need to pass the CCIE Service Provider v5 Lab Exam.

Many people have passed the CCIE SP v5 exam with this course for a couple of years already. If you are looking for Instructor interaction, then we recommend you to check our CCIE SP Bootcamp as well. If you attend that, this course comes for free with it.

If you have CCNA-level knowledge, you can start CCIE training with our program because this course is around 160 hours and start from the CCNA level and goes into very advanced topics as well.

Technologies are covered from theory, design, and lab aspects in this CCIE course.

Design is very critical anymore for the CCIE SP v5 exam, because, unlike the old version which is CCIE SP v4, CCIE SP v5 comes with 40% of the exam as a Design module, which is 3 hours scenario-based (Similar to the CCDE Exam).

With 10 years of CCDE training experience, in this course, Orhan Ergun will teach all the technologies from the design perspective too.

Although this is a Self Paced course, all students are placed in the same study group with the other students and Orhan Ergun leads this group.

Benefits:

  • 120+ hours of CCIE SP v5 Course Videos
  • Config files/Labs (EVE-NG Both Community and Pro Versions)
  • Software images
  • CCIE SP v5 Workbooks
  • Network Design Charts
  • Networking MindMaps
  • CCIE Quizzes are all free with this course.

Also, although this CCIE course is targeted at self-learning. Orhan Ergun and his other instructors will help you in a study group!

Why CCIE Service Provider Training from Orhan Ergun

There are unique reasons why you should get this training from Orhan Ergun

  • This is the most complete CCIE SP v5 training, many vendors either don't cover Network Automation or Programmability or just cover the basic Python knowledge that you can find from anywhere! The automation and Programmability part of this course exactly covers each and every topic of the CCIE SP v5 exam
  • 40% of the exam is design and Orhan Ergun has been teaching network design for many years and 100+ people passed even the CCDE Practical exam with him
  • In this training, We will demonstrate over 150 individuals and 1 Mock-Lab that comes with many technologies combined for a better understanding of the technologies and passing the exam
  • Study group and one-to-one mentorship for each student, similar to what Orhan has been doing for his CCDE students for many years
  • Workbooks, thousands of pages of study materials, definitely will be much more than any of his competitors in the world
  • Investment Protection – If you would like to attend the Instructor-Led version of this training, the cost that you pay for this course is deducted from the Instructor-Led Training cost

What is the target audience?

  • The primary audience for this course is network engineers that need to be able to use an expert-level problem-solving process that includes options analysis to support complex network technologies and topologies for Service Provider Networks
  • The secondary audience is anyone who wants to understand real-life Service Provider Networks, their operation, and design, and be able to understand the technologies which are commonly used in the SP Networks.

What will i learn?

  • You will be well prepared for the CCIE SP v5 exam, but also you will learn real-life network deployment solutions, tips, and tricks from real Network Architects
  • Service Provider legacy and evolving technologies from theory and design perspective
  • SP Network Automation
  • Configuration of many old and new protocols and the technologies in SP Networks

Requirements

  • CCNP Level knowledge is enough to attend this training.

Modules

258 Lessons 108:43:00 Hours
CCIE Service Provider v5 Course Introduction
1 Lessons 01:38:44 Hours
  • CCIE SP v5 Course Introduction
    Preview 01:38:44
  • XDSL
    00:00:00
  • FTTX
    00:00:00
  • Cable Broadband
    00:00:00
  • Satellite
    00:00:00
  • O3B - Other Three Billion
    00:00:00
  • Mobile Broadband
    00:00:00
  • Fiber, Dark Fiber, SONET/SDH and DWDM Basics
    00:00:00
  • How Service Providers use each other fiber networks? Fiber leasing , IRU and IPLC Services
    00:00:00
  • Colo, POP , Datacenter, Meetme Room, Carrier Hotels
    00:00:00
  • 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
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – Totally NSSA
    00:12:02
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – Summarization and Filtering
    00:22:31
  • OSPF Lab Topology 2 – OSPFv3 and Virtual Links – Part A
    00:22:43
  • OSPF Lab Topology 2 – OSPFv3 and Virtual Links – Part B
    00:08:05
  • OSPF Lab Topology 2 – Authentication and Encryption in OSPFv3
    00:17:41
  • OSPF Design and Theory - Part 1 (Sample Video)
    00:37:21
  • OSPF Design and Theory - Part 2
    00:35:47
  • OSPF Design and Theory - Part 3
    00:41:46
  • OSPF Design and Theory - Part 4
    00:31:19
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – Backbone Area and Prefix Suppression – Part A
    00:23:44
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – Backbone Area and Prefix Suppression – Part B
    00:21:15
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – LSA Type 2 and Type 3 – Part A
    00:25:27
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – LSA Type 2 and Type 3 – Part B
    00:12:23
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – LSA Type 4 and Type 5 – Part A
    00:22:59
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – E1 vs E2 and Hot-Potato vs Cold-Potato Routing – Part B
    00:15:41
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – Stub and Totally Stubby Areas
    00:16:17
  • OSPF Lab Topology 1 – NSSA
    00:17:29
  • IS-IS Design and Theory - Part 1
    00:18:07
  • IS-IS Design and Theory - Part 2
    00:34:37
  • IS-IS Design and Theory - Part 3
    00:38:50
  • IS-IS Design and Theory - Part 4
    00:41:00
  • IS-IS Design and Theory - Part 5
    00:38:16
  • IS-IS Lab - Part 1
    00:54:23
  • IS-IS Lab - Part 2
    00:53:41
  • IS-IS Lab - Part 3
    00:35:47
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 1
    00:41:41
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 2
    00:55:01
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 3
    00:20:39
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 4
    00:56:15
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 5
    00:49:50
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 6
    00:25:56
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 7
    00:14:56
  • BGP Design and Theory - Part 8
    00:33:35
  • BGP Lab – Part 1 – IBGP Basics
    00:56:22
  • BGP Lab – Part 2 – Route Reflection and Confederation
    00:50:49
  • BGP Lab – Part 3 – BGP Free Core – Hierarchical RR and Multipathing
    00:43:56
  • BGP Lab – Part 4 Traffic Engineering in Inter Domain and BGP Communities
    00:53:54
  • BGP Lab – Part 5 – Path Manipulation and Aggregation
    00:37:27
  • BGP Lab – Part 6 – Add-Path
    00:19:51
  • BGP Lab – Part 7 – ORR (Optimal Route Reflection)
    00:27:05
  • BGP Lab – Part 8 – Shadow RR and Shadow Session
    00:08:23
  • BGP Lab – Part 9 – Destination Based RTBH
    00:22:48
  • BGP Lab – Part 10 – Source Based RTBH
    00:13:16
  • BGP Lab – Part 11 – BGP Flowspec
    00:17:01
  • BGP Lab – Part 12 – BGP PIC – Core and Edge
    00:26:34
  • BGP Lab – Part 13 – BGP RPKI
    00:27:47
  • IPv6 Business Drivers (Sample Video)
    00:07:52
  • 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 Transition Mechanisms in General Overview
    00:08:21
  • IPv6 Dual Stack Overview
    00:08:01
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • IPv6 in MPLS General Overview
    00:04:18
  • IPv6 6PE Service
    00:12:01
  • IPv6 6VPE
    00:12:41
  • IPv6 6VPE
    00:12:41
  • IPv6 in MPLS Summary
    00:05:23
  • NSO Service Packages - Course Introduction
    00:01:51
  • Cisco NSO Overview
    00:10:04
  • NSO and NETCONF/YANG
    00:08:47
  • NSO Local Installation
    00:10:17
  • Installing NEDs
    00:07:32
  • YANG Module Structure
    00:11:14
  • YANG Statements & Data Types
    00:12:48
  • XPath Overview
    00:23:32
  • NSO Services
    00:06:09
  • NSO Services LAB
    00:23:32
  • Model-to-Model Mapping
    00:17:28
  • YANG Module Design LAB
    00:15:05
  • Service Template Design LAB
    00:13:43
  • Python in NSO
    00:16:18
  • Python Scripting LAB
    00:29:56
  • Python Template Package LAB
    00:13:07
  • Python XML Template LAB
    00:13:45
  • Python SVI Template LAB
    00:09:56
  • NSO REST-API
    00:17:41
  • NSO RESTCONF API LAB - Part1
    00:12:05
  • NSO RESTCONF API LAB - Part2
    00:20:18
  • NSO RESTCONF API LAB - Part3
    00:10:32
  • Assurance and Management - SNMP - Part 1 - Components, Version and Message Types
    00:25:07
  • Assurance and Management - SNMP - Part 2 - MIB, OIDs, Getting NMS ready and SNMP v2c Configuration
    00:31:32
  • Assurance and Management - SNMP - Part 3 - Version 3 Security Levels and Configuration
    00:21:23
  • Assurance and Management - NetFlow - Overview, Getting Analyzer ready and Configuration
    00:23:17
  • Assurance and Management Syslog - Part 1 - Overview, RFC 3164 and RFC 5424
    00:23:57
  • Assurance and Management- Syslog - Part 2 - Getting the Server ready and Configuration on IOS and IOS-XR
    00:17:58
  • Assurance and Management - IPFIX - Overview and Configuration on IOS-XR
    00:11:47
  • Assurance and Management - Device Administration - Part 1 - Overview and Getting the ISE v3 ready
    00:20:44
  • Assurance and Management - Device Administration - Part 2 - AAA Configuration on IOS and IOS-XR
    00:23:03
  • Assurance and Management - MPLS and SR OAM
    00:25:39
  • Assurance and Management - SD-Access Assurance
    00:22:04
  • Assurance and Management - SD-WAN Monitoring
    00:21:57
  • Assurance and Management - Monitoring Network Devices with PRTG
    00:19:49
  • Assurance and Management - Monitoring Network Devices with Cacti
    00:15:01
  • Assurance and Management - Network Assurance and Management Summary
    00:06:58
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 1- MPLS Fundamentals- IGP-BGP Interactions
    00:47:09
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 2 - MPLS L2 VPNs, VPWS, VPLS, LDP and BGP SignalLing, BGP AD
    00:48:33
  • MPLS Design and Theory Part 3 - EVPN
    00:45:19
  • MPLS Design and Theory Part 4 - EVPN Part 2
    00:37:46
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 5 - Intra AS MPLS L3 VPNs
    00:35:19
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 6 - Intra AS VPN Part 2 and Inter-AS MPLS VPNs
    01:02:08
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 7 - RSVP Traffic Engineering
    00:42:14
  • MPLS Design and Theory - Part 8 - RSVP Fast Reroute, Link, Node and Path Protection
    01:04:29
  • MPLS Lab - Part 1-MPLS and MPLS VPN Basics -1
    00:53:42
  • MPLS Lab - Part 2-MPLS and MPLS VPN Basics -2
    00:53:37
  • MPLS Lab - Part 3-L3VPN-VRF-Lite and 6PE/6VPE
    00:38:13
  • MPLS Lab - Part 4-L2-and-L3 VPNs with IOS-XR
    00:37:10
  • MPLS Lab - Part 5-MPLS-L3VPN-with-IOS-XR
    00:38:05
  • MPLS Lab - Part 6-VPLS
    00:22:50
  • MPLS Lab - Part 7 - EVPN 1
    00:49:02
  • MPLS Lab - Part 8 - EVPN 2
    00:28:15
  • MPLS Lab - Part 9 - EVPN 3
    00:15:57
  • MPLS Lab Part 10 - EVPN 4
    00:59:16
  • MPLS Lab - Part 11 - Inter-AS Option A
    00:41:41
  • MPLS Lab - Part 12 - Inter-AS Option B
    00:32:13
  • MPLS Lab - Part 13 - Inter-AS Option C
    00:32:24
  • MPLS Lab - Part 14 - Inter-AS Option D
    00:23:40
  • MPLS Lab - Part 15 - Inter-AS MPLS All-in-One
    01:09:43
  • MPLS Lab - Part 16 - CSC
    00:39:59
  • MPLS Lab - Part 17 - Seamless MPLS
    00:45:04
  • MPLS Lab - Part 18 - H-VPLS
    00:31:22
  • MPLS Lab - Part 19 - RSVP-TE Part 1
    00:37:36
  • MPLS Lab - Part 20 - RSVP-TE Part 2
    00:49:12
  • MPLS Lab - Part 21 - RSVP-TE Part 3
    00:39:01
  • MPLS Lab - Part 22 - RSVP-TE Part 4
    00:55:42
  • MPLS Case Study - 1 (PE-CE Routing Protocols in L3 VPN)
    00:16:38
  • MPLS Case Study - 2 (RSVP Fast Reroute)
    00:16:48
  • MPLS Case Study - 3 (CSC and BGP as a PE-CE)
    00:40:09
  • IP Multicast Part 1 - Multicast Basics (Sample Video)
    00:35:19
  • IP Multicast Part 2 - IGMP, IGMP Snooping, Different IP Multicast Trees, Loop Prevention
    00:34:58
  • IP Multicast Part 3 - Different PIM Deployment Models - ASM , SSM, Bidir Explanation
    00:38:14
  • IP Multicast Part 4 - Different PIM Model Design Comparison (Sample Video)
    00:21:49
  • IP Multicast Lab - Part 1
    00:59:50
  • IP Multicast Lab - Part 2
    00:54:38
  • IP Multicast Lab - Part 3
    00:24:20
  • MVPN Theory and Design
    00:32:51
  • MPLS Multicast Design and Theory 2 - MVPN MDT Types, Underlay and Overlay Concepts and Protocols
    00:21:59
  • MVPN Theory and Design - Core Tree Protocols
    00:27:08
  • MVPN Theory and Design - C-Multicast - Overlay Signalling
    00:44:31
  • MVPN Theory and Design - C-Multicast PIM vs BGP
    00:09:34
  • MVPN Lab Part 1 - Customer MCast Setup and MVPN Profile 0
    00:39:10
  • MVPN Lab Part 2 - MVPN Profile 1 Detailed Coverage
    00:34:10
  • MVPN Lab Part 3 - MVPN Profile 1 Verification and MVPN Profile 3 Explanation
    00:26:49
  • MVPN Lab Part 4 - MVPN Profile 11 Detailed Coverage
    00:45:37
  • MVPN Lab Part 5 - MVPN Profile 13 Detailed Coverage
    00:30:38
  • Multicast Case Study - AMT - Automatic Multicast Tunnelling Case Study
    00:11:37
  • IP and MPLS 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
  • 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 Design and Theory Part 10 – LFA (Loop Free Alternate) in Fast Reroute and Reverse SPF
    00:30:56
  • SR Design and Theory Part 11 – Remote LFA , P , Q, Extended P , PQ Node in Fast Reroute
    00:34:47
  • SR Design and Theory Part 12 – Segment Routing TI-LFA – Topology Independent Loop Free Alternate
    00:19:51
  • SR-Lab – Basic Configuration on IOS-XE and IOS-XR
    00:21:25
  • SR-Lab – IS-IS LSDB and SR Information
    00:19:58
  • SR-Lab -Segment-Routing and MPLS Overlay Services
    00:16:58
  • SR-Lab – Segment-Routing TE Basics
    00:21:01
  • SR-Lab -Segment-Routing TE BGP Auto-Steering and WECMP
    00:24:32
  • SR-Lab -Segment-Routing TE BGP ODN and Introduction to BGP LS
    00:24:54
  • SR-Lab – Segment-Routing TE PCE, PCC and PCEP
    00:18:55
  • SR-Lab – Segment-Routing TE BGP ODN with PCE
    00:24:12
  • SR-Lab – Segment-Routing TE Policy for xConnect
    00:20:11
  • SR-Lab – Unified MPLS vs Multi-Domain SR-TE
    00:25:53
  • SR-Lab – Multi-Domain SR-TE PCE configuration and examination
    00:24:53
  • SR-Lab – Multi-Domain SR-TE and MPLS VPNs
    00:27:27
  • SR-Lab – SR-TE Constraints
    00:22:19
  • SR-Lab – SR-TE Constraints – Flex-Algo and Metric Margin
    00:18:47
  • SR-Lab – FRR – Local-LFA, Remote-LFA and SR TI-LFA – Part 1
    00:28:05
  • SR-Lab – FRR – Local-LFA, Remote-LFA and SR TI-LFA – Part 2
    00:14:14
  • SP Network Design and Architecture Book
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  • CCIE Service Provider Workbook Part 1
    .
  • CCIE Service Provider v5 Workbook Part 2
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  • CCIE Service Provider v5 Workbook Part 3
    .
  • : CCIE Service Provider v5.0 Course Configs and Lab Pdf
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  • OSPF Lab Update
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  • Segment Routing Extra Labs
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  • IP and MPLS QoS Slides
    .
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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 ...

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

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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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Instructor at Orhan Ergun, LLC Network Consultancy and TrainingSpecialized in Routing, Switching, Enterprise and Service Provider Certification Trainings. 
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