Day four and five consisted of QOS, Multicast and lab time. I will say, before heading to Narbik’s QOS and Multicast were my weakest areas. Now I don’t think there are really any at all. Narbik took QOS and laid it all out plain and simple so you could absorb it. Even MLS QOS makes some sort of sense if that is even possible. Multicast is on the same level as well. It took him five minutes of Multicast lecture to make up for many hours of CODs from my original material. Once he was done with Multicast everything made sense. Troubleshooting it is just as easy now.

I said it in my first post, but I have to say it again that the guy can flat out teach. Twelve hour days just flew by. I didn’t once feel like any of the days were a drag. Everyone knows that there are some smart and genius level people out there. That doesn’t always equate into being able to teach it though. Narbik can. Now the camp is only five days and can only cover so much. His workbooks follow his lectures to the letter though. This helps in keeping everything fresh in your mind. The rest of the material is broken down well in the rest of the workbooks.

Well that is it from Narbik’s, it has been a quick five days. If you are having trouble nailing down your core go see Narbik 🙂 Use his workbooks and see how everything works and not just lab up full labs that just try to get you memorizing scenarios. Between Narbik’s class, his workbooks, and IPX’s material I haven’t felt this good about my journey since it started…