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Well here we are again. Feels kind of weird starting all over. I decided to move ahead and pursue the Security CCIE. I was thinking of going after the Service Provider CCIE, but the security track aligns much more with my experience outside of R&S. I am going to start prepping for the written in the next few days. For the written I am going to use INE’s ATC class. For my lab prep I purchased IPexpert’s BLS, and have INE’s workbooks as well.

I also still have my lab experience post I actually need to proof read and post yet :/

Comments

4 Responses to ““The beginning is the most important part of the work.” – Plato”

  1. David Sudjiman on January 6th, 2012 6:06 pm

    Yeah, I’m feeling the same that having 1 CCIE is just not enough nowadays. Good luck with your study!

  2. Mud on February 4th, 2012 2:59 pm

    Just curious which vendor you’ve found to be better: INE or IPExpert?

  3. Jeff M. on March 6th, 2012 9:15 pm

    Good luck! One CCIE is definitely not enough nowadays. I passed security back in 2008. It was a different test back then, but I found the vendors’ workbooks to be a waste of money. I basically just invented my own VPN challenge lab and spent most of my time building every kind of VPN possible. Then I spent a little time on the ancillary features. And now I work for Juniper and can’t remember a dang thing.

    Jeff M., CCIE #14023 (R/S, Sec)

  4. CCIE Journey on March 6th, 2012 9:38 pm

    Thanks! Yea I just bought a couple of the ASA and firewalls books from a non CCIE perspective to read through. I think I am a little burned out from the vendor side of things right now :/

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