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    Default Has Anyone Tried Out Micronics Training Workbook Bundle Yet

    I am contemplating between INE and IPexpert.

    The R&S Workbook by Micronics Training also seems to be quite interesting (in the preview).

    Does anyone have comments on what it is like?
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    IPExpert closed 18 months ago.
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    I remember there is another provider right?
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    Micronics is Narbik's company. He wrote the official CCIE OCG. He is quite good
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    I heard his labs were good but "easier" then the 360 labs. But thats what I heard don't know personally.
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    360 labs from INE?
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    Not INE. Cisco 360, aka "Expert-Level Training". They have their own virtual labs in a cloud environment that you can buy.
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    So the vendors are Cisco 360
    Ine
    Micronics
    Anything else?

    Is Cisco 360 related to the Cisco company?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dppagc View Post
    Is Cisco 360 related to the Cisco company?
    Same company. Like I said, they have their own virtual labs in a cloud environment that you can buy. Bring up the Cisco Learning Network.
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    Hmmm. Which one is the best?
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