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    #126
    Hi broli, kreken and Nelson;

    Could you provide feedback on the course? Was it good as you expected? Do you think it has prepared you for V5?

    Thanks
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    #127
    We will have only our third class tomorrow so not a lot of time have passed yet to form an opinion.
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    #128
    Quote Originally Posted by Iristheangel View Post
    One thing to be aware of is that each class is recorded so even if your wife isn't a fan of you waking up early every Saturday, you could be watching the recording any time of the week
    This course looks amazing. I'm really considering it for 2017. I'll have to self fund. Not sure i can make 16 straight saturdays. Would you know how soon the recording is available after each saturday class runs?
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    #129
    Quote Originally Posted by Kreken View Post
    We will have only our third class tomorrow so not a lot of time have passed yet to form an opinion.
    Hi Kreken,

    Now, Can you write something more about context of that course?
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    #130
    Recording is usually available within minutes after the class ends.

    I have payed for the class out of my own pocket and have absolutely no regrets. Easily the best spent money on my education in the last few years.

    Even though the class is named Zero to Hero, I think the least certified people in there are CCNPs and half of the class already have CCIE's in other tracks.
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    #131
    I'm going through the course as well. We started VPNs this week, and the instructor presented the complex material in a thorough and clear way that made it understandable. He is able to go between the academic theory & real world implementation smoothly. After 5-6 weeks and covering several subjects it's clear that he knows his stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kreken View Post
    Recording is usually available within minutes after the class ends.

    I have payed for the class out of my own pocket and have absolutely no regrets. Easily the best spent money on my education in the last few years.

    Even though the class is named Zero to Hero, I think the least certified people in there are CCNPs and half of the class already have CCIE's in other tracks.
    Thanks Kreken, that's really good to know. The least certified are CCNP Security, you'd say? I only have CCNA Security and CCNP R&S. Maybe I should wait until I finish the CCNP Security before considering this?

    Thanks to Mbarrett too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kreken View Post
    Even though the class is named Zero to Hero, I think the least certified people in there are CCNPs and half of the class already have CCIE's in other tracks.
    So is it not really good for folks at the Zero end of the spectrum?
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    #134
    It's not a requirement to have CCNP:S but I think it would be beneficial to have that knowledge level or similar experience to get the most of the class. A lot of people are taking this class as part of the preparation for the lab exam. The topics mirror lab blueprint except a deviation or two. But, regardless, even if you don't plan to get CCIE, this will make you a much better engineer.
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    The stated prerequisites are a CCNA. I forget if they said CCNA R&S, or just any CCNA. But a good knowledge of troubleshooting, working with multiple devices in a network environment seems to be the main thing. Having an existing CCNP Security won't really help you get though the class, in fact it's the opposite - if you are wanting to get your CCNP Security you will be well served by taking this class.
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    Thanks for the info. Yeah, current plan is CCNP Security. I'm hoping to take 300-206 within the next few weeks. I was hoping to take and pass 300-206 and 300-207 by December 31
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    One more question. I'm assuming the recording of the webex for each class is one long recording, as opposed to being broken out into sections. Is that a correct assumption?
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    #138
    That's correct - one long recording.
    CCIE Security - this one might take a while...
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    #139
    I called today, there are spots still available. This class does look really good. Does it look $3900 out of my own pocket good, I'm not sure yet.
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    #140
    Hello Kreken, Nelson and other participants,

    Can you write, which books had you got from Janet or Piotr before that course?
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    Default Really interested

    I'm really interested in this class. Does Micronics offer sale or special pricing, like INE and IPX?
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    No special pricing. It's pretty cheap for what you get though
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    #143
    That pricing for 16 weeks of training and unlimited rack rental usage during that time is a steal IMO. If I was still working with security I would've taken that course.
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    Anyone taking the one starting end of January? Ill be on
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    Quote Originally Posted by FloOz View Post
    Anyone taking the one starting end of January? Ill be on

    I'm still debating it. Not really sure yet
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    I think koz may possibly be taking it too or he's working on it
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    Btw, this reminds me that I need to update my CCIE thread. I have some good notes that can help you folks out on tshooting ftd from the cli and ISE 2.1
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    #148
    Yeah that would be a huge help for sure...

    Iris did you go for any of the security certs after this training?

    I'm hoping that this training will be a good refresher to pass the CCNP Sec and then lead in to Narbiks CCIE Sec bootcamp.

    All my job has been lately is ASAs, ISE, and Firepower deployments.

    And my employer is going to hope that I go for the CCIE after coughing up all those learning credits/cash.
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    I'm working on CCIE Security right now
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    Are you skipping over CCNP Sec? I was looking into that as an option as well.
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