CIPTV1 Pricing

Ok everyone so CIPTV1 is up at INE..

You can download or stream the course here:

CCNP Collaboration v1 : CIPTV1 – Implementing Cisco IP Telephony & Video

or an All Access Pass to give you access to this course any many more!

https://ine.com/pages/all-access-pass

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CIPTV1 now available at INE!

I’m delighted to say that after lots of round the clock effort, my 1st CCNP Collaboration course is now available from INE. Here is the trailer for CIPTV1:

https://lnkd.in/ghNNuWm

This course is intended for network and voice professionals looking to further improve their knowledge or prepare themselves for the CIPTV1 exam. In this course we will be looking at CUCM and VCS Dial Plan, Voice + Video Calling, IOS Gateway, Conferencing, QoS, On Cluster Calling with CUCM and Media Resources. This course will be delivered in lecture based format with plenty of hands on practical demonstrations.

https://lnkd.in/gyKVvYH

https://lnkd.in/gFwsXZP

Sign up for an All Access Pass to view the entire course!

Update

So a little update from my side as things have been pretty quiet on the CCIE blog front…

Most of the spare time I have had has gone into preparing and recording the videos for the CCNP Collaboration Advanced Technologies v1 course for INE. It has been extremely challenging and of course time consuming. I have poured in hours and hours of round the clock effort for this project and have hit rockbottom a few times with technical issues with the lab and wanting to throw it out of the window! (The heatwave in the UK is so unbelievable that my server has been crashing due to overheating!!)

So it looks like CIPTV1 will be hitting the shelves at INE very soon (Mid August I hope) and CIPTV2 will follow soon after in September. Also CTCOLLAB and CAPPS will follow as soon as they are recorded.

CIPTV2 has certainly been the most challenging so far to produce, particularly with regards to the lab.. as getting VCS Control, Expressway, MRA etc is not the most straight forward thing to do and also various technical challenges! Got there in the end though and very happy with how things turned out.

Overall this has been one of the most challenging experiences of my life, finding the time and focus, as well as trying to do the 9-5 job and live a normal and healthy life with the family. But all of the ‘smallest violin stuff’ aside, this has been a rewarding experience that has up’d my overall UC skills and has put me in a much better place for the CCIE. I am extremely proud of this journey so far and I can’t wait to see the finished product. Over and out!

CAPPS Videos

So I decided to go ahead and do my own videos for the 300-085 CAPPS exam. Online training for this exam is basically non-existent and the official Cisco offering for CAPPS is not great in my opinion and only motivated me even more do my own thing. I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I did making them.

A few things I wanted to bring to your attention if you are thinking of sitting the exam or watching my videos.

  • Please make sure you do not go into these videos thinking they are all you need to pass the exam. They are not enough and you will need a combination of methods and resources to pass the exam.
  • If there is 1 thing I am trying to get across in the videos, you need to focus on the exam topics and then get stuck into the resources available, such as Cisco dCloud, home labs and also all of the documentation available from Cisco.
  • I do not intend on making this videos for any financial reason or to make profit anywhere.
  • This videos are my own personal approach for preparing for the CAPPS exam only. Please do not blame me if you fail the exam after just watching my videos and doing nothing else.

Good luck everyone!

Dean