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CCIE 37813
CCIE 37813
"The Heinz Ulm boot camp was for me more than just a technical boot camp. For me it was a lifetime experience which learned me to work harder than ever to achieve the ultimate goal. I thought that I knew my limits, during the bootcamp I experienced that my limits were higher than I ever thought. It made me stronger, faster and better. Thanks to that I was able to pass my CCIE on the first attempt! Now when I have my number I'm still enjoying the advantages of the bootcamp experience.          CCIE 37813 (Netherlands) " CCIE 37813


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You'll get extremly complicated and challenging scenarios, "challenges",  which you  configure.The degree of complexity and difficulty is that what you can expect in the real lab exam, but our labs are probably  harder.
(That's what we hear from our students all the time)

You will be challenged on almost all test areas that Cisco is looking for, including the newest blueprint of course. These in-depth labs are an invaluable tool and help you tremendously to be successful.


You will work on up to 40 Routers/Switches  (unshared !),    


Included is a dedicated troubleshooting task, MPLS/DMVPN, EEM stuff and lots of the Blueprint features.

You are working via a terminal-server just as in the exam.

Workbooks, Layer 1, 2 and 3 pictures are all in separate windows (just as in the exam).

And we are emulating/creating stress.

You work completely on your own with your own pace, your own CCO-web access.

There are no (official) breaks other than the lunch-break.

There are special stress exercises which put you under extreme load.
Please note that you are working deep into the night each day, plus on the weekends.

Most attendees underestimate the complexity.


The challenges start with a fairly complex one  and the complexity is increasing from task to task and day to day.  The complexity is similar to what you can expect in the real lab.



Please note, that our bootcamp is over 90 % hands-on,  with a morning lectured session on most days, covering the gaps and deficits which we discovered during our monitoring. 

During the morning sessions, there are also lectures about addressing issues, bit splitting, ospf area bit splitting, VLSM, undocumented or barely documented stuff, hints, tips and tricks, do's and dont's.



Basic configuration tasks and the theories are not discussed and must be understood before you come to the camp.

We assume you are in the final stages of your path to CCIE.


We are constantly monitoring what and how the attendees are configuring during the day.

During the mocklab- and troubleshooting-day students are asked to install VNC or Teamviewer so that we can even see their keystrokes the moment they enter them (just as in the exam)


If there is/are missing knowledge and/or missing tipps and tricks, do's and don'ts common to all of them, it will be discussed/lectured in the morning sessions. If there is a knowledge-gap just with one person then there is a 1:1-discussion/lecturing with that person only.  

As our student you will get constant feedback from us because we keep telnetting throughout the whole day to all devices.
We analyze Syslog and SNMP messages from your pod.

We make notes about the mistakes or "sub-optimal" configs. However we do not let you know about your mistakes immediately. Instead we watch to see how long it takes you to find out that something is wrong and how you are trying to fix it. If the case is not solved within a certain time window you will get a hint about the problem and/or solution. We do never fix a problem for you and we never change a config.

Between our bootcamp and the lab-exam you should plan approx. 3-4  additional weeks for further studies, book readings and practice to fill all the gaps which you discovered during the bootcamp. If you need more rack time we can offer very affordable and competitive rack rentals to our gear.

Please bring your own notebook with Ethernet port (preferred) or WLAN-card (so you have)
 



 
 
 


CCIE 34847
CCIE 34847
"I had the fortunate opportunity to attend a 3 week Heinz Ulm Bootcamp in preparation for my CCIE R&S Lab. I found the bootcamp extremely useful to practice the full scope of work for the R&S Lab blueprint, and specifically fine tune interpretation of Lab questions and configuration speed.
The Denver bootcamp location which I attended, has the advantage of providing accommodation in the same location where the Lab/workspace is located. This meant you are able to start as early, and continue working as late as you require, and being close to a bed when your configs start looking blurry from tiredness.
I recommend anyone that has the means and time available to attend a Heinz Ulm bootcamp, preferably about 1 month before attempting the Lab.          CCIE 34847 (South Africa)"
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