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    Jeff Hurst

    Well, I took my CCNA Security exam this morning and passed....I did just go back and watch the video and it covers the resilient configuration perfect. I agree that it is a pretty useless set of commands, and I can attest that you DEFINITELY need to know this for the exam. Ronnie, as you like to say, "easy points on the exam". Still batting 100% on my exams with using only ITProTV....good job guys!

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    Jeff Hurst

    Ronnie, unfortunately another issue with the series. I think the episode menu is missing part 2 on "Describe Different Firewall Technologies". This would be the episode on stateful vs stateless firewalls, and the state table. You have some general note outlines for the show, so perhaps it already got recorded?

    Anyways, enjoying the series so far. I have yet to fail an exam from only watching ITproTV (A+ 901/902, Sec+ 501, Net+ 006, CCENT, CCNA:R&S), and Ronnie you have had a major part in most, if not all, of those series. So thanks, and keep up the great content!

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    Jeff Hurst

    Ronnie, I have no doubt you made the episode, you even hinted to Jo that there was more info on this topic at the end of part 1 . These series are very complete. I'm just not seeing the part 2 on my menu list:

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    Jeff Hurst

    I didn't experience what the original poster did with the missing video/content in the "Secure Access" section, but there is a missing objective 4.1.c "Implement Cisco IOS Resilient Configuration". In that Router Security episode, Ronnie goes over privilege levels and role-based access (views), and hints that there is more to talk about towards the end, but nothing more on this objective.

    I'm not expecting a new video just for one topic, but was just curious about it because the series is so specifically geared towards each objective. There is plenty of material out there I can find on my own regarding "Resiliant Configuration",,.. was just curious why maybe it was left out.

    Ronnie, as always you are doing a great job explaining some pretty difficult concepts in this series, with some pretty tough configurations, so I think you are doing a great job!

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    Jeff Hurst

    Awesome explanation Ronnie, thanks! Makes a lot of sense now that I think about it.

    BTW, passed my CCNA today using only ITPRo.tv series (both Ronnie's and Don's), and the practice labs. Only a couple concepts that threw me for a loop on the exam, so great job covering virtually all of the material. Ronnie, I enjoyed the new CCNA (2018) series more than the older one (PS don't tell Don) because I like how you break the concepts down in an easy way to comprehend. So don't worry if that simple topic becomes a 5 episode marathon!!

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    Jeff Hurst

    I went back and watched Don's OSPF for IPv6 configuration show and he uses the command:

    #ipv6 router ospf 1

    In the new CCNA (2018) show this command is used:

    #router ospfv3 1

    Looking at the command line there is also the difference in that one shows (config-rtr) and the other shows (config-router).

    My question is....do these commands perform the same task (initializing OSPF), and does the same format need to be consistent across the neighboring OSPF routers. Does Cisco have a preference?

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    Jeff Hurst

    Can't find the APIC-EM HW Minilab 4 that Ronnie goes through in the CCNA show. There are other labs for APIC-EM, just not that one specifically....

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