• Ronnie Wong

    @joe-wood,

    Congrats and the ITProTV team celebrates with you on your success! Thanks for sharing your study methodology with the ITProTV members too. It always helps to know how others acheived their success!

    We'll be right here to help you as you're now ready to push on towards the CCNA R+S. Please let us know how we can be of more help to you!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ciaran-mccarthy,

    You're correct, you linked it once. My apologies on my mistake.

    If you do have continued questions for preparing for CCNA Security, despite the criticism of the videos, you're free to post questions. I will still reply.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @john-rowe,

    We're glad to help and glad you and your team are ITProTV members!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ciaran-mccarthy,

    We don't mind competition. I definitely do not. I am not sure how constructive criticism includes links to our competitors twice in the same thread.

    We leave the forums open so that people can not only comment on the shows as you have but also so they can learn if there are things that we weren't clear with on the shows. We want the membership to feel open and free to criticize as you've done. But it is primarily about learning.

    With the specific examples that you've named, I reviewed them and I've told Don and the team of the criticism and told them that we need to reshoot it.

    I've offered to answer questions you may have on what we covered or didn't cover and that still stands especially in preparing for the exam.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ciaran-mccarthy,

    I'm sure that our competitors appreciate your praise of their course here. So thanks for the mention again!

    It's a fair criticism. You don't like the show and you like our competitors.

    As I've stated we will be reshooting it but I can't tell you exactly when. Hopefully, like everything else we do, we'll do better given another chance.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @john-rowe,

    From Angie Byer's:

    "Adam Gordon will be recording the 695/696 content after he wraps up Azure."

    So Adam is currently in studio recording 70-533 for the Azure Infrastructure so it will be soon when he starts the series you've mentioned.

    My apologies for letting this one slip by me!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @felicity-collins,

    You can make an official course request through the course library. In the bluish area look for a link to Course Request. This allows you post a request or if you already see the request that will allow you to upvote or downvote a particular request.

    Using the above instructions will make sure that your request is logged and then others may also be looking for the course may upvote your request. This will allow us to prioritize what ITProTV members want to see produced!

    This is the official way to getting courses produced! :)

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ciaran-mccarthy,

    There might have been an unusual edit in the video.

    I'll have to check. In general, the username/password database I usually setup is not something complex: it's usually: R1(config)#username admin password cisco123 just a single username and password. I'll try and review the video and see if I configured that.

    But like I said this series is up for reshooting this year because it was recorded in our early days of ITProTV.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @vishal-ranpariya,

    You might try to configure static routing between your VRF to the IP address in another VRF.

    The more traditional way after establishing your connectivity with vrf-lite between the same VRFs on different routers (e.g. RED to RED) is to run Multiprotocol BGP locally and enable VRF route import and export

    Here's a great example with a great explanation: http://packetlife.net/blog/2010/mar/29/inter-vrf-routing-vrf-lite/

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