Hi All !

Have you ever watched any of the CISCO learning series from INE ? If you have not I do highly recommend you purchase every single one of them if you’re series about networking because truth be told you will never be able to find anything better than what those guys prepared for you !

This post is dedicated to their OSPF CCNP video series. This is the OSPF topology that is being used in the series for this technology


This is how it looks like and what you need to build in GNS3


Use this net file to build it : net_file

Use this basic initial configs that exactly match the original INE diagram : initial_configs

Start you INE videos and start your OSPF study !!

Enjoy !



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Hello, and welcome to the first post of my CCIE blog This blog has got one simple goal and that is to improve our skills in Cisco Networking field so we can become best engineers on a job market. Wordpress Blog https://ccie4all.wordpress.com/ information about the changes made to Gns3 BGP , MPLS and R&S CCIE labs. In order to access and download all provided materials and receive important updates from Gns3 BGP , MPLS and R&S CCIE labs under GNS3 tab in the main header please go ahead and subscribe to https://ccie4all.wordpress.com/ ! All other posts have not been affected and can be accessed at any given time. Enjoy ! Tom

One Response to OSPF CCNP INE

  1. Abigail says:

    I’m considering that now. I tried the CBT nuggets and they were really helpful videos but I’m still not that confident to take the exam. I’m about to finish reading the official certification guide and I will most likley purchase the videos from INE.

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