Mohamed Saad, CCIE #53414


It was a long journey as I approached the CCIE back in 2011. I bought another vendor's training materials, but due to the knowledge gap between CCNP and CCIE I was not able to continue it at that time. Then in 2015, I moved to another country and got a new job in networking so I decided to try my luck again. INE was the best option this time and the All Access Pass is INE's gift for CCIE candidates. I have attended two live bootcamps with Brian and he is the best with his knowledge in core technologies. The ATC and cram sessions are wonderful because it breaks down all topics with details. INE's workbooks for practice was harder than the real lab. I'm proud that I have got my CCIE number finally in July 2016 after all these years of wishing. Brian once said in a bootcamp that people try to get CCIE for years and it is a wishy washy thing. Real CCIE's put time frame and get it done in 18 months or so. I heard that and decided to step out and be a real CCIE. :) Thanks Brian and INE .. will see you soon in DC track which is next. :)

- Mohamed Saad, CCIE #53414 (CCIE Routing & Switching)