[menog] CCIE Boot Camp R & S held 16-22 March-2009 in Lahore Pakistan.

Muneer Ahmad Shad muneer_nas at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 12 07:34:40 GMT 2009

Note:- please Forward the all concern pepole thks. 

Dear Colleagues and Friends,We are pleased to announce the CCIE Routing & Switching and Service Provider Bootcamp in Lahore, supported by the Netmetric-Solutions(Mr. Khawar Btt Quard)CCIE  instructor by Tarun Pahuja Penta CCIE being held from R&S 16-22 March and SP 25-31 March- 2009, in Lahore, Pakistan. 
CCIE R&S Bootcamp will be hosted byNETS 10 Saint Mary's Park Gulberg III,( Near Kalma Chowk) Lahore - PakistanTel: (92-42) 5867776 - 5837968 Fax: (92-42) 5835572 For details & registrations,kindly log on to www.netmetric-solutions.com and www.nets.edu.pk  or contact us at:Contact Details:Munir Ahmad Shad0322-4500800 Regards,Munir Ahmad ShadCCIE Written (R&S)CISSP, CCSP, CCNP, CCDA, CCNAJNCIA-ER, JNCIS-ER, JNCIA-EX, JNCIA-FWV, JNCIA-MMCP, MCSE, DCH, DIE
> From: a.merchant at atheeb.net> To: menog-sec at menog.net; menog at menog.net> Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009 15:02:50 +0300> Subject: RE: [menog] MENOG 4 Workshops> CC: menog-sec at menog.net> > Dear Smith,> I prefer to have workshop on IPv6 and on Routing.> > BR> > Asif Merchant, CCIE SECURITY, CISSP, CISA> ISP Project Manager> Atheeb Telecom Consortium> T +966 1 2882666 Ext 5318> F +966 1 2178143/2176931> Mobile: +966554480216> Email: a.merchant at atheeb.net> PO Box 250398, Riyadh 11391, KSA> > > > > -----Original Message-----> From: menog-bounces at menog.net [mailto:menog-bounces at menog.net] On Behalf Of Philip Smith> Sent: Friday, February 06, 2009 1:12 PM> To: menog at menog.net> Subject: [menog] MENOG 4 Workshops> > Hello everyone,> > As I mentioned in the Call For Proposals notification a couple of days> ago, the MENOG Organising Committee would like to offer two workshops> during MENOG this April.> > We would therefore like to ask for expressions of interest in subject> matter as well as participation in these workshops.> > To launch the MENOG workshops, we are considering three topics:> - Routing (OSPF/ISIS and BGP, configuration best practices, etc.)> - IPv6 (Intro, Routing protocols, co-existence, network deployment)> - Network Security (Routers, Routing Protocols, Infrastructure, etc.)> > Please indicate to us which of the three topics you would prefer to> participate in, and how many colleagues would be interested in joining> you. Your reply can be sent to <menog-sec at menog.net>.> > > Workshop Outline> ----------------> > The workshops include a full lab, designed for network engineers and> operators who are running existing ISP infrastructure, who are> interested in scaling their network operation, or who are about to> deploy a new network. The workshops are approximately 50% lecture and> 50% intensive hands on.> > The workshops are not for everyone. The workshop prerequisites> include a working knowledge of configuration fundamentals; good> understanding of how routing works; some knowledge of network> security; user level UNIX and maybe some UNIX system administration> skills; some experience with TCP/IP network design; and the ability to> think through complex lab exercises.> > The instructors are experienced in the Internet Operations community,> having given many similar workshops at other major regional Operations> meetings (such as APRICOT, SANOG, AfNOG etc), as well as for many> country organised events.> > > Attending a Workshop> --------------------> > MENOG will charge a fee for the three day workshop. This fee will> cover course materials, workshop room hire, breaks and lunch. MENOG> is run as not-for-profit, so the fee charged would be cost recovery> only. The instructors willingly contribute their time to help further> the spread of skills and best practices across the Internet.> > As in other workshops around the world, class sizes will be limited to> 28. This ensures an effective instructor/participant ratio.> > Payment of workshop fees may be done via the on-line registration or> on-site in cash. Please note that we will operate a strict policy of> those who pay first get a seat first; on-line payment is strongly> encouraged. If a participant pays in advance, but fails to show up> without prior notification at the start of the workshop, the place> will be given to the next in any wait list.> > Please indicate to <menog-sec at menog.net> what you would consider> acceptable as a participation fee. As a guide, we would expect the> fee to be approximately $300 for the three day workshop.> > > Regards,> > Philip Smith,> On behalf of the MENOG Organising Committee> --> > ******************** Disclaimer ***********************************************> * This message and any attachments thereto may contain privileged or proprietary information, and are intended for the sole use of the addressee(s). Total or partial reproduction, communication, distribution or use of this information by persons other than the addressee(s) is prohibited.> > * If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender either by telephone or message and delete the message from any computer, system or device.> > * Unless explicitly attributed, the opinions expressed in this message do not necessarily represent the official position or opinions of Atheeb Telecom Consortium> > * This message and any attachments have been scanned by Atheeb Telecom Consortium for malicious code on a best efforts basis, Atheeb Telecom Consortium disclaims all liability for loss or damage to person/s or property arising from this message being infected by computer virus or other contamination.> ********************************************************************************> 
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