Course Features

 
Duration
30 Days
 
Faculty
CCIE certified, also available after course completion on request with prior
 
Equipment
Two Dedicated fully loaded CISCO Racks
 
Author
Keith Barker
Scott Morris
 
Courseware
20 – In-house Lab Scenarios
 
Practice Time
Unlimited & Even at night (subject to availability of Lab & Racks)
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CCIE : Routing and Switching Track

CCIE certification in Routing and Switching indicates expert level knowledge of networking across various LAN and WAN interfaces, and a variety of routers and switches. Experts in R&S solve complex connectivity problems and apply technology solutions to increase bandwidth, improve response times, maximize performance, improve security, and support global applications. Candidates should be able to install, configure, and maintains LAN, WAN, and dial access services.

Becoming a CCIE requires passing a set of exams

There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE certification. Other professional certifications and/or specific training courses are not required. Instead, candidates are expected to have an in-depth understanding of the subtleties, intricacies and challenges of end-to-end networking. You are strongly encouraged to have atleast 1 year of job experience before attempting certification. To obtain your CCIE, you must first pass a written qualification exam and then a corresponding hands-on lab exam. Also additional theoretical and practical help to CCNP students shall be provided.

»Step One: Written Exam

Written Exam Overview:

The written exam is a two-hour, multiple-choice, computer-based exam that covers networking concepts and some equipment commands.

Written Exam Preparation:

The best preparation is an understanding of networking theory and some practical experience

»Step Two: Lab Exam

Lab Exam Overview:

The lab exam is an eight- hour, hands-on exam that tests the ability to get the network running in a timed test condition.

Lab Exam Preparation:

The best preparation is practical experience in configuration and troubleshooting skills it also offers detailed outline of topics likely to appear.

CCIE Routing and Switching Track Contents:

I. Bridging and Switching

  • Frame relay
  • Catalyst configuration: VLANs, VTP, STP, trunk, management, features, advanced configuration, Layer 3

II. IP IGP Routing

  • OSPF
  • EIGRP
  • RIPv2
  • IPv6
  • GRE
  • ODR
  • Filtering, redistribution, summarization and other advanced features

III. BGP

  • IBGP
  • EBGP
  • Filtering, redistribution, summarization, synchronization, attributes and other advanced features

IV. IP and IOS Features

  • IP addressing
  • DHCP
  • HSRP
  • IP services
  • IOS user interfaces
  • System management
  • NAT
  • NTP
  • SNMP
  • RMON
  • Accounting

V. IP Multicast

  • PIM, bi-directional PIM
  • MSDP
  • Multicast tools, source specific multicast
  • DVMRP
  • Anycast

VI. QoS

  • Quality of service solutions
  • Classification
  • Congestion management, congestion avoidance
  • Policing and shaping
  • Signaling
  • Link efficiency mechanisms
  • Modular QoS command line

VII. Security

  • AAA
  • Security server protocols
  • Traffic filtering and firewalls
  • Access lists
  • Routing protocols security, catalyst security
  • Other security features

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