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CCIE Routing & Switching

CCIE Bootcamp & CCIE Labs Training

Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching (CCIE Routing and Switching) certifies the skills required of expert-level network engineers to plan, operate and troubleshoot complex, converged network infrastructure.

Step 1 CCIE Routing and Switching Written Examination (2 hours)

A candidate must pass the written exam to be eligible for scheduling the lab exam.

Step 2 CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Examination (8 hours)

The eight-hour lab exam tests your ability to configure actual equipment and troubleshoot the network in a timed test situation. You must make an initial attempt of the CCIE lab exam within 18-months of passing the CCIE written exam. The course training includes all the technologies you need to know for the CCIE R&S lab exam in detail followed by an intense lab training.

Prerequisites:
There are NO formal prerequisites for CCIE certification. Other professional certifications like CCNA or CCNP are NOT required. However, CCNA R&S and CCNP R&S level of knowledge is strongly recommended.
  • Module 1: Switching
  •        1.    vlan - standard and Extended, Access, Trunk,
  •        2.    VTP
  •        3.    DTP
  •        4.    SVI
  •        5.    Native-vlan
  •        6.    Inter-vlan Routing
  •        7.    Ether-Channel - PAgP, LACP and Load-Balacing
  •        8.    Spanning-Tree
  •        9.    RSTP, PVST, PVST+, MST
  •       10.   SPT Features :
  •                a.    Portfast, BPDUguard , BPDUfilter, RootGuard, Uplink-fast, Backbone-fast, UDLD, LoopGuard.
  •                b.    Err-disable
  • Module 2: PPP
  •         1.    PPP - Point-to-point
  •         2.    PPP- PAP, PPP- CHAP, MS-CHAP, ESCHAP
  •         3.    PPPOE
  •         4.    MLPPP -- Multilink Point- to-point
  •         5.    Implement PPP and IOS AAA local Database
  • Module 3: IGP
  •         1.    Introduction to Routing Protocol
  •                a.    Static Routing and Default Routing
  •         2.   Compare Routing Protocol Types - Distance Vector, Link-state, Path-Vector
  •         3.   RIP - Introduction to RIP
  •                a.   Implement and Troubleshooting of RIP
  •                b.   Passive-interface default, Authentication, 2 tables explaination
  •         4.   EIGRP - Packet Types, Route-Types
  •               a.   RD,FD,FC, Successor, Feasible Successor
  •               b.   3 Tables - RIB, Topology,Neighbor
  •               c.   Strunk in active
  •               d.   EIGRP stub
  •                     i.    stub
  •                     ii.   leak-map
  •               e.  EIGRP Load-balancing
  •                     i.   equal-cost
  •                     ii.  unequal-cost
  •               f.   EIGRP Summary
  •                     i.   Summary leak-map
  •               g.  Authentication - Key-Chain , MD5
  •        5.   OSPF:
  •                a.   Design of OSPF - ABR, ASBR, Backbone Router's.
  •                b.   Packet Types
  •                c.   LSA Types
  •                d.   Route-Types- Internal and External
  •                e.   7 States of OSPF (Implementation of OSPF )
  •                f.    Explaination of 3 Tables - RIB, Topology , Database
  •                g.   Virtual-link
  •                h.   Network-Types - Point-to-Point, Multipoint, Broadcast, Non-Broadcast
  •                i.   Area Types - Stub, T-Stub, NSSA, T-NSSA
  •                j.   Authentication - Type 1 and Type 2
  •                k.   Summarization with Range Command
  •                l.    IP Security - ACL , Prefix-List, PBR(route-map)
  •                m.   Implementation and Troubleshoot of OSPF
  • Module 4: BGP
  •          1.    BGP - TCP connection
  •          2.     Implementation of BGP Protocol
  •                  a.   peer-group
  •                  b.   Active and Passive
  •                  c.   States and Timers
  •           3.    Implementing IBGP and EBGP
  •           4.    IBGP - Route-Reflector, Confederations and Full-mesh
  •           5.    4 Bytes AS Number
  •           6.    Private AS
  •           7.    Attributes and Path Selection
  •                    a.   Weight , Local Preference, Origin, As-Path , Origin, MED, Ebgp vs Ibgp, IGP metric, BGP Router-id
  •           8.    Conditional Advertisement
  •           9.    Communities and Extended Communities
  •          10.   BGP Features :
  •                    a.   Aggregation, Local-AS , Allow-as in, Prepend, Regexp, BGP Synchronization, Maximum-prefix, Password.
  •                    b.   Designing and Implementation of BGP Protocol.
  • Module 5: MPLS
  •        1.   Concept of Process Switching, Fast-Switching and CEF
  •        2.   Basics of MPLS - Label stack, LSR, LSP
  •        3.   LDP neighbor and LFIB table
  •        4.   MPLS ping and MPLS Trace route
  •        5.   MPLS/VPN - L3VPN, CE, PE, P
  •        6.   Extended Communities, VRF, Route Distinguish and Route-target
  •        7.   Implementing Ipv4 address-family and vrf address-family
  • Module 6: IPV6
  •         1.   IPv6 Addressing and Sub-netting
  •         2.   Unicast, Multicast , EUI-64, ICMPv6(RD, RS, NA, NS) , Auto-config addressing
  •         3.   Implementing Routing Concept - RIPng
  •         4.   EIGRPv6 - Implement and Troubleshooting
  •         5.   OSPFV3 - Implement and Troubleshooting
  •         6.   IPv6 Authentication
  •         7.   Implement of IPV6 DHCP
  • Module 7: Multicast
  •         1.   RPF - Reverse Path Failure
  •         2.   PIM- Sparse Mode, Dense-Mode, Sparse-dense-mode
  •         3.   Static-RP, Auto-RP, BSR
  •         4.   Bidirectional PIM
  •         5.   Source-Specific Multicast
  •         6.   Multicast Boundary
  •         7.   Concept

The following modes of training are available for this course

  • Regular duration Training program
  • Fast Track Training program
  • Customized Bootcamp
  • Customized Online Training program
  • (All the above modes of training include theory and practical as per the requirement of the course)

Training Methodology

Our training methodology focuses on preparing the candidate for the CCIE exam which involves:

  • 1. CCIE Written exam which is a 2 hour online exam and,
  • 2. CCIE LAB exam which is an 8 hour practical exam conducted at a Cisco Exam Center

​We start with an in-depth technology training which involves complete theory as well as practical labs created by our expert faculty to give you complete concept clarity.

We have our own Advanced Lab Workbook which we call as DAY LABS. Each technology is referred to as a DAY, which includes the theory with practical lab for that particular technology. To understand the concept thoroughly, we provide lecture notes as well as practice questions for each DAY LAB and that is supported with the videos on how to do the labs.

Sample DAY LAB:

Once you are strong on the technologies, the candidate is ready to take CCIE Written exam at any Pearson VUE Authorized Testing Center.

In the next step, the focus shifts to an intense lab training of the lab scenarios similar to those of the actual CCIE Lab exam. After this, the candidate is confident enough to appear for the CCIE Lab exam.

CCIE Routing & Switching Written
Exam Number: 400-101
Associated Certifications: CCIE Routing and Switching
Duration: 120 minutes (90-110 questions)
Available Languages: English
Exam Center: Any Pearson VUE Authorized Testing Center


CCIE Routing & Switching Lab exam
Duration: 8 Hours
Exam Center: Any Cisco specified fixed or mobile lab locations around the world.

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