IT TRAINING

CCIE RS Part 1

This intensive Boot Camp-style course is designed to help the CCIE Routing & Switching candidate determine exactly where they are in their process of preparing for the CCIE R&S practical exam and to fill technology gaps through lecture and labs.

The class is approximately 60% lecture and 40% hands-on labs. Upon completion of the technology lecture that includes best practices for applying the technology, you will complete labs based on that technology. At the end of the class, you will perform an eight-hour graded CCIE-level practice lab. Additionally, you will learn how to develop study plans and how to develop and use checklists and decision diagrams to formulate the mindset needed to pass the CCIE lab.

Who needs to attend

Who needs to attend?
Candidates for the CCIE Routing & Switching practical exam who are three to six months out from the date.

what you will learn

What you will learn
To provide a detailed understanding of the following topics:

Frame Relay
Catalyst 3550 and 3560 Switch Configuration
OSPF
EIGRP
RIP v2
IGP Route Redistribution
Controlling IGP Updates with Route Maps and Distribute Lists
Configuring BGP-4 Neighbor Relationships (including Route Reflectors and Confederations)
Filtering BGP Updates using Prefix Lists, AS Path Access Lists Communities, and Route Maps
BGP Attribute Manipulation
IPv6 Interior Routing Protocols
IPv6 BGP
Advanced Catalyst 3550 Layer 2 and Layer 3 Configuration Topics
Integrated Routing and Bridging
WAN QOS (Frame Relay, PPP)
LAN QOS
Advanced IP Access Lists
IP Multicast Routing using PIM Sparse and Dense Modes
Address Administration (NAT, DHCP, HSRP, etc.)

Prerequisites

Prerequisites
CCNP or equivalent job experience
Passing score on CCIE written exam 350-001 CCIE R&S

Course outline

Course Outline

1. Introduction
2. Lab Strategies
3. 7-Hour Core Assessed Lab (360RSW05-LAB-CA01)
DMVPN and Serial Communications
Switch Configuration
IPv4 OSPF
IPv4 EIGRP
IPv4 RIP
Redistribution
BGP
4. DMVPN
5. Layer 2 Configuration (Switching, HDLC and PPP)
6. IGPs – RIPv2, EIGRP/EIGRP6, OSPFv2/v3
7. Redistribution
8. BGP for IPv4 and IPv6
9. Advanced BGP Concepts
10. MPLS and Layer 3 VPN
11. IP Multicasting
DENSE Mode
SPARSE Mode
Attaining Universal Multicast Connectivity
IANA Reserved Multicast Addresses
12. Quality of Service
Deploying Quality of Service on a Cisco Network
QoS Simulation
13. Network Services – NTP, NAT, DHCP and FHRP
14. 3-Hour Assessed Troubleshooting Lab (Part 1 – 360RSW05-LAB-GA02)
11 Incidents (Trouble Tickets)
15. Six-Hour Configuration Assessed Lab (Part 2 – 360RSW05-LAB-GA02)
DMVPN and Serial Communications
Switch Configuration
IPv4 OSPF
IPv4 EIGRP
IPv4 RIP
BGP
IPv6 Routing
Security
QoS
DHCP
Address Administration
Gateway Redundancy
Multicast
MPLS

Certification Programs
CCIE Routing and Switching