CCIE: Routing and Switching Training

IT Bootcamps India
In Mumbai

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Typology Training
Location Mumbai
  • Training
  • Mumbai


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
2C Ameyanand Apartments,Kashinath Dhuru Marg,Dadar (W),, 400028, Maharashtra, India
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Starts On request
2C Ameyanand Apartments,Kashinath Dhuru Marg,Dadar (W),, 400028, Maharashtra, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

The CCIE boot camp is designed for people who already: * Cisco CCNP certified AND/OR * Have passed the Cisco CCIE written test (highly recommended) AND/OR * Have 2+ years of mid-to-high end Cisco networking experience

Course programme

CCIE: Routing and Switching Training

Cisco has responded to the challenge in the internetworking technology with the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) Program. This is a high-level certification program designed to identify and serve the best of the internetworking experts and to improve your hands-on skills. The CCIE certification is currently the most significant certification in the industry.

The CCIE Routing and Switching Lab Preparation consists of a series of practical exercises covering all protocols tested in the CCIE Lab exam. They are aimed at engineers preparing for the CCIE lab exam who have already extensively studied the theory of the protocols being tested and wish to practice implementing them in CCIE Lab style scenarios. Ideally, the candidate should aim to go to the CCIE lab exam within one or two months after completing this course.

Who Needs to Attend
This course is aimed at candidates who are preparing for the CCIE Routing and Switching Lab Exam and who have successfully completed the written exam. You are expected to have a working knowledge of RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, and Switching.

Course Outline


Bridging and Switching
Switching as Covered by CCIE Lab Blueprint
Switching IOS Features
Trunks, VLANs, VTP
Cluster Commander, VACL, 802.1q

Frame Relay
Point-to-Point Subinterfaces
Multipoint Subinterfaces

Distribute Lists, Route Filtering, Route Manipulation, Distance

Bandwidth Consumption
Advanced Commands EIGRP

OSPF via Frame Relay
Virtual Links
Costs, Metrics of External Routes
Tuning CPU Load

IGP Features
Complex and Unusual Configurations
Complex Redistribution Techniques
Route Tagging
Routing Loop Avoidance
Route Filtering

Large-Scale BGP Deployment
Route Reflectors
Route Maps
AS-Path Lists
Prefix Lists
Route Manipulation with AS-Path Prepending, Local Preference, MED, etc.
Route Flap Dampening

IOS Features
Advanced and Unusual IOS Commands
Policy-Based Routing

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