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    The CCIE Routing and Switching (Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert) training certifies a network engineer with a proven ability to plan, operate and Troubleshooting complex, converged network infrastructure.
     

    The Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching written exam validates the potential of a participant to configure, validate, and troubleshoot complex enterprise network infrastructures, and understand the interoperations of infrastructure components.

     

    1.0 Network Principles

    1.1 Network theory

    • Describing basic software architecture differences between IOS and IOS XE
    • Identifying Cisco express forwarding concepts
    • Explaining general network challenges
    • Explaining IP operations
    • Explaining TCP operations
    • Explaining UDP operations

    1.2 Network Implementation and operation

    • Evaluating proposed changes to a network

    1.3 Network Troubleshooting

    • Use IOS Troubleshooting tools
    • Applying Troubleshooting methodologies
    • Interpreting packet capture

    2.0   Layer 2 Technologies

    2.1 LAN switching technologies

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting switch administration
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting layer 2 protocols
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting VLAN
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting trunking
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting EtherChannel
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting spanning‐tree
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting other LAN switching technologies
    • Describing chassis virtualization and aggregation technologies
    • Describing spanning‐tree concepts

    2.2 Layer 2 multicast

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IGMP
    • Explaining MLD
    • Explaining PIM snooping

    2.3 Layer 2 WAN circuit technologies

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting HDLC
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting PPP
    • Describing WAN rate‐based Ethernet circuits

    3.0 Layer 3 Technologies

    3.1 Addressing technologies

    • Identifying, Implementing and Troubleshooting IPv4 addressing and subnetting
    • Identifying, Implementing and Troubleshooting IPv6 addressing and subnetting

    3.2 Layer 3 multicast

    • Troubleshooting reverse path forwarding
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IPv4 protocol independent multicast
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting multicast source discovery protocol
    • Describing IPv6 multicast 3.2.d (i) IPv6 multicast

    3.3 Fundamental routing concepts

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting static routing
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting default routing
    • Comparing routing protocol types
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting administrative distance
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting passive interface
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting VRF lite
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting filtering with any routing protocol
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting redistribution between any routing protocol
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting manual and auto summarization with any routing protocol
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting policy‐based routing
    • Identifying and Troubleshooting sub‐optimal routing
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting bidirectional forwarding detection
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting loop prevention mechanisms
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting routing protocol authentication

    3.4 RIP (v2 and v6)

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting RIPv2
    • Describing RIPv6 (RIPng)

    3.5 EIGRP (for IPv4 and IPv6)

    • Describing packet types
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting neighbor relationship
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting loop free path selection
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting operations, EIGRP stub & load‐balancing
    • Implementing EIGRP (multi‐address) named mode
    • Implementing, Troubleshooting and Optimizing EIGRP convergence and scalability

    3.6 OSPF (v2 and v3)

    • Describing packet types
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting neighbor relationship
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting OSPFv3 address‐family support
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting network types, area types and router types, path preference & operations
    • Implementing, Troubleshooting and Optimizing OSPF convergence and scalability

    3.7   BGP

    • Describing, Implementing and Troubleshooting peer relationships
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IBGP and EBGP
    • Explaining attributes and best‐path selection
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting routing policies
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting scalability
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting multiprotocol BGP
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting AS path manipulations

    3.8 ISIS (for IPv4 and IPv6)

    • Describing basic ISIS network
    • Describing neighbor relationship
    • Describing network types, levels and router types
    • Describing operations
    • Describing optimization features

    4.0 VPN Technologies

    4.1 Tunneling

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting MPLS operations
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting basic MPLS L3VPN+
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting encapsulation
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting DMVPN (single hub)
    • Describing IPv6 tunneling techniques
    • Describing basic layer 2 VPN —wireline
    • Describing basic L2VPN — LAN services

    4.2 Encryption

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IPsec with preshared key
    • Describing GET VPN  

    5.0 Infrastructure Security

    5.1 Device security

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IOS AAA using local database
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting device access control
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting control plane policing
    • Describing device security using IOS AAA with TACACS+ and RADIUS  

    5.2 Network security

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting switch security features
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting router security features
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IPv6 first hop security
    • Describing 802.1x

    6.0 Infrastructure Services

    6.1 System management

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting device management
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting SNMP
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting logging

    6.2 Quality of service

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting end‐to‐end QoS
    • Implementing, Optimizing and Troubleshooting QoS using MQC
    • Describing layer 2 QoS

    6.3 Network services

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting first‐hop redundancy protocols
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting network time protocol
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 DHCP
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IPv4 network address translation
    • Describing IPv6 network address translation

    6.4 Network optimization

    • Implementing and Troubleshooting IP SLA
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting tracking object
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting netflow
    • Implementing and Troubleshooting embedded event manager
    • Identifying performance routing (PfR)

    7.0 Evolving Technologies

    7.1 Cloud

    • Comparing and contrasting Cloud deployment models
    • Describing Cloud Implementations and operations

    7.2 Network Programmability (SDN)

    • Describing functional elements of network programmability (SDN) and how they interact
    • Describing aspects ofx virtualization and automation in network environments

    7.3 Internet of Things (IoT)

    • Describe architectural framework and deployment considerations for Internet of Things

    • There are no specific prerequisites for CCIE certification.
    • Instead, candidates must first pass a written exam and then the corresponding hands-on lab exam.
    • Also, a candidate is expected to possess a thorough understanding of the exam topics and strongly encouraged to have three to five years of job experience before attempting certification

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