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www.globalknowledge.es info.cursos@globalknowledge.es (34) 91 425 06 60
CCIE Routing & Switching Preparation Theory Course
Duración: 5 Días Código del Curso: CCIET
This five-day instructor led theory course is designed to build upon the knowledge gained from the CCNP or CCIP Certification. This course willrefresh and enhance your knowledge focusing on the key areas required in preparation for the CCIE Routing and Switching Theory Exam V3.0.This latest version of the CCIET course has been revised in line with Cisco’s most recently updated Lab Blueprint and now includes coverageof recently untested topics, such as MPLS and IPv6.
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This course is aimed at anyone studying for the CCIE Routing & Switching Theory exam.
Confidently sit the CCIE Routing & Switching Theory ExamHave an enhanced knowledge of Cisco Routing & Switching350-001 V3technology and methodologyDetail the theory behind configuring complex Routing andSwitching networks
Prerequisitos:Exámenes y certificación
Delegates are required to meet the following prerequisites:Recommended as preparation for exam(s):CCNP350-001 v3 Theory ExamQoSBGP – Not essential but recommended
Siguientes cursos recomendados:
The following courses are recommended for further study:CCIE1 and CCIE2 only after passing the Theory Exam.
www.globalknowledge.es info.cursos@globalknowledge.es (34) 91 425 06 60
General Routing ConceptsServicesFrame DelaylinelinelineLink State and Distance Vector ProtocolsNetwork Time Protocol (NTP)Local Management Interface (LMI)Split HorizonsDynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP)Traffic ShapingSummarisationWeb Cache Communication ProtocolHUB and Spoke routersClassful and a Classless routing protocol(WCCP)Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)Routing decision criteriaDENetwork ManagementRouting Information Base (RIB) and RoutinglineIP MulticastProtocols InteractionLogging and SysloglinelineInternet Group Management ProtocolsAdministrative DistanceOSPF(IGMP)v2Routing TablelineGroup addressesRIB and Forwarding Information BaseStandard OSPF areaShared TreesInteractionStub areaSource TreesTotally stub areaProtocol Independent Multicast (PIM)RedistributionNot-so-stubby-area (NSSA)MechaniclineTotally NSSAPIM Sparse ModeRedistribution between routingLink State Advertisement (LSA) typesAuto-RPTroubleshooting Routing LoopAdjacency on a point-to-point and on aAnycast RPmulti-access (broadcast)Bridging and LAN SwitchingOSPF graceful restartSecuritylineTroubleshooting failing adjacencylineSpanning Tree Protocols (STP)formation to failExtended IP access lists802.1dTroubleshooting of external routeUnicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF)802.1winstallation in the RIBIP Source Guard802.1sContext Based Access Control (CBAC)LoopguardBGPRootguardlineMPLS (New)Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) GuardProtocol on which BGP peerslineStorm ControlcommunicateLabel Switching Router (LSR)Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)Next HopUnicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF)Unicast flooringPeeringRoute DescriptorSTP port roles, failure propagation andTroubleshooting of BGP route that willLabel Formatloopguard operationnot install in the routing tables.Label imposition/dispositionLabel DistributionLan SwitchingEIGRPlinelineIPv6 (New)TrunksBest PathlineVLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)Loop free PathsIPv6 Addressing and typesadministrative functionsEIGRP operations when alternate loopIPv6 Neighbor Discoveryfree path are available and when it is notBasic IPv6 functionality protocolsEthernetavailableIPv6 Multicast and related MulticastlineEIGRP queriesprotocolsSpeedManual summarisationTunneling TechniquesDuplexAuto-summarisationOSPFv3EthernetEIGRP StubsEIGRP v6Fast EthernetTroubleshooting of EIFRP neighbourGigabit EthernetadjacenciesIPPolicy RoutinglinelineAddressingConcept of policy routingSubnettingHot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP)QoSGateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP)lineVirtual Router Redundancy ProtocolModular QoS command-line (MQC)Network Address Translation (NAT)applied to:Network Based Application Recognition(NBAR)Class based weighted fair queuing(CBWFQ)/Modified Deficit Round Robin(MDRR)Policing

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