CCIE Routing & switching version 5

This course includes

  • 81  hours on-demand video (416 Lectures)
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion

What you'll learn

  • To plan, operate and troubleshoot complex, converged network infrastructures on a wide variety of Cisco equipment.
  • in-depth understanding of the topics in the exam blueprints
  • enables you to succeed on the exam the first time
  • Helping you to identify areas of weakness and improve both your conceptual knowledge and hands-on skills.
  • helps you master topics on the CCIE Routing and Switching v5.0 exams, including --BGP operations and routing policies --QoS --WANs --IP Multicast --Device and network security and tunneling technologies –MPLS

Requirements

  • Good understanding on CCNA CCNP Routing and Switching Knowledge
  • There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE certification.

Description

  • 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.
  • Trained by expert Triple CCIE certified with 15 + years of training and working experience in production networks.
  • Covers Topics as per the Blueprint (In-depth Core Technology Training)
  • Provided with all Virtual Software’s required for Lab
  • Detailed Workbook free access to anyone (Includes presentations, Labs documented with Outputs & Mock labs)
  • Access to Pre-recorded Video recordings Over 416 lectures and 81 hours of content!
  • This Course se focuses on the topics as Cisco's blueprint for the CCIE Routing and Swiching Version 5 Written and Lab exam.

The benefits of getting a CCIE certification are varied and include the following:

    • Better pay
    • Career-advancement opportunities
    • Applies to certain minimum requirements for Cisco Silver and Gold Channel Partners, as well as those seeking Master Specialization, making you more valuable to Channel Partners
    • Better movement through the problem-resolution process when calling the Cisco TAC
    • Prestige
    • Credibility for consultants and customer engineers, including the use of the Cisco CCIE logo
    • The other big reason to take the CCIE Routing and switching written exam is that it recertifies an individual's associate-, professional-, and expert-level Cisco certifications, regardless of his or her technology track.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to prepare for CCIE routing and switching Written and Lab exam
  • Build the skills that are necessary for expert certification.
  • To Achieve worldwide the most prestigious networking certification in the industry
  • Career-advancement opportunities

How to get your own copy of Video access

  • To get a copy of video Online Access, please send mail us at info@noasolutions.com.
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TRAINER PROFILE

Currently we are offering the below Courses in Video Trainings. You can also find some sample Videos at our YouTube Channel.

Over 69 lectures and 13 hours of content!

Section 1: Introduction to CCIE Routing & Switching

  • CCIE exam information
  • Exam Contents-Rack details

Section 2: VLAN and Trunks

  • Basic LAN Switching
  • VLAN Introduction
  • Static VLAN
  • Dynamic VLAN
  • Trunking
  • LAB: Trunking
  • Extended/ Voice VLAN
  • Intervlan routing (Using separate Gateways)
  • Intervlan routing (using Router Subinterfaces)
  • Intervlan routing (Using Multi Layer Switch)

Section 3: VlanTrunking Protocol (VTP)

  • VTP Introduction
  • LAB: Verifying VTP modes - requirement
  • LAB: VTP Configuration
  • VTP Pruning
  • Manual Pruning/ Prune Eligible List
  • VTP Version 3
  • VTP version 3 lab-Verify VLAN
  • VTP version 3 lab-verify MSTP-Private VLAN
  • Native VLAN

Section 4: Spanning-tree Protocol

  • Understanding STP Process 1
  • Understanding STP Process - Continuation
  • Hierachial Campus LAN Model
  • Selecting Root Bridge
  • Tuning STP ( port-Priority/Cost/timers)

Section 5: Advance STP

  • EtherChannel/PortChannel (link Aggregation)
  • Spanning-Tree Portfast
  • Spanning-Tree BPDU Guard/Filter
  • LAB: Verify BPDU Guard
  • Spanning-tree Root Guard
  • LoopGuard
  • UDLD
  • Errdisable Recovery

Section 6: Flavours of STP

  • UplinkFast-BackboneFast
  • Rapid Spanning-tree Protocol
  • LAB: Verifying RSTP
  • Per Vlan STP (PVST+)
  • Multiple Spanning Tree ( MSTP)
  • Lab: Verify MSTP
  • Tuning MSTP (port-priority/Cost)

Section 7: Layer 2 Technologies

  • PPP authentication -PAP-CHAP
  • Verify PAP-CHAP Authentication
  • PPP Multilink
  • Ethernet WAN Networks ( Metro Ethernet)
  • PPPoE - Theory-basic Configuration
  • PPPoE -advance DHCP configuration

Section 8: Logical Vs Physical Toplogy

  • Default Physical Topology
  • Logical Topology : Via single switch
  • Logical Topology : Via Multiple switches
  • Logical Topology : Using Sub-interfaces
  • Logical Topology : Mock Lab Topology- Sub-interfaces
  • Logical Topology : Mock Lab Topology -SVI and Layer 3 switch interfaces
  • Logical Topology : Mock Lab Topology- Mock interfaces
  • Logical Topology : Mock Lab Topology - using all Sub-interfaces

Section 9: Switch Port Analyser( SPAN/RSPAN/ERSPAN)

  • SPAN/RSPAN Introduction
  • SPAN Configuration : example
  • RSPAN Configuration : example 1
  • RSPAN Configuration : Example 2
  • ERSPAN
  • SPAN ( Restrictions & Conditions)

Section 10: Troubleshooting

  • Cisco Discovery Protocol
  • Link layer Discovery Protocol
  • Troubleshooting LAN connectivity11 - physical connectivity
  • Troubleshooting LAN connectivity11 - Duplex-AutoMDIX
  • Troubleshooting VLAN
  • Troubleshooting Trunking
  • LAB : Troubleshooting Trunk Links

Over 108 lectures and 21 hours of content!

Section 1: Routing Basics

  • Building Routing table
  • Floating static-default routing
  • Floating static-default routing - Continued

Section 2: Default Routes in IGP

  • Advertising Default route
  • Default Route Advertisement-RIPV2
  • Default Route Advertisement- OSPF
  • Default Route Advertisement- EIGRP

Section 3: Redistribution-IPV4

  • Redistribution-Introduction
  • EIGRP- RIP-Redistribution
  • OSPF RIP Redistribution
  • OSPF EIGRP Redistribution
  • Redistribution -Mocklab

Section 4: IPV6 basics

  • IPV6- Introduction
  • IPv6 Addressing
  • IPV6 Address types
  • IPV6 Static Addressing
  • Stateless AddressAutoConfiguration-SLAAC
  • IPv6 EUI-64 Format
  • IPV6 Layer 2 Options

Section 5: IPV6 routing

  • Static-Default Routing
  • RIPng
  • OSPFv3
  • EIGRP-IPv6

Section 6: IPV6 Redistribution

  • IPV6 RIPng -RIPng Redistribution
  • OSPFv3- RIPng Redistribution
  • EIGRP6- OSPFv3 Redistribution

Section 7: Summarization-IPV4

  • Summarization-Introduction
  • Types of Summarization
  • Calculating Summary mask- Shortcut
  • EIGRP-RIPv2 Summarization LAB
  • OSPF Summarization LAB

Section 8: IPV6 Summarization

  • RIPng Summarization
  • EIGRP6 Summarization
  • OSFv3 Summarization

Section 9: EIGRP Classic

  • LAB Verify Eigrp process
  • EIGRP Metric
  • Feasible Distance-Advertise Distance
  • Feasible Condition

Section 10: EIGRP Optimization

  • EIGRP Loadbalancing-Equal cost
  • EIGRP Loadbalancing-Unequal cost
  • EIGRP Stuck-in-Active
  • EIGRP Stub
  • EIGRP Summarization-Leakmap

Section 11: EIGRP name Mode

  • EIGRP Name Mode
  • EIGRP Name Mode- Routing-IPv4-v6
  • EIGRP Name Mode-Authentication
  • EIGRP Wide Metric

Section 12: OPSF basics

  • OSPF-Introduction
  • OSPF Process-Stage 1-5
  • OSPF Process-Stage6-7
  • LAB-Verify Basic OSPF Process
  • Concept of Areas in OSPF
  • LAB-Multi-Area OSPF

Section 13: OSPF Advance

  • OSPF Virtual-link
  • LAB : OSPF virtual links
  • OSPF network Types- DR-BDR - Part 1
  • OSPF network Types- DR-BDR - Part 2
  • LAB-OSPF Broadcast Multi-access network - DR-BDR
  • OSPF LSA Types

Section 14: OSPF Stubs

  • OSPF Stubs-Introduction
  • LAB-OSPF Stubs
  • OSPF Totally stub
  • LAB-OSPF Totally Stub
  • Not-so-stubby Area
  • LAB-Not-so-stubby Area
  • Totally Not-so-Stubby Area
  • Quick Review

Section 15: OSPF Enhancements

  • OSPFv3 Address-family support
  • OSPF Graceful Shutdown
  • OSPF TTL security
  • OSPFv2 Authentication Enhancements

Section 16: Routing Protocol Authentication IPv4-v6

  • Routing Protocol Authentication
  • RIPv2-Authentication
  • EIGRP-Authentication
  • OSPF-Authentication
  • LAB-OSPF-Inteface-based-Authentication
  • OSPF Area-based-Authentication
  • OSPF Virtual link-Authentication
  • OSPF Virtual link-Authentication
  • OSPFv3 Authentication

Section 17: ISIS Basics

  • ISIS Introduction- Levels Types
  • ISIS Adjacency - L1-L2
  • ISIS NSAP Addressing
  • ISIS Configuration- IPv4-v6
  • ISIS Configuration-IPv4-v6 -LAB

Section 18: ISIS Advance

  • Tuning ISIS Levels
  • Tuning ISIS levels-Continue
  • Designated Intermediate System- DIS
  • ISIS Metric
  • ISIS Authentication

Section 19: Route Filtering Options

  • Introduction to Route Filtering
  • Passive Interface
  • LAB-Verify Passive interface
  • Distribution-List
  • LAB-Distribution List
  • IP Prefix-Lists
  • LAB-Verify Prefix-list
  • LAB-Verify Prefix-list-Continued

Section 20: Route Filtering Options

  • Introduction to Route Filtering
  • Passive Interface
  • LAB-Verify Passive interface
  • Distribution-List
  • LAB-Distribution List
  • IP Prefix-Lists    
  • LAB-Verify Prefix-list     
  • LAB-Verify Prefix-list-Continued

Section 21: Route-maps               

  • Route-Maps-Introduction           
  • LAB-Route-maps             
  • LAB-Route-maps-Continued
  • Route-filtering using Route-maps

Section 22: Policy Based Routing

  • Policy Based Routing     
  • PBR based on Source
  • PBR based on destination
  • PBR based on Services
  • PBR based on Packet size

Over 64 lectures and 14 hours of content!

Section 1: BGP Introduction

  • When BGP is more Appropriate
  • BGP options connecting to Internet

Section 2: BGP Neighbors

  • understanding BGP neighbors
  • IBGP neighbors -LAB
  • BGP Split Horizon Rule
  • IBGP neighbors using loopbacks -LAB
  • IBGP neighbors using Loopback-LAB-Continuation

Section 3: Advance BGP neighbor options

  • BGP authentication
  • Peer Groups
  • Route Reflectors

Section 4: External BGP

  • Basic EBGP configuration
  • Using nexthopself
  • EBGP using loopback -EBGPmultihop
  • BGP synchronization Rule

Section 5: BGP Attributes

  • Understanding BGP attributes
  • ASpath-origin-nexthop
  • weight & local preference

Section 6: Weight and Local Preference

  • Path Manipulation using weight
  • path manipulation using Weight -continued
  • weight using route maps-LAB
  • understanding IN OUT
  • using Local preference
  • Local Preference with Route-maps
  • BGP path selection process
  • Clear IPBGP sessions

Section 7: AS-path prepend & MED

  • AS-Path Preprend
  • AS-Path Preprend-Continued
  • Multi Exit Discriminator
  • Using MED
  • Using MED-Continued

Section 8: BGP Summarization

  • BGP summarization
  • BGP summarization using As-set-Example 1
  • BGP summarization As-set-Example -2
  • BGP summarization suppress-map
  • BGP summarization un-suppress-map

Section 9: BGP Route Filtering

  • Why do we need BGP filtering
  • BGP filtering using ACL
  • BGP filtering using IP Prefix-list
  • BGP filtering using Route-maps
  • BGP Regular expressions
  • BGP regular expressions - Continued
  • BGP AS-PATH filters
  • BGP AS-PATH filters-Continued

Section 10: BGP Communities

  • BGP communities -Introduction
  • BGP communities types
  • BGP well communities
  • BGP well communities- continued
  • BGP communities-user defined
  • BGP communities User Defined - Continued

Section 11: BGP Advance Options

  • BGP Confederations
  • BGP Confederations -LAB
  • BGP Dampening
  • BGP Dampening-LAB
  • Route reflector Cluster
  • Route reflector Cluster - LAB
  • remove private-AS
  • BGP neighbor local-AS (No-Prepend)
  • BGP neighbor local-AS( Replace AS and Dual As)

Section 12: IPV6 BGP

  • IPv6 BGP introduction
  • IPV6 IBGP- EBGP Configuration
  • IPV6 PeerGroups and Route Reflectors
  • IPV6 EBGP Multihop
  • IPV6 BGP path Manipulation

Over 62 lectures and 11 hours of content!

Section 1: VPN introduction

  • Introduction to VPN Networks
  • VPN models overview
  • VPN models -Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Cisco express forwarding
  • MPLS VPN overview

Section 2: MPLS Label Distribution Protocol

  • MPLS introduction
  • MPLS labels and MPLS stacks
  • sharing Label information
  • MPLS LDP configuration
  • MPLS LDP configuration - Continued
  • MPLS label forwarding
  • Penultimate hop popping
  • MPLS LDP troubleshooting

Section 3: MPLS layer 3 VPN

  • MPLS Layer3 VPN
  • Steps to Configure MPLS Layer3 VPN
  • VRF- Route Distinguisher-Route Target
  • VRF Configuration
  • MPLS L3 VPN Support for Static-Default Routing
  • VPNV4 Peering between PE to PE routers
  • VPNv4 Redistribution under VRF

Section 4: MPLS L3 VPN support for RIP-EIGRP-OSPF

  • MPLS L3 VPN for RIPv2
  • MPLS L3 VPN for EIGRP
  • MPLS L3 VPN for OSPF
  • MPLS L3 VPN for OSPF-Continued

Section 5: MPLS L3 VPN Advance Routing

  • MPLS OSPF Superbackbone
  • Understanding OSPF Domain-ID
  • Verify OSPF Domain-ID
  • Purpose of OSPF Sham-Link
  • LAB- Verify OSPF sham-link
  • MPLS L3 VPN - EBGP
  • MPLS L3 VPN - EBGP-continued

Section 6: MPLS L3 VPN Advance Options

  • Overlapping VPNs
  • Overlapping VPNs- Continued
  • Overlapping VPN- Advance
  • Layer 2 MPLS VPN- Overview
  • IPV6 support - MPLS
  • MPLS Traffic Engineering- overview
  • Inter AS VPN overview

Section 7: MPLS L3 VPN Troubleshooting

  • MPLS L3 VPN- Troubleshooting
  • MPLS L3 VPN- Troubleshooting-Continued

Section 8: GRE -Generic Routing encapsulation

  • VPN over Internet
  • Generic Routing encapsulation
  • Default Lab setup
  • LAB- GRE point to point Configuration
  • LAB- GRE point to point Configuration Advance
  • Drawbacks of GRE

Section 9: DMVPN-Dynamic Multipoint VPN

  • Dynamic Multipoint VPN
  • DMVPN phases
  • DMVPN phase-1 Static NHRP
  • DMVPN Phase-1 Dynamic NHRP
  • DMVPN Phase-2 Static NHRP
  • DMVPN phase-2 Dynamic NHRP

Section 10: Routing protocols over DMVPN

  • DMVPN Phase-1 routing using RIPv2
  • DMVPN Phase-1 routing using EIGRP
  • DMVPN Phase-1 routing using OSPF
  • DMVPN phase-2 RIPv2 Routing
  • DMVPN phase-2 OSPF Routing

Section 11: IPsec VPN

  • IPsec VPN Introduction
  • IPsec Mode-Protocols
  • IPsec process-Overview
  • IPsec- IKE phase 1
  • IPsec- IKE phase 2

Over 37 Lectures and 7.5 hours of content

Section 1: Access-Control-List

  • ACL Introduction
  • Standard ACL1
  • Standard ACL-Continued
  • ACL Rules
  • Extended ACL –Configuration
  • Extended ACL –Verification

Section 2: Access-Control-List- Advance

  • Named ACL
  • Routing Protocols and ACL
  • Time based ACL
  • IPv6 ACL

Section 3: 003 Device Access security

  • Login authentication
  • Login Password enhancements
  • IOS reselient Configuration
  • External Authentication using AAA
  • External sever based Authentication –LAB
  • privilege levels
  • Privilege levels- Advance
  • Role based Access Control

Section 4: 004 layer 2 Security

  • layer 2 security-Introduction
  • Mac flooding attack-Port security
  • MAC spoofing- Port security
  • LAB-port-security
  • DHCP spoofing attack- DHCP snooping
  • LAB-DHCP snooping
  • IP spoofing attack - IP source Guard
  • LAB- IP source Guard
  • Arp spoofing- DAI
  • LAB Dynamic ARP inspection
  • Storm control
  • Private VLAN
  • private vlan-Configuration
  • Vlan ACL
  • Vlan ACL Configuration

Section 5: 005 IPV6 First Hop Security

  • IPV6 Layer 2 Options
  • IPv6 First hop security-Introduction
  • IPv6 RA GuardLAB: Verify BPDU Guard

Over 25 Lectures and 4.5 hours of content.

Section 1: IP multicasting- Introduction

  • Multicasting-Introduction
  • Multicast-Benefits
  • How Multicast works
  • Multicast IP Range

Section 2: IGMP - PIM protocols

  • IGMP Protocol and Versions
  • Protocol independent Multicast
  • PIM Modes -Trees
  • Dense mode - Configuration
  • RPF check _ loop prevention

Section 3: PIM Sparse Mode- RP

  • PIM sparse-mode Operation
  • Sparse-Mode Configuration
  • Static RP
  • Auto-RP
  • Auto-RP Configuration
  • Auto-RP Redundancy
  • Auto-RP Load Sharing
  • PIM-Bootstrap Router

Section 4: Advance PIM

  • Bi-Directional PIM
  • Bi-Directional PIM Configuration
  • Source Specific Multicast
  • SSM Configuration
  • Anycast RP and MSDP
  • Anycast-MSDP Configuration

Section 5: Layer 2 Multicast

  • Layer 2 Multicast
  • 25 IGMP Snooping

Over 35 Lectures and 6 hours of content   
           

Section 1: DHCPv4-DHCPv6

  • DHCP-Overview
  • Router as DHCP server
  • DHCP Relay Agent
  • DHCPv6 Configuration
  • DHCPv6 Relay Agent

Section 2: First Hop Redundancy protocols

  • First Hop Redundancy _ introduction
  • FHRP protocols differences
  • HSRP lab – Basic
  • HSRP lab - Advance Options
  • HSRP  load sharing using Multiple groups
  • VRRP- Lab
  • GLBP – lab
  • GLBP - Track and load balancing

Section 3: More IP services

  • Logging on Cisco Routers
  • Network Time Protocol
  • IP Service Level Agreement
  • IP SLA Configuration example

Section 4: Qos - Introduction

  • Qos- Introduction
  • Qos Mechanisms
  • Qos Models
  • Qos - MQC configuration

Section 5:Qos-Classification & Marking

  • classification and marking
  • layer 2 - 3 marking
  • Classification and marking configuration

Section 6: Qos-Congestion Management- Queueing

  • Queing basics
  • Legacy QueueingMeachanisms
  • Weighted fair Queueing
  • CBWFQ
  • LLQ

Section 7: Qos-Congestion Avoidance

  • Congestion Avoidance- Introduction
  • WRED-CBWRED
  • CBWRED-configuration

Section 8: Qos-Congestion Avoidance

  • Traffic Policing and Shaping