Course Duration:

5 Days

Who Should Attend

Candidates preparing for the CCIE Routing and Switching Lab exam who already possess most of the theoretical knowledge required for the exam.
Candidates who have been preparing for the CCIE Routing and Switching Lab exam who wish to assess their level of preparedness and who require additional practice.

Cisco Career Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

  • Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE Routing & Switching)

Prerequisites

Candidates should be prepared to at least CCNP level education in order to satisfy the expected knowledge required for this course and must have passed the CCIE written Exam. Additionally hands-on experience in L2 and L3 Switching/ IGP Routing Protocols/ BGP and QoS are required. This course is designed for candidates who had their individual preparation and are close to take their Lab Exam.

Course Objectives

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 CClearning CCIE Boot Camp consists of a set of practice exercises covering all protocols tested in the CCIE lab exam. They are aimed at engineers preparing for the CCIE lab exam who already understand the theory of the protocols being tested and wish to practice implementing them in CCIE Lab style scenarios.

A first class Cisco instructor will conduct the lab, which is equipped with Cisco routers, switches and miscellaneous networking equipment.
The CCIE lab is not a training session, but is designed for the purpose of practicing for the lab portion of the CCIE exam. Delegates should be prepared to work beyond the usual classroom hours.

Candidates will be expected to work at their own pace on the topics they feel they need the most practice on. It is not anticipated that all labs can be completed in the time provided; however complete solutions and associated comments will be provided for all exercises!

Course Content

  • Introductory Practice Lab (Gentle Introduction)
  • Full Practice Lab
  • OSPF Specific Labs
  • EIGRP Specific Labs
  • RIPv2 Specific Labs
  • Redistribution Labs
  • Policy Based Routing Labs
  • BGP Specific Labs
  • IRB and Spanning Tree
  • Catalyst 3550 Features
  • Frame Relay advanced features
  • NAT
  • HSRP, VRRP and GLBP including enhanced tracking capabilities
  • DHCP
  • Local Area Mobility
  • NTP
  • SNMP features
  • RMON
  • System Logging
  • Custom Queuing
  • Priority Queuing
  • Class Based Weighted Fair Queuing
  • Class Based Shaping
  • Class Based Policing
  • Committed Access Rate
  • Weighted Random Early Detection
  • Generic Traffic Shaping
  • RSVP
  • PIM Dense-Mode
  • PIM Sparse-Mode
  • PIM-SM with Auto-RP
  • PIM v2
  • bidir-PIM
  • PIM-SSM
  • MSDP
  • AAA/TACACS+
  • Terminal settings
  • User Menus
  • Command and user levels
  • Access-Lists
  • Time Based Access Lists
  • Lock and Key
  • Reflexive Access Lists
  • CBAC
  • GRE Tunnelling