CCIE ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE V1.0 (CCIEEI)  

Data Lokalizacja Informacje Cena Rejestracja
2020-09-14 ILT, Warszawa, 5 dni

Język: en   Zapytaj o cenę!

Rejestracja

Dedykowane dla:

  • Candidates that need to acquire their CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0.
  • Network engineers/designers that need to raise their knowledge to an expert-level

Certyfikacje:

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0

Wprowadzenie:

The new CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 certification program prepares you for today’s expert-level job roles in enterprise infrastructure technologies. CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure now includes automation and programmability to help you scale your enterprise infrastructure.

Opis:

This boot camp is approximately 60% lecture and 40% hands-on labs.

The instructor uses a combination of “Chalk talk” and “one on one mentoring”, the instructor will NOT use an overhead projector, Micronics believes in traditional method of teaching where the subjects were taught and NOT lectured.

The classroom material and hardware are based on current CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0.

Wymagania:

  •  There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0, but we recommend you have an understanding of designing, deploying, operating and optimizing enterprise networking technologies.

Tematyka:

Course Outline

VTP:

VTP and different versions

Pruning

EtherChannel:

LACP

Layer 2 and Layer 3

Spanning Protocol:

1d, 802.1w, and 802.1s

SPAN, RSPAN, and ERSPAN

DMVPN:

All Phases

Redundancy:

  • Two Clouds One Hub
  • Two Hubs one Cloud
  • Two hubs two Clouds

Running Routing Protocols

  • DMVPN over MPLS

EIGRP:

  • RD, CD, S, FC, FS, and FD
  • Configuration, and hidden debugging
  • Authentications:

MD5, and SHA

  • Summarization
  • Load Balancing:

Equal Cost

Unequal Cost

Add-Path

  • Filtering
  • Default Route Injection
  • Optimization:

Query Propagation Boundary
IP FRR
STUB routing (All Options)

  • Metric:

Classic,
Wide Metric

  • Route Tags:

Decimal and Dotted-Decimal Notations

  • OTP

OSPFv2:

  • Overview and special cases
  • GRE or Virtual-Links
  • LSAs, FA, and RFCs (1583, 1587, 2328, 3101, 5185 and many more)
  • Best Path Selection
  • Network Types
  • Area Types
  • Optimization:

GTSM
LFA

  • Default Route Injection
  • Authentication:

RFC 2328
RFC 5709

  • Summarization
  • Filtering

BGP:

  • States
  • Establishing a Peer Session:

Regular method
Peer-Groups
Templates

  • Best Path Selection
  • Attributes:

Weight, AS-Path, Origin, Next-Hop, Local-Preference, Atomic-Aggregate Communities, Aggregator, and MED

  • Load Balancing:

Equal Cost
Unequal Cost

  • Conditional Advertisement
  • Out/In Bound Route Filtering and the order
  • ORF
  • Multihoming Scenarios
  • AS-Path Manipulation:

Regexp
Local-as
Allow-as
Remove-Private-as

  • Convergence and Scalability:

Route Reflectors
Confederation
Aggregation (All Options)

  • Other BGP Features:

MultiPath
Add-Path
Route-Refresh
Soft Reconfiguration

IPv6:

Acquiring an IPv6 Address:
IPv6 General Prefix
SLAAC
DHCPv6
Rapid-Commit
Relay
Prefix Delegation
IPv6 and DMVPN
EIGRPv6
OSPFv3: Both flavors, LSAs, RFCs
BGP for IPv6: IPv6 transport, and IPv4 route exchange
Transitional Solutions:
NAT-PT
6VPE
Multicast
MLD
Static RP
BSR
Embedded RP
IPv6 Traffic Filters
RA Guard
ND Inspection

MPLS:

LDP, VRFs, RD, and RT
L3VPNs
Route Leaking
PE to CE Routing

Security:

Control Plane Policing
VACLs
Storm Control
DHCP Snooping
IP Source Guard
DAI
Private VLANs
Port Security
Access-lists
uRPF
Device Tracking
IPsec
Identity Use Case For FlexVPN
Site-to-Site
IKEv1, and IKEv2 Using Preshared Keys
1x Port Base Authentication
Device Roles
Port States
Authentication Process
Host Modes

Network Services:

FHRP
HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP
NAT
Static NAT, and PAT
Dynamic NAT
Policy-Base NAT
VRF-Aware NAT
VASI NAT

Software Defined Infrastructure:

Cisco SD Access
Design a Cisco SD Access solution
Underlay network (IS-IS, manual/PnP)
Overlay fabric design (LISP, VXLAN, Cisco TrustSec)
Fabric domains (single-site and multi-site using SD-WAN transit)
Cisco SD Access deployment
Cisco DNA Center device discovery and device management
Add fabric node devices to an existing fabric
Host onboarding (wired endpoints only)
Fabric border handoff
Segmentation
Macro-level segmentation using VNs
Micro-level segmentation using SGTs (using Cisco ISE)
Assurance
Network and client health (360)
Monitoring and troubleshooting

Cisco SD-WAN

Design a Cisco SD-WAN solution
Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
Management Plane (vManage)
Control Plane (vSmart, OMP)
Data Plane (vEdge/cEdge)
WAN edge deployment
Onboarding new edge routers
Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/PnP
OMP
TLOC
Configuration templates
Localized policies (only QoS)
Centralized policies
Application aware Routing
Topologies

Infrastructure Automation and Programmability:

Upon registration videos access will be provided for this section.

**Course outline is subject to change without notice.

Adnotacje:

Szkolenie prowadzone w języku angielskim

Dołącz do Nas...

i otrzymuj informacje o nowościach, gwarantowanych terminach szkoleń oraz promocjach!

Wyrażam zgodę na otrzymywanie newslettera i informacji handlowych od Centrum Szkoleniowe Hector. Zgoda jest dobrowolna. Mam prawo cofnąć zgodę w każdym czasie (dane przetwarzane są do czasu cofnięcia zgody). Mam prawo dostępu do danych, sprostowania, usunięcia lub ograniczenia przetwarzania, prawo sprzeciwu, prawo wniesienia skargi do organu nadzorczego lub przeniesienia danych. Administratorem jest Centrum Szkoleniowe Hector Sp. z o.o.z siedzibą w Warszawie, ul. Gwiaździsta 19. Administrator przetwarza dane zgodnie z Polityką Prywatności.