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XIPV4R - Cisco IOS XR Software Advanced IPv4 Routing for Service Providers v4.0.1 (XIPV4R)

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  • Who Should Attend
  • Certifications
  • Prerequisites
  • Objectives
  • Content
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Course Overview

Duration: 4 days
XIPV4R - Cisco IOS XR Software Advanced IPv4 Routing for Service Providers v4.0.1 This intensive hands-on course provides Cisco service provider customers with an advanced look at popular IPv4 routing protocols supported in Cisco IOS® XR Software Release 4.0.1. The XIPV4R course investigates the intricacies of Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) operation with Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) and Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS) Protocol labs that engage the student in a detailed examination of the routing database and the effects of many protocol options. The complexities of large-scale routing using the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) are then explored, with an emphasis on scaling large networks using route reflection and confederations.

Who Should Attend

  • Network operations center (NOC) engineers
  • Network and senior engineers
  • Support engineers

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

  • Students should have knowledge of the Cisco IOS XR Software configuration syntax to the extent covered in the Cisco® CRS-1 Essentials or Cisco XR12000 Series Essentials course.
  • Students attending this class should be able to establish, without assistance, a basic configuration for OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP as accomplished in the Cisco CRS-1 Essentials or Cisco XR12000 Series Essentials course labs.

Course Objectives

  • Describe the basic unicast forwarding architecture and infrastructure
  • Describe and apply basic routing and forwarding security
  • Describe and examine bidirectional forwarding detection
  • Explain nonstop forwarding operation
  • Configure Routing Policy Language (RPL) sets and policies
  • Design hierarchical and parameterized RPL policies
  • Configure IS-IS Level 1 and Level 2 areas and verify operation
  • Implement route redistribrution and summarization in IS-IS
  • Configure a multiple area OSPF domain and verify operation
  • Implement route redistribution with a route policy
  • Configure autonomous systems with BGP route reflectors and as a confederation
  • Configure external BGP between adjacent autonomous systems
  • Implement BGP neighbor route policies
  • Examine internal and external BGP operation

Course Content

IPv4 Routing Architecture and Infrastructure
  • Data Packet Forwarding Infrastructure
  • Building the Forwarding Information
  • Routing Information Base Operation
  • Adjacency Information Base
  • Forwarding Information Base Operation
  • Bulk Content Downloader
  • Routing and Forwarding Protection Infrastructure
  • Keychain Management
  • Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
  • Nonstop Forwarding
  • Address Families
Routing Policy Language
  • RPL Overview and Description
  • Routing Policy Processing
  • RPL-Specific CLI Commands
IS-IS Routing in the Core
  • IS-IS Overview
  • Configuring IS-IS
  • IS-IS Route Policy
  • Verifying IS-IS Operation
  • IS-IS Route Redistribution
  • IS-IS Tuning
  • Managing IS-IS Implementation
OSPF Routing in the Core
  • OSPFv2 Overview
  • Configuring OSPFv2
  • Verifying OSPF Operation
  • Multiple Area OSPF Environment
  • Virtual Links
  • Multiarea Adjacencies
  • Route Redistribution into OSPF
  • OSPF Route Policy
  • Tuning OSPF
  • OSPF Processes
BGP Routing Through the Core
  • BGP Overview
  • Configuring BGP
  • Configuration Groups
  • Examining BGP Operation
  • Internal BGP Scaling
  • BGP Route Policy
  • Distributed BGP
  • Session Recovery and Tuning
Lab Outline:
  • The lab outline is as follows:
    • Examining Cisco IOS XR Software Routing Infrastructure
    • Boot a static routed configuration in both cores and examine the routing environment.
    • Routing Policy Language
    • Design and configure a route policy to filter routes.
    • Configuring IS-IS Routing
    • Configure core 2 routers as an IS-IS domain.
    • Configuring OSPF Routing
    • Configure core 1 routers as a multiple area OSPF domain.
    • Configuring BGP Routing
    • Configure each core as a separate autonomous system running iBGP and interconnected
    • with eBGP. Implement RPL route policies between autonomous systems.

Course ID: XIPV4R


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