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CIERS2 - Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Advanced Workshop 2 - 5.0 (CIERS2)

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

Duration: 5 days

This Boot Camp-style class is the sequel to CIERS1 and is designed to provide practice in a timed setting for completing multiple issue spotting and analysis with assessed labs that are equivalent in difficulty to the actual CCIE R&S v5.0 practical lab exam. Each day, you will complete an assessed lab, and then the instructor will provide an in-depth review of the lab solution.

This intense class is approximately 80% hands-on and 20% lecture, and you should be prepared to work late into the night. You will have access to all labs including configurations, the answer key, the Master Answer Key configurations, and graded reports for each lab in your portal so you can review the material as often as you wish.

We strongly recommend that you take CIERS1 before attending CIERS2. We also recommend that you take this class three to six weeks prior to your CCIE lab exam.

  • This class is just one part the Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE, an immersive and comprehensive educational suite designed to build expert-level skills, not merely deliver a passing CCIE exam score.

  • The Cisco 360 program has exclusive rights to run all labs on top of IOS over Linux (IOL). These are the same servers, same look and feel as the actual lab.

Note: To participate in this course and access your Cisco 360 portal and remote labs, it is highly recommended that you bring the laptop associated with your Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE account.

 

Who Should Attend

  • The primary audience for this course follows:

    • Network engineers that need be able to use an expert-level, problem-solving process including the Options Analysis method to support complex network technologies and topologies when both configuring and troubleshooting an internetwork

    The secondary audience for this course follows:

    • Network designers that design and support complex network technologies and topologies

 

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

  • CCNP or equivalent job experience

  • Passing score on CCIE written exam 350-001 CCIE R&S

  • We recommend at least a month between the CIERS1 and CIERS2 courses

Course Objectives

Configuration and Troubleshooting of:

  • Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)

  • Ethernet Switching

  • IPv4 and IPv6 IGP Routing Protocol

  • Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) v2 and v3

  • Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and EIGRP6

  • Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v2

  • Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) Route Redistribution

  • Controlling IGP Updates with Route Maps and Distribute Lists

  • BGP-4 Neighbor Relationships (including Route Reflectors and Confederations) for IPv4 and IPv6

  • Multiprotocol Label Switching

  • Quality of Service

  • IP Multicasting

  • IPv6 Interior Routing Protocols

  • IPv6 Tunneling

  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

  • Advanced IP Access Lists

  • Network Time Protocol (NTP)

  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

  • Syslog and Other Network Management Features

  • Specialty Catalyst Configuration Commands

  • Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP), Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP), and Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP)

  • Network Address Translation

  • Securing Cisco Routers and Switches

 

Course Content

Module1: Formulating a Final-Phase CCIE Preparation Strategy

  • Differentiate an expert-level lab into well-defined subtopics

  • Perform mental simulations and the Options Analysis method

  • Test rigorously and verify Cisco IOS Software-based configurations

  • Formulate and apply applicable internetworking techniques

Module 2: Troubleshooting Cisco Networks

  • Describe an overview of the CCIE R&S troubleshooting section

  • Review the troubleshooting method that is outlined in the CCIE v5 blueprint

  • Describe an approach to forming a hands-on CCIE troubleshooting template for connectivity issues

360RSW-LAB-TA03 and 360RSW-LAB-CA03: Two Separate Sections for Troubleshooting and Configuration

 

Troubleshooting Section:

  • Incident 1: Layer 3—IP Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) SSM

  • Incident 2: Layer 3—OSPF

  • Incident 3: Layer 2—Ethernet Switching

  • Incident 4: Layer 3—MP-BGP VPNv4 Redistribution

  • Incident 5: Layer 3—Route Targets Export and Import

  • Incident 6: Layer 3—IPv6 Routing

  • Incident 7: Layer 3—BGP

  • Incident 8: Security—PPP CHAP Authentication

  • Incident 9: Services—HSRP

  • Incident 10: Security—Zone-Based Firewall

Configuration Section:

  • Task 1: DMVPN and Serial Communications

  • Task 2: Switch Configuration

  • Task 3: IPv4 OSPF

  • Task 4: IPv4 EIGRP

  • Task 5: IPv4 RIP

  • Task 6: Reliable Static Routing and NAT

  • Task 7: Border Gateway Protocol

  • Task 8: IPv6 Routing

  • Task 9: Security

  • Task 10: QoS

  • Task 11: Address Administration

  • Task 12: HSRP Gateway Redundancy

  • Task 13: NTP Configuration

  • Task 14: Multicast Configuration

  • Task 15: SNMP

360RSW-LAB-TA04 and 360RSW-LAB-CA04: Two Separate Sections for Troubleshooting and Configuration

 

Troubleshooting Section:

  • Incident 1: Layer 3—IPSEC VPN

  • Incident 2: Layer 2—PPP

  • Incident 3: Layer 3—OSPF

  • Incident 4: Layer 3—EIGRP

  • Incident 5: Layer 3—RIP

  • Incident 6: Layer 3—BGP

  • Incident 7: Layer 3—PBR

  • Incident 8: Application—QoS RSVP

  • Incident 9: Services—GLBP

  • Incident 10: Security—SSH

Configuration Section:

  • Task 1: DMVPN and Serial Communications

  • Task 2: Switch Configuration

  • Task 3: IPv4 OSPF

  • Task 4: IPv4 EIGRP

  • Task 5: IPv4 RIP

  • Task 6: Border Gateway Protocol

  • Task 7: IPv6 Routing

  • Task 8: Security

  • Task 9: QoS

  • Task 10: NTP

  • Task 11: Cisco IOS Software Services

  • Task 12: Multicast

  • Task 13: Address Administration

360RSW-LAB-TA05 and 360RSW-LAB-CA05: Two Separate Sections for Troubleshooting and Configuration

 

Troubleshooting Section:

  • Incident 1: Layer 3—BGP

  • Incident 2: Layer 3—RIP

  • Incident 3: Layer 3—BGP Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) Redistribution

  • Incident 4: Layer 3—OSPF

  • Incident 5: Layer 2 and Layer 3—EIGRP and Ethernet Switching

  • Incident 6: Layer 3—IPv6 Routing

  • Incident 7: Layer 3—Multicast

  • Incident 8: Services—Reliable Static Route

  • Incident 9: Services—TFTP

  • Incident 10: Management—EEM

Configuration Section

  • Task 1: DMVPN and Serial Communications

  • Task 2: Secure DMVPN

  • Task 3: Switch Configuration

  • Task 4: Cisco IOS Features

  • Task 5: IPv4 OSPF

  • Task 6: IPv4 EIGRP

  • Task 7: IPv4 RIP

  • Task 8: BGP

  • Task 9: MPLS/VPN Section

  • Task 10: IPv6 OSPFv3 Routing

  • Task 11: IPv6 EIGRP Routing

  • Task 12: IPv6 Connectivity

  • Task 13: QoS

  • Task 14: Gateway Redundancy

  • Task 15: Multicast

360RSW-LAB-TA06 and 360RSW-LAB-CA06: Two Separate Sections for Troubleshooting and Configuration

 

Troubleshooting Section:

  • Incident 1: Layer 2—PPP Multilink

  • Incident 2: Layer 3—OSPF

  • Incident 3: Layer 3—EIGRP

  • Incident 4: Layer 3—MPLS

  • Incident 5: Layer 3—BGP

  • Incident 6: Layer 3—IPv6

  • Incident 7: Layer 3—Multicast

  • Incident 8: Application—Accounting

  • Incident 9: Services—NTP

  • Incident 10: Security—BGP Security

Configuration Section:

  • Task 1: Serial and Static VTI Communications

  • Task 2: Switch Configuration

  • Task 3: VPN

  • Task 4: IPv4 OSPF

  • Task 5: IPv4 EIGRP

  • Task 6: IPv4 RIP

  • Task 7: IPv4 Redistribution

  • Task 8: Border Gateway Protocol

  • Task 9: Gateway Redundancy

  • Task 10: Multicast

  • Task 11: Traffic Administration

  • Task 12: Network Address Translation

360RSW-LAB-TA07 and 360RSW-LAB-CA07: Two Separate Sections for Troubleshooting and Configuration

 

Troubleshooting Section:

  • Incident 1: Layer 3—OSPF

  • Incident 2: Layer 3 – EIGRP

  • Incident 3: Layer 3— RIP

  • Incident 4: Layer 3—BGP

  • Incident 5: Layer 3—Universal IPv4 Connectivity

  • Incident 6: Layer 3—IPv6 Routing

  • Incident 7: Layer 3—Multicast

  • Incident 8: Services—IP SLA

  • Incident 9: Services—QoS and Embedded Packet Capture

  • Incident 10: Layer 2 and Layer 3—Backbone Connectivity

Configuration Section:

  • Task 1: IPsec VTI Communications

  • Task 2: Switch Configuration

  • Task 3: IPv4 OSPF

  • Task 4: IPv4 EIGRP

  • Task 5: IPv4 RIP

  • Task 6: IPv4 Redistribution

  • Task 7: Border Gateway Protocol

  • Task 8: IPv6

  • Task 9: Gateway Redundancy

  • Task 10: Multicast

 

Course ID: CIERS2

5 Days Course
SGD 5900.00
 
Singapore
5 Days Course
USD 2,000.00
or 20 CLC
India (USD)

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17 Apr 2017 - 21 Apr 2017 Singapore Singapore
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27 Nov 2017 - 01 Dec 2017 Singapore Singapore
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