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CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab Exam v1.0

  • 1.0 Network Infrastructure
    • 1.1 Switched campus
      • 1.1.a Switch administration
        • 1.1.a i Managing MAC address table
        • 1.1.a ii Errdisable recovery
        • 1.1.a iii L2 MTU
      • 1.1.b Layer 2 protocols
        • 1.1.b i CDP, LLDP
        • 1.1.b ii UDLD
      • 1.1.c VLAN technologies
        • 1.1.c i Access ports
        • 1.1.c ii Trunk ports (802.1Q)
        • 1.1.c iii Native VLAN
        • 1.1.c iv Manual VLAN pruning
        • 1.1.c v VLAN database
        • 1.1.c vi Normal range and extended range VLANs
        • 1.1.c vii Voice VLAN
        • 1.1.c viii VTP
      • 1.1.d EtherChannel
        • 1.1.d i LACP, static
        • 1.1.d ii Layer 2, Layer 3
        • 1.1.d iii Load balancing
        • 1.1.d iv EtherChannel Misconfiguration Guard
      • 1.1.e Spanning- Tree Protocol
        • 1.1.e i PVST+, Rapid PVST+, MST
        • 1.1.e ii Switch priority, port priority, path cost, STP timers
        • 1.1.e iii PortFast, BPDU Guard, BPDU Filter
        • 1.1.e iv Loop Guard, Root Guard
      • 1.2.a Administrative distance
      • 1.2.b VRF-lite
      • 1.2.c Static routing
      • 1.2.d Policy Based Routing
      • 1.2.e VRF aware routing with any routing protocol
      • 1.2.f Route filtering with any routing protocol
      • 1.2.g Manual summarization with any routing protocol
      • 1.2.h Redistribution between any pair of routing protocols
      • 1.2.i Routing protocol authentication
      • 1.2.j Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
    • 1.3 EIGRP
      • 1.3.a Adjacencies
      • 1.3.b Best path selection
        • 1.3.b i RD, FD, FC, successor, feasible successor
        • 1.3.b ii Classic Metrics and Wide Metrics
      • 1.3.c Operations
        • 1.3.c i General operations
        • 1.3.c ii Topology table
        • 1.3.c iii Packet types
        • 1.3.c iv Stuck In Active
        • 1.3.c v Graceful shutdown
      • 1.3.d EIGRP load-balancing
        • 1.3.d i Equal-cost
        • 1.3.d ii Unequal-cost
        • 1.3.d iii Add-path
      • 1.3.e EIGRP Named Mode
      • 1.3.f Optimization, convergence and scalability
        • 1.3.f i Fast convergence requirements
        • 1.3.f ii Query propagation boundaries
        • 1.3.f iii IP FRR (single hop)
        • 1.3.f iv Leak-map with summary routes
        • 1.3.f v EIGRP stub with leak map
    • 1.4 OSPF (v2 and v3)
      • 1.4.a Adjacencies
      • 1.4.b Network types, area types
      • 1.4.c Path preference
      • 1.4.d Operations
        • 1.4.d i General operations
        • 1.4.d ii Graceful shutdown
        • 1.4.d iii GTSM (Generic TTL Security Mechanism)
      • 1.4.e Optimization, convergence and scalability
        • 1.4.e i Metrics
        • 1.4.e ii LSA throttling, SPF tuning, fast hello
        • 1.4.e iii LSA propagation control (area types)
        • 1.4.e iv Stub router
        • 1.4.e v Loop-free alternate
        • 1.4.e vi Prefix suppression
    • 1.5 BGP
      • 1.5.a IBGP and EBGP peer relationships
        • 1.5.a i Peer-group/update-group, template
        • 1.5.a ii Active, passive
        • 1.5.a iii Timers
        • 1.5.a iv Dynamic neighbors
        • 1.5.a v 4-bytes AS numbers
        • 1.5.a vi Private AS
      • 1.5.b Path selection
        • 1.5.b i Attributes
        • 1.5.b ii Best path selection algorithm
        • 1.5.b iii Load-balancing
      • 1.5.c Routing policies
        • 1.5.c i Attribute manipulation
        • 1.5.c ii Conditional advertisement
        • 1.5.c iii Outbound Route Filtering
        • 1.5.c iv Standard and extended communities
        • 1.5.c v Multi-homing
      • 1.5.d AS path manipulations
        • 1.5.d i local-AS, allowas-in, remove-private-as
        • 1.5.d ii Prepend
        • 1.5.d iii Regexp
      • 1.5.e Convergence and scalability
        • 1.5.e i Route reflector
        • 1.5.e ii Aggregation, as-set
      • 1.5.f Other BGP features
        • 1.5.f i Multipath, add-path
        • 1.5.f ii Soft reconfiguration, Route Refresh
    • 1.6 Multicast
      • 1.6.a Layer 2 multicast
        • 1.6.a i IGMPv2, IGMPv3
        • 1.6.a ii IGMP Snooping, PIM Snooping
        • 1.6.a iii IGMP Querier
        • 1.6.a iv IGMP Filter
        • 1.6.a v MLD
      • 1.6.b Reverse path forwarding check
      • 1.6.c PIM
        • 1.6.c i Sparse Mode
        • 1.6.c ii Static RP, BSR, AutoRP
        • 1.6.c iii Group to RP Mapping
        • 1.6.c iv Bidirectional PIM
        • 1.6.c v Source-Specific Multicast
        • 1.6.c vi Multicast boundary, RP announcement filter
        • 1.6.c vii PIMv6 Anycast RP
        • 1.6.c viii IPv4 Anycast RP using MSDP
        • 1.6.c ix Multicast multipath
  • 2.0 Software Defined Infrastructure
    • 2.1 Cisco SD Access
      • 2.1.a Design a Cisco SD Access solution
        • 2.1.a i Underlay network (IS-IS, manual/PnP)
        • 2.1.a ii Overlay fabric design (LISP, VXLAN, Cisco TrustSec)
        • 2.1.a iii Fabric domains (single-site and multi-site using SD-WAN transit)
      • 2.1.b Cisco SD Access deployment
        • 2.1.b i Cisco DNA Center device discovery and device management
        • 2.1.b ii Add fabric node devices to an existing fabric
        • 2.1.b iii Host onboarding (wired endpoints only)
        • 2.1.b iv Fabric border handoff
      • 2.1.c Segmentation
        • 2.1.c i Macro-level segmentation using VNs
        • 2.1.c ii Micro-level segmentation using SGTs (using Cisco ISE)
      • 2.1.d Assurance
        • 2.1.d i Network and client health (360)
        • 2.1.d ii Monitoring and troubleshooting
    • 2.2 Cisco SD-WAN
      • 2.2.a Design a Cisco SD-WAN solution
        • 2.2.a i Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
        • 2.2.a ii Management plane (vManage)
        • 2.2.a iii Control plane (vSmart, OMP)
        • 2.2.a iv Data plane (vEdge/cEdge)
      • 2.2.b WAN edge deployment
        • 2.2.b i Onboarding new edge routers
        • 2.2.b ii Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/Plug-And-Play
        • 2.2.b iii OMP
        • 2.2.b iv TLOC
      • 2.2.c Configuration templates
      • 2.2.d Localized policies (only QoS)
      • 2.2.e Centralized policies
        • 2.2.e i Application Aware Routing
        • 2.2.e ii Topologies
  • 3.0 Transport Technologies and Solutions
    • 3.1 MPLS
      • 3.1.a Operations
        • 3.1.a i Label stack, LSR, LSP
        • 3.1.a ii LDP
        • 3.1.a iii MPLS ping, MPLS traceroute
      • 3.1.b L3VPN
        • 3.1.b i PE-CE routing
        • 3.1.b ii MP-BGP VPNv4/VPNv6
        • 3.1.b iii Extranet (route leaking)
    • 3.2 DMVPN
      • 3.2.a Troubleshoot DMVPN Phase 3 with dual-hub
        • 3.2.a i NHRP
        • 3.2.a ii IPsec/IKEv2 using pre-shared key
        • 3.2.a iii Per-Tunnel QoS
      • 3.2.b Identify use-cases for FlexVPN
        • 3.2.b i Site-to-site, Server, Client, Spoke-to-Spoke
        • 3.2.b ii IPsec/IKEv2 using pre-shared key
        • 3.2.b iii MPLS over FlexVPN
  • 4.0 Infrastructure Security and Services
    • 4.1 Device Security on Cisco IOS XE
      • 4.1.a Control plane policing and p rotection
      • 4.1.b AAA
    • 4.2 Network Security
      • 4.2.a Switch security features
        • 4.2.a i VACL, PACL
        • 4.2.a ii Storm control
        • 4.2.a iii DHCP Snooping, DHCP option 82
        • 4.2.a iv IP Source Guard
        • 4.2.a v Dynamic ARP Inspection
        • 4.2.a vi Port Security
        • 4.2.a vii Private VLAN
      • 4.2.b Router security features
        • 4.2.b i IPv6 Traffic Filters
        • 4.2.b ii IPv4 Access Control Lists
        • 4.2.b iii Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding
      • 4.2.c IPv6 infrastructure security features
        • 4.2.c i RA Guard
        • 4.2.c ii DHCP Guard
        • 4.2.c iii Binding table
        • 4.2.c iv Device tracking
        • 4.2.c v ND Inspection/Snooping
        • 4.2.c vi Source Guard
      • 4.2.d IEEE 802.1X Port-Based Authentication
        • 4.2.d i Device roles, port states
        • 4.2.d ii Authentication process
        • 4.2.d iii Host modes
    • 4.3 System Management
      • 4.3.a Device management
        • 4.3.a i Console and VTY
        • 4.3.a ii SSH, SCP
        • 4.3.a iii RESTCONF, NETCONF
      • 4.3.b SNMP
        • 4.3.b i v2c
        • 4.3.b ii v3
      • 4.3.c Logging
        • 4.3.c i Local logging, syslog, debugs, conditional debugs
        • 4.3.c ii Timestamps
    • 4.4 Quality of Service
      • 4.4.a End to end L3 QoS using MQC
        • 4.4.a i DiffServ
        • 4.4.a ii CoS and DSCP Mapping
        • 4.4.a iii Classification
        • 4.4.a iv Network Based Application Recognition (NBAR)
        • 4.4.a v Marking using IP Precedence, DSCP, CoS
        • 4.4.a vi Policing, shaping
        • 4.4.a vii Congestion management and avoidance
        • 4.4.a viii HQoS, Sub-rate Ethernet Link
    • 4.5 Network Services
      • 4.5.a First-Hop Redundancy Protocols
        • 4.5.a i HSRP, GLBP, VRRP
        • 4.5.a ii Redundancy using IPv6 RS/RA
      • 4.5.b Network Time Protocol
        • 4.5.b i Master, client
        • 4.5.b ii Authentication
      • 4.5.c DHCP on Cisco IOS
        • 4.5.c i Client, server, relay
        • 4.5.c ii Options
        • 4.5.c iii SLAAC/DHCPv6 interaction
        • 4.5.c iv Stateful, stateless DHCPv6
        • 4.5.c v DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
      • 4.5.d IPv4 Network Address Translation
        • 4.5.d i Static NAT, PAT
        • 4.5.d ii Dynamic NAT, PAT
        • 4.5.d iii Policy-based NAT, PAT
        • 4.5.d iv VRF aware NAT, PAT
        • 4.5.d v IOS-XE VRF-Aware Software Infrastructure (VASI) NAT
    • 4.6 Network optimization
    • 4.7 Network operations
  • 5.0 Infrastructure Automation and Programmability
    • 5.1 Data encoding formats
      • 5.1.a JSON
      • 5.1.b XML
    • 5.2 Automation and scripting
      • 5.2.a EEM applets
      • 5.2.b Guest shell
        • 5.2.b i Linux environment
        • 5.2.b ii CLI Python module
        • 5.2.b iii EEM Python module
    • 5.3 Programmability
      • 5.3.a Interaction with vManage API
        • 5.3.a i Python requests library and Postman
        • 5.3.a ii Monitoring endpoints
        • 5.3.a iii Configuration endpoints
      • 5.3.b Interaction with Cisco DNA Center API
        • 5.3.b i HTTP request (GET, PUT, POST) via Python requests library and Postman
      • 5.3.c Interaction with Cisco IOS XE API
        • 5.3.c i Via NETCONF/YANG using Python ncclient library
        • 5.3.c ii Via RESTCONF/YANG using Python requests library and Postman
      • 5.3.d Deploy and verify model-driven telemetry
        • 5.3.d i Configure on-change subscription using gRPC
certification/tech/network/cisco/ccie/ccie-enterpise-infrastructure-v1.0/lab/lab.txt · Last modified: 2020/04/19 15:51 by wnoguchi