CCIE-Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (R&S )

Course Duration: 3 Months

Course Fee: Contact Us For fee Detail.


CCIE® Routing and Switching certification is designed for network managers, professionals, senior network engineers, and architects who are responsible for implementing and troubleshooting today’s complex converged networks in enterprise networking environments.

This expert-level certification recognizes knowledge and experience in network infrastructure technologies. CCIE Routing and Switching validates the technical expertise required for implementing and troubleshooting complex networks and helps improve network uptime, increases user productivity and provides business agility.

Course Outline

  • Commands (show, debug)
  • Infrastructure (NVRAM, Flash, Memory & CPU, File system, config reg)
  • Operations (file transfers, Password recovery, SNMP, Accessing the device, Security, Security [password])
  • OSI Models
  • General Routing Concepts (Split horizon, Link state, difference between switching and routing, Summarization, Link state vs. Distance vector, loops, Tunneling)
  • Standards (802.x, cable specs, protocol limitations)
  • Protocol Mechanics (Windowing/ACK, fragmentation, MTU, handshaking, termination)
  • Transparent (IEEE/DEC Spanning tree, Translational, IRB, ACLs, MISTP)
  • LAN Switching (Trunking, VTP, DISL, VLANS, Fast Ether Channel (FEC), CDP, CGMP)
  • Security (VACL, RACL, Private VLANS)
  • MLS
  • Addressing (CIDR, subnetting, ARP, NAT, HSRP)
  • Services (DNS, BOOTP, DHCP, ICMP)
  • Applications (telnet, FTP, TFTP)
  • Transport (IP fragmentation, sockets, ports)
  • ACLs
  • IPv6 (Basic)
  • OSPF (I -Design: areas, Virtual links, stub, NSSA, ABR/ASBR redistributions, media dependencies, external vs. internal, Summarization. II – Operation: DR, BDR, adjacencies, LSA types, link state database, SPF algorithm, authentication)
  • BGP( I -Design: Peer Groups, Route Reflectors, Confederations, Clusters, Attributes, AS. II – Operation: Route Maps, Filters, Neighbors, decision algorithm, IBGP, EBGP)
  • EIGRP (Metrics, mechanics, & design)
  • IS-IS (Metrics, mechanics, & design)
  • ACLs (distribute lists, route maps, policy routing, redistribution, route tagging)
  • DDR (dial backup)
  • IGRP
  • RIP
  • RIPv2
  • Fancy Queuing
  • PoS and IP precedence
  • CoS
  • Weighted RED
  • WRR/queu scheduling
  • Shaping vs. Policing (rate limiting)/CAR
  • NBAR
  • 1X
  • DSCP
  • ISDN (LAPD, BRI/PRI framing, signaling, mapping, NI1s, dialer map, interface types, B/D channel, channel bonding)
  • Frame Relay (LMIs, DLCI, PVC, framing, traffic shaping, FECN, BECN, CIR, DE, Mapping, compression)
  • ATM (PVC/SVC, AAL, SSCOP, UNI/NNI, ILMI, Cell format, QoS, RFC 1483, PNNI, mapping)
  • Physical Layer (Synchronization, SONET, T1, E1, encoding)
  • Leased Line Protocols (HDLC, PPP, Async & modems, compression)
  • PoS
  • Data Link Layer (addressing, 802.2)
  • Ethernet/FE/GE (encapsulation, CSMA/CD, topology, speed, controller errors, limitations)
  • Wireless/802.11b
  • Voice/Video (H323)
  • codecs
  • SS7
  • RTP
  • RTCP
  • SIP
  • MPLS
  • IGMP/CGMP (IGMPv1, IGMPv2, Designated Querier)
  • Addressing (Group addresses, Admin Group, Link-local L3-to-L2 Mapping)
  • Distribution Trees (Shared Trees, Source Trees)
  • PIM-SM Mechanics (Joining, Pruning PIM State, Mroute table)
  • Rendezvous Points (Auto-RP, BSR)