CCIE SERVICE PROVIDER

CCIE SERVICE PROVIDER

Description

The Cisco CCIE Service Provider is used by service providers which deliver high-speed, reliable, and se-cure internet access to their customers. It includes a range of products and services like routers, switches, and other networking equipment. It also includes software and services like security, analytics, and automa-tion. The course provides the knowledge and skills needed to design, deploy, and manage Cisco Service provider solutions. 

CCIE Service Provider certification which proves the skills with complex service provider solutions. To earn the Cisco CCIE Service Provider certification, where you need to pass two exams: a qualifying exam that covers core service provider technologies, and a hands-on lab exam that covers service provider tech-nologies through the entire network lifecycle, from designing and deploying to operating and optimising. The exam is for eight hours which has the best hands-on exam and requires a candidate to plan, design, implement, operate and optimise dual stack solutions. Where candidates are expected to program and au-tomate the network with their exam and know about the exam topics. 

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included in the exam. Your knowledge, skills and abilities on the topics will be tested throughout the entire network lifecycle, which is explicitly specified otherwise in this document. These courses cover topics like routing, switching, network security, and service provider architectures. 

1: Core Routing
A core router is a computer communication system device and network backbone which device linking all network devices. It provides multiple fast data communication interfaces. The working core refers to the network. A router must be able to support multiple telecommunication interfaces with high speed in the use of core Internet and must be able to forward the IP packets at full speed on them. A core router is used by large corporations and businesses to transmit a high volume of data packets within their network. 

1.1: Interior Gateway Protocol: It is a dynamic update protocol which is used between routers that run TCP/IP hosts with a single autonomous system. It is a type of routing protocol used for distributing routing information with an autonomous system. 

1.1.a IS-IS
1.1.b OSPFv2 and OSPFv3
1.1.c Optimize IGP scale and performance
1.1.d IS-IS segment routing control plane for IPv4 and IPv6 1.1.e OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 segment rout-ing control plane


1.2 Border Gateway Protocol: It is a gateway protocol which enables the internet to exchange routing in-formation between the autonomous system. The network interacts with each other and they need to com-municate. It allows you to define and enforce granular rules for traffic engineering, load balancing, security, and quality of service. 

1.2.a IBGP, EBGP, and MP-BGP
1.2.b BGP route policy enforcement
1.2.c BGP path attribute
1.2.d BGP scale and performance
1.2.e BGP segments, BGP Labeled Unicast and Linked State


1.3 Multicast: It is a method of group communication where sender send data to multiple receivers or nodes which present the network simultaneously. Multicasting is a type of one and many communication which allow the sender to send data packets to multiple receivers at LAN or WAN.

1.3.a Design PIM (PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, and PIM-BIDIR)
1.3.b Design RP (Auto-RP, BSR, Static, Anycast RP, and MSDP) 1.3.c Design IGMP and MLD
1.3.d MLDP
1.3.e P2MP RSVP-TE


1.4 Multiprotocol Label Switching: It is a network technology which routes traffic using the shortest path based on labels and network addresses, to handle forwarding over private wide area network. It ensures the packets which is reliably delivered to their destination. 

1.4.a MPLS forwarding and control plane mechanisms
1.4.b LDP
1.4.c LDP scale and performance
1.4.d SR (SRGB and Max Labels Depth)
1.4.e LDP and SR Interworking - Segment routing mapping server


1.5 MPLS Traffic Engineering: It is a technology which helps network engineer soptimize the perfor-mance of their network. It allows them to control the path of traffic through network setting which tunnels between nodes and create the virtual topology. 

1.5.a ISIS and OSPF extensions
1.5.b RSVP-TE
1.5.c MPLS TE policy enforcement
1.5.d MPLS LSP attributes
1.5.e SR-TE
1.5.f PCE and PCEP technology
1.5.g Flexible Algorithm
1.5.h Optimize MPLS TE scale and performance

 

What is the target audience?

The main target audience for this course consists of network engineers who require the ability to utilize an advanced problem-solving methodology that involves analyzing various options. This skill set is crucial for effectively supporting intricate network technologies and configurations within Service Provider Networks.

 

 

Curriculum

  • 2 Chapters

 It is a dynamic update protocol which is used between routers that run TCP/IP hosts with a single autonomous system. It is a type of routing protocol used for distributing routing information with an autonomous system. 

1.1.a IS-IS
1.1.b OSPFv2 and OSPFv3
1.1.c Optimize IGP scale and performance
1.1.d IS-IS segment routing control plane for IPv4 and IPv6 1.1.e OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 segment rout-ing control plane

It is a gateway protocol which enables the internet to exchange routing in-formation between the autonomous system. The network interacts with each other and they need to com-municate. It allows you to define and enforce granular rules for traffic engineering, load balancing, security, and quality of service. 

1.2.a IBGP, EBGP, and MP-BGP
1.2.b BGP route policy enforcement
1.2.c BGP path attribute
1.2.d BGP scale and performance
1.2.e BGP segments, BGP Labeled Unicast and Linked State

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  • Level
    Expert
  • Lectures
    85
  • Duration
    200 hours
  • Certificate
    CISCO
  • Recourse
    PDF, video

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