CCIE Routing & Switching 5.1 Layer 3 Technologies
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CCIE Routing & Switching 5.1 Layer 3 Technologies

Learn the entire Layer 3 Technologies section required for the CCIE RS Lab Exam
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Last updated 10/2018
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This course includes
  • 46 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn and understand every EIGRP requirement on the CCIE R&S Blueprint
  • Design, configure and troubleshoot complex Layer 3 environments for large scale enterprise networks
  • Quickly troubleshoot and identify complex Layer 3 issues
Requirements
  • Students should have at least CCNA level experience in Cisco's command line interface, or CLI.
  • Have a basic understanding of layer 3 and why dynamic routing protocols are utilized
Description

The Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert is known as one of the most grueling, and most respected, networking exams in the world.  Engineers are forced to first pass a 90 question written exam in under 2 hours.  Questions can range from the most detailed configuration feature to analyzing long in-depth debug outputs. If a candidate can successfully clear the written, they are awarded the right to attempt the 8 hour long lab examination.  

Focused on Cisco's current CCIE Route/Switch blueprint, This video-on-demand (VoD) series provides 150 videos (46+ hours) of lecture and configuration demonstrations, aimed at giving network engineers an expert-​level understanding in the routing protocols required to pass their CCIE in Route/Switch. 

Any individual who hopes to someday obtain their CCNP and/or CCIE cannot afford to miss this course!!

Who this course is for:
  • Engineers who are looking to learn CCNP/CCIE level features and configurations across all Layer 3 Technologies
Course content
Expand all 149 lectures 45:51:25
+ Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6)
7 lectures 02:08:37
IPv6 EUI-64
13:04
IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
33:12
IPv6 Stateless Autoconfig
19:39
IPv6 Stateful DHCPv6
14:27
IPv6 Default Route Preference
03:52
IPv6 Rate-Limiting
04:11
+ Multicast Routing
9 lectures 04:13:16
PIM Dense Mode
36:11
PIM Sparse Mode
40:08
RPF Failure
52:37
State Refresh
06:18
PIM AutoRP
41:29
PIM BSR
22:03
Bidirectional PIM (BIDIR)
33:18
Source-Specific Multicast (SSM)
07:41
PIMv6
13:31
+ ​Routing Concepts
2 lectures 01:00:31
VRF Lite
39:18
Policy Based Routing
21:13
+ Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
17 lectures 04:16:07
RIP Basic Configuration
36:23
RIPng Basic Configuration
14:00
RIPv2 Triggered Updates
11:01
RIPv2 Timers
14:52
RIPv2 Administrative Distance
14:20
RIPng Administrative Distance
02:59
RIPv2 Offset Lists
15:21
RIPv2 Distribute Lists
24:17
RIPng Distribute Lists
06:41
RIPv2 Default Route
09:19
RIPng Default Route
02:24
RIPv2 Summarization
14:28
RIPng Summarization
02:35
RIPv2 VRF Configuration
18:49
RIPng VRF Configuration
18:11
RIPv2 Authentication
14:33
RIPv2 Redistribution
35:54
+ Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
31 lectures 08:54:37
Packet Types
26:08
Route Types
22:46
Neighbor Relationships
22:11
Over The toP (OTP)
15:37
Path Selection
32:23
Classic Metrics
10:00
Wide Metrics
18:58
General Operations
39:47
Timers
05:52
Default Route
09:20
Stuck in Active
25:47
Graceful Shutdown
09:58
Stub Routing
20:05
Leak Maps
17:24
Load-Balancing
18:02
Add-Path
09:43
Address Families
21:13
Fast Reroute (FRR)
18:42
VRF Lite
23:07
Administrative Distance
23:15
Filtering with Maximum Hops
05:17
Filtering with Offset-Lists
09:59
Filtering with Distribute-Lists
27:38
Redistribution with RIPv2
05:33
Redistribution with BGP
22:11
Redistribution with OSPF
13:22
Summarization
07:30
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
16:17
Route Tagging
20:18
MD5 Authentication
08:51
HMAC Authentication
07:23
+ Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
33 lectures 10:17:59
OSPF LSA Type 1
21:00
OSPF LSA Type 2
18:06
OSPF LSA Type 3
21:57
OSPF LSA Types 4-5-7
26:27
OSPF Network Types
29:23
OSPF Area Types
37:36
OSPF Route Types
29:23
Understanding Neighbor Adjacencies
29:25
Troubleshooting Neighbor Adjacencies
35:41
OSPFv3 Address-Families
34:28
OSPF Virtual Links
19:38
OSPF Path Preference
22:30
OSPF Graceful Shutdown
05:41
OSPF TTL Security
08:08
OSPF LSA Throttling
10:59
OSPF SPF Throttling
07:37
OSPF Fast Hellos
09:41
OSPF Default Route
18:21
OSPF Administrative Distance
14:13
OSPF VRF-Lite
22:05
OSPF Distribute Lists
27:16
OSPF Filter Lists
13:42
OSPF BGP Redistribution
27:54
OSPF EIGRP Redistribution
13:26
OSPF RIPv2 Redistribution
12:04
OSPF Summarization
15:56
OSPF BFD
13:38
OSPF Route-tagging
20:23
OSPF Passive Interface
07:53
OSPF Clear Text Authentication
06:32
OSPF MD5 Authentication
17:55
OSPF HMAC SHA Authentication
08:22
OSPFv3 IPSec Authentication
10:39
+ Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
50 lectures 15:00:18
Introduction to BGP
24:03
Basic BGP Adjacencies
32:40
iBGP and eBGP
35:11
4-byte ASN
11:41
Neighbor States
30:19
Active-Passive Neighbors
07:55
Timers
12:34
Dynamic Neighbors
08:41
BGP Default Routes
10:44
BGP Administrative Distance
14:35
BGP VRF Lite
21:35
Filtering with Route-maps
23:07
Filtering with Filter-lists
21:16
Filtering with Prefix-lists
08:28
Filtering with Distribute-lists
23:11
Redistribution with OSPF
27:50
Redistribution with RIPv2
18:42
Redistribution with EIGRP
22:12
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
17:06
MD5 Authentication
03:48
Peer-groups
16:52
Templates
14:33
Path Attributes
13:02
Best-path selection
17:45
Best-path selection with WEIGHT
19:20
Best-path selection with LOCAL_PREFERENCE
15:47
Best-path selection with Locally Originated Routes
13:00
Best-path selection with AS_PATH Prepend
12:56
Best-path selection with ORIGIN
13:11
Best-path selection with MED
18:10
Conditional advertisements
19:57
Outbound route filtering (ORF)
11:53
Private Communities
29:30
Well-known Communities
28:25
Multi-homing
14:25
Route-Reflectors
26:23
Confederations
36:55
Aggregation
32:28
Multiprotocol BGP
34:33
Local-AS
10:25
Allowas-In
11:01
Remove Private AS
09:54
Regex
17:18
Multipath
16:57
Synchronization
14:37
Soft Reconfiguration
08:57
MIB Support
05:34
IPv6
22:42
Prefix Independent Convergence
07:55
Next-hop address tracking
10:15