The CCIE Routing & Switching Written Exam Bundle is an excellent tool to prepare you for the CCIE R&S written exam. The bundle includes 9 Video courses and 100 Rack Rental tokens.
CCIE Routing and Switching Written Exam Bundle Includes:
This class is an update for our previous How to pass the CCIE R&S with INE’s 4.0 Training Program write-up. This session covers in detail the recommended process of preparing for, and ultimately passing, the CCIE R&Sv5 Lab Exam. Class topics include how to develop a study plan, recommended readings and resources, how to get the most out of INE’s CCIE RSv5 Workbook & Advanced Technologies Class (ATC), an overview of our new upcoming CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Cram Session, and final strategy for the actual day of the Lab Exam.
This video course contains over 50 hours of routing and switching protocols at the professional level including EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, IPv6, 802.1s MST, Private VLANs, and many other Routing and Switching features. Includes new topics for the most current v2.0 Blueprint!
This CCIE Routing & Switching Written v5.1 course is specifically designed for students who want to focus on the topics and technologies covered in the CCIE Routing & Switching Written Exam version 5.1 blueprint. Students looking for a thorough and well-structured learning tool will benefit from these videos, which will help create a solid foundation of the concepts covered in the CCIE Routing & Switching Written Exam. Students will gain the knowledge they need to not only pass the written exam, but also continue straight into their CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam preparation.
This course is designed for those who have no previous experience with GNS3 and wish to learn how to utilize GNS3 to create Cisco networking topologies for Cisco Certification preparation, or just for fun. In this course you will learn how to download the GNS3 application (version 1.4.4) and view a demonstration of the installation process. After installing the product on a Windows-based laptop, you will learn about the various toolbars and screen layout of GNS3. GNS3 nodes will be discussed (such as routers, Ethernet Switches, Etherswitch Routers, Frame-Relay Switches, and more) and you’ll see several live examples of how to build network topologies with these devices. The course will culminate with one or more CCNA Example Labs (time permitting) that describe a lab objective and topology, which will subsequently be built from the ground-up so you can view a real, working example of using GNS3 for Cisco Certification preparation, and even replicate this same lab within your own GNS3 environment for practice.
This course is intended for learners with no existing knowledge of MPLS. It is intended to give you an overview of basic MPLS usage, configuration, and verification. We start with a quick synopsis of the differences between routing packets based on Layer-3 header information as compared to switching PDUs via a Label (sometimes called a “Tag”). Then we dive into the structure of the MPLS Label and how each field is derived. You are introduced to the four protocols capable of generating, and distributing, MPLS Labels between routers, and then we go into a deep-dive of LDP (the Label Distribution Protocol) complete with lab examples and detailed sniffer traces. Other facets of MPLS are also discussed such as Penultimate-Hop Popping, MPLS TTL usage, and Conditional Label Advertisement. This course should serve as a great foundational MPLS course so that you’re ready to dive into more advanced MPLS courses such as MPLS VPNs and MPLS Traffic Engineering.
In this course you will learn about IPv6 from the perspective of your existing knowledge of IPv4 Technologies. It will cover the new addressing schemes including Link Local addressing, Stateless Auto Configuration, Stateless DHCP, and DHCPv6. It will also cover the major changes to ICMP and the underlying technologies to support the lack of broadcasting in IPv6. We will be covering the changes to the routing protocols RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP in relation to IPv6 and the basics of how to implement these on Cisco IOS. IPv6 Transition mechanisms including GRE, 6to4, ISATAP, DMVPN, and MPLS 6PE/6VPE.
This course covers all of the details surrounding Spanning-Tree, concentrating on the original 802.1d implementation and contrasting that with Cisco’s PVST+ variant. In this course you’ll learn about such things as; What problem does Spanning-Tree solve? What are Root Bridges, Root Ports, Designated Ports and Blocking ports? How does Spanning-Tree create a loop-free topology? How does PVST allow a network designer to accomplish VLAN Load-Balancing, and much, much more. During the course you’ll also have multiple opportunities to take live “quizzes”, and then the answers to those quizzes will be revealed and explained by the instructor.
The course will provide all the details you’ve ever needed to know about RSTP and MST. It starts with an in-depth discussion of 802.1w, the mechanisms that make it more “rapid” than 802.1d, BPDU format, the RSTP Synchronization process, 802.1t cost values, and concludes with a discussion about the RSTP Topology Change process. Building on that foundation, it then adds the element of 802.1s MST. You will learn about how MST accomplishes traffic load-balancing in a different way than PVST, how to configure MST, predict STP port-states on the MST Virtual-Bridge, and even how to diagnose and troubleshoot PVST-Simulation Failures.
This course covers the details of the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) as well as PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE). It starts with a brief history of the original, intended usage of PPP in dialup links as well as providing details of the PPP frame format. Then we go into in-depth discussion and debugs of the PPP LCP, Authentication, and NCP stages. PPPoE is then introduced by giving use-case examples. The PPPoE control frames of PADI, PADO, PADR and PADS are each explained in detail including Sniffer traces. PPPoE (both Client and Server-side) configuration is explained and demonstrated, as well as MTU issues that might be encountered with PPPoE and ways to circumvent those issues.
INE’s CCIE Security rack rentals use the hardware specification publicly stated to be used in the actual CCIE Security Lab Exam. The physical topology of the racks are cabled to meet the specification of all of our instructor-led and self-paced product lines, including, but not limited to, INE’s CCIE Security Technology Labs and CCIE Security Full-Scale Practice Labs.