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Our entirely hands-on Lab Exam Bootcamps are unmatched—offering seven full days of in-depth, comprehensive CCIE lab exam training, taught by industry-renowned expert instructors with extensive real-world experience. This Lab Exam Bootcamp is intended to serve as the final step in preparing to take your CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam.
Make your CCIE goal a reality. Join the thousands of students who passed their CCIE Lab Exam after participating in an INE Bootcamp!
What is a Lab Exam Bootcamp?
Our CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam Bootcamp is seven days of intensive, hands-on, instructor-led training. The instructor will alternate between presenting material and guiding attendees through hands-on, real-world exercises. Attendees will be provided access to a complete rack system encompassing the necessary topology.
Not only will you refine your skills and expand your knowledge of the blueprint technologies, you will also learn to change the way you think about problems and how to derive solutions. In addition to helping you pass your exam, our Bootcamps give you real-world practical knowledge to carry you past the CCIE lab and into everyday applications that you’ll use as a CCIE in the field.
Who should take it?
This Bootcamp is intended for those in the final stages of their CCIE studies who are preparing to take their CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam. There are no formal prerequisites, but instructors will expect students to have a foundational understanding of each of the blueprint technologies covered in this exam. For those preparing with INE’s other training material, you’ll want to have completed the INE’s CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies course. You will also need a working knowledge of Cisco’s IOS interface.
What can you expect?
This Bootcamp is structured to run 10-12 hours per day, typically starting at 8am, with a one-hour lunch break. Each day will be a combination of lectures, Q&A sessions, and hands-on exercises. Students will also have full access to their lab equipment throughout the evening to continue practicing on their own or as together with other students.
Our lectures are dynamic and engaging, with a digital whiteboard system, and a significant amount of class time spent live on Cisco's IOS command line interface working with a full network topology. Each student will be equipped with his or her own complete rack of equipment.
Contact a Training Advisor today to begin your journey to CCIE success!
|Upcoming Scheduled Dates||Location|
|February 5 – February 11, 2018||RTP, NC|
|February 19- February 25, 2018||Amsterdam, NL|
|February 19- February 25, 2018||Online Live|
|April 9 – April 15, 2018||RTP, NC|
|May 14 – May 20, 2018||Orlando, FL|
|June 25 – July 1 2018||San Jose, CA|
|July 16 - July 22, 2018||Amsterdam, NL|
|July 16 - July 22, 2018||Online Live|
|August 6 - August 12, 2018||RTP, NC|
|September 10 - September 16, 2018||Orlando, FL|
|October 1 - October 7, 2018||San Jose, CA|
|November 26 - December 2, 2018||RTP, NC|
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As of November 1st 2017 - INE offers Bootcamp course reseats at a fee of $1,000; provided that the original Bootcamp was purchased at list price. If the Bootcamp was purchased at a discounted price, you will have to first pay the difference of the bootcamp as well as the reseat fee. Any promotional items (i.e. travel vouchers,electronic devices, etc) received will require you pay the cost of that item, up to $500,in addition to the reseat fee. This $1,000 reseat fee applies to purchases made within two years from the date of the original Bootcamp attended. Reseats after this two-year timeframe are available for purchase at discounted rate from the list price. Students may schedule a reseat during any upcoming Bootcamp dates, excluding those marked “Sold Out.” Reseat terms apply.
- Lab Strategy
- Lab Exam Structure
- Troubleshooting Section Strategy
- Diagnostic Section Strategy
- Configuration Section Strategy
- Using the Cisco Documentation
- Time Management on the Exam
- Additional Topics
- Layer 2 Technologies
- VLANs & Trunking
- STP, RSTP, and MSTP
- QinQ Tunneling
- Advanced Spanning Tree Features
- SPAN and RSPAN
- PPP and PPPoE
- PPP Authentication and Advanced PPP Features
- PPP Troubleshooting
- Layer 2 Troubleshooting
- IGP Routing
- OSPF Configuration
- Advanced OSPF: Area Types, Summarization, Authentication, Virtual-Links, etc.
- EIGRP Configuration
- Advanced EIGRP: Authentication, Summarization, Metric Tuning, etc.
- RIP Configuration
- Advanced RIP: Timers Tuning, Authentication, Summarization, etc.
- Route Redistribution
- Additional IGP-Related Topics
- General Routing Troubleshooting (RIP, EIGRP, OSPF)
- Advanced OSPF Troubleshooting
- Advanced EIGRP Troubleshooting
- IGP Troubleshooting
- BGP Configuration
- BGP Router Reflectors and Confederations
- Route Aggregation
- Community Signaling
- BGP Best Path Manipulation: AS_PATH, Local Pref, Other Attributes
- Route Filtering Features
- Advanced BGP: Conditional Advertisement, ORF, etc.
- Additional BGP Features
- Advanced BGP Troubleshooting
- MPLS VPN
- MPLS LDP
- MP-BGP VPNv4
- Route Target Filtering
- PE-CE Routing: OSPF and RIP
- Inter-site Connectivity
- Advanced Features: Summarization, Internet Access, etc.
- MPLS and MPLS VPN Troubleshooting
- Ipsec VPN
- Site-to-site IPsec Tunnels
- Virtual Tunnel Interfaces (VTI)
- Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)
- Addressing and Tunneling
- Routing: OSPFv3, EIGRPv6, and BGP
- Advanced OSPFv3 Features: Area Types, Summarization, etc.
- OSPFv3 Troubleshooting
- Additional IPv6-Related Topics
- IPv6 Troubleshooting
- IP Multicast
- PIM Sparse and Dense Mode
- Auto-RP and BSR
- RP Filtering Techniques
- PIM and IGMP Access Control
- RPF Failures
- Tunneling Multicast Traffic
- PIM over NBMA Networks
- Interdomain Multicast (MSDP)
- Additional Multicast Features
- Basic and Advanced Multicast Troubleshooting
- QoS DiffServ and InterServ Theory
- Classification and Marking
- Network-Based Application Recognition (NBAR)
- Policing and Shaping
- Queueing Techniques: Legacy and CBWFQ/HQF
- Congestion Management Techniques
- Congestion Avoidance Techniques
- Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)
- Access-Lists in Routers and Switches
- Port Security
- Private VLANs
- DHCP Snooping
- IP Source Guard
- Dynamic ARP Inspection
- IPv6 First Hop Security
- TCP Intercept
- Managing Router Access: Privilege Levels, RBAC
- Additional Security Topics
- IP Services
- First Hop Redundancy Services: HSRP, GLBP, VRRP
- IOS Features: Menus, HTTP server, DHCP, etc.
- Management Features: SNMP and RMON
- SLA and Object Tracking
- Embedded Event Manager (EEM)
- Additional IP Services
Our Bootcamp students share their stories...
This will open your eyes to the way you have to be prepared. Knowing the technology is one thing, but knowing different ways to resolve issues with the technologies and why is another! I would strongly recommend that every CCIE candidate take this class!Vernado Deal - CCNP and CCNA 3x (Voice, RS, Security)
Dave Smith exceeded my expectations concerning his depth of knowledge of the material covered. I especially appreciated his incorporation of first-hand experience and historical context of the technologies. Relevant anecdotes help to solidify "why" something does what it does, rather than just memorizing. His enthusiasm and passion for networking really do help keep you focused on and listening to everything he says.Scott Bridges - CCIE #55860, VCP-NV, RCSP-WAN