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CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0

Newly introduced CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 certification is redesigned to leverage the skills obtained at the new CCNP level. The certification covers core technology areas and validates your end-to-end technology skills in enterprise networks from planning and design to operating and optimizing.In order to certify the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification a candidate is required to complete following exams:

Prerequisite exam that is for Implementing Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (350-401 ENCOR), focuses on candidate’s knowledge of enterprise infrastructure, which  includes dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) architecture, virtualization, infrastructure, network assurance, security, and automation.

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 that is an 8-hour long practical lab exam, covers the entire lifecycle of complex enterprise networks starting from designing and deploying to operating and optimizing. To confer CCIE certification, is it essential that a candidate needs to pass the lab exam within 3 years of passing the core exam.

In CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Certification Coveing Below Major Technologies:

  • Network Infrastructure
  • Transport Technologies and Solutions
  • Infrastructure Security and Services
  • Infrastructure Automation and Programmability
  • Programming For Network Engineer
  • SD-WAN Zero To Hero
  • SD-Access Zero To Hero
  • Segment Routing
  • Labs 150+
CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0: Prove Your Skills With Complex CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions.
Training Duration 3 Months
Exam Code CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0
Language English
Certification Cost USD $1600
Weekend (Sat/Sun) 2 Hours/Day
Weekdays ( Tues-Fri) 1.5 Hour/ Day
Training Mode Online/Classroom


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Note: 100% Exam Passing Record: Free Technical Consultant Support till Your Exam Date.

Services Provided By NES During Training

• Courseware: Slides I Self-Paced Video’s I Practical Study Guide I Lab Access
• Support: 24/7 Lab & Management Support
• Webinar: Free Webinar’s With Industry Experts in New technologies
• Placement: 100% Placement Guarantee/Assistance (Condition Applicable)
• NES Certificate: After Training & Feedback Process
• Vendor Exam: Help to book the Vendor Exam

What You Learn During This Training?

In 150 Hours CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Technologies v1.0 CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification proves your skills with complex enterprise infrastructure solutions. In CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification, you have to pass two exams: that covers core enterprise infrastructure technologies, and hands-on lab exam that covers enterprise networks through the entire network technology, from designing, deploying and optimizing.
The recently introduced CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification program provides the highest level of certification in the CISCO networking domain that prepares you for expert-level jobs in enterprise network technologies. The program covers a wide area of networking such as Routing, Switching, WAN Technology, Network Management, automation and programmability which help out in scaling your enterprise.
CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure is the most respected course of the industry that will recognize your highest networking skills and helps you to achieve technical leadership.

Prerequisites of CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure?

350-401 ENCOR Exam/Training

Next Steps Certification

• CCIE Security
• CCIE Enterprise Wireless
• CCIE Data Center
• CCIE Service Provider
• CCIE Collaboration

Why Choose NES

• In- Depth Technology Knowledge In Real World Network
• Carrer Guidance With 5xCCIE Instructor
• Free Webinar’s With Industry Experts in New technologies
• Vendors Certified & 8 Years Experienced Instructors With Industry Experience
• 24×7 Training I Lab I Management Support
• Retake Training Option
• Courseware:Slides I Self-Paced Video’s I Practical Study Guide I Lab Access
• Life-Time Doubt Support With Same Technology
• Focus on Current & Emerging Technology
• Innovative Technology Method
• FREE Placement/ Consultancy
• Interview Preparation By 5xCCIE Instructor
• Dedicated Lab For Individuals
• Technical Exam Support Till Exam Date
• Relevant Material For Exams
• 100% Success Rate for Exams
• 100% Success Guarantee in Technology & Exam Assistance
• Your Expertise Our Desire

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Contents:

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0

1.0 Layer 2 Protocols
1.1 Layer 2 Protocols
1.2 VLAN Technologies
1.3 Ether Channel
1.4 Spanning-Tree Protocol
1.5 Switch Administration
2.0 Layer 3 Protocols
2.1 IPv6
2.1a IPv6 Basics
2.1b IPv6 Addressing
2.1c IPv6 Address Assingment
2.1d IPv6 Tunneling
2.1e IPv6 Packet Types
2.2a Adjacency
2.2b Best Path Selection
2.2c EIGRP Load Balancing
2.2d EIGRP Optimization & Features
2.3 OSPF / OSPFv3
2.3a Adjacency
2.3b Network Types & Area Types
2.3c Path Preference
2.3d OSPF Opmization & Features
2.3e OSPF Operations
2.4 BGP
2.4a iBGP & eBGP Relationship
2.4b BGP Path Selection
2.4c BGP Path Attributes
2.4d BGP Communities
2.4e BGP Optmizations
2.4f BGP Features
2.5 Layer 3 Features
2.5a VRF
2.5c Policy Based Routing
2.5d Biderectional Forwarding Detection
3.0 Multicast
3.1 Layer 2 Multicast
3.1a IGMPv2 and IGMPv3
3.1b IGMP Snooping, PIM Snooping
3.1c IGMP Querier
3.1d MLD
3.2 Layer 3 Multicast
3.2a Sparse Mode
3.2b RP Configurations
3.2c Bidirectional PIM
3.2d SSM
3.2e PIMv6 Anycast RP
3.2f MSDP

Module 2 – Transport Technologies and Solutions

1.0 MPLS
1.1 MPLS Basics
1.2 MPLS Operations
1.3a PE-CE Routing
1.3b MP-BGP
1.3c VPNv4 / VPNv6
1.3d VRF Route Leaking
2.0 VPN
2.2 Introduction to IPSEC Protocol
2.5a NHRP
2.5b DMVPN Phase 1
2.5c DMVPN Phase 2 (EIGRP & OSPF)
2.5d DMVPN Phase 3 (EIGRP & OSPF)
2.5e DMVPN Phase 3 with Dual Hub
2.5f Troubleshooting DMVPN
2.6 IKEv2 VPN
2.6a Introduction to IKEv2
2.6b IKEv2 Configuration with Pre-Shared Key
2.7 Flex VPN
2.7a introduction to Flex VPN
2.7b Flex VPN Configuration
2.7c MPLS Over Flex VPN

Module 3 – Infrastructure Security and Services

1.0 Device Security on Cisco IOS
1.1 AAA
1.2 Control Plane Policing
1.3 Switch Security
1.4 Router Security
1.5 IPv6 Security
1.6 IEEE 802.1x Port Based Authentication
2.0 Quality of Service
2.1 Layer 3 QoS using MQC
2.1a CoS and DSCP Mapping
2.1b Classification
2.1c Marking
2.1d NBAR
2.1e Policing & Shaping
2.1f Congestion Management and Avoidance
3.0 Network Services
3.1 First Hop Redundancy Protocol
3.1a HSRP
3.1b GLBP
3.1c VRRP
3.1d IPv6 Redundancy
3.2 NTP
3.3 DHCP on Cisco IOS
3.3a DHCP Options
3.3c Stateful, Stateless DHCPv6
3.4 IPv4 Network Address Translation
3.4a Static NAT/PAT
3.4b Dynamic NAT
3.4c Policy Based NAT
3.4d VRF-Aware NAT
4.0 Network Services / Operations
4.1 IP SLA
4.2 Netflow
4.3 Traffic Capture
4.4 IOS-XE Troubleshooting

Module 4 – Infrastructure Automation and Programmability

1.0 Network Data Encoding Formats, Automation and Scripting
1.1 JSON
1.2 XML
1.3 EEM Applets
1.4 Guest Shell
2.0 Network Programmability
2.1 Interation with vManage API
2.2 Interation with Cisco DNA Center API
2.1 Interation with Cisco IOS XE API
2.1 Deploy and Verify model-driven telemetry

Module 5 – Software Defined Infrastructure

1.0 Cisco SD-Access
1.1 Design a Cisco SD-Access
1.1a Introduction to Campus Network Fabric
1.1b Underlay and Overlay Network
1.1c Fabric Domains
1.2 Cisco SD-Access Deployment
1.2a Cisco DNA Center device discovery
1.2b Cisco DNA Center device management
1.2c Host Onboarding (Wired endpoint only)
1.2d Fabric Border Handoff
1.3 Segmentation
1.3a Macro-level Segmentation using VNs
1.3b Introduction to Cisco ISE for SD-Access
1.3c Cisco DNA Center and ISE Integration
1.3d Micro-level Segmentation using Cisco ISE
1.4 Assurance
1.4a Network and Client Health 360
1.4b Monitoring and Troubleshooting
2.0 Cisco SD-WAN
2.1 Design a Cisco SD-WAN
2.1a Introduction to Cisco SD-WAN Solutions
2.2b Control Plane
2.2c Management Plane
2.2d Orchestration Plane
2.2e Data Plane
2.2 WAN Edge Deployment
2.2a Onbording New Edge Router
2.2b Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning
2.2c Plug-and-Play
2.2d OMP
2.2e TLOC
2.3 Configuration Templates
2.4 Localized Policies
2.5 Centralized Policies


Lab-2: Spanning-Tree Protocol
Lab-3: EtherChannel
Lab-4: IPv6 Addressing
Lab-5: IPv6 Tunneling
Lab-6: Named EIGRP Configuration
Lab-7: EIGRP Load Balancing
Lab-8: EIGRP Optmization and Summarization
Lab-9: EIGRPv6 Configuration
Lab-10: OSPF Configuration Lab
Lab-11: OSPF Area Types Lab
Lab-12: OSPF Optmization, Features and Summarization
Lab-13: OSPFv3 Configuration
Lab-14: iBGP and eBGP Peering
Lab-15: Weight and Local Prefrence Attribute
Lab16: AS-Path and Origin Code Attribute
Lab-17: MED Attribute
Lab-18: BGP Route Filtering, Conditional Advertisement
Lab-19: Standard and Extended Community
Lab-20: Local-AS, Allowas-in, remove-private-as
Lab-21: BGP Prefix Aggregation
Lab-22: VRF, VRF-Lite Configuration
Lab-23: BFD and Policy Based Routing
Lab-24: IGMP Snooping & PIM Snooping Configuration
Lab-25: MLD Configuration
Lab-26: RP Confiugration (Static, Auto-RP & BSR)
Lab-27: MSDP Configuration
Lab-27: SSM Configuration
Lab-28 PIMv6 Anycast RPLab-30: MPLS L3 VPN Configuration
Lab-31: MPLS L3 VPN with BGP RR and Allowas-in/Asoveride
Lab-32: MPLS L3 VPN using VPNv6 Address Family
Lab-33: MPLS L3 VPN with Extranet (VRF Route Leaking)
Lab-34: GRE VPN
Lab-35: GRE Over IPSEC
Lab-36 MGRE Over IPSEC
Lab-37 DMVPN Phase I
Lab-38: DMVPN Phase II and Phase III (EIGRP)
Lab-39: DMVPN Phase II and Phase III (OSPF)
Lab-40: DMVPN Phase III with Dual Hub
Lab-41: IKEv2 VPN with Pre-Shared Key
Lab-42: Flex VPN Configuration
Lab-43: MPLS Over Flex VPN
Lab-45: Switch Security/Router Security/Control Plane Policing
Lab-46: IPv6 ACL
Lab-47: 802.1X Authentication using local database
Lab-48: QoS Configuration on Cisco Router – Marking/Classifying
Lab-49 NBAR
Lab-50 Policing & Shaping
Lab-51: HSRP
Lab-52 VRRP
Lab-53: GLBP
Lab-54: IPv6 Redundancy
Lab-55: Stateful/Stateless DHCPv6
Lab-56: Static NAT/PAT, Dynamic NAT
Lab-57: Dynamic NAT, Policy Based NAT
Lab-58: VRF Aware NAT
Lab-59: IP SLA, Netflow, Traffic Capture
Lab-61: SDA LAN Automation with PnP
Lab-62: SDA Configuration Template
Lab-63: SDA Identity Policy with ISE
Lab-64: SDA Application Policy (Easy QoS)
Lab-65: SDA Device Admin
Lab-66: SDA Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Lab-67 SD-WAN Secure Control Plane Bring Up
Lab-68 SD-WAN Data Plane Bring Up
Lab-69: SD-WAN Overlay Management Protocol (OMP)
Lab-70: SD-WAN vManage Template
Lab-71: SD-WAN vSmart Policies
Lab-72: SD-WAN vAnalaytic
Lab-73: Troubleshooting SD-WAN

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