Distinguish yourself as a leader in Enterprise Infrastructure technologies
Your proficiency with sophisticated enterprise infrastructure solutions is demonstrated by obtaining CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification. You must pass two exams to become certified in CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure: a qualifying exam covering fundamental enterprise infrastructure technologies and a hands-on lab exam covering business networks throughout the entire network lifecycle, from designing and deploying to operating and optimising.
You can earn the CCNP® Enterprise and Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Advanced Infrastructure Implementation certifications by passing the 300-410 Implementing Cisco® Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI) exam, which is prepared for in this course. You will also receive 40 Continued Education (CE) credits for recertification through this course.
Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies
You can configure, debug, and manage enterprise wired and wireless networks using the information and abilities you learn in the Implementing and Running Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technology (ENCOR) v1.1 course. Additionally, you’ll learn how to overlay network architecture using SD-Access and SD-WAN technologies, apply automation and programmability inside an enterprise network, and integrate security concepts.
The 350-401 Implementing Cisco® Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR) test, which is a requirement for four certifications, is made easier by taking this course:
Enterprise Infrastructure CCIE
Enterprise Wireless CCIE
Certified Cisco Professional – Enterprise Core
64 Continuing Education (CE) credits for recertification are also earned through this course.
Although there are no formal requirements for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure, you should be well-versed in the exam topics prior to sitting for it.
Prior to take the exam, it is advised that CCIE applicants have five to seven years of expertise designing, deploying, running, and optimising enterprise networking technologies and solutions.
You can configure, debug, and manage enterprise wired and wireless networks using the information and abilities you learn in the Implementing and Running Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technology (ENCOR) v1.2 course.
You will also learn how to overlay network design using SD-Access and SD-WAN solutions, as well as how to incorporate automation and programmability within an enterprise network
- You ought to be able to: after completing this course.Use the access, distribution, and core layers to demonstrate the hierarchical network design model and architecture.
Define the Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) and Content Addressable Memory (CAM), as well as process switching, rapid switching, and Cisco Express Forwarding principles. Compare and contrast the various hardware and software switching mechanisms and operations.
Use VLANs and trunking to troubleshoot Layer 2 connectivity
Use Spanning Tree Protocol to implement redundant switched networks.
Using Etherchannel, resolve link aggregation issues.
Explain the Improved Interior Gateway Routing Protocol’s characteristics, metrics, and path selection ideas (EIGRP)
Implement and improve OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 for IPv4 and IPv6, taking into account adjacencies, packet kinds, areas, summarization, and route filtering.
Establish an external border gateway
Single- and dual-homed networking, path selection, and the EBGP protocol
Use protocols like Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP) and Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol to implement network redundancy (VRRP)
Use both static and dynamic network address translation to implement internet connectivity for businesses (NAT)
Explain the various network devices and components’ and servers’ virtualization technologies.
Incorporate overlay technologies like Location Identifier Separation Protocol (LiSP), VPN, and Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) (LISP)
Explain the fundamental elements and ideas of wireless networking, such as RF and antenna properties, and specify the various wireless standards.
Explain the many wireless deployment models that are available, including decentralised Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) architectures, autonomous Access Point (AP) deployments, and cloud-based designs.
Explain location and wireless roaming.
- Explain the channels through which APs interact with WLCs to get software, settings, and centralised administration.
Setup and test wireless client authentication using Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP), WebAuth, and Pre-Shared Key (PSK) on a WLC.
Use the available tools to troubleshoot wireless client connectivity issues.
Use tools like Network Time Protocol (NTP), Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Cisco IOS IP SLAs, NetFlow, and Cisco IOS Embedded Event Manager to diagnose enterprise networks.
You should be familiar with the following before enrolling in this course:
installation of LAN networks for businesses
basic familiarity with wireless connection and enterprise routing
basic familiarity with Python scripting