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CCIE Routing & Switching Workbook

CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Workbook

Incorporating more than 10 years of development history, and revised for the June 2014 CCIE Routing & Switching Version 5 blueprint, INE’s CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Workbook continues to set the standard for CCIE Routing & Switching lab preparation.

As the single most comprehensive resource in CCIE lab preparation, INE’s CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Workbook features Advanced Technology Labs to learn new technologies in a step-by-step approach, Advanced Foundation Labs to increase your speed and accuracy at core configuration tasks, Advanced Troubleshooting Labs to help you master a structured troubleshooting approach, and Full-Scale Practice Labs to simulate the CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam.

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This is a beta release. Tasks and labs are in a continual development cycle and are currently being revised.

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Bridging & Switching

  • Layer 2 Access Switchports
  • Layer 2 Dynamic Switchports
  • ISL Trunking
  • 802.1q Trunking
  • 802.1q Native VLAN
  • Disabling DTP Negotiation
  • Router-on-a-Stick
  • VTP
  • VTP Transparent
  • VTP Pruning
  • VTP Prune-Eligible List
  • Layer 2 EtherChannel
  • Layer 2 EtherChannel with PAgP
  • Layer 2 EtherChannel with LACP
  • Layer 3 EtherChannel
  • STP Root Bridge Election
  • STP Load Balancing with Port Cost
  • STP Load Balancing with Port Priority
  • Tuning STP Convergence Timers
  • STP PortFast
  • STP PortFast Default
  • STP UplinkFast
  • STP BackboneFast
  • STP BPDU Guard
  • STP BPDU Guard Default
  • STP BPDU Filter
  • STP BPDU Filter Default
  • STP Root Guard
  • STP Loop Guard
  • Unidirectional Link Detection
  • MST Root Bridge Election
  • MST Load Balancing with Port Cost
  • MST Load Balancing with Port Priority
  • MST and Rapid Spanning Tree
  • Protected Ports
  • Storm Control
  • MAC-Address Table Static Entries and Aging
  • SPAN
  • RSPAN
  • Voice VLAN
  • Smartport Macros
  • Fallback Bridging
  • Private VLANs
  • PPP
  • PPP AAA Authentication
  • PPPoE

IP Routing

  • Routing to Multipoint Broadcast Interfaces
  • Routing to NBMA Interfaces
  • Longest Match Routing
  • Floating Static Routes
  • Backup Interface
  • Reliable Static Routing with Enhanced Object Tracking
  • Policy Routing
  • Reliable Policy Routing
  • Local Policy Routing
  • GRE Tunneling
  • GRE Tunneling and Recursive Routing
  • Reliable Backup Interface with GRE
  • On-Demand Routing (ODR)

RIP

  • Basic RIP Configuration
  • RIPv2 Authentication
  • RIPv2 Split Horizon
  • RIPv2 Auto-Summary
  • RIP Send and Receive Versions
  • RIPv2 Manual Summarization
  • RIPv2 Convergence Timers
  • RIPv2 Offset List
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Passive Interface
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Prefix-Lists
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Standard Access-Lists
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Extended Access-Lists
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Offset Lists
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Administrative Distance
  • RIPv2 Filtering with Per Neighbor AD
  • RIPv2 Default Routing
  • RIPv2 Conditional Default Routing
  • RIPv2 Reliable Conditional Default Routing
  • RIPv2 Unicast Updates
  • RIPv2 Broadcast Updates
  • RIPv2 Triggered Updates
  • RIPv2 Source Validation

EIGRP

  • EIGRP Network Statement
  • EIGRP Auto-Summary
  • EIGRP Multi-AF Mode
  • EIGRP MD5 & SHA-256 Authentication
  • EIGRP Key Chain Rotation
  • EIGRP Unicast Updates
  • EIGRP Default Network
  • EIGRP Summarization
  • EIGRP Summarization with Default Routing
  • EIGRP Summarization with Leak Map
  • EIGRP Floating Summarization
  • EIGRP Poisoned Floating Summarization
  • EIGRP Metric Weights
  • IGRP Traffic Engineering with Metric
  • EIGRP Unequal Cost Load Balancing
  • EIGRP Convergence Timers
  • EIGRP Stub Routing
  • EIGRP Stub Routing with Leak Map
  • EIGRP Filtering with Passive Interface
  • EIGRP Filtering with Prefix-Lists
  • EIGRP Filtering with Standard Access-Lists
  • EIGRP Filtering with Extended Access-Lists
  • EIGRP Filtering with Offset Lists
  • EIGRP Filtering with Administrative Distance
  • EIGRP Filtering with Per Neighbor AD
  • EIGRP Filtering with Route Maps
  • EIGRP Bandwidth Pacing
  • EIGRP Default Metric
  • EIGRP Neighbor Logging
  • EIGRP Router-ID
  • EIGRP Maximum Hops

OSPF

  • OSPF over Broadcast Media
  • OSPF over DMVPN
  • OSPF DR/BDR Election Manipulation
  • OSPF Network Point-to-Point
  • OSPF Network Point-to-Multipoint
  • OSPF Network Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast
  • OSPF Network Loopback
  • OSPF Path Selection with Auto-Cost
  • OSPF Path Selection with Cost
  • OSPF Path Selection with Bandwidth
  • OSPF Path Selection with Per-Neighbor Cost
  • Repairing Discontiguous OSPF Areas with Virtual-Links
  • OSPF Path Selection with Non-Backbone Transit Areas
  • OSPF Path Selection with Virtual-Links
  • OSPF Demand Circuit
  • OSPF Flooding Reduction
  • OSPF Clear Text Authentication
  • OSPF MD5 Authentication
  • OSPF Null Authentication
  • OSPF MD5 Authentication with Multiple Keys
  • OSPF Internal Summarization
  • OSPF Path Selection with Summarization
  • OSPF External Summarization
  • OSPF Stub Areas
  • OSPF Totally Stubby Areas
  • OSPF Not-So-Stubby Areas
  • OSPF Not-So-Stubby Areas and Default Routing
  • OSPF Not-So-Totally-Stubby Areas
  • OSPF Stub Areas with Multiple Exit Points
  • OSPF NSSA Type-7 to Type-5 Translator Election
  • OSPF NSSA Redistribution Filtering
  • OSPF LSA Type-3 Filtering
  • OSPF Forwarding Address Suppression
  • OSPF Default Routing
  • OSPF Conditional Default Routing
  • OSPF Reliable Conditional Default Routing
  • OSPF Filtering with Distribute-Lists
  • OSPF Summarization and Discard Routes
  • OSPF Filtering with Administrative Distance
  • OSPF Filtering with Route-Maps
  • OSPF NSSA ABR External Prefix Filtering
  • OSPF Database Filtering
  • OSPF Stub Router Advertisement
  • OSPF Interface Timers
  • OSPF Global Timers
  • OSPF Resource Limiting
  • Miscellaneous OSPF Features

BGP

  • Establishing iBGP Peerings
  • Establishing EBGP Peerings
  • BGP Update Source Modification
  • Multihop EBGP Peerings
  • Neighbor Disable-Connected-Check
  • Authenticating BGP Peerings
  • iBGP Route Reflection
  • Large-Scale iBGP Route Reflection with Clusters
  • iBGP Confederation
  • BGP Next-Hop Processing – Next-Hop-Self
  • BGP Next-Hop Processing – Manual Modification
  • iBGP Synchronization
  • BGP over GRE
  • BGP Redistribute Internal
  • BGP Peer Groups
  • BGP Network Statement
  • BGP Auto-Summary
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – Weight
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – Local Preference
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – AS-Path Prepending
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – Origin
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – MED
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – Always Compare MED
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – AS-Path Ignore
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – Router-IDs
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – DMZ Link Bandwidth
  • BGP Bestpath Selection – Maximum AS Limit
  • BGP Backdoor
  • BGP Aggregation
  • BGP Aggregation – Summary Only
  • BGP Aggregation – Suppress Map
  • BGP Aggregation – Unsuppress Map
  • BGP Aggregation – AS-Set
  • BGP Aggregation – Attribute-Map
  • BGP Aggregation – Advertise Map
  • BGP Communities
  • BGP Communities – No-Advertise
  • BGP Communities – No-Export
  • BGP Communities – Local-AS
  • BGP Communities – Deleting
  • BGP Conditional Advertisement
  • BGP Conditional Route Injection
  • BGP Filtering with Prefix-Lists
  • BGP Filtering with Standard Access-Lists Task
  • BGP Filtering with Extended Access-Lists
  • BGP Regular Expressions
  • BGP Filtering with Maximum Prefix
  • BGP Default Routing
  • BGP Local AS
  • BGP Local AS Replace-AS/Dual-AS
  • BGP Remove Private AS
  • BGP Dampening
  • BGP Dampening with Route-Map
  • BGP Timers Tuning
  • BGP Fast Fallover
  • BGP Outbound Route Filtering
  • BGP Soft Reconfiguration
  • BGP Next-Hop Trigger
  • BGP TTL Security
  • BGP AllowAS in

MPLS

  • VRF Lite
  • MPLS LDP
  • MPLS Label Filtering
  • MP-BGP VPNv4
  • MP-BGP Prefix Filtering
  • PE-CE Routing with RIP
  • PE-CE Routing with OSPF
  • OSPF Sham-Link
  • PE-CE Routing with EIGRP
  • EIGRP Site-of-Origin
  • PE-CE Routing with BGP
  • BGP SoO Attribute
  • Internet Access
  • MPLS VPN Performance Tuning

IPSec VPN

  • IPsec VPNs with Crypto Maps
  • GRE over IPsec with Crypto Maps
  • GRE over IPsec with Crypto Profiles
  • IPsec Virtual Tunnel Interfaces (VTIs)
  • DMVPN Phase 1
  • DMVPN Phase 2
  • DMVPN Phase 3

Multicast

  • Configuration Advisory
  • PIM Dense Mode
  • Multicast RPF Failure
  • PIM Sparse Mode
  • PIM Sparse-Dense Mode
  • PIM Assert
  • PIM Accept RP
  • PIM DR Election
  • PIM Accept Register
  • Multicast Tunneling
  • PIM NBMA Mode
  • Auto-RP
  • Auto-RP – Multiple Candidate RPs
  • Auto-RP – Filtering Candidate RPs
  • Auto-RP Listener
  • Auto-RP and RP/MA Placement
  • Filtering Auto-RP Messages
  • Multicast Boundary
  • PIM Bootstrap Router
  • BSR – Multiple RP Candidates
  • Filtering BSR Messages
  • Stub Multicast Routing & IGMP Helper
  • IGMP Filtering
  • IGMP Timers
  • Multicast Helper Map
  • Multicast Rate Limiting
  • Bidirectional PIM
  • Source Specific Multicast
  • Multicast BGP Extension
  • MSDP
  • Anycast RP
  • Catalyst IGMP Snooping
  • Catalyst Multicast VLAN Registration
  • Catalyst IGMP Profiles

IPv6

  • IPv6 Link-Local Addressing
  • IPv6 Unique Local Addressing
  • IPv6 Global Aggregatable Addressing
  • IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing
  • IPv6 Auto-Configuration
  • RIPng
  • RIPng over NBMA
  • RIPng Summarization
  • RIPng Prefix Filtering
  • RIPng Metric Manipulation
  • RIPng Default Routing
  • EIGRPv6
  • EIGRPv6 Summarization
  • EIGRPv6 Prefix Filtering
  • EIGRPv6 Metric Manipulation
  • EIGRPv6 Default Routing
  • OSPFv3
  • OSPFv3 over NBMA
  • OSPFv3 Virtual Links
  • OSPFv3 Summarization
  • IPv6 Redistribution
  • IPv6 Filtering
  • IPv6 NAT-PT
  • IPv6 MP-BGP
  • IPv6 PIM and MLD
  • IPv6 PIM BSR
  • IPv6 Embedded RP
  • IPv6 SSM
  • IPv6 Tunneling
  • Automatic 6to4 Tunneling
  • ISATAP Tunneling

QoS

  • MQC Classification and Marking
  • MQC Bandwidth Reservations and CBWFQ
  • MQC Bandwidth Percent
  • MQC LLQ and Remaining Bandwidth Reservations
  • MQC WRED
  • MQC Dynamic Flows and WRED
  • MQC WRED with ECN
  • MQC Class-Based Generic Traffic Shaping
  • MQC Class-Based GTS and CBWFQ
  • MQC Single-Rate Three-Color Policer
  • MQC Hierarchical Policers
  • MQC Two-Rate Three-Color Policer
  • MQC Peak Shaping
  • MQC Percent-Based Policing
  • MQC Header Compression
  • QoS Pre-Classify
  • Advanced HTTP Classification with NBAR

Security

  • AAA Authentication Lists
  • AAA Exec Authorization
  • AAA Local Command Authorization
  • Traffic Filtering Using Standard Access-Lists
  • Traffic Filtering Using Extended Access-Lists
  • Traffic Filtering Using Reflexive Access-Lists
  • Filtering Fragmented Packets
  • Filtering Packets with Dynamic Access-Lists
  • Filtering Traffic with Time-Based Access Lists
  • Traffic Filtering with Policy-Based Routing
  • Preventing Packet Spoofing with uRPF
  • Using NBAR for Content-Based Filtering
  • TCP Intercept
  • TCP Intercept Watch Mode
  • Packet Logging with Access-Lists
  • VLAN Filtering for IP Traffic
  • VLAN Filters for Non-IP Traffic
  • Port Security
  • HSRP and Port-Security
  • DHCP Snooping
  • DHCP Snooping and the Information Option
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • IP Source Guard
  • Using Catalyst Ingress Access-Lists
  • Controlling Terminal Line Access
  • IOS Login Enhancements
  • Role-Based CLI
  • IP Source Tracker
  • Router IP Traffic Export
  • Controlling the ICMP Messages Rate
  • Control Plane Policing
  • Control Plane Protection (CPPr)
  • IOS ACL Selective IP Option Drop
  • BGP Generic TTL Security Mechanism
  • Flexible Packet Matching

System Management

  • Exec Aliases
  • System Message Logging
  • Syslog Logging
  • Logging Counting and Timestamps
  • Logging to Flash Memory
  • Configuration Change Notification and Logging
  • Configuration Archive and Rollback
  • Logging with Access-Lists
  • TCP Keepalives
  • Generating Exception Core Dumps
  • Conditional Debugging
  • Telnet Service Options
  • Tuning Packet Buffers
  • Terminal Line Settings
  • SNMPv2 Server
  • SNMPv2c Access Control
  • SNMP Traps and Informs
  • CPU and Memory Thresholds
  • SNMPv3
  • SNMP MAC Address Notifications
  • SNMP Notifications of Syslog Messages
  • CDP
  • HTTP Server and Client
  • FTP Server and Client
  • TFTP Server and Client
  • Remote Shell
  • NTP
  • NTP Authentication
  • NTP Access Control
  • Auto-Install over LAN Interfaces using DHCP
  • Auto-Install over LAN Interfaces Using RARP
  • IOS Menus
  • IOS Banners
  • KRON Command Schedule
  • EEM Scripting: Interface Events
  • EEM Scripting: Syslog Events
  • EEM Scripting: CLI Events
  • EEM Scripting: Periodic Scheduling
  • EEM Scripting: Advanced Features

IP Services

  • Proxy ARP
  • DHCP Server
  • DHCP Client
  • DHCP Relay
  • DHCP Host Pools
  • DHCP On-Demand Pool
  • DHCP Proxy
  • DHCP Information Option
  • DHCP Authorized ARP
  • IP SLA
  • Object Tracking
  • HSRP
  • VRRP
  • GLBP
  • Router Redundancy and Object Tracking
  • IRDP
  • Router ICMP Settings
  • Basic NAT
  • NAT Overload
  • NAT with Route Maps
  • Static NAT
  • Static PAT
  • Static NAT and IP Aliasing
  • Static Policy NAT
  • NAT with Overlapping Subnets
  • TCP Load Distribution with NAT
  • Stateful NAT with HSRP
  • Stateful NAT with Primary/Backup
  • NAT Virtual Interface
  • NAT Default Interface
  • Reversible NAT
  • Static Extendable NAT
  • IP Precedence Accounting
  • IP Output Packet Accounting
  • IP Access Violation Accounting
  • MAC Address Accounting
  • TCP Optimization
  • IOS Small Services and Finger
  • Directed Broadcasts and UDP Forwarding
  • DRP Server Agent
  • NBAR Protocol Discovery
  • Netflow Ingress and Egress
  • Netflow Top Talkers
  • Netflow Aggregation Cache
  • Netflow Random Sampling
  • Netflow Input Filters
  • IOS Authoritative DNS Server
  • IOS Caching DNS Server
  • IOS DNS Spoofing
  • IP Event Dampening
INE’s CCIE Routing & Switching v5 Workbook is the definitive resource for mastering the technologies covered on the CCIE lab exam. The workbook follows a structured design that covers not only the necessary topic domains, but also lab strategy and other key test-taking skills. The workbook is divided into four main sections, as follows.

Advanced Technology Labs

The Advanced Technology Labs are one of the first steps toward CCIE lab preparation. This section consists of nearly 500 hands-on labs that walk you through each and every technology and provide in-depth explanations of how their configurations work. Topics are presented in an easy-to-follow, goal-oriented, step-by-step approach. These scenarios feature detailed breakdowns and thorough verifications to help you completely understand each technology at an expert level.

Advanced Foundation Labs

In the Advanced Foundation Labs, the overall pieces of the puzzle start to fit together. These labs are designed to refine your configuration skills on the core technologies used in the CCIE lab exam. Each lab guides you through the critical steps necessary for building and verifying a working networking topology. The labs are designed to increase your speed and refine your task-management skills, capacities that are crucial when working in a timed full-scale lab environment.

Advanced Troubleshooting Labs

The Advanced Troubleshooting Labs present you with pre-built network topologies in which you will resolve various problems that have been introduced. This section will help you develop a structured troubleshooting approach and improve your time-management skills; as a result, troubleshooting will become second-nature. Improving your troubleshooting skills will not only help you pass the CCIE lab exam, but also help you with real-world job scenarios, which often require timely and accurate troubleshooting.

Full-Scale Practice Labs

The Full-Scale Practice Labs are the culmination of all your preparation as you ready yourself for the actual CCIE lab exam. The full-scale labs are designed to simulate the CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Exam, while still illustrating the principles behind the technologies. Building upon your expert-level understanding of the fundamentals, this section teaches you to predict advanced and sometimes subtle interactions that occur when multiple technologies are combined together. When you have fully mastered the full-scale labs, you’ll be ready to take and pass the CCIE lab exam!

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