CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure

Course Description:

This Course consists of 2 different classes.

First is our 5 Day Instructor Led, Live online class that covers Routing and Switching with a combination of lectures and labs.  In this class students will complete a minimum of 2 Configurations Mock Labs and we will do a deep dive into multiple protocols.

Second is our 4 Day Instructor Led, Live online class that covers SD-WAN and SD-Access, 25% of the blueprint.  You must complete the 5 day instructor led class first, then you will choose which future date you wish to attend the 4 Day bootcamp.  We will provide you with the schedule after you attend the onsite class.  This class is only available to those who attend our EI v1.0 class. You will have several dates to choose from.

The new CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 certification program prepares you for today’s expert-level job roles in enterprise infrastructure technologies. CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure now includes automation and programmability to help you scale your enterprise infrastructure. Our boot camp is a combination of 5-day LiveOnline via WebEx and an additional 4-day on line class.


CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0


Prerequisite Knowledge:

  • There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0, but we recommend you have an understanding of designing, deploying, operating and optimizing enterprise networking technologies.


Who Should Attend:

  • Candidates that need to acquire their CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0.
  • Network engineers/designers that need to raise their knowledge to an expert-level


Course Delivery Method:

This boot camp is made up of 2 classes and both classes are approximately 60% lecture and 40% hands-on labs.  Both classes are delivered live online via WebEx.


The instructor uses a combination of “Chalk talk” and “one on one mentoring”, the instructor will NOT use an overhead projector, Micronics believes in traditional method of teaching where the subjects were taught and NOT lectured.


The classroom material and hardware are based on current CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0.


Who are some of our clients?

Cisco, Accenture, IBM, AT&T, Verizon, Optus, Telstra, Telefonica, BT, Microsoft, GroupM, MySpace, City of Louisville, Towson University, John Hopkins University, Noterdam University, ITT, SONY, HP, Comcast, and more.


*** Content and schedule subject to change without notice.


CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure - Course Outline

Hands on Labs denoted by Underline

  • VTP and different versions
  • Pruning
  • LACP
  • Layer 2 and Layer 3
Spanning Protocol:
  • 1d, 802.1w, and 802.1s



All Phases


  • Two Clouds One Hub
  • Two Hubs one Cloud
  •  Two hubs two Clouds

Running Routing Protocols


  • RD, CD, S, FC, FS, and FD
  • Configuration, and hidden debugging
  • Authentications:
    • MD5, and SHA
  • Summarization
  • Load Balancing:
    • Equal Cost
    • Unequal Cost
    • Add-Path
  • Filtering
  • Default Route Injection
  • Optimization:
    • Query Propagation Boundary
    • IP FRR
    • STUB routing (All Options)
  • Metric:
    • Classic,
    • Wide Metric
  • Route Tags:
    • Decimal and Dotted-Decimal Notations
  • OTP
  • Overview and special cases
  • GRE or Virtual-Links
  • LSAs, FA, and RFCs (1583, 1587, 2328, 3101, 5185 and many more)
  • Best Path Selection
  • Network Types
  • Area Types
  • Optimization:
    • GTSM
    • LFA
  • Default Route Injection
  • Authentication:
    • RFC 2328
    • RFC 5709
  • Summarization
  • Filtering
  • States
  • Establishing a Peer Session:
    • Regular method
    • Peer-Groups
    • Templates
  • Best Path Selection
  • Attributes:
    • Weight, AS-Path, Origin, Next-Hop, Local-Preference, Atomic-Aggregate Communities, Aggregator, and MED
  • Load Balancing:
    • Equal Cost
    • Unequal Cost
  • Conditional Advertisement
  • Out/In Bound Route Filtering and the order
  • ORF
  • Multihoming Scenarios
  • AS-Path Manipulation:
    • Regexp
    • Local-as
    • Allow-as
    • Remove-Private-as
  • Convergence and Scalability:
    • Route Reflectors
    • Confederation
    • Aggregation (All Options)
  • Other BGP Features:
    • MultiPath
    • Add-Path
    • Route-Refresh
    • Soft Reconfiguration
  • Acquiring an IPv6 Address:
    • IPv6 General Prefix
    • SLAAC
    • DHCPv6
      • Rapid-Commit
      • Relay
    • Prefix Delegation
  • IPv6 and DMVPN
  • EIGRPv6
  • OSPFv3: Both flavors, LSAs, RFCs
  • BGP for IPv6: IPv6 transport, and IPv4 route exchange
  • Transitional Solutions:
    • NAT-PT
    • 6VPE
  • Multicast
    • MLD
    • Static RP
    • BSR
    • Embedded RP
  • IPv6 Traffic Filters
  • RA Guard
  • ND Inspection
  • LDP, VRFs, RD, and RT
  • L3VPNs
  • Route Leaking
  • PE to CE Routing
  • Control Plane Policing
  • VACLs
  • Storm Control
  • DHCP Snooping
  • IP Source Guard
  • DAI
  • Private VLANs
  • Port Security
  • Access-lists
  • uRPF
  • Device Tracking
  • IPsec
  • Identity Use Case For FlexVPN
    • Site-to-Site
    • IKEv1, and IKEv2 Using Preshared Keys
  • 1x Port Base Authentication
    • Device Roles
    • Port States
    • Authentication Process
    • Host Modes
Network Services:
  • FHRP
    • HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP
  • NAT
    • Static NAT, and PAT
    • Dynamic NAT
    • Policy-Base NAT
    • VRF-Aware NAT
    • VASI NAT
Software Defined Infrastructure:
  • Cisco SD Access
    • Design a Cisco SD Access solution
    • Underlay network (IS-IS, manual/PnP)
    • Overlay fabric design (LISP, VXLAN, Cisco TrustSec)
    • Fabric domains (single-site and multi-site using SD-WAN transit)
  • Cisco SD Access deployment
    • Cisco DNA Center device discovery and device management
    • Add fabric node devices to an existing fabric
    • Host onboarding (wired endpoints only)
    • Fabric border handoff
    • Segmentation
      • Macro-level segmentation using VNs
      • Micro-level segmentation using SGTs (using Cisco ISE)
    • Assurance
      • Network and client health (360)
      • Monitoring and troubleshooting
  • Cisco SD-WAN
    • Design a Cisco SD-WAN solution
      • Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
      • Management Plane (vManage)
      • Control Plane (vSmart, OMP)
      • Data Plane (vEdge/cEdge)
  • WAN edge deployment
  • Onboarding new edge routers
  • Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/PnP
  • OMP
  • TLOC
  • Configuration templates
  • Localized policies (only QoS)
  • Centralized policies
  • Application aware Routing
  • Topologies
Infrastructure Automation and Programmability:

For Scripting and Automation, you will be provided a VOD with one-year access. This VOD will be available to you after you attend the onsite class


**Course outline is subject to change without notice.

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