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About Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE RSv5  

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About Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE RSv5


The program is designed for network engineers who:
  • Have three (3) to five (5) years relevant experience
  • Want to develop expert-level networking skills, attempt CCIE RSv5 certification and
  • Prefer a Cisco-authorized program that aligns to the most recent CCIE RSv5 certification standards
Read full description of Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE RSv5 at CLN





Cisco 360 Learning Program for RSv5 Roadmap

  • Phase 1: Core Topics

    Focus on mastering the following core foundational tasks, which are related to attaining universal IPv4 unicast connectivity on:

    1. a per-link or per-subnet basis
    2. a per IGP basis
    3. an inter-IGP basis via redistribution
    4. an inter-AS basis via BGP
    Each of the foundational tasks builds directly upon the previous task in a logical progression.

    While Cisco 360 students are mastering these core foundational topics in the progression listed above, they will also be internalizing a single consistent learning and problem solving approach that they will use in the remaining phases of CCIE preparation. This single learning and problem solving approach is called the "options analysis" or "issue spotting" problem solving approach. This approach is presented consistently in all Phase One VoDs, as well as in the Phase One technology focused hands-on labs.

    When a learner has viewed the listed VoDs and performed the technology specific hands-on labs, the student will end Phase One by performing a series of hands-on labs a range of topics related to IPv4 unicast connectivity. This range of topics include Link-Layer technologies, IGPs, redistribution and BGP, as well as perform two Assessment Labs that place a primary focus on the core foundational topics.

    • Step 1: Link Layer Lesson

      This module will begin with a brief discussion on classifying all interface types. It will then cover configuring logical point-to-point tunnel interfaces such as GRE and IPIP. The remainder of the module is dedicated to Catalyst 3550/3560 configuration topics that include: Port assignment, trunking, VTP, EtherChannel and Spanning Tree. After each VoD block is performed, learners can take a "Spot-the-Issues" on-line quiz. When the entire Link-Layer Class-on-Demand module is complete, learners can perform two hands-on labs that are designed to challenge learners only on the topics covered in this specific Class-on-Demand module.

    • Step 2: Frame Relay Lesson

      After the Link-Layer Class on Demand Module is completed, lessons will study the final Link-Layer technology encountered in this program — Frame-Relay. This module will begin with a series of VoDs on attaining universal connectivity on a range of Frame-Relay interface types and topologies. Special attention will be given to attaining connectivity on a hub-and-spoke Frame-Relay topology. Once these topics are covered, the presentation will shift to deploying IP routing over Frame-Relay using protocols such as OSPF, EIGRP, RIPv2 and BGP. This block ends with introducing lessons to additional Frame-Relay functionality such as deploying QoS over Frame-Relay. As with all Class-on-Demand modules in the Cisco 360 Learning Program, a series of on-line "spot-the-issues" quizzes accompany the series of VoD's along with a set of technology focused hands-on practice labs. It is recommended to perform all "Spot-the-Issues" quizzes and hands-on practice labs before progressing to the next step.

    • Step 3: IGP Lesson

      Once all Link-Layer technologies have been covered and IGP connectivity has been discussed over a Frame-Relay topology, complete attention can be directed towards a range of IGP related topics. This topic begins with a series of VoDs that focus on formulating a set of opening moves strategies on deploying all IGP protocols up to the Golden Moment. The Golden Moment is defined as the moment when all IP addresses are reachable by all IP enabled devices. Once this topic is covered, each of the following three IGPs is examined in detail — OSPF, EIGRP, and RIPv2. Each will be examined from the perspective of baseline enablement issues, metric manipulation, summarization, authentication and other enhancements. Finally, this module ends with a series of presentations on the subject of route redistribution. As each VoD Block is completed, it is recommended to perform the "Spot-the-Issues" quiz assigned to each Block. When all Blocks are completed, learners must perform the two technology specific hands-on practice labs focused on the subject deploying IGPs.

    • Step 4: BGP Lesson

      From a subject matter perspective, this is the final core topic covered in Phase One &emdash; BGP. This module will begin with the BGP enabling operations — namely forming BGP neighbor relationships and forwarding BGP updates. After these topics are covered, the subjects of filtering BGP updates, aggregation, path selection and specialized BGP features will be covered. As always, perform the "spot the issues" quizzes after each Block and at the end of the entire module, perform the hands-on labs focused entirely on BGP.

    • Step 5: Practice with Exercise Workbook Labs

      In order to strengthen and re-enforce your understand of these core topics, you will be directed to perform the first ten Cisco 360 hands-on workbook labs up to BGP. After you have performed the first five of these labs, it is recommended you perform a graded assessment lab that is focused on these topics. After you complete the remaining five labs, it is recommended you perform an additional graded assessment.

  • Phase 2: Advanced Topics

    At this point, Cisco 360 learners should possess a solid foundation in the core topics. Also, learners should have internalized the Cisco 360 learning and problem solving approach of "options analysis" or " issue spotting". In Phase Two, learners will build upon the technologies covered in Phase One and continue to apply the exact same "options analysis" or "issue spotting" learning and problem solving approach. At the end of Phase Two, learners should be prepared to perform a series of 8 hour long, multi-topic CCIE-level hands-on practice labs.

    • Step 1: IPv6 Lesson

      This module will act as both a review of what was covered in Phase One as well as an introduction to an entirely new subject. While the student will be learning the new subject of IPv6, the student will also be revisiting many of the exact same topics covered in Phase One such as attaining universal connectivity on a per-link or subnet basis, attaining universal connectivity on a per IGP basis and performing redistribution. The major difference will be that these topics will be covered with IPv6 instead of IPv4. Also, this section will cover the key IPv4-IPv6 migration methods of tunneling and IPv6 NAT-PT. Each VoD Block is accompanied by a Spot-the-Issues quiz and there is be a series of IPv6 technology-specific hands-on labs to perform as well.

    • Step 2: Cisco Catalyst QoS Lesson

      The Cisco Catalyst QoS video on demand presentations include over one and a half hours of in-depth, focused study covering the full range of Catalyst QoS on the 3560. Concepts are vividly demonstrated through mini-labs that connect changes at the command line to changes in actual traffic flows. Topics covered include classifying, marking and trusting traffic as well as deploying shaped and shared round-robin and weighted tail drop.

    • Step 3: Suggested Reading in Reference Library

      During Phase Two, the following articles should be read from the reference library:

      • Selected PIM Dense Mode Scenarios
      • Selected PIM Sparse Mode Scenarios
      • Packet Inspection Techniques
      • IP Services Case Studies
      These Technical Notes will provide useful information in deploying multicasting, security, and IP Services over the core implementation of IPv4 unicast connectivity.

    • Step 4: Perform Sections in the Exercise Workbook Labs That Follow "Core" only above "Core" Technologies

      The last step of Phase One in this program had learners configure the first 10 Exercise Workbook labs up to BGP. The final step of Phase Two is to complete all other configuration tasks in the first 10 Exercise Workbook labs, starting with the topics that remain after BGP. When performing this step, it is very important for learners to learn how to stabilize and unstable situation by carefully selecting the order to perform tasks regardless of how they are presented in the lab itself.

      As an example, if SNMP is listed before HSRP, it does not mean that SNMP must be performed before HSRP. The student must develop the confidence and the analysis skills to order the performance of topics in the manner that best meets their objectives.

  • Phase 3: Confidence Building

    In the third and final phase of CCIE preparation, student activities should be focused on performing as many full-length expert level labs as possible with Graded Assessments interspersed to track performance.

    By Phase 3, 10 of the 25 Exercise Workbook labs should be completed. Therefore, 15 of these labs remain. It is recommended to perform approximately 4–5 Exercise Workbook labs, followed by an Assessment Lab exam. When following this recommendation, the 15 remaining labs will be interspersed with four Assessment Labs. When performing both the hands-on Exercise Workbook labs and the Assessment Labs, keep track of the time it takes to perform the entire lab as well as individual tasks.

    Also, pay very careful attention to the score you expect to receive when performing an Assessment lab, versus the score you actually receive. Determine why these two numbers are different by using the detailed Answer Keys and Mentor-Guide that accompany all Exercise Workbook labs and Assessment Labs.



Recommended order for R&S Performance Assessment Labs and Troubleshooting Labs

Below is the recommended order and the difficulty of Performance Assessment labs. Depending on your background and experience, the perceived complexity of the labs might vary. For students starting their CCIE studies, it is recommended to start with a Pre-Assessment lab.


Performance Assessment Labs

Beginning to Intermediate (recommended order)

  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Pre-Assessment 1 Lab (CIERS-GP-LAB01)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 1 Lab v4.3 (CIERS1-CA-LAB01)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 2 Lab v4.3 (CIERS1-TC-LAB02)

Advanced (recommended order)

  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 5 Lab v4.3 (CIERS2-CA-LAB01)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 6 Lab v4.3 (CIERS2-TC-LAB02)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 7 Lab v4.3 (CIERS2-CA-LAB03)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 8 Lab v4.3 (CIERS2-TC-LAB04)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 9 Lab v4.3 (CIERS2-CA-LAB05)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 3 Lab v4.3 (CIERS-TC-LAB01)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 4 Lab v4.3 (CIERS-TC-LAB02)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 10 Lab v4.3 (CIERS-TC-LAB03)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Assessment 11 Lab v4.3 (CIERS-TC-LAB04)


Troubleshooting Labs

Intermediate to Advanced (recommended order)

  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 1 (CIERS1-TU-LAB02)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 2 (CIERS2-TU-LAB02)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 3 (CIERS2-TU-LAB04)

Advanced (recommended order)

  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 4 (CIERS-TU-LAB01)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 5 (CIERS-TU-LAB02)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 6 (CIERS-TU-LAB03)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 7 (CIERS-TU-LAB04)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 8 (CIERS-TU-LAB05)
  • Cisco 360 CCIE R&S Troubleshooting Lab 9 (CIERS-TU-LAB06)

Labs with "TC" in the name consist of a 3 hour long troubleshooting assessment (TU), a 1 hour lunch break, and a 6 hour long configuration assessment (CA). Labs with "CA" in the name consist of a single 9 hour long configuration assessment. Labs with "TU" in the name consist of a single 3 hour long troubleshooting assessment.

Performance Assessments and Troubleshooting labs are available as standalone labs or in flexible 4-pack bundles. With flexible bundles you do not have to select all four labs at the time of product activation; you may do it as you take labs and learn. Since graded labs are designed to be taken once, you may also select a previously taken lab to be activated in the flexible bundle. Please check with your Cisco 360 Learning Partner or CLN Store for purchase options

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