The CCIE certification is one of the highest paid and most respected IT certifications available but also one of the most difficult to obtain. Many people have questions and concerns when it comes to obtaining the CCIE and that's what this training is all about.
Jeremy Cioara has done a tremendous job breaking down all the information you need to not only study and prepare for the hands-on lab exam, but he presents it so that you learn how to model and configure advanced LAN/WAN topologies and scenarios. He shows you how to put together a practice lab to duplicate nearly any network set-up and provides an array of cost and time saving tips and tricks that will literally repay your investment in this training many times over.

Even if you do not plan on obtaining certification, you'll learn about the Catalyst 3550 router, Frame-Relay, ISDN, OSPF, ISIS, NAT, VoIP, QOS and BGP.

While a CCNP certification is not a pre-requisite to earn your CCIE certification, you do need to know routing and switching thoroughly. In addition to having a CCNA, we recommend that you have the knowledge and skills of a CCNP prior to viewing the CCIE videos.

The training contains 36 videos providing more than 24 hours of instruction.

Contents: Cisco CCIE Certification Package

- CCIE Series Intro: So you want to be a CCIE
- Advanced LAN Configuration (Part 1): Cat 3550, VLANs, VTP, and EtherChannel
- Advanced LAN Configuration (Part 2): Cat 3550, Spanning Tree Protocol
- Advanced LAN Configuration (Part 3): Cat 3550, Advanced Features
- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 1): HDLC & PPP
- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 2): Frame Relay
- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 3): Frame Relay Traffic Shaping and ATM
- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 4): ISDN
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 1): Distance Vector Challenges and RIPv2
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 2): Advanced EIGRP Configuration
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 3): OSPF, Key Concepts
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 4): Foundation OSPF Configuration
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 5): Advanced OSPF Configuration: NBMA Networks
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 6): Advanced OSPF Configuration: Practical Example
- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 7): Understanding and Configuring the IS-IS Protocol
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 1): Routing the Unroutable: Router Bridging Technology
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 2): Data Link Switching Plus (DLSW+)
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 3): Voice over IP (VoIP)
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 4): Network Address Translation (NAT)
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 5): HSRP and NTP
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 6): Understanding IP Access-Lists
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 7): Multicast Routing Concepts
- Advanced Router Technology (Part 8): Configuring Multicast Routing
- Quality of Service (Part 1): QoS Fundamentals and the MQC
- Quality of Service (Part 2): Congestion Management and Avoidance
- Quality of Service (Part 3): Policing, Shaping, and Link Efficiency
- BGP (Part 1): BGP Theory
- BGP (Part 2): Understanding BGP Attributes
- BGP (Part 3): Foundation BGP Configuration
- BGP (Part 4): BGP Route Reflectors, Confederations, and Peer-Groups
- BGP (Part 5): BGP Route Aggregation and Filtering
- BGP (Part 6): Configuring BGP Attributes to Influence Routing, Part 1
- BGP (Part 7): Configuring BGP Attributes to Influence Routing, Part 2
- BGP (Part 8): BGP Multihoming, Route Dampening, and Optimization
- Practice Lab
- IPv6

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