Cisco CCIE Bootcamp - CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure

Distinguish yourself as an expert with our Cisco CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure. 

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The Cisco CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure is a rigorous hands-on training program with a blend of lab and theory. I-Medita’s Cisco CCIE Bootcamp ensures you master all the expert-level concepts per the Cisco Blueprint. It also prepares you to pass the qualifying exam Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR 350-401) and the lab exam CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0.

To earn CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certification, you must pass two exams: a qualifying exam covering core enterprise infrastructure technologies and a hands-on lab exam covering enterprise networks through the entire network lifecycle, from designing and deploying to operating and optimizing.

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Why Cisco CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure?

  • Distinguish yourself as a leader in Enterprise Infrastructure technologies.
  • Be an expert in planning, designing, operating, optimizing, and troubleshooting complex enterprise networks
  • Prepare for one of the world’s most challenging and prestigious IT Networking certifications.
  • Maximize potential boundaries
  • Increase the hiring manager’s confidence in your abilities.
  • Place yourself as a technical leader in the industry.
  • Get trained from core technical areas to the end-to-end lifecycle.

Who should join CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure?

  • Working professionals in IT with relevant Network infrastructure experience can take the CCIE EI Certification Training.
  • Professionals planning to preprepare for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0
  • Network administrator
  • Network support technicians
  • Network Solutions Architect
  • TAC Engineers
  • Network support technician
  • Network Support Engineer
  • Mid-level network engineers
  • Candidates completed CCNP Routing and Switching or CCNP Enterprise Certifications.
Cisco CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 Exam Prep Only
Training Name CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0
Training Type Instructor Live Online Training
Training Duration 35 Days [Exam Preperation Bootcamp + Online Rack Sessions]
Cost for CCIE EI Lab Exam Bootcamp ₹ 59,900 (Including Taxes)
Payment Mode No Cost EMI Installment starts at ₹ 9900 / month on selected cards
CCIE EI Rack Sessions 30 Rack Sessions (1 Session = 4 Hours)
Study Material CCIE Lab Workbooks & Dedicated CCIE EI Lab Access
Trainers/Instructors – Mr. Saurabh Yadav -Triple CCIE EI, SP, Security # 46962, SD-WAN Specialist
– Mr. Surendra Singh – CCIE EI # 60346, SD-WAN & SDA Specialist
Learning Portal World-class learning system (Web portal, iOS Application, Android Application)    
CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training [Technology + Lab Exam Prep]
Training Name CCIE EI – Enterprise Infrastructure
Training Type Instructor Live Online Training
Batches Available Regular (Mon-Thu) and (Sat-Sun)
Training Duration 06 Months
Daily Training Hours 2/3 hours per day
Cost – Technology Training Only ₹ 59,900 for Online & ₹ 69,900 for Classroom (Including Taxes)
Cost – Technology Training + Lab Exam ₹ 89,900 for Online & ₹ 99,900 for Classroom (Including Taxes)
Payment Mode No Cost EMI Installment starts at ₹ 9900 / month
Recorded Video Lectures 06 months same classes video recording access
Lab Access for Tech Classes Unlimited Online lab access during the training
Lab Access for Lab Exam prep 30 Sessions (1 Session = 4 Hours)
Study Material CCIE Lab Workbooks, CCIE Notes handouts
Learning Portal World-class learning system (Web portal, iOS Application, Android Application)    

CCIE Bootcamp- CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Exam Details

To become eligible to appear for the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure practical lab exam, you must first pass the Enterprise Core (350-401 ENCOR) examination. The Enterprise Core exam tests your expert-level technical knowledge in core enterprise infrastructure technologies. The CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab exam is an 8-hour long exam. The images below furnish both exam details.

ECNOR exam details

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure lab exam details

CCIE Lab exam format

CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Technology Outline

  • Software architecture differences between IOS and IOS XE
  • Cisco express forwarding and routing concepts
  • Network challenges in complex network environments
  • Performing expert-level IP operations, TCP operations, UDP operations
  • Using IOS troubleshooting tools
  • Functions and implementation related to LAN switching technologies
  • Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies
  • Implementing EIGRP [for IPv4 and IPv6], OSPF [v2 and v3]
  • Implementing BGP
  • Implementing ISIS [for IPv4 and IPv6]
  • Implementing VPN Technologies
  • Tunneling operations and verifications
  • Enabling Device security
  • Operations related to Network security
  • Quality of service operations
  • Network services features and operations
  • Implementation and operation of Software-Defined Infrastructure
  • Cisco SD-Access deployment
  • Cisco SD-WAN solution deployment
  • Infrastructure Automation and Programmability
  • Automation and scripting

CCIE Bootcamp – CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Technology Labs Outline

  • Configuring and Verifying Basic Switch Operations
  • Configuring and Verifying Switchport Configuration
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations of VLAN
  • Configuring and Verifying Trunks
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations of VLAN Trunking Protocol
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Configuring and Verifying Spanning Tree Protocol Configuration
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations STP Protection
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations of RSTP
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations of MSTP
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations Ether-Channel
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations Multilayer Switching
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations DHCP
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations Syslog
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations NTP
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations SNMP and IP SLA
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations SPAN and RSPAN
  • Configuring and Verifying High Availability & Operations of HSRP, VRRP and GLBP
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations Port-Security
  • Configuring and Verifying the operations of VLAN-ACL and Private VLANs
  • Configuring and Verifying the Operations DHCP Snooping and AAA
  • Packet Forwarding
  • IPv4 Static Routing
  • IPv6 Static Routing
  • Prefix Lists
  • EIGRP Named Mode
  • EIGRP and Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)
  • EIGRP Stub 
  • EIGRP Filtering / Route Filtering
  • Advanced EIGRP Lab
  • EIGRP Authentication
  • Running OSPF on the Interfaces
  • OSPF Broadcast Networks
  • OSPF Non-broadcast Networks
  • OSPF Point-to-Point Networks
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint and Point-to-Multipoint Non-broadcast Networks
  • OSPF Area Types
  • OSPF Filtering/ Route Filtering
  • OSPF Summarization
  • Virtual Links and GRE Tunnels
  • Default Route Injection
  • OSPF Authentication
  • OSPF Best-Path Determination
  • OSPF Challenge Lab
  • Establishing a BGP Session Using the Correct TTL Value
  • Establishing Neighbor Adjacency Using Different Methods
  • Route Reflectors
  • BGP Confederation
  • BGP Backdoor and Conditional Advertisement
  • BGP Aggregation
  • BGP Filtering / Route Filtering
  • BGP Load Balancing
  • Remove-Private-AS: A Walkthrough
  • AS Migration
  • BGP Best-Path Algorithm: A Walkthrough
  • DMVPN Mechanics
  • DMVPN Designs
  • Single Hub, Single Cloud
  • Single Hub, Dual Cloud
  • Dual Hub, Single Cloud
  • Dual Hub, Dual Cloud
  • DMVPN NHS Clustering
  • DMVPN and DHCP
  • Troubleshoot DMVPN Phase 3 with dual-hub
  • Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP)
  • IPsec/IKEv2 using pre-shared key
  • Identify use-cases for FlexVPN
  • Configuring Label Distribution Protocol
  • Static Routing in a VPN
  • EIGRP Routing in a VPN
  • EIGRP Site-of-Origin
  • OSPF Routing in a VPN
  • Backdoor Links and OSPF
  • BGP Routing in a VPN
  • MPLS and NAT
  • Route Targets, Import Maps, and Export Maps
  • Internet Access Methods: Partial Internet Routes
  • Acquiring an IPv6 Address
  • DMVPN and IPv6
  • IPv6- Configuring OSPFv3
  • IPv6- Summarization of Internal and External Networks
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Broadcast Networks
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Non-Broadcast Networks
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Point-to-Point Networks
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Point-to-Multipoint Networks
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Cost and Auto-Cost
  • IPv6- LSAs in OSPFv3 
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Area Types
  • IPv6- OSPFv3 Authentication
  • IPv6- EIGRPv6
  • IPv6- BGP Configuration 
  • Multicast IGMPv2, IGMPv3
  • Multicast IGMP Snooping, PIM Snooping
  • Multicast IGMP Querier
  • MulticastIGMP Filter
  • Multicast MLD
  • Reverse path forwarding check
  • PIM Sparse Mode
  • PIM Static RP, BSR, AutoRP
  • PIM Group to RP Mapping
  • PIM Bidirectional PIM
  • PIM Source-Specific Multicast
  • PIM Multicast boundary, RP announcement filter
  • PIM PIMv6 Anycast RP
  • PIM IPv4 Anycast RP using MSDP
  • Multicast multipath
  • Quality of Service CoS and DSCP Mapping
  • Marking using IP Precedence, DSCP, CoS
  • Quality of Service Classification
  • Quality of Service Policing, shaping
  • Precedence, ToS, and DSCP
  • Queuing Drop Policies
  • SDWAN – Interconnecting the SD-WAN components
  • SDWAN – Installing the enterprise root CA server
  • SDWAN – Performing initial configurations on vManage via CLI
  • SDWAN – Exploring vManage GUI mode
  • SDWAN – Performing initial configurations on vBond via CLI
  • SDWAN – Registering and installing certificate for vBond in vManage
  • SDWAN – Performing initial configurations on vSmart via CLI
  • SDWAN – Registering and installing certificate for vSmart in vManage Initializing the WAN Edges
  • SDWAN – Performing initial configurations on vEdge via CLI
  • SDWAN – Registering vEdges devices in vManage
  • SDWAN – Performing initial configurations on cEdge via CLI
  • SDWAN – Registering cEdges devices in vManage
  • SDWAN – Configuring System template
  • SDWAN – Configuring Banner template
  • SDWAN – Configuring VPN 0 and VPN 512 templates
  • SDWAN – Configuring VPN 0 interface and VPN 512 interface templates
  • SDWAN – Configuring AAA, BFD and OMP templates
  • SDWAN – Configuring device template from various feature templates 
  • SDWAN – Adding service-side VPNs in sites using CLI and template
  • SDWAN – Configuring Static routing using CLI
  • SDWAN – Configuring OSPF routing using CLI
  • SDWAN – Configuring BGP routing using CLI
  • SDWAN – Configuring EIGRP routing using CLI
  • SDWAN – Configuring routing using templates in vManage GUI
  • SDWAN – Attaching routing feature template in device template
  • SDWAN – Verifying the reachability between sites using CLI and vManage 
  • SDWAN – Configure TLOC extension for site redundancy
  • SDWAN – Configure an arbitrary hub-n-spoke topology for a VPN
  • SDWAN – Create a control policy for traffic engineering using TLOCs 
  • SDWAN – Configuring a policy for firewall service insertion and chaining
  • SDWAN – Perform route-filtering for sites using control policy
  • SDWAN – Perform TLOC-filtering for sites using control policy
  • SDWAN – Configuring route-leaking between VPNs for shared services 
  • SDWAN – Configuring VPN-Membership policy to control VPN reachability
  • SDWAN – Create a data policy to set preferred transport for certain traffic 
  • SDWAN – Implementing application aware policies for real-time traffic 
  • SDWAN – Configuring vEdges with NAT and direct internet access
  • SDWAN – Implementing cFlowd Policy for flow monitoring
  • SDWAN – Configuring various QoS concepts using data policy
  • SDWAN – Implementing various Packet Loss Mitigation techniques
  • SDWAN – Implementing application-aware firewall policy for traffic 
  • SDWAN – Creating an IDS/IPS policy for real time traffic analysis
  • SDWAN – Implementing URL Filtering to block certain websites 
  • SDWAN – Verifying AMP* for malware protection
  • SDWAN – Configuring DNS/Web Layer Security for DNS
  • SDWAN – Implementing Cloud-on-Ramp for SaaS 
  • SDWAN – Demonstrating Cloud-on-Ramp for IaaS*
  • SDWAN – Using vManage GUI to explore various monitoring feature
  • SDWAN – Verifying syslog and tcpdump on vEdge devices
  • SDWAN – Using apidocs to create a REST API call to query vManage
  • SDWAN – Performing software upgrade for controllers and edge devices
  • DNAC Restore
  • DNAC & ISE Integration
  • DNAC – Configuring Border Switch Initial Configuration
  • DNAC – Configuring Fusion Router Initial Configuration
  • DNAC Design – Network Hierarchy – Site & Building
  • DNAC Design – Server Configuration – AAA, NTP, DHCP
  • DNAC Design – Device Credentials
  • DNAC Design – IP Address Pools
  • DNAC – Configuring Skinny Configuration on the Edge Nodes
  • DNAC – Configuring Underlay Network – OSPF
  • DNAC – Device Discovery & Provisioning
  • DNAC Discovery – Discover the Seed Device (Border)
  • DNAC Provisioning – Assign the Seed Device
  • DNAC Provisioning – Enable LAN Automation to Discover the Fabric Devices
  • DNAC Provisioning – Provision the Fabric Devices
  • DNAC Design – Reserve the IP Pools for HQ Site
  • DNAC Policy – Create the Virtual Networks
  • DNAC – Create the Transit Network (L3HANDOFF)
  • DNAC – Configure Host-Onboarding
  • DNAC – Provision the Device Roles – Control/Border
  • DNAC – Provision the Device Roles – Edge
  • DNAC – Configure the Fusion Router
  • DNAC – Configure User & Groups on ISE
  • DNAC – Configure Authorization Profiles for the DNAC VNs
  • DNAC – Configure Authorization Policies for the DNAC VNs
  • DNAC – Configure the DHCP Server with DNAC Pools
  • DNAC – Create the SGT
  • DNAC – Re-configure ISE Authorization Policies to use SGTs
  • DNAC – Using a default contract to block all communications between SGTs
  • DNAC – Creating a SG ACL – Contract
  • DNAC – Applying and verifying a Custom SG ACL- Contract
  • DNAC – Network Health
  • DNAC – Client Health
  • DNAC – Path discovery
  • DNAC – Templates
  • DNAC – Configuring L2 Handoff
  • DNAC – Verifying Macro Segmentation – East/West – North/South

Our Trainers

Saurabh Yadav

Saurabh Yadav

Triple CCIE R&S, SP, Security # 46962

Baldev Singh

Baldev Singh

CCIE Security #37094

Sudhanshu Bhat

Sudhanshu Bhat

CCIE Voice # 41212

Surendra Singh

Surendra Singh

CCIE R&S # 60346

Shubham Singh

Shubham Singh

CCIE Security # 58858

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