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CCIE Routing and Switching Practice Labs

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CCIE Routing and Switching Practice Labs (Digital Short Cut)

Martin James Duggan

ISBN-13: 978-1-58705-789-2

ISBN-10: 1-58705-789-1

CCIE Routing and Switching Practice Labs (Digital Short Cut) presents you with two full lab scenarios in exam style format to echo the real eight-hour CCIE Routing and Switching lab exam. This publication gives you the opportunity to put into practice your own extensive theoretical knowledge of subjects in isolation to find out how they interact with each other on a larger complex scale.

An "Ask the Proctor" list of questions for each section helps provide clarity and maintain direction to ensure that you do not give up and check the answers if you find a task too challenging. After each lab, this Digital Short Cut lets you compare configurations and routing tables with the required answers. You also can run through a lab debriefing, view configurations, and cut and paste configs into your own lab equipment for testing and verification. The point scoring for each question lets you know whether you passed or failed each lab.

This extensive set of practice labs, which sells for hundreds of dollars elsewhere, helps you make sure you are fully prepared for the grueling CCIE lab exam experience.

TOC

Setting Up the Lab

Practice Lab 1

Ask the Proctor

Lab Debrief

Setting Up the Lab

Practice Lab 2

Ask the Proctor

Lab Debrief

Summary

Appendix A: Lab 1 Router and Switch Configuration Files

Appendix B: Lab 2 Router and Switch Configuration Files

About the Author

Martin James Duggan, CCIE No. 7942, is a network architect for AT&T. He designs network solutions for customers globally and specializes in Campus LAN design and network reviews. Martin mentors colleagues through their Cisco qualifications and holds regular internal training classes. Before working at AT&T Martin was a network architect for IBM performing IP network designs and global network reviews. Martin has been in the industry for 18 years and has focused on Cisco solutions for the past 11 years. Martin is the co-author of the Cisco Press Routing and Switching Practice Labs book.

About the Technical Editors

Maurilio de Paula Gorito,CCIE No. 3807, is a triple CCIE, having certified in Routing & Switching in 1998, WAN Switching in 2001, and Security in 2003. Maurilio has more than 18 years of experience in networking, including Cisco networks and IBM/SNA environments. Maurilio’s experience includes the planning, designing, implementation, and troubleshooting of large IP networks running RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, BGP, OSPF, QoS, and SNA worldwide, including Brazil and the USA. He also has more than 7 years of experience in teaching technical classes at schools and companies. Maurilio currently works for Cisco as part of the CCIE Team. As a content lead, Maurilio is responsible for managing the content development process for the CCIE Routing & Switching lab and written exams, for being in touch with candidates as part of the CCIE customer service, and for proctoring CCIE Routing & Switching and CCIE Security Lab exams at the CCIE Lab in San Jose, California, USA. Maurilio also has presented power sessions at Cisco seminars. He holds degrees in mathematics and pedagogy.

Leah Lynch, CCIE No. 7220 (Routing and Switching), is the product manager for routing protocols and MPLS technologies on the Spirent TestCenter platform at Spirent Communications. Leah has more than 12 years of experience in the IT industry, with 10 years focused on heterogeneous internetwork environments, including banking, retail, medical, government, manufacturing, corporate, sales, network service provider, telecommunications, and mobile wireless networks. Leah also holds several other Cisco Certifications and is currently working on her Service Provider CCIE.

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Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
    1. Dedications
  2. About the Author
  3. About the Technical Reviewers
  4. Acknowledgments
  5. Icons Used in This Book
  6. Command Syntax Conventions
  7. Introduction
    1. Exam Overview
    2. Scoring Point System
    3. Study Roadmap
      1. Assessing Strengths
      2. Study Materials
      3. Hands-On Practice
      4. Cisco Documentation CD
      5. Home Labs
      6. CCIE Assessor
    4. Equipment List and IOS Requirements
  8. 1. Practice Lab
    1. Equipment List
    2. Setting Up the Lab
      1. Access Configuration Appendixes Online
      2. Lab Topology
      3. Switch Instructions
      4. Frame Relay Instructions
      5. IP Address Instructions
    3. Prelab Tasks
      1. General Guidelines
    4. Practice Lab 1
    5. Section 1: LAN Switching and Frame Relay (28 Points)
    6. Section 2: IPv4 IGP Protocols (22 Points)
      1. Section 2.1: OSPF
      2. Section 2.2: EIGRP
      3. Section 2.3: Redistribution
    7. Section 3: BGP (14 Points)
    8. Section 4: IPv6 (14 Points)
      1. Section 4.1: RIPng
      2. Section 4.2: OSPFv3
      3. Section 4.3: Redistribution
    9. Section 5: QoS (8 Points)
    10. Section 6: Security (8 Points)
    11. Section 7: Multicast (6 Points)
    12. “Ask the Proctor”
    13. Section 1: LAN Switching and Frame Relay
    14. Section 2: IPv4 IGP Protocols
      1. Section 2.1: OSPF
      2. Section 2.2: EIGRP
      3. Section 2.3: Redistribution
    15. Section 3: BGP
    16. Section 4: IPv6
      1. Section 4.3: Redistribution
    17. Section 5: QoS
    18. Section 6: Security
    19. Section 7: Multicast
    20. Lab Debrief
    21. Section 1: LAN Switching and Frame Relay (28 Points)
    22. Section 2: IPv4 IGP Protocols (22 Points)
      1. Section 2.1: OSPF
      2. Section 2.2: EIGRP
      3. Section 2.3: Redistribution
    23. Section 3: BGP (14 Points)
    24. Section 4: IPv6 (14 Points)
      1. Section 4.1: RIPng
      2. Section 4.2: OSPFv3
      3. Section 4.3: Redistribution
    25. Section 5: QoS (8 Points)
    26. Section 6: Security (8 Points)
    27. Section 7: Multicast (6 Points)
    28. Lab Wrap-Up
  9. 2. Practice Lab
    1. Equipment List
    2. Setting Up the Lab
      1. Access Configuration Appendixes Online
      2. Lab Topology
      3. Switch Instructions
      4. Frame Relay Instructions
      5. IP Address Instructions
    3. Prelab Tasks
      1. General Guidelines
    4. Practice Lab 2
    5. Section 1: LAN Switching and Frame Relay (24 Points)
    6. Section 2: IPv4 IGP Protocols (28 Points)
      1. Section 2.1: EIGRP
      2. Section 2.2: OSPF
      3. Section 2.3: RIPv2
      4. Section 2.4: Redistribution
    7. Section 3: BGP (15 Points)
    8. Section 4: IPv6 (12 Points)
      1. Section 4.1: RIPng
      2. Section 4.2: OSPFv3
      3. Section 4.3: Redistribution
    9. Section 5: QoS (6 Points)
    10. Section 6: Multicast (7 Points)
    11. Section 7: Security (7 Points)
    12. “Ask the Proctor”
    13. Section 1: LAN Switching and Frame Relay
    14. Section 2: IPv4 IGP Protocols
      1. Section 2.1: EIGRP
      2. Section 2.2: OSPF
      3. Section 2.3: RIPv2
      4. Section 2.4: Redistribution
    15. Section 3: BGP
    16. Section 4: IPv6
    17. Section 5: QoS
    18. Section 6: Multicast
    19. Section 7: Security
    20. Lab Debrief
    21. Section 1: LAN Switching and Frame Relay (24 Points)
    22. Section 2: IPv4 IGP Protocols (28 Points)
      1. Section 2.1: EIGRP
      2. Section 2.2: OSPF
      3. Section 2.3: RIPv2
      4. Section 2.4: Redistribution
    23. Section 3: BGP (15 Points)
    24. Section 4: IPv6 (12 Points)
      1. Section 4.1: RIPng
      2. Section 4.2: OSPFv3
      3. Section 4.3: Redistribution
    25. Section 5: QoS (6 Points)
    26. Section 6: Multicast (7 Points)
    27. Section 7: Security (7 Points)
    28. Lab Wrap-Up
    29. Summary
      1. Are You Ready?
      2. Further Reading
      3. Help and Advice
      4. How Can I Schedule My CCIE Lab Exam?
      5. The Day Before the Exam
      6. The Day of the Exam
      7. Pass or Fail, What Next?
  10. A. Lab 1 Router and Switch Configuration Files
    1. Router Configuration Files
      1. Router 1 Initial Configuration
      2. Router 1 Final Configuration
      3. Router 2 Initial Configuration
      4. Router 2 Final Configuration
      5. Router 3 Initial Configuration
      6. Router 3 Final Configuration
      7. Router 4 Initial Configuration
      8. Router 4 Final Configuration
      9. Router 5 Initial Configuration
      10. Router 5 Final Configuration
      11. Router 6 Initial Configuration
      12. Router 6 Final Configuration
    2. Switch Configuration Files
      1. Switch 1 Initial Configuration
      2. Switch 1 Final Configuration
      3. Switch 2 Initial Configuration
      4. Switch 2 Final Configuration
      5. Switch 3 Initial Configuration
      6. Switch 3 Final Configuration
      7. Switch 4 Initial Configuration
      8. Switch 4 Final Configuration
  11. B. Lab 2 Router and Switch Configuration Files
    1. Router Configuration Files
      1. Router 1 Initial Configuration
      2. Router 1 Final Configuration
      3. Router 2 Initial Configuration
      4. Router 2 Final Configuration
      5. Router 3 Initial Configuration
      6. Router 3 Final Configuration
      7. Router 4 Initial Configuration
      8. Router 4 Final Configuration
      9. Router 5 Initial Configuration
      10. Router 5 Final Configuration
      11. Router 6 Initial Configuration
      12. Router 6 Final Configuration
    2. Switch Configuration Files
      1. Switch 1 Initial Configuration
      2. Switch 1 Final Configuration
      3. Switch 2 Initial Configuration
      4. Switch 2 Final Configuration
      5. Switch 3 Initial Configuration
      6. Switch 3 Final Configuration
      7. Switch 4 Initial Configuration
      8. Switch 4 Final Configuration