CCIE Data Center Boot Camp 5-Day Class (CCIEDCBC)

Cisco offers pioneering tools to enable scalable and sophisticated IT services as they relate to Cisco Data and Virtualization. In this five-day bootcamp, the student will learn how to implement Nexus 7000 and 5000 configuration, in addition to gaining an understanding of Port-channels, OTV, vPC, FabricPath, and learning how to implement MDS configuration. Ideal candidates to take this Cisco Nexus training course include network designers and engineers looking to advance their career, in addition to those who are in need of acquiring their CCIE Data Center certificate

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About this Course

Cisco offers pioneering tools to enable scalable and sophisticated IT services as they relate to Cisco Data and Virtualization. In this five-day bootcamp, the student will learn how to implement Nexus 7000 and 5000 configuration, in addition to gaining an understanding of Port-channels, OTV, vPC, FabricPath, and learning how to implement MDS configuration. Ideal candidates to take this Cisco Nexus training course include network designers and engineers looking to advance their career, in addition to those who are in need of acquiring their CCIE Data Center certificate

Audience Profile

Primary audience for this course are:

  • Candidates who need to acquire their CCIE Data Center certificate
  • Network engineers/designers who need to raise their knowledge to and expert-level

At Course Completion

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • learners should be able to configure and troubleshoot a series of complex networks to given specifications.
  • utilitize knowledge of troubleshooting is an important skill and candidates are expected to diagnose and solve issues as part of the CCIE Data Center lab exam. 

Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE certification. Other professional certifications or training courses are not required. Instead, candidates must first pass a written qualification exam and then the corresponding hands-on lab exam. You are expected to have an in-depth understanding of the topics in the exam blueprints and strongly encouraged to have three to five years of job experience before attempting certification.

 


Course Outline

Day 1

  • Implement Nexus 7000 and 5000 configuration
    • NX-OS L2 functionality
    • Rapid-PVST+
    • MST
      • VDC
    • Data/Admin/Default
    • Storage VDC
    • FCoE Vlan Range
    • Storage QoS
  • RBAC/Views and AAA
  • NX-OS high availability
    • Network HA
    • Process HA
    • Device HA
  • CFS
    • Over Ethernet
    • Over IP
    • Disctributed CFS
  • L2 & L3 interfaces
    • IO Module
    • FEX Interfaces
      • L3 Sub-interfaces
      • L2 Complication
  • L3 routing
    • OSPF
    • EIGRP
    • ISIS
  • Network Services
    • NTP
    • PTP
  • Implement Nexus 7000, 5000 and 2000 FEX configuration
    • L2 interfaces
    • 802.1q trunks
      • Port Type
        • Normal
        • Nework
          • Bridge Assurance
        • Edge
    • Manual Pruning
  • Fabric extension (FEX)
    • Pinning (Loop Avoidance)
    • Port-Channels
    • FCoE
  • FHRP
    • HSRP
    • VRRP

Day 2

  • Port-channels
    • Standard Port-Channels
    • Multi-Chassis Ether-channel
    • VSS
  • OTV
    • Impact of SVI in the Extend VLAN
      • On-a-stick
      • Inline
    • Unicast-server
    • Multicst-mode
    •  Authentication
  • vPC
    • Back-to-back
    • eVPC
  • FabricPath
    • Authentication
    • Domain Default

Day 3

  • Implement Nexus 7000, 5000, and MDS configuration
    • FLOGI
    • PLOGI
    • PLRI
    • Fcdomain
    • VSAN
    • L2 interfaces
    • Zoning
      • Basic Zoning
      • Enhanced Zoning
      • Soft Zoning
      • Hard Zoning
  • FC
    • SAN Port Channels
      • NX5500
      • MDS
  • Unified Ports
    • Initializing FC ports
  • FC Security
    • Port Security
    • Fabric Binding
    • FC-SP
  • FCIP
    • Traffic Engineering
    • Cost Profile
  • iSCSI gateways
    • Dynamic and Static Initiators and Target
    • iSLB

Day 4

  • Implement Nexus 7000, 5000, and MDS configuration
    • FCoE
    • NPV
    • Mulit-hop FCoE
    • Storage VDC (NX7K Virtual MDS)
  • Implement Cisco UCS C-series configuation
    • Cisco UCS C-series
    • FC/FCoE
    • Ethernet
    • VLAN
    • L2 interfaces
  • UCS Link Roles
    • Overview of UCS communications
      • Uplink Ports
      • Storage Ports
        • FC
        • FCoE
      • Appliance Ports
      • Port-Channels
    • Disjoint L2

 Day 5

  • Implement Cisco UCS B-series configuration
    • FC
      • VSAN
    • FCoE
    • Ethernet
      • VLAN
    • Management
    • Pools
    • Policies
    • Service Profiles and Templates
    • Server resources
  • Implement Nexus 1000V configuration
    • Port-polices
    • L2 interfaces
    • VLAN
    • Port-channels
    • Trunks
  • Security


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