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    Switching

    1.1.a Switch administration

    • 1.1.a i Managing MAC address table
    • 1.1.a ii Errdisable recovery
    • 1.1.a iii L2 MTU

    1.1.b Layer 2 protocols

    • 1.1.b i CDP, LLDP
    • 1.1.b ii UDLD

    1.1.c VLAN technologies

    • 1.1.c i Access ports
    • 1.1.c ii Trunk ports (802.1Q)
    • 1.1.c iii Native VLAN
    • 1.1.c iv Manual VLAN pruning
    • 1.1.c v VLAN database
    • 1.1.c vi Normal range and extended range VLANs
    • 1.1.c vii Voice VLAN
    • 1.1.c viii VTP

    1.1.d EtherChannel

    • 1.1.d i LACP, static
    • 1.1.d ii Layer 2, Layer 3
    • 1.1.d iii Load balancing
    • 1.1.d iv EtherChannel Misconfiguration Guard

    1.1.e Spanning- Tree Protocol

    • 1.1.e i PVST+, Rapid PVST+, MST
    • 1.1.e ii Switch priority, port priority, path cost, STP timers
    • 1.1.e iii PortFast, BPDU Guard, BPDU Filter
    • 1.1.e iv Loop Guard, Root Guard

    Routing

    1.2 Routing Concepts

    • 1.2.a Administrative distance
    • 1.2.b VRF-lite
    • 1.2.c Static routing
    • 1.2.d Policy Based Routing
    • 1.2.e VRF aware routing with any routing protocol
    • 1.2.f Route filtering with any routing protocol
    • 1.2.g Manual summarization with any routing protocol
    • 1.2.h Redistribution between any pair of routing protocols
    • 1.2.i Routing protocol authentication
    • 1.2.j Bidirectional Forwarding Detection

    1.3 EIGRP

    • 1.3.a Adjacencies
    • 1.3.b Best path selection
    • 1.3.b i RD, FD, FC, successor, feasible successor
    • 1.3.b ii Classic Metrics and Wide Metrics
    • 1.3.c Operations
    • 1.3.c i General operations
    • 1.3.c ii Topology table
    • 1.3.c iii Packet types
    • 1.3.c iv Stuck In Active
    • 1.3.c v Graceful shutdown
    • 1.3.d EIGRP load-balancing
    • 1.3.d i Equal-cost
    • 1.3.d ii Unequal-cost
    • 1.3.d iii Add-path
    • 1.3.e EIGRP Named Mode
    • 1.3.f Optimization, convergence and scalability
    • 1.3.f i Fast convergence requirements
    • 1.3.f ii Query propagation boundaries
    • 1.3.f iii IP FRR (single hop)
    • 1.3.f iv Leak-map with summary routes
    • 1.3.f v EIGRP stub with leak map

    1.4 OSPF (v2 and v3)

    • 1.4.a Adjacencies
    • 1.4.b Network types, area types
    • 1.4.c Path preference
    • 1.4.d Operations
    • 1.4.d i General operations
    • 1.4.d ii Graceful shutdown
    • 1.4.d iii GTSM (Generic TTL Security Mechanism)
    • 1.4.e Optimization, convergence and scalability
    • 1.4.e i Metrics
    • 1.4.e ii LSA throttling, SPF tuning, fast hello
    • 1.4.e iii LSA propagation control (area types)

    • 1.4.e iv Stub router
    • 1.4.e v Loop-free alternate
    • 1.4.e vi Prefix suppression

    1.5 BGP

    • 1.5.a IBGP and EBGP peer relationships
    • 1.5.a i Peer-group/update-group, template
    • 1.5.a ii Active, passive
    • 1.5.a iii Timers
    • 1.5.a iv Dynamic neighbors
    • 1.5.a v 4-bytes AS numbers
    • 1.5.a vi Private AS
    • 1.5.b Path selection
    • 1.5.b i Attributes
    • 1.5.b ii Best path selection algorithm
    • 1.5.b iii Load-balancing
    • 1.5.c Routing policies
    • 1.5.c i Attribute manipulation
    • 1.5.c ii Conditional advertisement
    • 1.5.c iii Outbound Route Filtering
    • 1.5.c iv Standard and extended communities
    • 1.5.c v Multi-homing
    • 1.5.d AS path manipulations
    • 1.5.d i local-AS, allowas-in, remove-private-as
    • 1.5.d ii Prepend
    • 1.5.d iii Regexp
    • 1.5.e Convergence and scalability
    • 1.5.e i Route reflector
    • 1.5.e ii Aggregation, as-set
    • 1.5.f Other BGP features
    • 1.5.f i Multipath, add-path
    • 1.5.f ii Soft reconfiguration, Route Refresh

    1.6 Multicast

      • 1.6.a Layer 2 multicast
      • 1.6.a i IGMPv2, IGMPv3
      • 1.6.a ii IGMP Snooping, PIM Snooping
      • 1.6.a iii IGMP Querier
      • 1.6.a iv IGMP Filter
      • 1.6.a v MLD
      • 1.6.b Reverse path forwarding check
      • 1.6.c PIM
      • 1.6.c i Sparse Mode
      • 1.6.c ii Static RP, BSR, AutoRP
      • 1.6.c iii Group to RP Mapping
      • 1.6.c iv Bidirectional PIM
      • 1.6.c v Source-Specific Multicast
      • 1.6.c vi Multicast boundary, RP announcement filter
      • 1.6.c vii PIMv6 Anycast RP
      • 1.6.c viii IPv4 Anycast RP using MSDP
      • 1.6.c ix Multicast multipath

      VPN

      3.1 MPLS

      • 3.1.a Operations
      • 3.1.a i Label stack, LSR, LSP
      • 3.1.a ii LDP
      • 3.1.a iii MPLS ping, MPLS traceroute

      3.1.b L3VPN

      • 3.1.b i PE-CE routing
      • 3.1.b ii MP-BGP VPNv4/VPNv6
      • 3.1.b iii Extranet (route leaking)

          SD – WAN

          2.2 Cisco SD-WAN

          • 2.2.a Design a Cisco SD-WAN solution
          • 2.2.a i Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
          • 2.2.a ii Management plane (vManage)
          • 2.2.a iii Control plane (vSmart, OMP)
          • 2.2.a iv Data plane (vEdge/cEdge)

          2.2.b  WAN edge deployment

          • 2.2.b i Onboarding new edge routers

          • 2.2.b ii Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/Plug-And-Play
          • 2.2.b iii OMP
          • 2.2.b iv TLOC
          • 2.2.c Configuration templates
          • 2.2.d Localized policies
          • 2.2.e Centralized policies

          SD – Access

          2.1 Cisco SD Access

          2.1.a Design a Cisco SD Access solution

          • 2.1.a i Underlay network (IS-IS, manual/PnP)
          • 2.1.a ii Overlay fabric design (LISP, VXLAN, Cisco TrustSec)
          • 2.1.a iii Fabric domains (single-site and multi-site using SD-WAN transit)

          2.1.b Cisco SD Access deployment

          • 2.1.b i Cisco DNA Center device discovery and device management
          • 2.1.b ii Add fabric node devices to an existing fabric
          • 2.1.b iii Host onboarding (wired endpoints only)
          • 2.1.b iv Fabric border handoff

          2.1.c Segmentation

          • 2.1.c i Macro-level segmentation using VNs
          • 2.1.c ii Micro-level segmentation using SGTs (using Cisco ISE)

          2.1.d Assurance

          • 2.1.d i Network and client health (360)
          • 2.1.d ii Monitoring and troubleshooting

            1.1 Layer 2 technologies

            • 1.1.a Link Aggregation
            • 1.1.a i vPC
            • 1.1.a ii PortChannel
            • 1.1.b Tagging/Trunking
            • 1.1.c Static Path binding
            • 1.1.d Spanning Tree Protocol
            • 1.1.d i PVST
            • 1.1.d ii MST

            1.2 Routing Protocols and features

            • 1.2.a OSPF (v2 and v3)
            • 1.2.a i Authentication
            • 1.2.a ii Adjacencies
            • 1.2.a iii Network types and Area
            • Types
            • 1.2.a iv LSA Types
            • 1.2.a v Route
            • Aggregation/Summarization
            • 1.2.a vi Route Redistribution
            • 1.2.b ISIS
            • 1.2.b i Adjacencies
            • 1.2.b.i.1. Single area, single topology
              • 1.2.b ii Network types, Levels and Router
              • types
              • 1.2.b.ii.1. NSAP addressing
              • 1.2.b.ii.2. Point-to-point, broadcast
              • 1.2.c BGP
              • 1.2.c i Path Selection
              • 1.2.c ii External and Internal Peering
              • 1.2.c iii Route reflectors and Route Server
              • 1.2.c iv Peer Templates
              • 1.2.c v Multi-Hop EBGP
              • 1.2.c vi Route Aggregation/Summarization1.2.c vii Route Redistribution
              • 1.2.d BFD
              • 1.2.e FHRP

              1.3 Multicast protocols

              • 1.3.a PIM
              • 1.3.a i Sparse Mode
              • 1.3.a ii BiDir
              • 1.3.a iii Static RP, BSR, AutoRP, PhantomRP1.3.a iv IPv4 PIM Anycast
              • 1.3.a v IPv4 Anycast RP using MSDP
              • 1.3.b IGMP
              • 1.3.b i IGMPv2, IGMPv3
              • 1.3.b ii IGMP Snooping
              • 1.3.b iii IGMP Querier

              Data center fabric infrastructure

              2.1 Physical fabric components

              • 2.1.a Fabric Discovery
              • 2.1.b Controllers/Network
                Managers
              • 2.1.c Switches

              2.2 Fabric policies

              • 2.2.a Access Policies
              • 2.2.b Multi Tenancy
              • 2.2.c Monitoring Policies

              2.3 Tenant Policies

              • 2.3.a Application profiles and EPGs
              • 2.3.b Networking
              • 2.3.c Security

              2.4 Fabric Monitoring

              • 2.4.a Faults
              • 2.4.b Events
              • 2.4.c Health indicators
              • 2.4.d Audit Logs

              2.5 Virtual Networking

              • 2.5.a vSphere VDS

              Data center fabric Connectivity

              3.1 VRF lite

              3.2 L3Out

              • 3.2.a OSPF
              • 3.2.a i Authentication
              • 3.2.a ii Adjacencies
              • 3.2.a iii Network types and Area

              Types

              • 3.2.a iv Route Redistribution
              • 3.2.b BGP
              • 3.2.b i AS manipulation
              • 3.2.b ii External and Internal

              Peering

              • 3.2.b iii Route reflectors
              • 3.2.b iv Route Redistribution
              • 3.2.c Transit Routing

              3.3 Inter Fabric connectivity

              • 3.3.a Multi-Pod
              • 3.3.b Multi-Site
              • 3.3.c Virtual POD
              • 3.3.d remote Leaf

              3.4 Overlays

              • 3.4.a VXLAN EVPN

              Data Center Compute

              4.1 Compute Resources

              • 4.1.a UCSM Policies, Profiles and
                Templates
              • 4.1.b Hyperflex

              4.2 Compute Connectivity

              • 4.2.a SAN/LAN uplinks
              • 4.2.b Rack server integration
              • 4.2.c Port Modes

              Data Center Storage Protocols and Features

              5.1 FC and FCoE

              • 5.1.a Zoning
              • 5.1.b NPV/NPIV
              • 5.1.c Trunking
              • 5.1.d Portchannel
              • 5.1.e Load Balancing

              5.2 iSCSI

              • 5.2.a Authentication
              • 5.2.b Multipathing

              5.3 RoCE v2 over IP Networks

              6.1 Security features

              • 6.1.a ACL’s
              • 6.1.b First Hop Security
              • 6.1.c Port security
              • 6.1.d Private VLANs
              • 6.1.e Contracts

              6.2 RBAC

              • 6.2.a Radius
              • 6.2.b TACACS+
              • 6.2.c LDAP
              • 6.2.d AAA

              6.3 Network Services Insertion and
              Redirection

              • 6.3.a Policy Based Routing
              • 6.3.b Policy Based Redirection
              • 6.3.c Inter VRF communication
              • 6.3.d Route Targets
              • 6.3.e Prefix Lists

              6.4 Services

              • 6.4.a Flow/Telemetry Export
              • 6.4.b SPAN
              • 6.4.c SNMP
              • 6.4.d Syslog
              • 6.4.e DHCP
              • 6.4.f NTP/PTP

              6.5 Traffic management

              • 6.5.a Queueing
              • 6.5.b Policing
              • 6.5.c Classification/Marking
              • 6.5.d Scheduling
              • 6.5.e CoPP

              Data Center Automation and
              Orchestration using tools

              7.1 Data center tasks using scripts
              (Python and Ansible) 

              • 7.1.a Create, Read, Update, Delete
                using RESTful APIs
                7.1.b Deploy and modify
                configurations
                7.1.c Statistics, Data Collection

              7.2 Data Center Automation and
              Orchestration using tools

              • 7.2.a DCNM
              • 7.2.b UCSD
              • 7.2.b i Tasks
              • 7.2.b ii Workflows
              • 7.2.b iii Catalog
              • 7.2.c Intersight
              • 7.2.d CloudCenter Suite
              • 7.2.d i Applications
              • 7.2.d ii Deployments
              • 7.2.d iii Action Orchest

              Radio Frequency and Standards

              • 1.1 IEEE 802.11 standards and protocols
              • 1.2 RF Design / Site survey
                1.2.a Define the tasks/goals for a preliminary site survey
                1.2.b Conduct the site survey
                1.2.c Determine AP quantity, placement and antenna type
              • 1.3 Indoor and outdoor RF deployments
                1.3.a Coverage
                1.3.b Throughput
                1.3.c Voice
                1.3.d Location
                1.3.e High Density / Very High Density
              • 1.4 RF operational models
                1.4.a Radio resource management (Auto-RF, manual, hybrid, Flexible Radio
                Assignment, TPC and DCA, CHD)
                1.4.b Channel use (Co-channel, radar, non-WiFi interference, Dynamic
                Bandwidth Selection)
                1.4.c Power level, overlap
                1.4.d RF profiles
                1.4.e Data rates
                1.4.f RX-SOP
                1.4.g CleanAir and EDRRM
                1.4.h Air Time Fairness (ATF)

              Enterprise Wired Campus

              • 2.1 Layer 2 technologies to support wireless deployments
                2.1.a VLANs
                2.1.b STP
                2.1.c Etherchannel
                2.1.d CDP, LLDP
              • 2.2 Data/Control plane technologies to support a SD-Access wireless deployment
                2.2.a VXLAN and LISP
                2.2.b VRFs
              • 2.3 AP powering options

              • 2.4 IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity
                2.4.a Subnetting
                2.4.b Static and inter-VLAN routing

              • 2.5 Multicast on the switching infrastructure
                2.5.a PIM
                2.5.b Basic IGMP (including IGMP snooping)
                2.5.c MLD
              • 2.6 QoS on the switching infrastructure
                2.6.a MQC
                2.6.b MLS QoS
              • 2.7 Services to support a wireless deployment
                2.7.a DNS
                2.7.b DHCPv4 / DHCPv6
                2.7.c NTP, SNTP
                2.7.d SYSLOG
                2.7.e SNMP

              Enterprise Wireless Network

              • 3.1 WLC interfaces and ports
              • 3.2 Lightweight APs
                3.2.a AP modes
                3.2.b AP Logging
                3.2.c AP CLI troubleshooting
                3.2.d AP level configuration settings
                3.2.e WLC discovery and AP join process
                3.2.f AP join profile
              • 3.3 High availability, redundancy, and resilience
                3.3.a SSO
                3.3.b N+1, N+N
                3.3.c Patching and rolling upgrades for IOS-XE
                3.3.d ISSU
              • 3.4 Wireless segmentation with profiles and groups
                3.4.a RF profiles
                3.4.b AP groups
                3.4.c Flex groups
                3.4.d Site tag
                3.4.e RF tag
                3.4.f Policy tag
                3.5 FlexConnect and Office Extend
                3.6 All controller deployment models
                3.7 Mesh
                3.8 WGB on IOS and on COS APs

              • 3.9 Controller Mobility
                3.9.a L2/L3 roaming
                3.9.b Multicast optimization
                3.9.c Mobility group scaling
                3.9.d Inter-OS controller mobility
                3.9.e Mobility anchoring
                3.9.f Mobility encryption

              Wireless Security and Identity Management

              • 4.1 Secure management access and control plane
                4.1.a Device administration with TACACS+/RADIUS
                4.1.b CPU ACLs
                4.1.c Management via wireless and dynamic interface
                4.1.d Password policies
                4.1.e AP authorization

              • 4.2 Identity management
                4.2.a Basic PKI for dot1X and WebAuth
                4.2.b Internal and external identity sources
                4.2.c Identity PSK

              • 4.3 Wireless security and Network access policies
                4.3.a Client authentication and authorization
                4.3.b Client profiling and provisioning
                4.3.c RADIUS attributes
                4.3.d CoA
                4.3.e ACLs
                4.3.f L2/L3 security
                4.3.g Certificates
                4.3.h Local policies
              • 4.4 Guest management
                4.4.a Local web authentication
                4.4.b Central web authentication
                4.4.c Basic sponsor policy
              • 4.5 Access Point switchport authentication
                4.5.a MAB
                4.5.b 802.1X
                4.5.c NEAT
                4.5.d Switchport macros
              • 4.6 TrustSec for SD-Access Wireless
                4.6.a SGTs
                4.6.b SGACLs

              • 4.7 Intrusion detection and prevention features
                4.7.a Rogue policies
                4.7.b MFP
                4.7.c Standards and custom signatures
                4.7.d Client exclusion policies
                4.7.e Switchport tracing

              Wireless business applications and services

              • 5.1 QoS policies
                5.1.a QoS profiles
                5.1.b EDCA
                5.1.c WMM
                5.1.d Bi-Directional Rate Limitting
                5.1.e Admission control
                5.1.f QoS maps
                5.1.g FastLane
              • 5.2 AVC and netflow

              • 5.3 Client roaming optimization
                5.3.a Band Select
                5.3.b Load Balancing
                5.3.c 802.11r and Adaptive Fast Transition
                5.3.d 802.11k/v

              • 5.4 Wireless Multicast
                5.4.a Multicast modes in the controllers
                5.4.b Multicast snooping
                5.4.c Multicast direct
                5.4.d Mulitcast VLAN
              • 5.5 mDNS
                5.5.a mDNS proxy
                5.5.b Service discovery (both classic deployment and Wide Area Bonjour)
                5.5.c Service filtering

              Automation, Analytics, and Assurance

              • 6.1 Prime Infrastructure
                6.1.a Basic operations
                6.1.a i Create and deploy templates
                6.1.a ii Operate maps
                6.1.a iii Import infrastructure devices
                6.1.a iv Audits
                6.1.a v Client troubleshooting
                6.1.a vi Notification receivers
                6.1.a vii Reports
                6.1.a viii Monitoring policies
                6.1.a ix Prime Infrastructure jobs
                6.1.b WLAN Security management
                6.1.b i Configure rogue management
                6.1.b ii Manage alarms and events
              • 6.2 Cisco CMX/DNA Spaces
                6.2.a Management access
                6.2.b Network services
                6.2.b i Analytics & Metrics
                6.2.b ii Location
                6.2.b iii Profiles
                6.2.b iv Engage
                6.2.c Operational Insights
                6.2.d API calls using python scripts
              • 6.3 Cisco DNA Center
                6.3.a Wireless Automation
                6.3.a i Day 0 – Provisioning
                6.3.a ii SWIM
                6.3.a iii Application policies
                6.3.a iv Security policies
                6.3.a v Operate Maps
                6.3.b Assurance
                6.3.b i Network health and WLC/AP 360
                6.3.b ii Client health and client 360
                6.3.b iii Application experience
                6.3.b iv Sensors
                6.3.b v iPCAP and on demand captures
                6.3.b vi Network telemetry
                6.3.c SD Access
                6.3.c i Fabric enabled wireless
                6.3.c ii SDA policy and segmentatioN
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