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CCIE Routing and Switching Study Group
CCIE Routing and Switching Study Group
Welcome to the CCIE Routing & Switching Study Group, the place on the Cisco Learning Network where you can ask questions and share ideas with other members as you prepare for your Certification. This page has been completely redesigned to help you quickly find information you are looking for by organizing discussions into categories according to the exam topics.
General discussions on exam policies, best practices, and other "uncategorized" CCIE Routing and Switching topics.

Written ExamWritten Exam
Discussions on the written exam study material, preparation strategies, scheduling logistics and written exam format.

Lab ExamLab Exam
Discussions on the lab exam study material, preparation strategies, scheduling logistics and lab exam format.

Lab EquipmentLab Equipment
Discussions on the lab exam hardware, virtual and software equipment.
  Network Principles
Network TheoryNetwork Theory
Discussions about IOS, IOS XE, CEF, Network challenges, IP, TCP and UDP operations.

Network Implementation and OperationNetwork Implementation and Operation
Discussions about changes to a network, troubleshooting tools, methodologies and packet capture.
  Layer 2 Technologies
LAN Switching TechnologiesLAN Switching Technologies
Discussions about L2 protocols, VLAN, Trunking, EtherChannel, Spanning-tree, SPAN and chassis virtualization and aggregation technologies.

Layer 2 MulticastLayer 2 Multicast
Discussions about IGMP, MLD and PIM snooping.

Layer 2 WAN Circuit TechnologiesLayer 2 WAN Circuit Technologies
Discussions about HDLC, PPP, WAN rate-based ethernet circuits.
  Layer 3 Technologies
Layer 3 MulticastLayer 3 Multicast
Discussions about PIM, MSDP, IPv6 multicast and RPF.

Fundamental Routing ConceptsFundamental Routing Concepts
Discussions about static and default routing, routing protocol types, admin distance, routing filtering, redistribution, summarization, policy-based routing, BFD and loop prevention mechanisms.

RIP (v2 and v6)RIP (v2 and v6)
Discussions about RIPv2 and RIPv6

EIGRP (for IPv4 and IPv6)EIGRP (for IPv4 and IPv6)
Discussions about EIGRP packet types, neighbor relationship, path selection, operations, stub, load-balancing, named-mode, convergence and scalability.

OSPF (v2 and v3)OSPF (v2 and v3)
Discussions about OSPF packet types, neighbor relationship, path preference, operations, convergence and scalability.

Discussions about iBGP and eBGP peering, attributes, best-path selection, routing policies, AS path manipulation and convergence features.

ISIS (for IPv4 and IPv6)ISIS (for IPv4 and IPv6)
Discussions about ISIS neighbor relationship, operations and features.
  VPN Technologies
Discussions about Tunneling technologies, including GRE, MPLS L2VPN, MPLS L3VPN, DMVPN, and IPv6 tunneling techniques.

Discussions about IPsec and GET VPN.
  Infrastructure Security
Device SecurityDevice Security
Discussions about AAA, device access control, control-plane policing, TACACS+ and RADIUS.

Network SecurityNetwork Security
Discussions about Switch and Router security features, IPv6 First Hop security and 802.1x.
  Infrastructure Services
System ManagementSystem Management
Discussions about Device management, SNMP and logging.

Quality of ServiceQuality of Service
Discussions about end to end QoS, MQC and Layer 2 QoS.

Network ServicesNetwork Services
Discussions about First Hop redundancy protocols, NTP, DHCP and NAT.

Network OptimizationNetwork Optimization
Discussions about IP SLA, Tracking object, Netflow, EEM and Performance Routing.


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