CCIE R&S Training in India | Cisco Certification


Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) in R&S is highest level of Cisco certification in Routing & Switching track. We offer CCIE R&S Training with 100% placement guarantee to our fresher graduate students. This program is designed in such a way that job placements are automatically assured after completion of the course. CCIE R&S certification integrated course consists of CCNA R&S, CCNP R&S and CCIE R&S back to back in which we start from basics and cover in-depth of R&S technologies. After completion of CCIE R&S course training from us candidate will have to go through CCIE R&S written exam. After clearing CCIE R&S written exam, he/she can either start preparing for CCIE R&S Lab exam or contact placement team to process their CV's for placements.

About Job Placement Guarantee

We provide 100% written job placement guarantee to students enrolling for any CCIE Integrated course training package. 2-3 Lacs is guaranteed without appearing for any exam, based on your skills. After clearing CCIE R&S (Lab + written) exam starting package 4-5Lacs is guaranteed.

Note: Placement guarantee is only applicable for graduates. Graduation may either be regular or distance and in any stream (Computers, Engineering, Commerce, Arts, Science, etc.).

Devices Used for CCIE R&S Training

    Routers : 2611xm, 1841, 2811, 3640, 2911 Series Cisco routers
    Switches: 2950, 2960, 3550, 3560, 3750 Series Cisco switches

More About CCIE

CCIE Certification was started with an aim to polish and advance technical skills of Network Engineers worldwide, giving them an opportunity to update their technical skills and knowledge about Cisco products and enabled networks. Being the highest paid and most demanded certification of the world, CCIE has allowed network engineers to maintain and increase their worth as a highly skilled IT professional of the world.

Value of CCIE R&S Certification
Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert – Routing & Switching as certification offers incomparable growth and scope opportunities to its applicants. Be it a fresher or experienced, CCIE R&S certification has never failed to do wonders for its apprentices. Routing and Switching technologies form basis of each and every other Cisco certification one wishes to pursue. Be it CCNA, CCNP or CCIE in any track, knowledge of R&S technologies form the basis of other higher or professional level certifications. Talking about the value of R&S technologies, scope of R&S is evergreen. Candidates who aspire to a part of ever-growing networking industry need to obtain quality training on R&S (at least up to CCNP level) for better understanding of other technologies in the market.

Course Contents

Cisco Certified Network Associate : 200-120

  1. Describe the purpose and basic operation of protocols in OSI and TCP/IP models and determining the data flow amonest two different hosts within a network.
  2. Installing, configuring and troubleshooting basic networking hardware that is Routers (1841, 2611XM, 2801, 2811) and Switches (2950, 2960, 3550, 3750 series). Concepts like IOS installation, password recovery, and hardware up-gradations will be covered.
  3. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting basic concepts of layer 2 switching and predicting the data flow.
  4. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting STP, VLANs, CAM, and Ether channels.
  5. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 3 addressing routing protocols for IPV4 and IPV6 (subnetting and summarization).
  6. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting routing protocols for IPV4 and IPV6. Topics like OSPF (single and multi-area) and EIGRP (load balancing, equal and unequal) are covered.
  7. Introduction to WAN: Getting familiar with WAN protocol and devices. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 3 protocols like Frame relay, HDLC, PPP, NAT, etc. Introduction to MPLS.
  8. Understanding IP services like DHCP, SNMP, Netflow, FHRP, and NTP.
  9. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 2 security, layer 3 security that is ACL (standard,extended,named) , SSH and Secret password. 

Cisco Certified Network Professional - R&S

Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) : 300-101
  1. Introduction to CEF, ICMP TCP and UDP operations (MSS, MTU, Windowing, Starvation and Latency).
  2. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting PPP, PPPOE, MPPP, Frame Relay and Layer2 Authentication.
  3. Introduction TO VRF Lite, Route-Maps and Policy-Based Routing.
  4. Explain EIGRP working, filtering ,summarization, default route origination and redistribution. EIGRP SIA, EIGRP Authentication, Equal and Unequal Load Balancing.
  5. Understanding OSPF - OSPF packet types, area types and OSPF LSA like router network and summary LSA. OSPF filtering and summarization, concept of ABR and ASBR.
  6. Introduction to Path Vector Protocol i.e. BGP. BGP neighbor relationship EBGP and IBGP, and BGP path attributes. BGP patch selection.
  7. Explain the working of VPN technologies like GRE, DMVPN and EVN.
  8. Understanding layer 3 security features like ACL (standard, named and timebased), ACS (Radius, Tacacs+) and IPV6 filtering.
  9. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting infrastructure services like NTP, DHCP, NAT (NAT PT, NAT64, NPTV6), IP SLA and Netflow v5, v9.

Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH) : 300-115

  1. Introduction to SDM (switch device manager), CAM and TCAM.
  2. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting VLANs, VTPV1, VTPV2 AND VTPV3. Configuring Swtichport Access, Trunk, and Dynamic.
  3. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting STP, PVST +, MST AND RVPST. Describing STP features like priority, guards like bpduguard, rootguard, and bpdufilter.
  4. Introduction to stacking, layer two and three Etherchannels with configuration and troubleshooting examples.
  5. Understanding, configuring, troubleshooting switching security with DHCP snooping (IP SOURCE GUARD, DYNAMIC ARP INSPECTION), Private VLAN, and Storm control.
  6. Understanding, configuring, and troubleshooting HSRP, GLBP VRP.

Troubleshooting and maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT) : 300-135

  1. Case study on layer2 and layer 3 technologies for better understanding of some unique scenarios.
  2. Troubleshooting IOS up-gradation password recovery.
  3. Developing multiprotocol scenarios and understanding protocol specific issues like Floating Static Routes and Discard route availability.
  4. Troubleshooting layer2 and layer 3 mixed scenarios in a strategic manner.
  5. Understand rapid PST and MST convergence and troubleshooting it.
  6. Troubleshooting routing protocol (EIGRP, OSPF, and RIP) redistribution, filtering, configuration and summarization with their respective features like EIGRP Stub, OSPF NSSA etc.
  7. Troubleshooting routing protocol convergence with EGP i.e. BGP
  8. Troubleshooting IP services like NTP, DHCNP, NAT, and ACL.
  9. Troubleshooting router and switch security.
  10. Troubleshooting VPN i.e. GRE.

Troubleshooting and maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT) : 300-135

  1. Understand, configure and troubleshoot Switching of concepts like CAM, TCAM, VLANS.VTP (V1, V2,V3), PVST+, RPVST+, MST, PRIVATE VLANS, IGMP (V1,V2,V3), PPP, PPPOE, CHAP, and PAP.
  2. Understand, configure and troubleshoot Routing concepts like IP Addressing, VLSM, Redistribution, Filtering, PBR, Administrative Distance, Automatic and Manual Summarization, and BDF.
  3. Understand, configure and troubleshoot EIRGP Concepts for IPV4 and IPV6 including Configuration, Summarization, EIGRP leak maps, Load Balancing, Metric Tweaking (wide and classic both).
  4. Understand, configure and troubleshoot OSPF concepts like OSPF (v2 and v3), multi Area, LSA (1,2,3,4,5,7,9) and Route type (n1,n2,e1,e2).
  5. Understand, configure and troubleshoot RIP concepts including RIP Ver2, Summarizations, redistribution and authentication.
  6. Understand, configure and troubleshoot VPN,  MPLS and DMVPN technologies like IDP, VRF, PE=CE Connectivity with different Routing protocols, LFIB, L3 VPN, DMVpn, NHRP with IPSec, QoS profile and pre-classify.
  7. Understand, configure and troubleshoot BGP including Address Family, Path Attributes, Routes-Maps, Filtering, EBGP, IBGP, Route-Reflector, and Confederation.
  8. Understand, configure and troubleshoot Security concepts like ACL, Dynamic, Standard and Extended, Port- Security, DHCP snooping, Private – VLAN, Source-Guard, AAA, and SNMP.
  9. Understand, configure and troubleshoot IP Services: FTP, TFTP, HTTP, Telnet, SNMP (V2 and V3), syslog, Timestamping, HSRP, GLBP, VRRP, NTP and NAT.
  10. Understand, configure and troubleshoot Multicasting for IPV4 and IPV6: PIM spares and Dense, RP (Static, auto, and BSR), SSM, MSDP, RPF failure, and SA Filter.
  11. Understand, configure and troubleshoot GOS, COS, DSCP Mapping, IP Precedence, TOS and DSCP, Classification, Marking, Shaping, Policing, WRED, and Only at Router.