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  1. Hi everyone. Does anyone have the full version of the workbook hcielabs-demo-v3-Lab1.pdf? [Hidden Content] Please share. Thanks.
  2. Thank you! Maybe do you have lab preparation and interview workbooks either?
  3. Hi everyone. Looking for HCIE 3.0 lab guide. Please share if you can. Thanks all!
  4. The Maintaining Cisco Service Provider Routing Protocols (MSPRP) course is a five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course, intended to help prepare individuals to pass the Cisco Certified Network Professional: Service Provider Operations (Cisco CCNP® SP Operations) certification exams. This course and certification will also prepare and validate learner proficiency in monitoring and troubleshooting interior gateway protocols (IGPs) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) on the service provider core next generation networking network. This course is designed to provide learners with the knowledge needed to provide support in a service-provider environment using an IGP such as Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) or Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS) and BGP. It also provides learners with an understanding of advanced routing policies using route maps with Cisco IOS Software and Routing Policy Language (RPL) with Cisco IOS XR Software. The course also focuses on monitoring and troubleshooting these technologies in service provider environments. The course is also intended to help prepare students for the CCNP SP Operations certification exam. [Hidden Content]
  5. Implementing Cisco MPLS Traffic Engineering & Other Features (MPLST) 2.0 Prerequisites BGP, QoS, MPLS or equivalent background Course Content The Implementing Cisco MPLS Traffic Engineering and Other Features (MPLST) course is recommended training for individuals seeking advanced MPLS based knowledge and skills. The course will enable learners to gather information from the technology basics to some of the more updated features and functions such as Traffic Engineering, Carrier Supporting Carrier and Any Transport over MPLS (AToM). The focus of the course is on technology issues of MPLS from the Service Providers perspective and how to configure some of those features and functions in an existing routed environment COURSE OBJECTIVES After completing this course the student should be able to: Identify MPLS's peer-to-peer architecture and explain label allocation, routing update distribution and packet forwarding model in this architecture Given a working MPLS network and diagram of a network, used the CISCO IOS commands required to successfully configure, monitor, and troubleshoot service provider support using the MPLS Carrier supporting Carrier service. Identify the MPLS Traffic Engineering architecture and explain how MPLS implements traffic engineering, establishes the constraint-based path and assigning traffic to traffic trunks Given a working MPLS network and diagram of a network, used the CISCO IOS commands required to successfully configure, monitor, and troubleshoot MPLS Traffic Engineering. Given a working MPLS network and diagram of a network, used the CISCO IOS commands required to successfully implement a defined SLA using the MPLS QoS services Given a working MPLS network and diagram of a network, used the CISCO IOS commands required to successfully configure, monitor, and troubleshoot layer-2 services using the Any Transport over MPLS service. Given a working MPLS network and diagram of a network, used the CISCO IOS commands required to successfully configure, monitor, and troubleshoot IPv6 support in a MPLS environment. Course Outline Module 1: MPLS VPN ReviewMPLS Label Assignment and Distribution Frame-Mode/Cell-Mode Module 2: Carrier Supporting Carrier (CsC) Module 3: MPLS Traffic Engineering Technology Module 4: Configuring MPLS Traffic Engineering Module 5: MPLS Quality of Service Module 6: Any Transport over MPLS (AToM) Module 7: MPLS IPv6 support Who Should Attend Employees Channel Partner/Reseller Customers [Hidden Content]
  6. Implementing Cisco MPLS (MPLS) 2.2 Prerequisites Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification or equivalent level of working knowledge and experience Completion of CCNA Basics and ICND courseware is recommended training for CCNA Equivalent knowledge and skill that can be acquired by attending Cisco's training courses Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) and Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers (BGP) Practical experience with deploying and operating networks based on Cisco network devices and Cisco IOS is strongly recommended The QoS course is highly recommended because QoS knowledge is assumed in several sections of the course Course Content MPLS integrates the performance and traffic-management capabilities of data link Layer 2 with the scalability and flexibility of network Layer 3 routing. When used in conjunction with other standard technologies, MPLS allows service providers the ability to support value-added features that are critical for their networks. The focus of this course is on MPLS technology issues as those issues apply to service providers and on how to configure new features and functions in an existing routed environment. Upon completion of the course, students will have the knowledge and skills to: Describe the features of MPLS Describe how MPLS labels are assigned and distributed Identify the Cisco IOS tasks and command syntax necessary to implement MPLS on frame-mode Cisco IOS platforms Describe the MPLS peer-to-peer architecture and explain the routing and packet forwarding model in this architecture Identify the Cisco IOS command syntax required to successfully configure, monitor, and troubleshoot VPN operations Identify how the MPLS VPN model can be used to implement managed services and internet access Describe the various internet access implementations that are available and the benefits and drawbacks of each model Provide an overview of MPLS Traffic Engineering Course Outline Module 1: MPLS Features Module 2: Label Assignment and Distribution Module 3: Frame-Mode MPLS Implementation on Cisco IOS Platforms Module 4: MPLS Virtual Private Network Technology Module 5: MPLS VPN Implementation Module 6: Complex MPLS VPNs Module 7: Internet Access and MPLS VPNs Module 8: MPLS Traffic Engineering Overview Who Should Attend Channel Partners Customers Employees [Hidden Content] Dear friends, If you have version 3.0, please share with us.
  7. Cisco IPv6 Fundamentals, Design and Deployment (IP6FD) 3.0 Prerequisites The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. Understanding of networking and routing (on CCNP level, but no certification required). Working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Course Content IPv6 Fundamentals, Design, and Deployment (IP6FD) v3.0 is an instructor-led course that is presented by Cisco Learning Partners to end-user customers. This five-day course provides network engineers and technicians who are working in the enterprise sector with the knowledge and skills that are needed to study and configure the IP version 6 (IPv6) features of Cisco IOS Software. The course also provides an overview of IPv6 technologies; covers IPv6 design and implementation; describes IPv6 operations, addressing, routing, services, and transition; and describes deployment of IPv6 in enterprise networks as well as in service provider networks. The course also includes case studies that are useful for deployment scenarios and remote labs. [Hidden Content]
  8. Could someone update links? Thank you.
  9. route 1.2 and advroute 1.2 have been shared in [Hidden Content] and [Hidden Content]
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