CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training by Orhan Ergun. As Orhan Ergun, I always aim to provide best training in the world. I started recently CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure training. In this post you will see why you should get this training, why you should get it from Orhan Ergun, what are the requirement to attend , what are the unique benefits, training outline and many other details.  

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training v1.0

  • New CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure training will prepare you for the new solutions of enterprise networks in today’s networking era.
  • This Training is more oriented on the basis of new and latest solutions instead of the legacy network technologies.

Benefits of Orhan Ergun CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training: 

  • 20 days – 10 Weekends – 2 and half months (80 hours, 4 hours each day, on weekends) training
  • CCIE IE Workbook and Classroom materials (More than five thousand (5000) pages)
  • It will be live training but self paced training will be provided when it is completed for free to the attendees
  • Attendees will receive all the session recordings
  • All the students are placed in a study group, 100s of people collobarate
  • Students talk immediately with Orhan Ergun for the mentorship!
  • When you want to attend CCDE Training, extra 20% discount

Why CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training from Orhan Ergun?

There are unique reasons why you should get this training from Orhan Ergun

  • 30% of the exam is design and Orhan Ergun has been teaching network design since many years and 100+ people passed even CCDE Practical exam with him
  • In this training, We will help to demonstrate over 100 Labs to the students for better understanding the technologies and the passing the exam
  • Study group and one to one mentorship for each student , similar to what Orhan has been doing for his CCDE students for many years
  • Workbooks , thousands of pages study materials , definitely will be much more than any of his competitor in the world
  • Self Paced study videos
  • Investment Protection – When you want to attend any of our other trainings such as CCIE SP , CCDE, Segment Routing etc, you will receive extra 30% discount over the course cost

What is the target audience for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training?

  • The primary audience for this course is network engineers that need be able to use an expert-level problem-solving process that includes options analysis to support complex network technologies and topologies.
  • The secondary audience is network designers that design and support complex network technologies and topologies

Prerequisites for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training:

There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure training, but you should have a thorough understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam. CCNP Level knowledge is enough to attend this training. For More info [email protected] Please contact with [email protected] for group or corporate trainings and any other non-technical topics.  

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training Outline:


Layer2 Protocols

Layer 2 Protocols
VLAN Technologies
Spanning-Tree Protocol
Switch Administration
2.1a IPv6 Basics
2.1b IPv6 Addressing
2.1c IPv6 Address Assingment
2.1d IPv6 Tunneling
2.1e IPv6 Packet Types
2.2a Adjacency
2.2b Best Path Selection
2.2c EIGRP Load Balancing
2.2d EIGRP Optimization & Features
2.3a Adjacency
2.3b Network Types & Area Types
2.3c Path Preference
2.3d OSPF Opmization & Features
2.3e OSPF Operations
2.4a iBGP & eBGP Relationship
2.4b BGP Path Selection
2.4c BGP Path Attributes
2.4d BGP Communities
2.4e BGP Optmizations
2.4f BGP Features
Layer 3 Features
2.5a VRF
2.5c Policy Based Routing
2.5d Biderectional Forwarding Detection
Layer 2 Multicast
3.1a IGMPv2 and IGMPv3
3.1b IGMP Snooping, PIM Snooping
3.1c IGMP  Querier
3.1d MLD
Layer 3 Multicast
3.2a Sparse Mode
3.2b RP Configurations
3.2c Bidirectional PIM
3.2d SSM
3.2e PIMv6 Anycast RP
3.2f MSDP
MPLS Basics
MPLS Operations
1.3a PE-CE Routing
1.3b MP-BGP
1.3c VPNv4 / VPNv6
1.3d VRF Route Leaking
Introduction to IPSEC Protocol
2.5a NHRP
2.5b DMVPN Phase 1
2.5c DMVPN Phase 2 (EIGRP & OSPF)
2.5d DMVPN Phase 3 (EIGRP & OSPF)
2.5e DMVPN Phase 3 with Dual Hub
2.5f Troubleshooting DMVPN
2.6a Introduction to IKEv2
2.6b IKEv2 Configuration with Pre-Shared Key
Flex VPN
2.7a introduction to Flex VPN
2.7b Flex VPN Configuration
2.7c MPLS Over Flex VPN
Device Security on Cisco IOS
Control Plane Policing
Switch Security
Router Security
IPv6 Security
IEEE 802.1x Port Based Authentication
Quality of Service
Layer 3 QoS using MQC
2.1a CoS and DSCP Mapping
2.1b Classification
2.1c Marking
2.1d NBAR
2.1e Policing & Shaping
2.1f Congestion Management and Avoidance
Network Services
First Hop Redundancy Protocol
3.1a HSRP
3.1b GLBP
3.1c VRRP
3.1d IPv6 Redundancy
DHCP on Cisco IOS
3.3a DHCP Options
3.3c Stateful, Stateless DHCPv6
IPv4 Network Address Translation
3.4a Static NAT/PAT
3.4b Dynamic NAT
3.4c Policy Based NAT
3.4d VRF-Aware NAT
Traffic Capture
IOS-XE Troubleshooting
Cisco SD-Access
Design a Cisco SD-Access
1.1a Introduction to Campus Network Fabric
1.1b Underlay and Overlay Network
1.1c Fabric Domains
Cisco SD-Access Deployment
1.2a Cisco DNA Center device discovery
1.2b Cisco DNA Center device management
1.2c Host Onboarding (Wired endpoint only)
1.2d Fabric Border Handoff
1.3a Macro-level Segmentation using VNs
1.3b Introduction to Cisco ISE for SD-Access
1.3c Cisco DNA Center and ISE Integration
1.3d Micro-level Segmentation using Cisco ISE
1.4a Network and Client Health 360
1.4b Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Cisco SD-WAN
Design a Cisco SD-WAN
2.1a Introduction to Cisco SD-WAN Solutions
2.2b Control Plane
2.2c Management Plane
2.2d Orchestration Plane
2.2e Data Plane
WAN Edge Deployment
2.2a Onbording New Edge Router
2.2b Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning
2.2c Plug-and-Play
2.2d OMP
2.2e TLOC
Configuration Templates
Localized Policies
Centralized Policies
Lab-1: Switch Administration
Lab-2: Spanning-Tree Protocol
Lab-3: EtherChannel
Lab-4: IPv6 Addressing
Lab-5: IPv6 Tunneling
Lab-6: Named EIGRP Configuration
Lab-7: EIGRP Load Balancing
Lab-8: EIGRP Optmization and Summarization
Lab-9: EIGRPv6 Configuration
Lab-10: OSPF Configuration Lab
Lab-11: OSPF Area Types Lab
Lab-12: OSPF Optmization, Features and Summarization
Lab-13: OSPFv3 Configuration
Lab-14: iBGP and eBGP Peering
Lab-15: Weight and Local Prefrence Attribute
Lab16: AS-Path and Origin Code Attribute
Lab-17: MED Attribute
Lab-18: BGP Route Filtering, Conditional Advertisement
Lab-19: Standard and Extended Community
Lab-20: Local-AS, Allowas-in, remove-private-as
Lab-21: BGP Prefix Aggregation
Lab-22: VRF, VRF-Lite Configuration
Lab-23: BFD and Policy Based Routing
Lab-24: IGMP Snooping & PIM Snooping Configuration
Lab-25: MLD Configuration
Lab-26: RP Confiugration (Static, Auto-RP & BSR)
Lab-27: MSDP Configuration
Lab-27: SSM Configuration
Lab-28 PIMv6 Anycast RP
Lab-30: MPLS L3 VPN Configuration
Lab-31: MPLS L3 VPN with BGP RR and Allowas-in/Asoveride
Lab-32: MPLS L3 VPN using VPNv6 Address Family
Lab-33: MPLS L3 VPN with Extranet (VRF Route Leaking)
Lab-34: GRE VPN
Lab-35: GRE Over IPSEC
Lab-36 MGRE Over IPSEC
Lab-37 DMVPN Phase I
Lab-38: DMVPN Phase II and Phase III (EIGRP)
Lab-39: DMVPN Phase II and Phase III (OSPF)
Lab-40: DMVPN Phase III with Dual Hub
Lab-41: IKEv2 VPN with Pre-Shared Key
Lab-42: Flex VPN Configuration
Lab-43: MPLS Over Flex VPN
Lab-45: Switch Security/Router Security/Control Plane Policing
Lab-46: IPv6 ACL
Lab-47: 802.1X Authentication using local database
Lab-48: QoS Configuration on Cisco Router – Marking/Classifying
Lab-49 NBAR
Lab-50 Policing & Shaping
Lab-51: HSRP
Lab-52 VRRP
Lab-53: GLBP
Lab-54: IPv6 Redundancy
Lab-55: Stateful/Stateless DHCPv6
Lab-56: Static NAT/PAT, Dynamic NAT
Lab-57: Dynamic NAT, Policy Based NAT
Lab-58: VRF Aware NAT
Lab-59: IP SLA, Netflow, Traffic Capture
Lab-61: SDA LAN Automation with PnP
Lab-62: SDA Configuration Template
Lab-63: SDA Identity Policy with ISE
Lab-64: SDA Application Policy (Easy QoS)
Lab-65: SDA Device Admin
Lab-66: SDA Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Lab-67 SD-WAN Secure Control Plane Bring Up
Lab-68 SD-WAN Data Plane Bring Up
Lab-69: SD-WAN Overlay Management Protocol (OMP)
Lab-70: SD-WAN vManage Template
Lab-71: SD-WAN vSmart Policies
Lab-72: SD-WAN vAnalaytic
Lab-73: Troubleshooting SD-WAN

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Orhan Ergun

Orhan Ergun, CCIE/CCDE Trainer, Author of Many Networking Books, Network Design Advisor, and Cisco Champion 2019/2020/2021

He created OrhanErgun.Net 10 years ago and has been serving the IT industry with his renowned and awarded training.

Wrote many books, mostly on Network Design, joined many IETF RFCs, gave Public talks at many Forums, and mentored thousands of his students.  

Today, with his carefully selected instructors, OrhanErgun.Net is providing IT courses to tens of thousands of IT engineers. 

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