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Cisco CCIE Service Provider certification is for expert-level SP network engineers who bring the information and ability to make a protractile Service Provider infrastructure to deliver rich managed services. Other skilled certifications or training courses are not needed. Instead, candidates should first pass a written qualification exam then the corresponding active lab exam.

Section 1 – OSPF Configuring OSPF on Ethernet Configuring Virtual Links Configuring OSPF Authentication Route Summarization & LSA Filtering Configuring Area Types Section 2 – IS-IS Basic IS-IS Configuration – Single Area IS-IS Authentication IS-IS Multi-Area Configuration Configuring Route Leaking Route Summarization Route Redistribution Section 3 – BGP Configuring eBGP Configuring BGP Authentication Configuring iBGP Route Filtering using ACL & Prefix- Lists Route Filtering using AS-Path Filters Configuring Route Aggregation Configuring Confederations Configuring Route Manipulations using BGP Attributes Section 4 – IPv6 Configuring RIPng Configuring EIGRP v6 Configuring OSPF v3 Configuring IS-IS Configuring BGP Configuring IPv6 Over IPv4 Section 5 – BFD Configuring BFD for EIGRP Configuring BFD for OSPF Configuring BFD for IS-IS Configuring BFD for BGP Section 6 – Multicast Routing Configuring Multicast Routing Using PIM – Static RP Configuring Multicast Routing Using PIM – Multiple RP’s Configuring Multicast Routing Using PIM – Auto-RP Configuring Multicast Routing Using PIM – BSR Configuring Multicast Routing Using PIM – MDSP Section 7 – Configuring MPLS Unicast Routing Configuring MPLS Unicast Routing Securing LDP Section 8 – Intra-AS MPLS VPN Configuring MPLS VPN with Static Routes between PE-CE Configuring MPLS VPN with RIPv2 as PE-CE Routing Protocol Configuring MPLS VPN with EIGRP as PE-CE Routing Protocol Configuring MPLS VPN with BGP as PE-CE Routing Protocol Configuring MPLS VPN with OSPF as PE-CE Routing Protocol Configuring Domain-ID for OSPF PE-CE Routing Configuring OSPF Sham-Link Configuring MPLS VPN Extranets Configuring Export Maps Configuring Import Maps

Section 9 – Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPNs Configuring VRF Lite Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN Using Option 1 – VRF Lite Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN Using Option 2A – MP-eBGP on ASBR using Next-Hop-Self Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN Using Option 2B – MP-eBGP on ASBR using Redistribute Connected Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN Using Option 3 – MP-eBGP between PE Routers Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN Using Option 3 – MP-eBGP between RR Routers Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN Using Option 4 – Non-VPN Transit Provider Section 10 – Carrier Supporting Carrier (CSC) Configuring Carrier Supporting Carriers (CSC) – Customer Carrier IP Only Configuring Carrier Supporting Carriers (CSC) – Customer Carrier Running MPLS Configuring Carrier Supporting Carriers (CSC) – Customer Carrier Running MPLS VPN Section 11 – Configuring IPv6 over MPLS VPN Configuring the Core Network based on MPLS Unicast Routing Configuring an IPv6 Over MPLS VPN Section 12 – Configuring Layer 2 MPLS VPNs Implementing AToM – Ethernet VLAN over MPLS Implementing AToM – HDLC over MPLS Implementing AToM – PPP over MPLS Implementing AToM – Frame Relay over MPLS Implementing AToM – Frame-Relay-Ethernet VLAN over MPLS Implementing AToM – Frame-Relay-Ethernet VLAN Using Local Switching Configuring L2TPv3 – Hairpinning (Local Switching) Configuring L2TPv3 – Remote Peers Configuring VPLS – Multipoint Service Configuring H-VPLS – Multipoint Service Section 13 – Configuring MPLS TE Configuring the SP Core Network with MPLS Unicast Routing Configuring MPLS TE – Static Tunnels Configuring MPLS TE – Dynamic Tunnels Configuring MPLS TE – Dynamic Tunnels with Pre-emption Configuring MPLS TE with IS-IS Configuring MPLS TE – Link Protection with Fast Re-Route (FRR) Section 14 – Configuring Multicast VPN Configuring the SP Core Network with MPLS Unicast Routing Configuring Multicast VPN (M-VPN) using Static RP Configuring Multicast VPN (M-VPN) using Auto RP Section 15 – Configuring MPLS on IOS-XR/IOS-XE Configuring the SP Core Network with MPLS Unicast Routing Configuring Intra-AS MPLS VPN using EIGRP as PE-CE Protocol Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPN

Following along with the current CCIE RSv5, CCIE SPv4 now uses all virtual hardware as well. Specifically the new hardware and software variants are as follows: ASR 9000 running Cisco IOS XR 5.2 ASR 1000 running Cisco IOS XE 3.13S.15.4(3)S Cisco 7600 running Cisco IOS 15.5(3)S Cisco ME 3600 running Cisco IOS 15.5(3)S

Both the IOS XR and IOS XE variants are already available as virtual machines that you can download from cisco.com and deploy yourself on VMWare ESXi 5.5 and other similar hypervisors. The current IOS XRv release is 5.2.0, and CSR1000v (IOS XE) is 3.13S/15.4(3)S. As for the 7600 and ME 3600 images, I would assume these will run as L2 IOU/IOL images, however, I haven’t personally seen either of these complies yet. The key functionality of them will be based around L2VPN for Ethernet, such as EVC and VPLS, which is not covered in depth in the current SPv3 blueprint.

CCIE SPv4 New Technical Topics AddedWith the new IOS XR, IOS XE, and Catalyst IOS code versions used, the following is some of the key new features that have been added to the SPv4 Blueprint:

Ethernet VPN (EVPN) Provider Backbone Bridging EVPN (PBB-EVPN) Multicast Label Distribution Protocol (mLDP) Unified MPLS (Seamless MPLS) Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) mGRE VPN IPv6 NAT44/NAT64/6RD MPLS OAM & Ethernet OAM

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