Overview: This session will cover the changes to the to the blueprint for the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing & Switching (CCIE R&S) program, based on the December 4th, 2013 announcement of the version 5 of the blueprint. We will cover what has been added, what has been removed and what has been updated. We will also talk about the addition of the diagnostic section to the CCIE R&S and its purpose.
We will also talk about the addition of the diagnostic section to the CCIE R&S and its purpose. We will also talk about the changes to the logistics of the practical exam, a move from a combination of IOU (IOS over Unix) and real routers and switches to a 100% IOL (IOS over Linux) model. We will contrast the version 5 and the version 4 of the CCIE R&S exams. Unlike the version 4 blueprint, the version 5 has different blueprint topics for the written exam and the practical exam. These topics are also going to be used within the new diagnostics portion of the practical exam. The CCIE R&S is still a two phase process, written qualification exam and then the practical exam, which is still an eight hour exam, but now is a three part exam, rather than two as in the version 4 of the blueprint.
This session will focus primarily on the practical exam, but we will perform an overview of the written qualification exam and what has changed compared to the version 4 blueprint.
Why should you attend: For those wanting to obtain their Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) Routing & Switching (R&S) certification, you need to know what is going to be tested on within the exam. Cisco has just announced (on December 4th, 2013) the update to the blueprint to version 5 for both the CCIE R&S written exam and the CCIE R&S practical exam. Unless you have already schedule your lab date before June 4th, it is unlikely that you will get a date for the version 4 of the practical exam and will need to prepare for the version 5 of the blueprint. We will cover what was updates, what was removed and what was added to the blueprint and what you need to know about the changes. You need to know what is on the blueprint if you want a chance at passing the CCIE practical exam. Unlike the version 4 blueprint, the version 5 has different blueprint topics for the written exam and the practical exam. These topics are also going to be used within the new diagnostics portion of the practical exam. The CCIE R&S is still a two phase process, written qualification exam and then the practical exam, which is still an eight hour exam, but now is a three part exam, rather than two as in the version 4 of the blueprint. You need to know how these changes will affect the process of taking the practical exam.
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Johnny Bass has been in the networking industry since the late 1980s, specializing on Cisco System products since 1990 and has worked extensively in the Aerospace, Health Care, and Service Provider industries, providing network design, education, and technical support expertise. Holding both CCIE and CCSI credentials, Johnny has a proven record of teaching and consulting on Cisco Routing, Switching, Design, Implementation, and Support. During his tenure as a Senior Instructor with Global Knowledge, Johnny has developed extensive experience teaching CCNP/CCNP-SP/CCVP/Cisco Nexus and CCIE R&S courses. This experience has also allowed him to excel in the role of Course Director and Subject Matter Expert, with technical responsibility for Global Knowledge’s North American CCIE R&S curriculum and Service Provider Technical Segment, including the Cisco CCIE 360 program for Routing and Switching; IPv6 Fundamentals, Design and Development; Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 1 and Part 2; Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing; Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Routing; Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Core Network Services; Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Edge Network Services.
Johnny is the author of the CCIE Routing & Switching Written Exam Boot Camp currently running in Europe. Johnny is a Cisco 360 R&S Master instructor; the first to achieve this level outside of the organization that created the program. Johnny is also a contributing author to the Cisco 360 version 5.0 of the workshop part 1 and workshop part 2 for the CCIE R&S version 5. Johnny also is the author of the “Stupid CCIE Tricks” series of books. He is also a regular speaker at Cisco Live/Networkers in the US. In addition to his teaching engagements, Johnny is the owner and President of Bass Consulting Services, Inc, a network engineering consultancy based outside of Seattle, WA specializing with service provider and large enterprise networks for design, configuration, and troubleshooting support. Johnny lives in Gig Harbor Washington with his wife (Tiffany) and children (Sean and Cayman).
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