IMPLEMENTING LEASED-LINE AGGREGATION ON THE CISCO 10000 SERIES ROUTERS (LLAGG)(TRN-LLAGG – 2.0) — CCIE Training

IMPLEMENTING LEASED-LINE AGGREGATION ON THE CISCO 10000 SERIES ROUTERS (LLAGG)(TRN-LLAGG – 2.0)

Prerequisites
ICND / BSCI or equivalent experience with an understanding of OSPF and BGP routing protocols
Course Content

The course will focus on the customer’s use of a high density aggregation router, the hardware, and software components developed to meet that need. Practical in-depth, hands-on exercises are structured to provide students with the skills required to install, configure and troubleshoot the C10000 series router.
Course Objectives
After completing this course the student should be able to:

* Present the functions uses and capabilities of the C10000 series router
* Define the various leased-line access architectures that use the Cisco 10000 series
* Demonstrate a functional understanding of the C10000 series hardware components, their interconnection, dependencies and features
* Provide a functional description of the PRE and PXF including their architecture, header forwarding and packet processing
* Use PXF and Cisco IOS commands to track and monitor system traffic
* Describe and verify the operation of PRE redundancy on the Cisco 10000 series router
* Configure clear channel and channelized interfaces in T3, T1, E1 SONET and SDH environments
* Configure and verify the operation of hierarchical and regular QoS policies on the Cisco 10000 series route

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