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CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Training in Mumbai, India

We are one of the most trusted CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure V1.0 Training and Institute in Mumbai & India, Octa Networks is providing CCIE Enterprise Training in Mumbai, India. Octa Networks has been at the forefront of training institutes which help and train students to achieve their CCIE certification goals over the last 6-7 years, Octa Networks has gained trust and faith of the aspiring CCIEs. 

CISCO is REBOOTING the Certification program on 24th Feb 2020 by launching CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 which will replace the existing CCIE (Routing & Switching V 5.0). Please find the details of the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 syllabus:


  • Dual-Stack (IPv4 & IPv6) Architecture (15%)
  • Virtualization (10%)
  • Infrastructure (30%)
  • Network Assurance (10%)
  • Security (20%)
  • Automation (15%)

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab exam  -

  • Network Infrastructure (30%)
  • Software-defined Infrastructure (25%)
  • Transport Technologies and Solutions (15%)
  • Infrastructure Security and Services (15%)
  • Infrastructure Automation and Programmability (15%)

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 blueprint is getting rebooted to cover the most relevant technologies and business needs by designing a qualifying core exam which covers technologies including Automation and Programmability while the lab exam will validate end-to-end lifecycle skills with complex infrastructure, from planning and design to operating and optimizing.

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure V1.0 boot camps and focussed training facilities are made available by Octa Networks across India. We are proud of our track record of guiding and coaching our students to achieve their CCIE certifications. We provide the best CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Version 1 Training in Mumbai INDIA. We will strive to keep up the good work we are doing as the best CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure training institute in India.

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure V1.0 Training at Octa Networks: KEY FEATURES

  • Guaranteed training and access @ Cisco hardware Devices.
  • CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Concepts (theoretically & practically) on the Cisco hardware Devices.
  • CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 rack rentals availability
  • 24*7 Access to CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Lab equipment for students
  • 120+ hours of training in the classroom with interactive whiteboard and projector.
  • Candidates can attend repeat classes till they get their doubts cleared.
  • Classrooms equipped with projectors, Wi-Fi connectivity, and Digital Pads.
  • Pre-Certification and Post-Certification Support and Guidance
  • Convenient availability of batches from early morning to late night.
  • 24×7 access to Trainers / Mentors.
  • Highly experienced, motivated, passionate and Cisco certified trainers

Devices used during the Training Program:

  • Router: 1841, 1941, 2801, 2811
  • Switches: 2960, 3560, 3750, 3850
  • ISR Routers: 2900, 4000


Target Audience:

  • Network engineers with Core exam -Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR 300- 401). This is the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 written exam which is valid as a qualifying written exam for CCIE Enterprise Wireless certification too.
  • Network engineer with at least five to seven years of professional experience with designing, deploying, operating and optimizing enterprise networking technologies.
  • Network engineers need to use an expert-level problem-solving process that includes options analysis to support complex network technologies and topologies.
  • Network designers that design and support complex network technologies and topologies.
  • Students and professionals in the IT and Technologies sector who wish to enhance their knowledge and acquire an internationally recognized professional certification which can improve their job prospects.



  • There are no formal prerequisites for taking the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 lab exam but should have a thorough understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam.
  • ENCOR 300- 401 (Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies) is the qualifying exam for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 and CCIE Enterprise Wireless certifications. Please refer to the CCNP Enterprise certification page for ENCOR 300-401 exam details.

    1.1 Switched campus

  • 1.1.a Switch administration
  • 1.1.a i Managing MAC address table
  • 1.1.a ii Errdisable recovery
  • 1.1.a iii L2 MTU
  • 1.1.b Layer 2 protocols
  • 1.1.b i CDP, LLDP
  • 1.1.b ii UDLD
  • 1.1.c VLAN technologies
  • 1.1.c i Access ports
  • 1.1.c ii Trunk ports (802.1Q)
  • 1.1.c iii Native VLAN
  • 1.1.c iv Manual VLAN pruning
  • 1.1.c v VLAN database
  • 1.1.c vi Normal range and extended range VLANs
  • 1.1.c vii Voice VLAN
  • 1.1.c viii VTP
  • 1.1.d EtherChannel
  • 1.1.d i LACP, static
  • 1.1.d ii Layer 2, Layer 3
  • 1.1.d iii Load balancing
  • 1.1.d iv EtherChannel Misconfiguration Guard
  • 1.1.e Spanning- Tree Protocol
  • 1.1.e i PVST+, Rapid PVST+, MST
  • 1.1.e ii Switch priority, port priority, path cost, STP timers
  • 1.1.e iii PortFast, BPDU Guard, BPDU Filter
  • 1.1.e iv Loop Guard, Root Guard
  • 1.2 Routing Concepts

  • 1.2.a Administrative distance
  • 1.2.b VRF-lite
  • 1.2.c Static routing
  • 1.2.d Policy Based Routing
  • 1.2.e VRF aware routing with any routing protocol
  • 1.2.f Route filtering with any routing protocol
  • 1.2.g Manual summarization with any routing protocol
  • 1.2.h Redistribution between any pair of routing protocols
  • 1.2.i Routing protocol authentication
  • 1.2.j Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
  • 1.3 EIGRP

  • 1.3.a Adjacencies
  • 1.3.b Best path selection
  • 1.3.b i RD, FD, FC, successor, feasible successor
  • 1.3.b ii Classic Metrics and Wide Metrics
  • 1.3.c Operations
  • 1.3.c i General operations
  • 1.3.c ii Topology table
  • 1.3.c iii Packet types
  • 1.3.c iv Stuck In Active
  • 1.3.c v Graceful shutdown
  • 1.3.d EIGRP load-balancing
  • 1.3.d i Equal-cost
  • 1.3.d ii Unequal-cost
  • 1.3.d iii Add-path
  • 1.3.e EIGRP Named Mode
  • 1.3.f Optimization, convergence, and scalability
  • 1.3.f i Fast convergence requirements
  • 1.3.f ii Query propagation boundaries
  • 1.3.f iii IP FRR (single hop)
  • 1.3.f iv Leak-map with summary routes
  • 1.3.f v EIGRP stub with leak map
  • 1.4 OSPF (v2 and v3)

  • 1.4.a Adjacencies
  • 1.4.b network types, area types
  • 1.4.c Path preference
  • 1.4.d Operations
  • 1.4.d i General operations
  • 1.4.d ii Graceful shutdown
  • 1.4.d iii GTSM (Generic TTL Security Mechanism)
  • 1.4.e Optimization, convergence, and scalability
  • 1.4.e i Metrics
  • 1.4.e ii LSA throttling, SPF tuning, fast hello
  • 1.4.e iii LSA propagation control (area types)
  • 1.4.e iv Stub router
  • 1.4.e v loop-free alternate
  • 1.4.e vi Prefix suppression
  • 1.5 BGP

  • 1.5.a IBGP and EBGP peer relationships
  • 1.5.a i Peer-group/update-group, template
  • 1.5.a ii Active, passive
  • 1.5.a iii Timers
  • 1.5.a iv Dynamic neighbors
  • 1.5.a v 4-bytes AS numbers
  • 1.5.a vi Private AS
  • 1.5.b Path selection
  • 1.5.b i Attributes
  • 1.5.b ii Best path selection algorithm
  • 1.5.b iii Load-balancing
  • 1.5.c Routing policies
  • 1.5.c i Attribute manipulation
  • 1.5.c ii Conditional advertisement
  • 1.5.c iii Outbound Route Filtering
  • 1.5.c iv Standard and extended communities
  • 1.5.c v Multi-homing
  • 1.5.d AS path manipulations
  • 1.5.d i local-AS, allowas-in, remove-private-as
  • 1.5.d ii Prepend
  • 1.5.d iii Regexp
  • 1.5.e Convergence and scalability
  • 1.5.e i Route reflector
  • 1.5.e ii Aggregation, as-set
  • 1.5.f Other BGP features
  • 1.5.f i Multipath, add-path
  • 1.5.f ii Soft reconfiguration, Route Refresh
  • 1.6 Multicast

  • 1.6.a Layer 2 multicast
  • 1.6.a i IGMPv2, IGMPv3
  • 1.6.a ii IGMP Snooping, PIM Snooping
  • 1.6.a iii IGMP Querier
  • 1.6.a iv IGMP Filter
  • 1.6.a v MLD
  • 1.6.b Reverse path forwarding check
  • 1.6.c PIM
  • 1.6.c i Sparse Mode
  • 1.6.c ii Static RP, BSR, AutoRP
  • 1.6.c iii Group to RP Mapping
  • 1.6.c iv Bidirectional PIM
  • 1.6.c v Source-Specific Multicast
  • 1.6.c vi Multicast boundary, RP announcement filter
  • 1.6.c vii PIMv6 Anycast RP
  • 1.6.c viii IPv4 Anycast RP using MSDP
  • 1.6.c ix Multicast multipath

    2.1 Cisco SD Access

  • 2.1.a Design a Cisco SD Access solution
  • 2.1.a i Underlay network (IS-IS, manual/PnP)
  • 2.1.a ii Overlay fabric design (LISP, VXLAN, Cisco TrustSec)
  • 2.1.a iii Fabric domains (single-site and multi-site using SD-WAN transit)
  • 2.1.b Cisco SD Access deployment
  • 2.1.b i Cisco DNA Center device discovery and device management
  • 2.1.b ii Add fabric node devices to an existing fabric
  • 2.1.b iii Host onboarding (wired endpoints only)
  • 2.1.b iv Fabric border handoff
  • 2.1.c Segmentation
  • 2.1.c i Macro-level segmentation using VNs
  • 2.1.c ii Micro-level segmentation using SGTs (using Cisco ISE)
  • 2.1.d Assurance
  • 2.1.d i Network and client health (360)
  • 2.1.d ii Monitoring and troubleshooting
  • 2.2 Cisco SD-WAN

  • 2.2.a Design a Cisco SD-WAN solution
  • 2.2.a i Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
  • 2.2.a ii Management plane (vManage)
  • 2.2.a iii Control plane (vSmart, OMP)
  • 2.2.a iv Data plane (vEdge/cEdge)
  • 2.2.b WAN edge deployment
  • 2.2.b i Onboarding new edge routers
  • 2.2.b ii Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/Plug-And-Play
  • 2.2.b iii OMP
  • 2.2.b iv TLOC
  • 2.2.c Configuration templates
  • 2.2.d Localized policies (only QoS)
  • 2.2.e Centralized policies
  • 2.2.e i Application Aware Routing
  • 2.2.e ii Topologies

    3.1 MPLS

  • 3.1.a Operations
  • 3.1.a i Label stack, LSR, LSP
  • 3.1.a ii LDP
  • 3.1.a iii MPLS ping, MPLS traceroute
  • 3.1.b L3VPN
  • 3.1.b i PE-CE routing
  • 3.1.b ii MP-BGP VPNv4/VPNv6
  • 3.1.b iii Extranet (route leaking)
  • 3.2 DMVPN

  • 3.2.a Troubleshoot DMVPN Phase 3 with dual-hub
  • 3.2.a i NHRP
  • 3.2.a ii IPsec/IKEv2 using a pre-shared key
  • 3.2.a iii Per-Tunnel QoS
  • 3.2.b Identify use-cases for FlexVPN
  • 3.2.b i Site-to-site, Server, Client, Spoke-to-Spoke
  • 3.2.b ii IPsec/IKEv2 using a pre-shared key
  • 3.2.b iii MPLS over FlexVPN

    4.1 Device Security on Cisco IOS XE

  • 4.1.a Control plane policing and protection
  • 4.1.b AAA
  • 4.2 Network Security

  • 4.2.a Switch security features
  • 4.2.a i VACL, PACL
  • 4.2.a ii Storm control
  • 4.2.a iii DHCP Snooping, DHCP option 82
  • 4.2.a iv IP Source Guard
  • 4.2.a v Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • 4.2.a vi Port Security
  • 4.2.a vii Private VLAN
  • 4.2.b Router security features
  • 4.2.b i IPv6 Traffic Filters
  • 4.2.b ii IPv4 Access Control Lists
  • 4.2.b iii Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding
  • 4.2.c IPv6 infrastructure security features
  • 4.2.c i RA Guard
  • 4.2.c ii DHCP Guard
  • 4.2.c iii Binding table
  • 4.2.c iv Device tracking
  • 4.2.c v ND Inspection/Snooping
  • 4.2.c vi Source Guard
  • 4.2.d IEEE 802.1X Port-Based Authentication
  • 4.2.d i Device roles, port states
  • 4.2.d ii Authentication process
  • 4.2.d iii Host modes
  • 4.3 System Management

  • 4.3.a Device management
  • 4.3.a i Console and VTY
  • 4.3.a ii SSH, SCP
  • 4.3.a iii RESTCONF, NETCONF
  • 4.3.b SNMP
  • 4.3.b i v2c
  • 4.3.b ii v3
  • 4.3.c Logging
  • 4.3.c i Local logging, Syslog, debugs, conditional debugs
  • 4.3.c ii Timestamps
  • 4.4 Quality of Service

  • 4.4.a End to end L3 QoS using MQC
  • 4.4.a i DiffServ
  • 4.4.a ii CoS and DSCP Mapping
  • 4.4.a iii Classification
  • 4.4.a iv Network-Based Application Recognition (NBAR)
  • 4.4.a v Marking using IP Precedence, DSCP, CoS
  • 4.4.a vi Policing, shaping
  • 4.4.a vii Congestion management and avoidance
  • 4.4.a viii HQoS, Sub-rate Ethernet Link
  • 4.5 Network Services

  • 4.5.a First-Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • 4.5.a i HSRP, GLBP, VRRP
  • 4.5.a ii Redundancy using IPv6 RS/RA
  • 4.5.b Network Time Protocol
  • 4.5.b i Master, client
  • 4.5.b ii Authentication
  • 4.5.c DHCP on Cisco IOS
  • 4.5.c i Client, server, relay
  • 4.5.c ii Options
  • 4.5.c iii SLAAC/DHCPv6 interaction
  • 4.5.c iv Stateful, stateless DHCPv6
  • 4.5.c v DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation
  • 4.5.d IPv4 Network Address Translation
  • 4.5.d i Static NAT, PAT
  • 4.5.d ii Dynamic NAT, PAT
  • 4.5.d iii Policy-based NAT, PAT
  • 4.5.d iv VRF aware NAT, PAT
  • 4.5.d v IOS-XE VRF-Aware Software Infrastructure (VASI) NAT
  • 4.6 Network optimization

  • 4.6.a IP SLA
  • 4.6.a i ICMP probes
  • 4.6.a ii UDP probes
  • 4.6.a iii TCP probes
  • 4.6.b Tracking object
  • 4.6.c Flexible Netflow
  • 4.7 Network operations

  • 4.7.a Traffic capture
  • 4.7.a i SPAN
  • 4.7.a ii RSPAN
  • 4.7.a iii ERSPAN
  • 4.7.a iv Embedded Packet Capture
  • 4.7.b Cisco IOS-XE troubleshooting tools
  • 4.7.b i Packet Trace
  • 4.7.b ii Conditional debugger (debug platform condition)

    5.1 Data encoding formats

  • 5.1.a JSON
  • 5.1.b XML
  • 5.2 Automation and scripting

  • 5.2.a EEM applets
  • 5.2.b Guest shell
  • 5.2.b i Linux environment
  • 5.2.b ii CLI Python module
  • 5.2.b iii EEM Python module
  • 5.3 Programmability

  • 5.3.a Interaction with vManage API
  • 5.3.a i Python requests library and Postman
  • 5.3.a ii Monitoring endpoints
  • 5.3.a iii Configuration endpoints
  • 5.3.b Interaction with Cisco DNA Center API
  • 5.3.b i HTTP request (GET, PUT, POST) via Python requests library and Postman
  • 5.3.c Interaction with Cisco IOS XE API
  • 5.3.c i Via NETCONF/YANG using Python ncclient library
  • 5.3.c ii Via RESTCONF/YANG using Python requests library and Postman
  • 5.3.d Deploy and verify model-driven telemetry
  • 5.3.d i Configure on-change subscription using gRPC


Description Duration: Fees Registration:

The 8 hours practical exam consists of 2 modules that are fixed in time and will be delivered in a fixed sequence.

Automation and Network Programmability skills are an integral part of modules.

Module 1: Design (3 Hours)

Module 2: Deploy, Operate and Optimize

(5 Hours)

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Upon completion of this course, candidates will have the skills and knowledge to:

  • (In the first section of 3 hours) Create, Analyze, Validate and Optimize network designs, which is the base for all deployment activities.
  • Understand the capabilities of different technologies, solutions, and services.
  • Translate customer requirements into solutions.
  • Assess readiness to support proposed solutions.
  • (In the second section of 5 hours) deploying, operating and optimizing network technologies and solutions.
  • Deploy:  In this phase, Candidates will have to build the network according to the design specifications, customer requirements and restrictions. All the steps required for a successful network implementation needs to be covered, including configuring, integrating and troubleshooting the commissioning of technologies and solutions, as per Exam Topics.
  • Operate and Optimize: Candidates will have to showcase skills to operate and optimize network technologies and solutions. This includes monitoring network health, network performance, configure the network to improve service quality, reduce disruptions, mitigate outages, reduce operating costs, and maintain high availability, reliability, and security, as well as diagnose potential issues and adjust configurations to align to changing business goals and/or technical requirements.
  • As a CCIE (Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert), you can position yourself as a technical leader in the dynamic world of enterprise networks.
  • With the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 certification, you get to combine technical expertise with design skills which can add tremendous value to your skillsets.
  • CCIE certification enhances your skills across the lifecycle of the enterprise infrastructure right from design, deploy, operate and optimize stages.
  • New age technological needs of networking automation and network programmability are part of the CCIE certification. CCIE acquires these essential skillsets in the form of CCIE certification.
  • Incremental recognition is an attractive feature of CCIE certification revamps. You need to clear the qualifying exam and CCIE lab. Passing qualifying exams (ENCOR 300-401) entitles you to a specialist certification. It means, after clearing the qualifying exam and lab exam, you get CCIE certificate and specialist certification.
  • Adding a CCIE certification badge on your social media platforms gives you instant recognition and increases the visibility of your profiles.

Frequently Asked Question

We provide lab training facility in Asia with 24×7 Lab access with rack and lab administrator guide along with CCIE certified faculties. Additionally, we offer great value for money to all our candidates through Personality development sessions. We are the best CCIE training institute in Mumbai.CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure online training is made available at Octa Networks.

There are various important features to be considered while choosing the best institute for CCIE Certification course preparation. First of all, a candidate should visit the training institute physically to verify the facilities. Some of the key aspects to be considered are:

  • Real Cisco Devices for training (Lab equipment and availability)
  • CCIE Certified trainers
  • CCIE success results track record
  • Job Placements assistance
  • Reviews from existing candidates
  • 24×7 Lab access facility
You need to pass one core exam (ENCOR 300-401) and the corresponding lab exam CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 to achieve your CCIE certificate.
Yes. The same technology core exam will serve as the core exam for the CCNP and CCIE certification.
In the revamped structure, if you pass the core exam (ENCOR 300-401). You are eligible to appear for CCIE lab exam for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure and CCIE Enterprise Wireless. It means that once you clear the ENCOR 300-401 written exam, you can appear for CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure v1.0 lab or CCIE Enterprise Wireless v1.0 lab. For all the remaining CCIE certificates like Data Center, Security, Service Provider, and Collaboration, there are separate qualifying written exams and respective lab exams.

Once you clear the technology core exam (ENCOR 300-401), you can clear the CCIE lab exam within 3 years of passing the qualifying technology core exam. Plus if you can pass the corresponding technology concentration exam, you will get CCNP certificate too.

Having a CCNA or CCNP certificate is not necessary before appearing for the CCIE technology core exam and the corresponding lab exam. You can directly appear for the technology core exam and then attempt the CCIE lab after clearing the technology core exam.

All the current certificates will be valid for the full three years from the date of certification. After 24th Feb 2020, you will get the new corresponding certificate too which will have the same validity as that of your original certificate. For example, if you have an active CCNA Routing and Switching on Feb 24th, 2020, you will be granted the new CCNA certification. The important thing to note here is that when you are granted the updated certification, your certification validity will remain unchanged.

If you clear the lab exam on or before 23rd Feb 2020 or you are an active CCIE, your suspended year will be converted to an active year. For example, if your active CCIE would have been suspended beginning April 21st, 2020, you will have your status activated until April 21st, 2021.


Training Plan & Schedule / Schedule & Price

Training Plan

Training Schedule
  Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Weekend (Sat-Sun)
Duration 2 Months 3 Months
Hours 4 Hours / Day 8 Hours / Day
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Training Mode Online/Onsite Online/Onsite

Group Discount

  • In a Group of 2 discount will be 10% per head
  • In a Group of 3 discount will be 15% per head
  • In a Group of 4 discount will be 20% per head

Trainer's Profile

  • Mr. Sancchit Puri
    CCIE R&S #63057
    Master Trainer - Enterprise, SD Wan
    Mr. Sancchit Puri

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