Overview

The Huawei Certified ICT Professional (HCIP R&S) course targets enterprise network engineers involved in design and maintenance, as well as professionals who wish to develop an in-depth knowledge of routing, switching, network efficiency and optimization technologies. HCIP R & S consists of three units namely; Implementing Enterprise Routing and Switching Network (IERS), Improving Enterprise Network Performance (IENP), and Implementing Enterprise Network Engineering Project (IEEP), which includes advanced IPV4 routing and switching technology principles, network security, high availability and QoS, as well as application of the covered technologies in Huawei products.

Course Objectives

To gain a comprehensive and thorough understanding of small and medium-sized networks, including general network technologies, and the ability to design small and medium-sized networks independently and implement the designs using Huawei routing and switching devices.

HCIP R & S Course Units

1. H12 – 221: Implementing Enterprise Routing and Switching Network (IERS),
2. H12 – 222: Improving Enterprise Network Performance (IENP),
3. H12 – 223: Implementing Enterprise Network Engineering Project (IEEP),

Unit 1: Implementing Enterprise Routing and Switching Network (IERS) Exam Topics

The HCIP-Routing & Switching-IERS V2.5 exam covers OSPF, ISIS and BGP routing protocols, Route Control, IP Multicast protocols, and Eth-trunk, Advanced Features Switches, RSTP, MSTP and other two layer network technologies.

Exam Outline

1. OSPF Routing Protocols
1.1 Basic principles of link state routing protocols
1.2 OSPF principles, configuration, and implementation: neighbor and adjacency, protocol packet and LSA, database synchronization, intra-area route calculation, inter- area route calculation, and external route calculation
1.3 Principles and configuration of OSPF special areas: stub area, totally stub area, and not-so-stubby area (NSSA)

2. ISIS Routing Protocols
2.1 ISIS basic principles and configurations
2.2 Differences between IS-IS and OSPF

 

Unit 1: Implementing Enterprise Routing and Switching Network (IERS) Exam Topics

The HCIP-Routing & Switching-IERS V2.5 exam covers OSPF, ISIS and BGP routing protocols, Route Control, IP Multicast protocols, and Eth-trunk, Advanced Features Switches, RSTP, MSTP and other two layer network technologies.

Exam Outline

1. OSPF Routing Protocols
1.1 Basic principles of link state routing protocols
1.2 OSPF principles, configuration, and implementation: neighbor and adjacency, protocol packet and LSA, database synchronization, intra-area route calculation, inter- area route calculation, and external route calculation
1.3 Principles and configuration of OSPF special areas: stub area, totally stub area, and not-so-stubby area (NSSA)

2. ISIS Routing Protocols
2.1 ISIS basic principles and configurations
2.2 Differences between IS-IS and OSPF

3. BGP Routing Protocols
3.1 BGP neighbor relationship establishment and configuration
3.2 BGP route generation modes
3.3 BGP route advertisement rules
3.4 Common BGP attributes
3.5 BGP route selection rules

4. Routing Control
4.1 Route filtering by using filtering tools such as ACL, IP-prefix
4.2 Routing policy tools and policy-based routing tools
4.3 Problems caused by route importing and solutions

5. Multicast Protocols
5.1 Basic principles and configuration of IGMPv1/v2/v3 and IGMP snooping
5.2 Basic principles and configuration of PIM-DM and PIM-SM

6. Eth-Trunk Technology
6.1 Eth-Trunk modes
6.2 Eth-Trunk configuration

7. Advanced Features of Switches
7.1 MUX VLAN: application scenario and configuration
7.2 Port Isolation: application scenario and configuration
7.3 Port Security: application scenario and configuration

8. RSTP/MSTP
8.1 Limitations of STP, improvements in RSTP, RSTP configuration
8.2 Limitations of a single spanning Tree, MSTP principles and configuration

 

Unit 2: Improving Enterprise Network Performance (IENP)

The HCIP-Routing & Switching-IENP V2.5 exam covers MPLS, MPLS VPN, DHCP, VRRP, BFD, Mirroring technologies and Agile Controller, eSight Product Features, IP QoS, Huawei Firewall Technology Basis and SDN, VXLAN, NFV new technologies.

Exam Outline

1. MPLS and MPLS VPN
1.1 MPLS architecture, LSP setup process
1.2 MPLS VPN working principles and configuration

2. DHCP 2.1 DHCP and DHCP relay principles and configurations
2.2 Security threats to DHCP and corresponding protection mechanisms

3. Mirroring
3.1 Mirroring concepts and configurations

4. Agile Controller and eSight
4.1 Agile Controller and eSight product features

5. IP QoS
5.1 QoS service models
5.2 Traffic classification and re-marking
5.3 Congestion management and congestion avoidance
5.4 Traffic policing and traffic shaping

6. Huawei Firewall Technology Basis
6.1 Huawei firewall products
6.2 Security zone and security policy
6.3 NAT: Private network users accessing the Internet, Internet users accessing Intranet servers
6.4 Attack defense

7. VRRP
7.1 VRRP principles and configurations

8. BFD
8.1 BFD principles and configurations

9. SDN, NFV, VXLAN
9.1 SDN concept and architecture, benefits of SDN
9.2 Challenges facing data center networks, VXLAN principles and configurations
9.3 NFV architecture, relationship between NFV and SDN

 

Unit 3: Implementing Enterprise Network Engineering Project

The HCIP-Routing & Switching-IEEP V2.5 exam covers PDIOI (Network Planning, Network Design, Network Implementation, Network Maintenance, Network Troubleshooting, Network Optimization) and Network Migration.

Exam Outline

1. Network Planning
1.1 Project background
1.2 Project objectives
1.3 Project technological roadmap

2. Network Design
2.1 Physical network design (typical topology, device selection, media selection, network ID)
2.2 Logical network design (LAN design, WAN design, route architecture design, network egress design, high availability design)
2.3 Other network technologies (network security, VPN, WLAN, DC, network management)

3. Network Implementation
3.1 Project delivery process
3.2 Risky operation implementation process
3.3 Engineer service standards

4. Network Maintenance
4.1 Use method of network management software
4.2 Device software upgrade
4.3 Routine maintenance report

5. Network Troubleshooting
5.1 Structured network troubleshooting process
5.2 Core theories and common methods of network troubleshooting
5.3 Troubleshooting common network faults

6. Network Optimization
6.1 The way to improve network security
6.2 Network optimization solution

7. Network Migration
7.1 Migration operation procedure
7.2 Common migration scenarios

 

Course Facilitators:
This course is delivered by highly skilled and experienced Huawei Certified Instructors who have also attained the HCIA, HCIP, HCIE, among other related certifications.

Target Audience

  • Individuals aspiring to be Network Engineers
  • Individuals who want to sit for the HCIP Routing & Switching Certification Exams and pass

 

Prerequisite

  • HCIA Routing and Switching Course
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