The new Cisco EI CCIE enterprise infrastructure has been released, and CCIE routing & switching has officially retired from the arena of history. Whether the new EI CCIE and RS are the same has become a concern of global network engineers.
The CCIE RS routing exchange certification that has swept the world for more than two decades is the most familiar CCIE certification direction. We will analyze the difference between EI and RS from the content of the knowledge system.
- The content of the RS course is based on the routing and switching of traditional enterprise network architecture. The routing accounts for 50%, the switching part accounts for 30%, and other characteristic points are 20%. The focus is mainly on the routing part. EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP are required content in the exam. The Layer 2 foundation of the switching part and the layer 3 redundant switching part are also required content. In addition to this, there are some security technologies, such as VPN, QOS, and multicast, which occupy about 20% of the content.
- The course content of EI is also based on the enterprise network architecture. The difference is that it is a new enterprise network architecture. Soft-defined SDN technology is added, and soft-defined SDN technology accounts for 25% of the test sites. In the modification of the routing part, EIGRP does not focus on learning, but only requires “learning about EIGRP” to require the learning of this routing protocol. In addition, OSPF and BGP are still required learning. The standard teaching requirements of EI show that the RS CCNP curriculum we focused on now requires only 5 full days to complete the CCNP of EI. This also shows that Cisco believes that after 20 years of RS technology promotion, CCNP popularity Already very mature. It is no longer necessary to spend too much time studying it, and more time should be spent on learning new SDN technologies.
- In a detailed comparison of these two directions, it can be seen that the original knowledge system of RS has retained about 50% of the existing EI knowledge system, the new content has 25% soft-defined SDN technology, 15% security and Features, 10% programming and other technologies.
IE-LAB ’s well-known lecturer james.zhou has started the EI CCIE topology construction. Although we do n’t know what the actual topology is, james has used his own years of experience in cracking CCIE to estimate the content of Cisco ’s EI version. We We hope to provide engineers around the world with the most accurate exam information.
From the analysis of the EI CCIE enterprise network architecture-based knowledge system, it is not difficult to see that the EI architecture is the beginning of the digital transformation of the enterprise network. Automation and intelligence are ultimately the development direction of EI. In soft-defined networks, the requirements for the basic network architecture are becoming simpler and simpler. However, this does not mean that network workers have to transform to do programming. Even for soft-defined network policy formulation, the architecture design also requires very powerful network technology. For support. Therefore, we need to understand the future of the EI direction, which also indicates that we must make good preparations during the transformation phase of the enterprise network architecture design.
At present, IE-LAB‘s Enterprise infrastructure course ranges from shallow to deep, covering both the knowledge system of the original RS and the learning content of new technologies of EI. As we predicted, the enterprise network architecture is undergoing a transformation from traditional to digital, and our examination methods are also undergoing a stage of transformation. IELAB is well prepared. If you want to get CCIE EI certification, we can certainly help you. Before April 26, deposit 150USD and get 50% off for next-level CCIE lab package.
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