Nov
02

Keeping with our new CCIE 2.0 theme of constant incremental updates, the QoS section for the CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Workbook Volume 1 Version 5 is starting being released today. Updates to this document will be posted multiple times this week, so make sure to keep an eye on the timestamp on the members site next to the file’s link. Shortly we will be implementing a new system that you can “subscribe” to email update notifications for different products. The following sections are now posted for QoS:

  • Hold-Queue and Tx-Ring
  • Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ)
  • Legacy RTP Reserved Queue
  • Legacy RTP Prioritization
  • Legacy Custom Queueing
  • Legacy Custom Queueing with Prioritization
  • Legacy Priority Queueing
  • Legacy Random Early Detection
  • Legacy Flow-Based Random Early Detection
  • Selective Packet Discard
  • Payload Compression on Serial Links
  • Generic TCP/UDP Header Compression
  • MLP Link Fragmentation and Interleaving

This is a very small portion of the overall content, but a partial release will get the materials into your hands much faster than a complete forklift release. The current complete task list as it stands is as follows:

  • Hold-Queue and Tx-Ring
  • Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ)
  • Legacy RTP Reserved Queue
  • Legacy RTP Prioritization
  • Legacy Custom Queueing
  • Legacy Custom Queueing with Prioritization
  • Legacy Priority Queueing
  • Legacy Random Early Detection
  • Legacy Flow-Based Random Early Detection
  • Selective Packet Discard
  • Payload Compression on Serial Links
  • Generic TCP/UDP Header Compression
  • MLP Link Fragmentation and Interleaving
  • Generic Traffic Shaping
  • Using CAR for Admission Control
  • Managing Oversubscription with CAR and WFQ
  • Using CAR for Rate Limiting
  • CAR Special Access-Lists
  • Using GTS for Frame-Relay Traffic Shaping
  • Legacy FRTS
  • Legacy Adaptive FRTS
  • Legacy FRTS with Per-VC WFQ
  • Legacy FRTS with Per-VC PQ
  • Legacy FRTS with Per-VC CQ
  • Legacy FRTS with Per-VC Fragmentation
  • Legacy FRTS with Per-VC IP RTP Priority
  • Frame-Relay RTP/TCP Header Compression
  • Frame-Relay Broadcast Queue
  • Frame-Relay DE Marking
  • Legacy FRTS PIPQ
  • Frame-Relay Priority to DLCI Mapping
  • Frame-Relay Traffic Policing & Congestion Mgmt
  • MQC Classification and Marking
  • CBWFQ Bandwidth Reservation
  • CBWFQ Bandwidth Percent
  • LLQ and Remaining Bandwidth
  • MQC WRED
  • MQC Dynamic Flows WRED
  • MQC WRED with ECN
  • MQC Class-Based Generic Traffic Shaping
  • MQC Class-Based GTS CBWFQ Queue
  • MQC Single-Rate Three-Color Policer
  • MQC Hierarchical Policers
  • MQC Two-Rate Three-Color Policer
  • MQC Peak Shaping
  • MQC Percent-Based Policing
  • MQC Header Compression
  • MQC Based FRTS
  • MQC Frame-Relay DE-Marking
  • Using MQC CBWFQ with Legacy FRTS
  • MQC Compatible FRF.12 Fragmentation
  • MQC Based Frame-Relay Traffic Shaping
  • Voice Adaptive Traffic Shaping
  • Voice Adaptive Fragmentation
  • MLPPP LFI over Frame Relay
  • QoS Pre-Classify
  • RSVP and WFQ
  • RSVP and SBM
  • RSVP and CBWFQ
  • RSVP and LLQ
  • RSVP and Per-VC WFQ
  • Catalyst QoS Classification Using Port Settings
  • Catalyst QoS Marking Pass-Through
  • Catalyst QoS ACL Based Classification & Marking
  • Catalyst 3550 Per-Port Per-VLAN Classification
  • Catalyst 3560 Per-VLAN Classification
  • Catalyst QoS Port-Based Policing and Marking
  • Catalyst 3560 Per-Port Per-VLAN Policing
  • Catalyst 3550 Per-Port Per-VLAN Policing
  • Catalyst QoS Aggregate Policers
  • Catalyst 3560 Ingress Queuing
  • Catalyst 3560 Ingress Queue Tuning
  • Catalyst 3550 Egress Queuing
  • Catalyst 3550 Regular Queues Tuning
  • Catalyst 3550 Gigabit Interface Queues Tuning
  • Catalyst 3550 Egress Policing
  • Catalyst 3560 SRR Shared Mode
  • Catalyst 3560 SRR Shaped Mode
  • Catalyst 3560 Egress Queue Tuning
  • Catalyst QoS DSCP Mutation
  • Advanced HTTP Classification with NBAR

Happy Labbing!

About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13:

Brian McGahan was one of the youngest engineers in the world to obtain the CCIE, having achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching at the age of 20 in 2002. Brian has been teaching and developing CCIE training courses for over 10 years, and has assisted thousands of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification. When not teaching or developing new products Brian consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in the midwest region of the United States.

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2 Responses to “CCIE 2.0 – QoS Updates”

 
  1. AJ says:

    I’m really happy with the direction IE is taking. The QoS material looks great!

  2. Darby Weaver says:

    Just in time… Thanks Brian & Brian and Team.

    :)

 

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