H12-261~263 HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Exam Outline

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1.HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Certification Exam

This article introduces the HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 exam outline, the other exam outline can be obtained in related training materials or Huawei Online Learning Website https://support.huawei.com/learning.
 

Certification Exam Code Exam Name Duration Pass Score/Total Score
HCIE- Routing & Switching H12-261  HCIE-Routing & Switching (Written)  90 min 600/1000
H12-262  HCIE-Routing & Switching (LAB) 480 min 80/100
H12-263  HCIE-Routing & Switching (Interview) 60 min Pass/Not Pass


2.HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Exam Outline

2.1 Exam Content

HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 exam covers Network Planning, Design, Implementation, Maintenance, Trouble-Shooting, Optimization, Cut-over , etc. The current version of the LAB EXAM is conducted on the eNSP simulator, and the software version is eNSP V100R002C00B500.

2.2 Written & Lab & Interview Exam Knowledge Points

  
Chapter Written Lab Interview
Layer 2 Technologies 12% 12% 12%
IPv4/v6  Unicast 52% 41% 36%
MPLS VPN 10% 26% 28%
IPv4/v6  Multicast 6% 4% 4%
Network Security 5% 2% 3%
QoS 5% 7% 6%
Network Management 2% 2% 3%
Features 3% 6% 6%
SDN 5% 0% 2%














2.3 Written & Lab & Interview Exam Knowledge

1. Layer 2 Technologies
1.1 STP
1.1.1  STP
1.1.2  RSTP
1.1.3  MSTP
1.1.4  Loop guard
1.1.5  Root guard
1.1.6  BPDU guard
1.1.7  TC-BPDU attack guard

1.2 VLAN
1.2.1  Access port
1.2.2  Trunk port
1.2.3  Hybrid port
1.2.4  QinQ
1.2.5  Vlan Aggregation
1.2.6  Mux VLAN
1.2.7  Voice VLAN

1.3 Transparent bridge
1.3.1  Local Bridging
1.3.2  Remote Bridging
1.3.3  Integrated Bridging and Routing
1.3.4  VLAN ID Transparent Transmission

1.4 Link Aggregation, Eth-Trunk and IP-Trunk, Load-balance, LACP
1.4.1  Link Aggregation
1.4.2  LACP

1.5 Ethernet technologies
1.5.1  Speed and duplex
1.5.2  Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10GE, 40GE, 100GE
1.5.3  Auto MDI/MDIX
1.5.4  Auto negotiation
1.5.5  Storm control
1.5.6  Unicast flooding control

1.6 Smart link
1.7 DLDP
1.8 Switched Port Analyzer (port-mirroring)
1.9 CSS/iStack
1.10 HDLC/IP-Trunk and PPP/MP

1.11 PPPoE

2. IPv4/v6 Unicast
2.1 IPv4 addressing, subnetting, and VLSM
2.2 IPv4 tunneling and GRE
2.3 IPv6 addressing
2.4 ICMPv6
2.5 IPv6 functionality protocols
2.6 Migration techniques

2.6.1  Tunnel techniques
2.6.2  Translation techniques

2.7 IPv4/v6 OSPF
2.7.1  Standard OSPF areas
2.7.2  Stub area
2.7.3  Totally stubby area
2.7.4  NSSA
2.7.5  Totally NSSA
2.7.6  LSA types
2.7.7  Adjacency on a point-to-point and on a multi-access network
2.7.8  Virtual-Link
2.7.9  LSA Filter
2.7.10  OSPF Fast Convergence
2.7.11  Stub Router
2.7.12  OSPF Authentication

2.8 IPv4/v6 IS-IS
2.8.1  NSAP
2.8.2  IS-IS Link-state packets
2.8.3  IS-IS area type
2.8.4  IS-IS circuit type
2.8.5  IS-IS TLV
2.8.6  IS-IS DIS and Pseudo node
2.8.7  IS-IS SPF
2.8.8  IS-IS LSP
2.8.9  IS-IS Metric
2.8.10  IS-IS Route Leaking
2.8.11  IS-IS MT
2.8.12  IS-IS Fast Convergence
2.8.13  IS-IS LDP Synchronization
2.8.14  IS-IS Authentication

2.9 IPv4/v6 BGP
2.9.1  IBGP and EBGP
2.9.2  BGP attributes
2.9.3  BGP synchronization
2.9.4  BGP routes Summarization
2.9.5  Route Dampening
2.9.6  BGP route reflector
2.9.7  BGP Community
2.9.8  BGP Peer Groups
2.9.9  BGP Security
2.9.10  Principles of Route Selection

2.10 Route Control
2.10.1  Filtering
2.10.2  IP Prefix list
2.10.3  Route Import(redistribution)
2.10.4  Route policy
2.10.5  Summarization
2.10.6  Preference
2.10.7  Other advanced features


3. MPLS VPN
3.1  MPLS

3.1.1  MPLS network component (P, PE, CE)
3.1.2  MPLS label format
3.1.3  MPLS label encapsulation
3.1.4  MPLS label stack
3.1.5  MPLS label operation
3.1.6  Forwarding Equivalence Class
3.1.7  LDP
3.1.8  Label advisement model
3.1.9  MPLS LDP—Local Label Allocation Filtering
3.1.10  MPLS LDP Inbound/outbound Label Binding Filtering
3.2 MPLS Layer 3 VPN
3.2.1  MP-IBGP VPNv4 peering
3.2.2  VPN-instance
3.2.3  Route Distinguisher
3.2.4  Route Target
3.2.5  Route Target import/export
3.2.6  PE-CE–Dynamic Routes
3.2.7  PE-CE–Static Routes
3.2.8  Redistributing PE-CE routes into VPNv4
3.2.9  Redistributing VPNv4 routes into PE-CE routing table
3.2.10  MCE
3.3 Inter-AS MPLS BGP VPN
3.3.1  Option A
3.3.2  Option B
3.3.3  Option C


4. IPv4/v6 Multicast
4.1.1  Multicast distribution tree
4.1.2  Multicast forwarding
4.1.3  Multicast RPF
4.1.4  PIM sparse mode
4.1.5  IGMP/MLD
4.1.6  IGMP Snooping/MLD Snooping
4.1.7  PIM RP, and BSR
4.1.8  Multicast tools, features, and source-specific multicast


5. Network Security
5.1 Access lists
5.2 uRPF
5.3 IP Source Guard
5.4 AAA
5.5 802.1x / NAC
5.6 NAT

5.6.1  Static NAT/NAPT
5.6.2  Dynamic NAT/PAT
5.6.3  Easy IP
5.6.4  NAT Server
5.6.5  Twice NAT
5.6.6  ALG
5.6.7  NAT Mapping
5.6.8  NAT Filtering
5.7 Device access control
5.8 IPsec
5.9 Traffic Suppression
5.10 Local Attack Defense
5.11 IP Address Anti-spoofing
5.12 ARP Security
5.13 DHCP Security


6. QoS
6.1.1  Classification
6.1.2  Traffic Policing
6.1.3  Traffic Shaping
6.1.4  Congestion Avoidance
6.1.5  Congestion Management


7. Network Management
7.1.1  Syslog
7.1.2  IP Service Level Agreement SLA
7.1.3  NetStream
7.1.4  NQA
7.1.5  SNMP
7.1.6  FTP
7.1.7  Telnet
7.1.8  SSH


8. Features
8.1.1  VRRP
8.1.2  VGMP
8.1.3  Interface Backup
8.1.4  NTP
8.1.5  DHCP
8.1.6  BFD
8.1.7  NSF/GR
8.1.8  NSR


9. SDN
9.1.1  Strategy of SDN/NFV
9.1.2  SDN architecture
9.1.3  VXLAN
9.1.4  EVPN


Note:
The content mentioned in this article is just a general exam guide; the exam may also contain more related content that is not mentioned here.
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Reference
HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Course
HCIE-Routing & Switching V3.0 Lab Guide


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