Cisco dumps, Cisco Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (640-901) exam.
The BSCI exam is one of the exams required to achieve CCIP certification. This exam is a replacement for the Routing exam (640-603 RTING), and includes all topics for the Routing exam as plus additional information relevant to communications and services audiences. The following areas are covered: routing principles, extending IP addresses, OSPF, IS-IS, EIGRP, BGP & routing optimization.
Exam #: 640-901
Time Limit: 75 min.
Avg. Time: 61 min.
# of Questions: 55-65
Format: Form-based and simulation
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The Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks exam is one exam within a series of exams required to achieve CCIP certification. This exam will also be accepted as a replacement for the Routing exam (640-603 RTING), since the content includes all topics for the Routing exam as well as additional information relevant to communications and services audiences.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam.
List the key information routers need to route data
Describe classful and classless routing protocols
Compare distance vector and link-state protocol operation
Extending IP Addresses
Use VLSMs to extend the use of the IP addresses
Explain if route summarization is or is not possible for a specific addressing scheme
Configure an IP helper address to manage broadcasts
Configuring OSFP in a Single Area
Explain why OSPF is better than RIP in a large internetwork
Explain how OSPF operates in an single area NBMA environment
Configure OSPF for proper operation in a single area
Interconnecting Multiple OSFP Areas
Explain the differences between the possible types of areas, routers, and LSAs
Explain how OSPF supports the use of VLSM
Explain how OSPF operates in a multiple area NBMA environment
Configure a multiarea OSPF network
Configuring IS-IS Protocol
Explain basic OSI terminology and network layer protocols used in OSI
Explain how networks and interfaces are represented in IS-IS
Describe the hierarchical structure of IS-IS areas
Describe the concept of establishing adjacencies
Describe the concepts of routing traffic transport and database synchronization
Identify verification methods which ensure proper operation of Integrated IS-IS on Cisco routers
Describe Enhanced IGRP features and operation
Explain how EIGRP discovers, chooses, and maintains routes
Explain how EIGRP supports the use of route summarization
Configure Enhanced IGRP
Configuring Basic Border Gateway Protocol
Describe BGP features and operation
Explain how BGP policy-based routing functions within an autonomous system
Explain how BGP peering functions
Describe BGP synchronization
Implementing BGP in Scalable Networks
Explain and configure BGP route reflectors
Describe and configure policy control in BGP using prefix lists
Describe methods to connect to multiple ISPs using BGP
Optimizing Routing Update Operation
Select and configure the different ways to control routing update traffic
Configure route redistribution in a network that does not have redundant paths between dissimilar routing processes
Configure policy-based routing using route maps.