Cisco braindump, CCIP QoS and Multicast (640-905) exam.
The QoS and Multicast exam is one exam within a series of exams required to achieve CCIP certification. Topics on the exam include: Multicast concepts, PIM Sparse and Dense Mode Protocols, Multicast on switched networks, QoS fundamentals, QoS functionality, and overall QoS implementation concepts.
Exam #: 640-905
Time Limit: 90 min.
# of Questions: 65-75
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The Multicast + QoS exam is one exam within a series of exams required to achieve a CCIP certification.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the Multicast + QoS exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam.
PART 1: IP Multicast
IP Multicast Technology
Determine IP multicasting services and their implementation needs.
List various types of multicast applications and determine their requirements.
Explain the issues of multicast technologies on data-link layer.
PIM Dense Mode Protocol, Configuration, Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Explain the principles and detailed operation of PIM Dense mode.
Identify the roles of various PIM DM control packets.
Identify the deficiencies of PIM DM.
Reliable IP Multicasting, Configuration, Monitoring and Troubleshooting
Describe the problems of the basic IP multicast model with respect to reliability and application requirements.
Identify the steps to configure and troubleshoot Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM).
Configure Cisco routers and LAN switches for CGMP, IGMP Snooping and RGMP.
Troubleshoot Cisco routers and LAN switches for IP multicast in switched LAN networks.
PART 2: IP QoS
Conceptual Models for QoS
Describe the need for IP QoS.
Describe the Integrated Services model.
Building Blocks of QoS
Describe the building blocks of IP QoS mechanisms.
List the IP QoS mechanisms available in the Cisco IOS.
Describe what QoS features are supported by different IP QoS mechanisms.
Classification and Marking Mechanisms
Describe Policy-based routing and how it can be used to classify and mark IP packets.
Describe QoS Policy Propagation through BGP and how it can be used to classify and mark IP packets.
List other mechanisms that also support classification and marking capabilities.
Traffic Shaping and Policing Mechanisms
Describe Generic Traffic Shaping (GTS).
Identify the steps to configure Frame Relay Traffic Shaping (FRTS).
Describe and identify the steps to configure Committed Access Rate (CAR).
Congestion Avoidance Mechanisms
Describe Random Early Detection (RED).
Describe and identify the steps to configure Flow-based WRED.
Describe and identify the steps to configure Selective Packet Discard (SPD).
Link Efficiency Mechanisms
Describe and identify the steps to configure Stacker payload compression.
Describe and identify the steps to configure Predictor payload compression.
Describe and configure TCP header compression.
Describe Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP).
Describe and configure RSVP on shared media using Subnet Bandwidth Management (SBM).
Monitor and troubleshoot RSVP.
Understand Network-based Application Recognition (NBAR).
Monitor and troubleshoot class maps.
Monitor and troubleshoot policy maps.
QoS and IP over ATM
List the requirements of IP QoS in combination with ATM QoS.
Describe per-VC queuing.
Describe and configure per-VC WRED.
Monitor and troubleshoot IP QoS on ATM interfaces.