Monthly Archives: October 2014

Revision CCIE Service Provider Exam Topic Updates from v3.0 to v4.0

Cisco announced a new Exam for CCIE SP v4, this new exam will follow a new structure like the newest one CCIE R&S v5.

The last day to test for both the Written Exam v3.0 (350-029) and the Lab Exam v3.0 will be May 21, 2015.  Beginning May 22, 2015, the Written Exam v4.0 (400-201) and the Lab Exam v4.0 will be available for testing.



CCIE Service Provider Written Exam Version 4.0 (400-201)








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CCIE Service Provider Lab Exam Version 4.0


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  • P and PE role: ASR 9000 series running IOS-XR 5.2 Release
  • RR and CE role: ASR 1000 series running IOS-XE 3.13 (15.4S) Release
  • PE and CE role: Cisco 7600 series running IOS 15.4S Release
  • Access and Aggregation: ME 3600 series running IOS 15.4S Release

CCIE Service Provider Exam Topic Updates from v3.0 to v4.0

Written Exam Topics v4.0

Lab Exam Topics v4.0

Equipment List v4.0

junOS error: Cannot parse routing-option max-interface-supported

While i was testing multicast in a Olive version i faced the issue bellow, but exists a KB20977 to fix it. The difference here is because i´m using OS 12.1 in a Olive box…

There are 2 ways to fix this, or you use a static dummy route (pex or configure a hidden command.

[email protected]# run show version
Hostname: R2
Model: olive
JUNOS Base OS boot [12.1R1.9]
JUNOS Base OS Software Suite [12.1R1.9]
JUNOS Kernel Software Suite [12.1R1.9]
JUNOS Crypto Software Suite [12.1R1.9]

Config OSPF and PIM

[email protected]# set protocols ospf area 0 interface all
[email protected]# set protocols pim interface all mode sparse
[email protected]# commit
error: PIM: Cannot parse routing-optionmax-interface-supported
error: configuration check-out failed


There are two workarounds for this issue:

  • Configure any dummy route under [edit routing-options static]:
set routing-options static route reject
  • Alternatively configure the following hidden command:
 set routing-options max-interface-supported 0

I choose the second workaround and commited the config without problems

[email protected]# set routing-options max-interface-supported 0
[email protected]# commit
commit complete

Notas estudo Advanced Junos Enterprise Switching (AJEX)

Um dos cursos recomendados para obter o JNCIP-ENT é o Advanced Junos Enterprise Switching (AJEX). Aqui ficam as minhas notas para download.


After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Implement filter-based VLAN assignments.
  • Restrict traffic flow within a VLAN.
  • Manage dynamic VLAN registration.
  • Tunnel Layer 2 traffic through Ethernet networks.
  • Review the purpose and operations of a spanning tree.
  • Implement multiple spanning-tree instances in a network.
  • Implement one or more spanning-tree instances for a VLAN.
  • List the benefits of implementing end-user authentication.
  • Explain the operations of various access control features.
  • Configure and monitor various access control features.
  • Describe processing considerations when multiple authentication and access control features are enabled.
  • Describe some common IP telephony deployment scenarios.
  • Describe features that facilitate IP telephony deployments.
  • Configure and monitor features used in IP telephony deployments.
  • Explain the purpose and basic operations of CoS.
  • Describe CoS features used in Layer 2 networks.
  • Configure and monitor CoS in a Layer 2 network .
  • Describe a basic troubleshooting method.
  • List common issues that disrupt network operations.
  • Identify tools used in network troubleshooting.
  • Use available tools to resolve network issues.


Intended Audience

This course benefits individuals responsible for configuring and monitoring EX Series switches.

Course Level

AJEX is an advanced-level course.


Students should have an intermediate-level of networking knowledge and an understanding of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model and the TCP/IP protocol suite. Students should also attend the Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) course, the Junos Routing Essentials (JRE) course, and the Junos Enterprise Switching (JEX) course prior to attending this class.

Course Contents

Day 1

Chapter 1: Course Introduction

Chapter 2: Advanced Ethernet Switching

  • Virtual Local Area Networks
  • Automating VLAN Administration
  • Tunneling Layer 2 Traffic
  • Lab 1: Advanced Ethernet Switching

Chapter 3: Advanced Spanning Tree

  • Spanning Tree Review
  • MSTP
  • VSTP
  • Lab 2: Advanced Spanning Tree

Chapter 4: Authentication and Access Control

  • Authentication Overview
  • Access Control Features
  • Overview of Authentication Processing
  • Lab 3: Authentication and Access Control

Day 2

Chapter 5: Deploying IP Telephony Features

  • Deployment Scenarios
  • IP Telephony Features
  • Case Study: Deploying IP Telephony Features
  • Lab 4: Deploying IP Telephony Features

Chapter 6: Class of Service

  • Class of Service Review
  • Processing and Feature Overview
  • Case Study: Implementing Class of Service
  • Lab 5: Class of Service

Chapter 7: Monitoring and Troubleshooting Layer 2 Networks

  • Introduction to Monitoring and Troubleshooting
  • Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tools
  • Case Studies
  • Lab 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting

SDN and Python in Coursera coming soon

Time to learn different things, this time i will learn SDN concepts and re-learn how to programming but in Python… Yes, i did a lot of programming while i was taking my degree at University using Java,C,C++, PHP and other technologies.

I heard really good things from my friends who took courses on Coursera, so i decided to try it.


Software Defined Networking by Georgia Institute of Technology

About the Course

This course introduces software defined networking, an emerging paradigm in computer networking that allows a logically centralized software program to control the behavior of an entire network.

Separating a network’s control logic from the underlying physical routers and switches that forward traffic allows network operators to write high-level control programs that specify the behavior of an entire network, in contrast to conventional networks, whereby network operators must codify functionality in terms of low-level device configuration.

Logically centralized network control makes it possible for operators to specify more complex tasks that involve integrating many disjoint network functions (e.g., security, resource control, prioritization) into a single control framework, allowing network operators to create more sophisticated policies, and making network configurations easier to configure, manage, troubleshoot, and debug.

 Course Syllabus

This course will cover 8 modules (one per week).

Module 1: History and evolution of SDN

Module 2: Control and data plane separation

Module 3: Control Plane

Module 4: Network Virtualization

Module 5: Data Plane

Module 6: Programming SDNs

Modules 7: Verification and Debugging

Module 8: Use Cases and Looking Forward

Recommended Background

Students should have taken at least an undergraduate-level networking course and have programming experience in Python. Experience with virtual machines and other virtual networking environments may also be useful.

Suggested Readings

There are some useful videos available online; these might be a good starting point for many people:

You may find the additional reading useful for introductory material:

Course Format

The course will consist of a series of video lectures, each about 10 minutes in length.

Assignments for the course are lab-based programming assignments, many of which build off of the Mininet software developed at Stanford University, which can run SDNs in emulated environments on networks of virtual machines.


Programming for Everybody (Python) by University of Michigan

About the Course

This course is specifically designed to be a first programming course using the popular Python programming language. The pace of the course is designed to lead to mastery of each of the topics in the class. We will use simple data analysis as the programming exercises through the course. Understanding how to process data is valuable for everyone regardless of your career. This course might kindle an interest in more advanced programming courses or courses in web design and development or just provide skills when you are faced with a bunch of data that you need to analyze. You can do the programming assignments for the class using a web browser or using your personal computer. All required software for the course is free.

Course Syllabus

Week One: Introduction – Why we program?
Week Two: Variables and Expressions
Week Three: Conditional code
Week Four: Functions
Week Five: Loops and Iteration
Week Six: Strings
Week Seven: Files
Week Eight: Lists
Week Nine: Dictionaries
Week Ten: Tuples
Optional Topic: Regular Expressions

Recommended Background

There are no pre-requisites for this course. We avoid any advanced mathematics. You can do the entire class using a web browser. If you are going to do the programming exercises on your own computer (optional), you should know how to download and install software and be able to make folders and organize files on your computer. We will have detailed instructional videos for both Windows and Macintosh computers for all software installation and file management tasks for those who want to do software development on their computers. All required software for this class is free.

Suggested Readings

The textbook is titled Python for Informatics: Exploring Information.  The book is free to download in all major electronic formats including: PDF, EPUB, MOBI, HTML, and Apple’s iBooks.  The free iBooks version of the book contains enhanced video materials and exercises built into the book.  You can purchase a printed copy of the book from Amazon for $8.99.   It is not necessary to purchase the printed book.   All of the book materials are available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

Get a free Meraki Access Point

After assist Webinar Cloud Managed WiFi: Next Step in Wireless and provide feedback i was entitled to get a free Meraki Access Point (MR18). Consult here all next live webinars

After 3 days wating my Meraki MR18 arrived….

Meraki will broadcast by default a SSID with your company name

After you connect your AP to the network it will use a Default SSID to connect to the Meraki controller in the cloud









Even if you try to connect to this default SSID you get….


Next use the Meraki Dashboard to control your Wifi network

To review your networks use Creating and deleting dashboard networks, was not to intuitive to get there…..

Once the AP connect to Meraki Controller we are set to go







By default the Network Access is




By default the AP use NAT mode, for my case i´m using bridge mode



A report after a few minutes surfing…








included 3 years of support for this AP



Ideal use cases

  • General use wireless LANs
  • Mobility-intensive organizations

Hardware features

  • 3 radios: 2.4 and 5 GHz, dual-band WIDS/WIPS
  • 2-stream 802.11n, up to 600 Mbps
  • Gigabit Ethernet port
  • 802.3af PoE compatible, AC adapter available

Cloud management

  • Network-wide visibility and control
  • Self-provisioning for rapid deployment
  • Automatic reporting
  • Seamless firmware updates

Enterprise security

  • 802.1X and native Active Directory integration
  • Air Marshal: real-time WIPS with forensics
  • Stateful Layer 3-7 firewall
  • Identity-based group policies
  • Built-in antivirus scan (NAC)

Guest access

  • 1-click secure guest access
  • Guest isolation firewall
  • Customizable splash pages
RF optimization
  • Dual-concurrent, 2-stream MIMO radios
  • Third radio dedicated to security and RF management
  • Built-in real-time RF spectrum view
  • Cloud-based automatic RF optimization
Layer 7 traffic shaping
  • Classifies hundreds of applications
  • Create per-application bandwidth limits
  • Prioritize productivity apps
  • Restrict recreational traffic
  • Self-configuring, self-optimizing mesh
  • High performance multi-radio routing protocols
  • Extends coverage to hard-to-wire areas
  • Self-heals after cable or switch failures
Device management
  • Create device-specific firewall rules
  • Deploy applications and updates
  • Troubleshoot issues with built-in RDP


MR18 Installation Guide

Meraki Documentation

Meraki Wireless LAN