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Exam Description: The Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) exam (200-150) is a 90-
minute, 55–65 question assessment. This exam is one of the exams associated with the CCNA Data
Center Certification. This exam tests a candidate's knowledge of data center physical infrastructure, data
center networking concepts, and data center storage networking. The course, Introducing Cisco Data
Center Networking v6 (DCICN), will help candidates prepare for this exam, as the content is aligned with
the exam topics.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However,
other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the
contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without
notice.
15% 1.0 Data Center Physical Infrastructure
1.1 Describe different types of cabling, uses, and limitations
1.2 Describe different types of transceivers, uses, and limitations
1.3 Identify physical components of a server and perform basic troubleshooting
1.4 Identify physical port roles
1.5 Describe power redundancy modes
23% 2.0 Basic Data Center Networking Concepts
2.1 Compare and contrast the OSI and the TCP/IP models
2.2 Describe classic Ethernet fundamentals
2.2.a Forward
2.2.b Filter
2.2.c Flood
2.2.d MAC address table
2.3 Describe switching concepts and perform basic configuration
2.3.a STP
2.3.b 802.1q
2.3.c Port channels
2.3.d Neighbor discovery
2.3.d (i) CDP
2.3.d (ii) LLDP
2.3.e Storm control

23% 3.0 Advanced Data Center Networking Concepts
3.1 Basic routing operations
3.1.a Explain and demonstrate IPv4/IPv6 addressing

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3.1.b Compare and contrast static and dynamic routing
3.1.c Perform basic configuration of SVI/routed interfaces
3.2 Compare and contrast the First Hop Redundancy Protocols
3.2.a VRRP
3.2.b GLBP
3.2.c HSRP
3.3 Compare and contrast common data center network architectures
3.3.a 2 Tier
3.3.b 3 Tier
3.3.c Spine-leaf
3.4 Describe the use of access control lists to perform basic traffic filtering
3.5 Describe the basic concepts and components of authentication, authorization, and
accounting

19% 4.0 Basic Data Center Storage
4.1 Differentiate between file and block based storage protocols
4.2 Describe the roles of FC/FCoE port types
4.3 Describe the purpose of a VSAN
4.4 Describe the addressing model of block based storage protocols
4.4.a FC
4.4.b iSCSI

20% 5.0 Advanced Data Center Storage
5.1 Describe FCoE concepts and operations
5.1.a Encapsulation
5.1.b DCB
5.1.c vFC
5.1.d Topologies
5.1.d (i) Single hop
5.1.d (ii) Multihop
5.1.d (iii) Dynamic
5.2 Describe Node Port Virtualization
5.3 Describe zone types and their uses
5.4 Verify the communication between the initiator and target
5.4.a FLOGI
5.4.b FCNS
5.4.c active zone set

Exam Description: The Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) exam (200-155) is a
90-minute, 55–65 question assessment. This exam is one of the exams associated with the CCNA Data
Center Certification. This exam tests a candidate's knowledge of fundamental data center technologies
including unified computing, data center network virtualization, Cisco data center networking
technologies, data center automation and orchestration, and Application Centric Infrastructure. The
course, Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies v6 (DCICT), will help candidates prepare for this
exam, as the content is aligned with the exam topics.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However,
other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the
contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without
notice.
25% 1.0 Unified Computing
1.1 Describe common server types and connectivity found in a data center
1.2 Describe the physical components of the Cisco UCS
1.3 Describe the concepts and benefits of Cisco UCS hardware abstraction
1.4 Perform basic Cisco UCS configuration
1.4.a Cluster high availability
1.4.b Port roles
1.4.c Hardware discovery
1.5 Describe server virtualization concepts and benefits
1.5.a Hypervisors
1.5.b Virtual switches
1.5.c Shared storage
1.5.d Virtual Machine components
1.5.e Virtual Machine Manager
17% 2.0 Network Virtualization
2.1 Describe the components and operations of Cisco virtual switches
2.2 Describe the concepts of overlays
2.2.a OTV
2.2.b NVGRE
2.2.c VXLAN
2.3 Describe the benefits and perform simple troubleshooting of VDC STP

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2.4 Compare and contrast the default and management VRFs
2.5 Differentiate between the data, control, and management planes
26% 3.0 Cisco Data Center Networking Technologies
3.1 Describe, configure, and verify FEX connectivity
3.2 Describe, configure, and verify basic vPC features
3.3 Describe, configure, and verify FabricPath
3.4 Describe, configure, and verify unified switch ports
3.5 Describe the features and benefits of Unified Fabric
3.6 Describe and explain the use of role-based access control within the data center
infrastructure

15% 4.0 Automation and Orchestration
4.1 Explain the purpose and value of using APIs
4.2 Describe the basic concepts of cloud computing
4.3 Describe the basic functions of a Cisco UCS Director
4.3.a Management
4.3.b Orchestration
4.3.c Multitenancy
4.3.d Chargeback
4.3.e Service offerings
4.3.f Catalogs
4.4 Interpret and troubleshoot a Cisco UCS Director workflow
17% 5.0 Application Centric Infrastructure
5.1 Describe the architecture of an ACI environment
5.1.a Basic policy resolution
5.1.b APIC controller
5.1.c Spine leaf
5.1.d APIs
5.2 Describe the fabric discovery process
5.3 Describe the policy-driven, multitier application deployment model and its benefits
5.4 Describe the ACI logical model
5.4.a Tenants
5.4.b Context
5.4.c Bridge domains
5.4.d EPG
5.4.e Contracts

Exam Description: The Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) exam (200-310) is a 75-
minute assessment with 55–65 questions that are associated with the Cisco CCDA® Design certification.
This exam requires a foundation or apprentice knowledge of network design for Cisco enterprise
network architectures. CCDA certified professionals can design routed and switched network
infrastructures and services involving LAN/WAN technologies for SMB or basic enterprise campus and
branch networks.
The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However,
other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the
contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without
notice.
15% 1.0 Design Methodologies
1.1 Describe the Cisco Design lifecycle – PBM (plan, build, manage)
1.2 Describe the information required to characterize an existing network as part of the
planning for a design change
1.3 Describe the use cases and benefits of network characterization tools (SNMP, NBAR,
NetFlow)
1.4 Compare and contrast the top-down and bottom-up design approaches
20% 2.0 Design Objectives
2.1 Describe the importance and application of modularity in a network
2.2 Describe the importance and application of hierarchy in a network
2.3 Describe the importance and application of scalability in a network
2.4 Describe the importance and application of resiliency in a network
2.5 Describe the importance and application of concept of fault domains in a network
20% 3.0 Addressing and Routing Protocols in an Existing Network
3.1 Describe the concept of scalable addressing
3.1.a Hierarchy
3.1.b Summarization
3.1.c Efficiency
3.2 Design an effective IP addressing scheme
3.2.a Subnetting
3.2.b Summarization
3.2.c Scalability
3.2.d NAT

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3.3 Identify routing protocol scalability considerations
3.3.a Number of peers
3.3.b Convergence requirements
3.3.c Summarization boundaries and techniques
3.3.d Number of routing entries
3.3.e Impact of routing table of performance
3.3.f Size of the flooding domain
3.3.g Topology
3.4 Design a routing protocol expansion
3.4.a IGP protocols (EIGRP, OSPF, ISIS)
3.4.b BGP (eBGP peering, iBGP peering

20% 4.0 Enterprise Network Design
4.1 Design a basic campus
4.1.a Layer 2/Layer 3 demarcation
4.1.b Spanning tree
4.1.c Ether channels
4.1.d First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP)
4.1.e Chassis virtualization
4.2 Design a basic enterprise network
4.2.a Layer 3 protocols and redistribution
4.2.b WAN connectivity
4.2.b(i) Topologies (hub and spoke, spoke to spoke, point to point, full/partial
mesh)
4.2.b(ii) Connectivity methods (DMVPN, get VPN, MPLS Layer 3 VPN, Layer 2
VPN, static IPsec, GRE,VTI)
4.2.b(iii) Resiliency (SLAs, backup links, QoS)
4.2.c Connections to the data center
4.2.d Edge connectivity
4.2.d(i) Internet connectivity
4.2.d(ii) ACLs and firewall placements
4.2.d(iii) NAT placement
4.3 Design a basic branch network
4.3.a Redundancy
4.3.a(i) Connectivity
4.3.a(ii) Hardware
4.3.a(iii) Service provider
4.3.b Link capacity
4.3.b(i) Bandwidth
4.3.b(ii) Delay

25% 5.0 Considerations for Expanding an Existing Network
5.1 Describe design considerations for wireless network architectures
5.1.a Physical and virtual controllers
5.1.b Centralized and decentralized designs

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5.2 Identify integration considerations and requirements for controller-based wireless
networks
5.2.a Traffic flows
5.2.b Bandwidth consumption
5.2.c AP and controller connectivity
5.2.d QoS
5.3 Describe security controls integration considerations
5.3.a Traffic filtering and inspection
5.3.b Firewall and IPS placement and functionality
5.4 Identify traffic flow implications as a result of security controls
5.4.a Client access methods
5.4.b Network access control
5.5 Identify high-level considerations for collaboration (voice, streaming video, interactive
video) applications
5.5.a QoS (shaping vs. policing, trust boundaries, jitter, delay, loss)
5.5.b Capacity
5.5.c Convergence time
5.5.d Service placement
5.6 Describe the concepts of virtualization within a network design
5.7 Identify network elements that can be virtualized
5.7.a Physical elements (chassis, VSS, VDC, contexts)
5.7.b Logical elements (routing elements, tunneling, VRFs, VLANs)
5.8 Describe the concepts of network programmability within a network design
5.8.a APIs
5.8.b Controllers
5.8.c Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI)
5.9 Describe data center components
5.9.a Server load balancing basics
5.9.b Blocking vs. non-blocking Layer 2
5.9.c Layer 2 extension

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