The full name of 300-180 DCIT exam is Troubleshooting Cisco Data Center Infrastructure. The Associated Certification is CCNP Data Center. There are 60-70 questions in real Cisco 300-180 DCIT exam, which will take the candidates 90 minutes to complete the test. The available language is English. Candidates can register Cisco 300-180 DCIT exam at Pearson VUE testing center.

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1.0 Troubleshooting Data Network Protocols 26%

1.1 Troubleshoot data center protocols
1.1.a VPC
1.1.b Fabric path
1.1.b [i] Segment ID
1.1.b [ii] Distributed gateway, anycast HSRP
1.1.b [iii] MBGP
1.1.b [iv] vPC+
1.1.c VXLAN
1.1.c [i] Distributed gateway
1.1.c [ii] MBGP EVPN
1.1.c [iii] VPC
1.1.d OTV
1.1.e LISP
1.2 Troubleshoot routing protocols
1.2.a OSPFv2, OSPFv3
1.2.b IS-IS
1.2.c PIM
1.2.d FHRP
1.2.d [i] HSRP
1.2.d [ii] VRRP
1.3 Troubleshoot switching protocols
1.3.a STP
1.3.b LACP/port channel
1.3.c FEX, VNTAG

2.0 Troubleshooting Network Virtualization and Automation 13%

2.1 Troubleshoot logical device separation
2.1.a VDC
2.1.b VRF
2.2 Troubleshoot virtual switching technologies
2.3 Troubleshoot configuration profiles
2.3.a Auto-config
2.3.b Port profiles
2.3.c Configuration synchronization

3.0 Troubleshooting Application Centric Infrastructure 13%

3.1 Troubleshoot fabric discovery process
3.2 Troubleshoot VMM domain integration
3.3 Troubleshoot tenant-based policies
3.3.a EPGs
3.3.a [i] Pathing
3.3.a [ii] Domains
3.3.b Contracts
3.3.b [i] Consumer
3.3.b [ii] Providers
3.3.b [iii] Inter-tenant
3.3.c Private networks
3.3.c [i] Enforced/unenforced
3.3.d Bridge domains
3.3.d [i] Unknown unicast settings
3.3.d [ii] ARP settings
3.3.d [iii] Unicast routing
3.4 Troubleshoot external network integration
3.4.a External bridge network
3.4.b External routed network
3.5 Troubleshoot packet flow
3.5.a Unicast
3.5.b Multicast
3.5.c Broadcast
3.5.d Endpoint database
3.6 Troubleshoot security domains and role mapping
3.6.a AAA
3.6.b RBAC

4.0 Troubleshooting Data Center Storage 17%

4.1 Troubleshoot Fibre Channel
4.1.a Switched fabric initialization
4.1.b Fibre Channel buffer credit starvation
4.1.c FCID
4.2 Troubleshoot Fibre Channel protocol services
4.2.a Zoning
4.2.b FCNS
4.2.c VSAN
4.2.d FSPF
4.3 Troubleshoot FCoE
4.3.a Storage VDC
4.3.b FIP
4.3.c FCoE topologies
4.3.d DCB
4.4 Troubleshoot boot from SAN
4.4.a FCoE / Fibre Channel
4.4.b iSCSI
4.4.c Multipath
4.5 Troubleshoot FCoE/FC interface parameters
4.5.a Dedicated and shared mode
4.5.b Port types
4.5.c Port channels, ISL
4.6 Troubleshoot SAN technologies
4.6.a Fabric redundancy
4.6.b NPV, NPIV, FCF

5.0 Troubleshooting Data Center Compute Platforms 21%

5.1 Troubleshoot Cisco computing platforms
5.1.a Stand-alone computing
5.1.b Chassis/blade
5.1.c Modular / server cartridges
5.1.d Server integration
5.2 Troubleshoot hardware interoperability
5.2.a Converged Network Adapters / port expanders
5.2.b Firmware
5.2.c I/O modules / FEX
5.2.d Fabric interconnects
5.3 Troubleshoot packet flow from server to the fabric
5.4 Troubleshoot server abstraction technologies
5.4.a Service profiles
5.4.a [i] Pools
5.4.a [ii] Policies
5.4.a [ii] 1 Connectivity
5.4.a [ii] 2 Placement policy
5.4.a [ii] 3 Remote boot policies

6.0 Troubleshooting Data Center Management and Operations 10%

6.1 Troubleshoot firmware upgrades, packages, and interoperability
6.2 Troubleshoot integration of centralized management
6.3 Troubleshooting data center LAN and SAN security
6.3.a Troubleshoot fabric binding and port security
6.3.b Troubleshoot AAA and RBAC
6.3.c Troubleshoot first-hop security
6.3.c [i] Dynamic ARP inspections
6.3.c [ii] DHCP snooping
6.3.c [iii] Unicast RPF
6.3.c [iv] MACsec
6.3.c [v] Port security
6.3.d Troubleshoot CoPP
6.3.e Troubleshoot ACLs
6.4 Troubleshoot data center compute security
6.4.a Troubleshoot AAA and RBAC
6.4.b Troubleshoot key management