Cisco IOS XR System Administration (IOSXR200-V)

Course Description

Cisco IOS XR System Administration - Virtual (IOSXR200)

The Cisco IOS XR System Administration - Virtual (IOSXR200) v1.1 course covers the fundamental concepts on which the Cisco® Internetwork Operating System (IOS) XR operating system is based, as well as the knowledge and skills you need to perform system administration tasks using Cisco IOS® XR Software.

In Cisco IOS XR System Administration - Virtual (IOSXR200), you will also learn how to interpret log messages, configure exception reporting and logging, perform software installations, configure authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) authentication, configure secure domain routers, configure the Network Time Protocol, monitor system processes, perform packet filtering, and configure Management Plane Protection.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of the highly available and highly secure Cisco IOS XR operating system
  • Prepare to perform system administration tasks using Cisco IOS XR in a service provider network


  • Completion of the Introduction to Cisco IOS XR (IOSXR100) course, or equivalent hands-on experience configuring and supporting Cisco IOS XR–based routers
  • Experience working with CLI-based network devices
  • Basic knowledge of the architecture and operations of Cisco IOS XR–based routers
  • Fundamental knowledge of Cisco IOS XR configuration and operation


  1. Configuration File System
  2. Software Installation - Pre-Installation Checks
  3. Activating/Deactivating Software Packages
  4. Configuring Non-Owner Secure Domain Router
  5. Configuring User Security Policies
  6. Configuring TACACS+ AAA Authentication on the Router
  7. Accessing and Configuring the TACACS+ Server
  8. Configuring TACACS+ Authentication for VTY Users
  9. Enabling Command Accounting through the TACACS + Server
  10. Network Time Synchronization
  11. Monitoring Processes
  12. Monitoring a Routing Protocol Process Restart
  13. Monitoring Memory
  14. Configuring SNMP
  15. Configuring Logging
  16. Configuring IPv4 Filtering
  17. Using ACLs for Troubleshooting
  18. Implementing and Verifying Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uPRF)
  19. Configuring Management Plane Protection (MPP)

Course Information

Length: 4 day

Format: Lecture and Lab

Delivery Method: Virtual

Max. Capacity: 12


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