Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) (Voucher Included)

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) (Voucher Included)

Center for Continuing Professional Development

The CCNP Certification Training Bundle contains 3 training courses, preparing you for the CCNP Routing & Switching certification. The CCNP certification is one of the highest level credentials Cisco offers, preparing you for positions as a Network Engineer, System Engineer, Network Administrator and many other positions. You will be proficient in advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing scalable and highly secure Cisco routers that are connected to LANs, WANs, and IPv6.

In the CCNP Routing & Switching program you will learn the necessary information needed to become an expert in Cisco technology, most specifically Cisco routing and switching. Upon completion, you will have an expertise in IP configuration, EIGRP, VLAN’s and Trunking, LAN and WAN protocols as well as many other topics. The CCNP is one of Cisco’s highest ranking certifications and commands a substantial salary in the marketplace.

Once you are CCNP certified, you will be qualified for a variety of networking related positions; including but not limited to, Network Engineer, System Administrator, LAN Engineer and many others. Having the CCNP certification will provide you with a valuable advantage in the marketplace to attain high paying IT positions in the networking sector of the technology field.

You will also be able to login via virtual machines to a live infrastructure and practice on live environments. Live Labs provide a true “hands-on” experience, right from the comfort of one’s home or office. You will have full access to a variety of preconfigured virtual exercises as well as the ability to practice without restriction on the lab equipment. In today’s world of complex IT systems and technologies it is essential that IT professionals are able to demonstrate how to use and understand vendor products and software. Using Live Labs allow students to develop their practical IT skills in a safe working environment without the need to invest in your own hardware and software.

Upon completion of this program, you will be prepared for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching Certification Exams 300-101 ROUTE, 300-115 SWITCH, and 300-135 TSHOOT. The registration fee for these exams are included with the program.

 

# of Hours 260
Format Distance education - online 

Prerequisites You will need a valid Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification or any Cisco CCIE certification can act as a prerequisite 
Audience

In this program you will learn and prepare for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching Certification Exams 300-101 ROUTE, 300-115 SWITCH, and 300-135 TSHOOT.  The registration fee for these exams are included with the program.

Competency Checklist:

Upon completion of your program, you will learn:

  • Cisco Enterprise Architecture
  • EIGRP
  • LAN/WAN Protocols
  • IPV6
  • OSPF Configuration
  • Switch Configuration
  • IP Configuration
  • Routing

Prepares You For...

Careers:

  • Network Engineer
  • System Administrator
  • Network Administrator
  • LAN Engineer
  • Network Specialist

Certification:

  • 300-101 ROUTE -Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE)
  • 300-115 SWITCH - Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH)
  • 300-135 TSHOOT - Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT)
Outline

Cisco 300-101
I.    Module 1: Plan and Design
            A.    Introduction
            B.    Review Routing Fundamentals
            C.    Review Route Selection
            D.    Review Switching Versus Routing
            E.    Review IP Subnetting
            F.    Review How to Subnet
            G.    Review IP Address Classes
II.    Module 2: EIGRP Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
            A.    Plan and Design ¬Part 1
            B.     Plan And Design¬ Part 2
            C.    EIGRP Config
            D.    Configuring RIPng
            E.    Building EIGRP Topology Table
            F.    EIGRP Stub Routing
            G.    EIGRP Summarization
            H.    EIGRP Load Balancing
            I.    Discovering Main EIGRP Configuration
            J.    Implementing EIGRP Through Name Config
            K.    Configure EIGRP Authentication
            L.    Configure Authentication for EIGRP Routes
III.    Module 3: IPv6
            A.    Introduction to IPv6¬ Part 1
            B.    Introduction to IPv6 ¬Part 2
            C.    IPv6 Addressing
            D.    Basic IPv6 Configuration
            E.    EIGRPF or IPv6
            F.    BGPF or IPv6
            G.    Configure and Optimize EIRGP For IPv6
IV.    Module 4: OSPF
            A.    Introduction to OSPF¬ Part 1
            B.    Introduction to OSPF ¬Part 2
            C.    Introduction to OSPF¬ Part 3
            D.    Basic OSPF Configuration Introduction
            E.    Configure OSPF
            F.    Building The Link State Database
            G.    OSPF Path Selection
            H.    OSPF Route Summarization
            I.    OSPF Stub Areas
            J.    Implement OSPF
            K.    Optimize OSPF
            L.    OSPF Authentication Configuration
            M.    Configure OSPFV3
            N.    Basic Redistribution
V.    Module 5: Border Gateway Protocol BGP
            A.    Introduction to BGP
            B.    BGP Specifics
            C.    Basic BGP
            D.    BGP Path Selection
            E.    Configure BGP Authentication
            F.    Configure BGP
VI.    Module 6: Course Review
            A.    Configure Basic EIGRP
            B.    Basic OSPF Configuration
            C.    Summary of ¬EIGRP¬ OSPF ¬IPv6¬BGP
            D.    Conclusion
VII.     Live Labs

Cisco 300-115
I.    Module 1: Plan and Design
            A.    Course and Instructor Introduction
            B.    Planning for Complex Network ¬Part 1
            C.    Planning for Complex Network¬ Part 2
            D.    Intro to Cisco Enterprise Architecture and CAM - Part 1
            E.    Intro to Cisco Enterprise Architecture and CAM - Part 2
            F.    Review Networking Topology
            G.    Review OSI Model
            H.    Review SLA
            I.    Network Discovery
            J.    NTP Explained
            K.    Network Security ¬Part 1
            L.    Network Security¬ Part 2
II.    Module 2: Switch Configuration
            A.    VLAN and Trunking ¬Part 1
            B.    VLAN and Trunking¬ Part 2
            C.    VTP Intro and Config
            D.    Ether Channel Configuration and Load Balancing
            E.    More Ether Channel Configuration
            F.    Port Security
            G.    Root Guard
            H.    Configuring MST
III.    Module 3: IP Configuration
            A.    DHCP Intro and Config ¬Part 1
            B.    DHCP Intro and Config¬ Part 2
            C.    IPV6 Intro and Config ¬Part 1
            D.    IPV6 Intro and Config¬ Part 2
            E.    Configure DHCP
            F.    Configure DHCPV6
            G.    Confiure IPSLA
            H.    NTP Configuration
            I.    Network Monitoring Using IPSLA
IV.    Module 4: STP and RTP
            A.    STP Intro and Config
            B.    Improve STP Config ¬Part 1
            C.    Improve STP Config¬ Part 2
            D.    Implement RSTP
            E.    Intro And Config MST
V.    Module 5: Routing
            A.    Config Routing Between VLANs with A Router
            B.    Routing On a Multi-Layer Switch
            C.    Routing with an External Router
            D.    Further Routing On Multilayer Switch
VI.    Module 6: HSRP, VRRP, GLBP
            A.    Configure and Tune HSRP
            B.    Configure HSRP with Load Balancing
            C.    HSRP for IPv6
            D.    Configure VRRP
            E.    Configure VRRP with Load Balancing
            F.    Implement GLBP
            G.    Configure GLBP
VII.    Module 07: Course Review
            A.    Designing Complex Networks
            B.    Review Demo CAM
            C.    Review Demo VLAN's and Trunking
            D.    Review Demo VTP Configure
            E.    Review Demo Ether Channel and Load Balancing
            F.    Review Demo RSTP
            G.    Review Demo Routing Between VLAN's with A Router
            H.    Review Demo
VIII.    Live Labs

Cisco 300-135
I.    Module 1: Introduction to Cisco Troubleshooting
            A.    Troubleshooting and Maintenance
            B.    IOS Troubleshooting Commands
            C.    Remote Data Gathering
            D.    Introduction to Graphical Troubleshooting Tools and Review
II.    Module 2: Troubleshooting Switches
            A.    Troubleshoot Catalyst Switches
            B.    Troubleshoot TCAM and Troubleshoot Error Disable
III.    Module 3: Troubleshooting VLANS and Trunking
            A.    ARP VLANS Trunking Troubleshooting VLANS and Trunks And Review
            B.    Trouble Ticket #1 VLANS
IV.    Module 4: Troubleshooting Spanning Tree Protocol, Ether Channel
            A.    Spanning Tree Protocol
            B.    STP Port Configuration
            C.    Ether Channel
            D.    Trouble Ticket #2 Trunking
V.    Module 5: Troubleshooting Inter¬VLAN Routing and Layer 3
            A.    Troubleshooting Inter¬VLAN Routing
            B.    Troubleshooting Layer 3 EtherChannel
VI.    Module 6: Troubleshooting Switch Security Features
            A.    Troubleshoot Switch Security - Part 1
            B.    Troubleshoot Switch Security - Part 2
            C.    Trouble Ticket 3 - Switch Security - Part 1
            D.    Trouble Ticket 3 - Switch Security - Part 2
VII.    Module 7: Troubleshooting First¬Hop Redundancy Protocols
            A.    HSRP
            B.    VRRP
            C.    Questions
            D.    Trouble Ticket
VIII.    Module 8: Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv4 Addressing
            A.    IPv4 Addressing DHCPNAT - Part 1
            B.    IPv4 Addressing DHCPNAT - Part 2
            C.    Trouble Ticket 5
            D.    Trouble Ticket 6
IX.    Module 9: IPv6 Addressing and Addressing Technologies
            A.    IPv6 Addressing Options
X.    Module 10: Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs and Prefix Lists
            A.    IPv4 ACLs
            B.    Prefixlists IPv6 ACLs
            C.    Trouble Ticket Access Control List 1
            D.    Trouble Ticket Access Control List 2
XI.    Module 11: Troubleshooting GRE and Basic Routing Tunnels
            A.    IPv4 Routing - Part 1
            B.    IPv4 Routing - Part 2
            C.    IPv6 Routing
            D.    GRE Tunnels
XII.    Module 12: Troubleshooting RIPv2 and RIPng
            A.    RIPv2
            B.    RIPng
XIII.    Module 13: Troubleshooting EIGRP
            A.    EIGRP
            B.    EIGRP for IPv6
            C.    Trouble Ticket 1
            D.    Trouble Ticket 2
XIV.    Module 14: OSPF and OSPFv3
            A.    OSPF Part 1
            B.    OSPF Part 2
            C.    OSPFv3
            D.    Trouble Ticket 1
            E.    Trouble Ticket 2
            F.    Trouble Ticket 3
XV.    Module 15: Troubleshooting Route Maps and Policy Based Routing
            A.    Route Maps and Policy Based Routing
XVI.    Module 16: Troubleshooting Redistribution
            A.    Verifying Redistribution Configuration
            B.    Troubleshooting Redistribution with Route Maps
XVII.    Module 17: Troubleshooting BGP
            A.    BGP Overview
            B.    BGP Configuration - Part 1
            C.    BGP Configuration - Part 2
            D.    Trouble Ticket 1
            E.    Trouble Ticket 2
XVIII.    Module 18: Troubleshooting Management Protocols and Tools
            A.    Troubleshooting Management Protocols and Tools
            B.    SPAN and RSPAN
XIX.    Module 19: Troubleshooting Management Access
            A.    Management Access Troubleshooting
            B.    Conclusion
XX.    Live Labs

Abstract

Requirements

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There are no specific computer requirements other than an Internet connection and e-mail account. We recommend that you use the latest version of the browser you choose.

The materials for this program are all available online.