Implementing Cisco IP Routing – ROUTE 300-101

Implementing Cisco IP Routing – ROUTE 300-101

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Description

The CCNP Routing & Switching course provides full coverage of the knowledge and skills required to implement, plan, troubleshoot and verify local and wide-area enterprise networks and work on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.

This new course provides you the needed training for advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing scalable and highly secure Cisco routers that are connected to LANs, WANs, and IPv6 as well as the configuration of highly secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers.

 

This course brings together all the features of CCNP Routing & Switching.

 

Some of the skills you will learn in this class are:

 

  • Network Principles
  • Layer 2 Technologies
  • Layer 3 Technologies
  • VPN Technologies
  • Infrastructure Security
  • Infrastructure Services

 

Syllabus:

 

Module 1 – Differentiating Routing Protocols

Enterprise Network Infrastructure
IGP vs EGP and Type of Routing Protocols
Route Summarization and Routing Protocol Scalability

 

Module 2 – Understanding Network Technologies

Traffic Types
IPv6 Address Types
Network Types
Routing Over The Internet

 

Module 3 – Connecting Remote Locations With The Headquarters

Connectivity Overview
Routing Over A GRE Tunnel and Dynamic Multipoint VPN
Next Hop Resolution Protocol

 

Module 4 – Implementing RIPing

RIP Overview
RIP Configuration Steps
Investigating The RIPing Database
Demo – Configure RIPing

 

Module 5 – Establishing EIGRP Neighbors

EIGRP Features and Basic Configuration
Manipulating EIGRP Timers
Establishing EIGRP Over Different Layer MPLS VPNs
Demo – Configure EIGRP For IPv4

 

Module 6 – Building The EIGRP Topology Table

Choosing The Best Path
EIGRP Exchange Of Routing Knowledge and EIGRP Metric
The Feasibility Condition

 

Module 7 – Optimizing EIGRP Behavior

EIGRP Queries and Stub Routers
Stuck In Active
Reducing Query Scope By Using Summary Routes
Determining A Manual Summary Route
Load Balancing With EIGRP
Demo – Using Tools To Reduce The Size Of A Routing Table

 

Module 8 – Configuring EIGRP For IPv6

EIGRP For IPv6 Overview
EIGRP For IPv6 Configuration
Determining An IPv6 Manual Summary Route

 

Module 9 – Named EIGRP Configuration

Introduction To Named EIGRP Configuration
Configuration
Named EIGRP Configuration Modes

 

Module 10 – Establishing OSPF Neighbor Relationships

OSPF Features
Basic OSPF Configuration
Importance Of MTU
OSPF Neighbor States
Demo – Configure OSPF

 

Module 11 – Building The Link State Database

OSPF LSA Types
Viewing Various LSA Types
Exchanging And Synchronizing LSDBs
Default OSPF Costs

 

Module 12 – Optimizing OSPF Behavior

Benefits Of Route Summarization
Configuring Summarization
Ways Of Directing Traffic To The Internet
Default-Information Originate Command
Demo – OSPF Stub Features

 

Module 13 – Configuring OSPFv3

Implementing OSPFv3
LSAs
Creating Totally Stubby Areas and Summarizing Routes
Demo – Configure OSPFv3

 

Module 14 – Implementing Basic Routing Protocol Redistribution

Defining Route Redistribution
Default Metrics For Redistributed Routes
Calculating Cost For OSPF E1 And E2 Routes
Types Of Redistribution
Demo – Configure Redistribution Between OSPF And EIRGP

 

Module 15 – Manipulating Redistribution Using Route Filtering

The Need For Redistribution Manipulation
Prefix Lists
Introducing Route Maps
Configuring Route Maps
Changing Administrative Distance

 

Module 16 – Using Cisco Express Forwarding Switching

Control Plane And Data Plane
Cisco Switching Mechanisms

 

Module 17 – Implementing Path Control

Need For Path Control
Policy Based Routing
Need For Dynamic Path Control

 

Module 18 – Planning Enterprise Internet Connectivity

Enterprise Connectivity Needs
Public IP Address Assignments
Provider Independent IP Addressing

 

Module 19 – Establishing Single Homed IPv4 Internet Connectivity

Configuring A Provider Assigned IPv4 Address
NAT Overview
Configuring NAT
Limitations Of NAT
Demo – Configuring Dynamic NAT

 

Module 20 – Establishing Single Homed IPv6 Internet Connectivity

Configuring A Provider Assigned IPv6 Address
Configuring IPv6 ACLs
Securing IPv6 Internet Connectivity

 

Module 21 – Improving Resilience Of Internet Connectivity

Single and Dual-Homed Internet Connectivity
Multi-Homed Internet Connectivity

 

Module 22 – Considering The Advantages Of Using BGP

Routing Between Autonomous Systems
BGP Routing Policies
BGP Data Structures and Message Types

 

Module 23 – Implementing Basic BGP Operations

BGP Neighbor Relationships
Configuring BGP Neighbors
IGBP Next Hop Behavior and BGP States
BGP Session Resilience
EBGP Multihop And Clearing BGP Sessions
Demo – Configuring BGP

 

Module 24 – Using BGP Attributes And The Path Selection Process

BGP Path Selection
Weight Attribute
Local Preference Attribute
AS Path And MED Attributes

 

Module 25 – Controlling BGP Routing Updates

Filtering Of BGP Routing Updates
Implementing AS Path Lists
Using Route Maps To Manipulate BGP Updates
Clearing The BGP Session
BGP Peer Groups

 

Module 26 – BGP For IPv6 Internet Connectivity

MP-BGP Support For IPv6
Exchanging IPv6 Routes Over An IPv6 Session
IP BGP Filtering Mechanisms

 

Module 27 – Securing Cisco Routers

Securing Cisco Routers Checklist and Security Policy
Encrypted Passwords and SSH Instead Of Telnet
Securing Access To The Infrastructure Using Router ACLs
Secure SNMP
Configuration Backups And Implement Logging

 

Module 28 – Describing Routing Protocol Authentication Options

The Purpose Of Routing Protocol Authentication
Plaintext And Hashing Authentication Process
Time-Based Key Chains

 

Module 29 – Configuring EIGRP Authentication

EIGRP Authentication Configuration Checklist
EIGRP For IPv6 Authentication Configuration And Verification
Demo – Configuring Authentication For OSPF Using MD5 Authentication

 

Module 30 – Configuring OSPF Authentication

OSPF Authentication Configuration Checklist
Configuring OSPFv2 Plaintext Authentication
Configuring OSPFv2 MD5 Authentication
OSPFv3 Authentication And Encryption
Demo – Configure Authentication For OSPF Using Plaintext Authentication

 

Module 31 – Configuring BGP Authentication

BGP Authentication Configuration Checklist
BGP For IPv6 Authentication Configuration
Course Ending

 

Course Delivery: Online