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CCNA Service Provider (SPNG1 640-875 –SPNG2 640-875)

 


This course includes

  • 44 hours on-demand video (268 Lectures)
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion

What you'll learn

  • Deploy, maintain and improve carrier-grade network infrastructures.
  • Configure, implement, and troubleshoot baseline Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation networks

Requirements

  • Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in CCNA Routing & Switching knowledge
  • Working knowledge of the Windows operating system
  • Working knowledge of Cisco IOS networking and concepts
  • No formal prerequisites certification needed

Description
This Course is designed to prepare CCNA Service Provider Candidates for the exam topics covered in two exams SPNG1(640-875) and SPNG2 (640-878) .

Customers then access the network through their ISP's last-mile infrastructure

  • ISP connects to the NSP's backbone.
  • An ISP can purchase wholesale bandwidth from an NSP, which provides connectivity for their customers.
  • Cisco offers dedicated Track on understanding service provider Technologies
  • In this course you will get introduced to Cisco Service Provider networks on how they work, configure, implement, Troubleshoot.

Trained by expert Triple CCIE certified with 15 + years of training and working experience in production networks.

  • Covers Topics as per the Blueprint (In-depth Core Technology Training)
  • Provided with all Virtual Software's required for Lab
  • Detailed Workbook free access to anyone (Includes presentations, Labs documented with Outputs & Mock labs)
  • Access to Pre-recorded Video recordings Over 268 lectures and 44 hours of content!

This course start does covers from the Basics of Networking.

  • Although I do recommend if you have already done CCNA Routing & Switching will help to finish this course in no time as there are more than 50% of the topics overlap with CCNA Routing & Switching  Track.

Service Provider introduces new devices like understanding IOS-XR ( used in ASR routers) and Metro-Ethernet Switches

Who this course is for:

  • Service Provider Engineer who need to understand how ISP and NSP works
  • CCNA SP certification is for service provider network engineers, technicians and designers who focus on the latest in Service Provider industry core networking technologies and trends
  • Cisco Channel Partners
  • This Course is designed to prepare CCNA Service Provider Candidates for the exam topics covered in two exams SPNG1 (640-875) and SPNG2 (640-878).

How to get your own copy of Video access

  • To get a copy of video Online Access, please send mail us at info@noasolutions.com.
  • You can also contact us on the following numbers if any queries
  • WhatsApp - +91 9985048840, +91 – 7036826345
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COURSE CONTENT (SPNG1 & SPNG2)

Introduction

  • About Cisco Systems
  • Cisco Certifications - Overview
  • CCNA Service Provider - Contents
  • CCNA SP Certification Exam & Validity

About Service Provider & ISP

  • Service Provider Types
  • Interconnecting Service Providers
  • Internet Exchange Point- IXP
  • Types of ISP - Tier 1 , 2 , 3
  • Internet Number Distribution - IANA - RIR
  • IP Address & Autonomous System Allocation

Basic Cisco Networking

  • Network - Introduction
  • Networking Devices

TCP-IP Addressing

  • TCP/IP Addressing - Overview
  • IPv4 Address Classification
  • Host & Network Portions
  • Network ID - Broadcast ID
  • Private & Public IP Address

Subnetting - FLSM

  • Why do we need Subnetting
  • FLSM with 50 Hosts - C-Class
  • FLSM with 30 Hosts - C-Class
  • Understanding Subnets
  • FLSM - B Class Example
  • FLSM - A Class Example

Subnetting - VLSM

  • Understanding Slash (/) Value
  • VLSM - C class Example
  • VLSM - C class ( using Shortcuts)
  • VLSM - B class Example

Subnetting - Quetions

  • Subnetting Quetions - Example 1
  • Subnetting Quetions - Example 2
  • Subnetting Quetions - Example 3

OSI Model & TCP/IP

  • OSI Software Layers - ( Application - Presentation - Session )Layer
  • TCP/IP Application Layer Protocols
  • OSI Transport Layer
  • OSI Hardware layers (Network - Datalink - Physical )

IOS Basic Commands ( Router & Switch)

  • Router/Switch Console Connectivity
  • User Mode - Privilege Mode
  • Global Config Commands - Line Mode
  • Enable Password - Saving Configurations

Basic LAN Fundamentals

  • Understand LAN Connectivity
  • How Switches Learns MAC
  • Broadcast Domain - Collision Domain
  • Switch - Basic Configurations
  • ARP Resolutions - LAN/WAN

VLAN & Trunking

  • Virtual LAN - VLAN
  • Static VLAN
  • Dynamic VLAN
  • Trunking
  • LAB- Trunking

Inter-VLAN Routing

  • Inter-VLAN Routing - Seperate Physical Gateway
  • Inter-VLAN Routing - Router Subinterfaces
  • Inter-VLAN Routing - Multi Layer Switches

VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

  • VLAN Trunking Protocol
  • LAB - VTP - pre-requirments
  • LAB - VTP Configuration
  • VTP Pruning
  • Manual Pruning

 

VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) Version 3

  • VTP version 3 - Overview
  • LAB - VTP Version 3
  • LAB - VTP Version 3 - MSTP - Private VLAN

Spanning-Tree-Protocol

  • Why do we need STP
  • How STP works
  • How STP Works - Part 2
  • LAB - Verify STP

Optimizing STP

  • Cisco Campus Design Hierarchy
  • Etherchannel
  • Spanning tree Portfast
  • BPDU Guard & BPDU Filter
  • LAB - BPDU Guard
  • Root Guard
  • Loop Guard
  • UDLD
  • Err-Disable Recovery

Advanced STP Flavors

  • Cisco UplinkFast & BackBoneFast
  • Rapid STP (RSTP)
  • LAB - RSTP
  • Per VLAN STP ( PVST )
  • Multiple STP ( MSTP)
  • LAB - MSTP
  • Tuning MSTP - Port Priority - Cost
  • Cisco Flex Links

Troubleshooting Switching

  • Troubleshooting Physical Connectivity - LAN
  • Troubleshooting Duplex-AUTO-MDX
  • Troubleshooting VLAN
  • Troubleshooting Trunking
  • Troubleshooting Trunk links – verification

Routing Basics

  • Routing - Introduction
  • Preview
  • Static Routing
  • LAB - Static Routing - Example 1
  • LAB - Static Routing - Example 2
  • Routing Table Lookup
  • Default Routing
  • LAB - Default Routing

Dynamic Routing - RIPv2

  • Dynamic Routing - Introduction
  • Dynamic Routing Protocols
  • RIP version 2
  • LAB - RIPv2 Configuration
  • Administrative Distance
  • Autonomous System

 

Lab Setup - Virtual GNS3

  • Cisco Lab Options
  • About GNS3
  • Installing GNS3 - Windows
  • Adding IOS Images to GNS3
  • Default Topology - IOS Routers - Initial Configurations
  • Default Topology - IOS
  • Connecting GNS3 - Host Computer
  • GNS3 VMware Integration
  • GNS3 IOSv L2/L3
  • GNS3 IOU L2/L3
  • GNS3- XRv Integration

 

Dynamic Routing - EIGRP

  • EIGRP Introduction
  • EIGRP Metric
  • EIGRP Configuration
  • Feasible Distance - Advertise Distance
  • Feasibility Condition
  • EIGRP Load Balancing _ Equal Cost
  • EIGRP Load Balancing _ UnEqual Cost


Dynamic Routing - OSPF

  • OSPF Introduction
  • OSPF Process Stages 1 - 5
  • OSPF Process Stages 6-7
  • LAB - Basic OSPF Process - Verification
  • OSPF Concept of Areas
  • LAB1 - OSPF Configuration Single Area
  • LAB 2- OSPF Configuration Multiple Area
  • LAB 3 - Multi Area OSPF


Redistribution

  • Redistribution
  • EIGRP - RIP Redistribution
  • OSPF - RIP Redistribution
  • EIGRP - OSPF Redistribution
  • Redistribution Mock Lab

Summarization

  • Summarization
  • Summarization Types - Auto and Manual
  • Calculate Summary Address
  • Calculate Summary Address - shortcuts
  • LAB - Summarization - EIGRP

IPv6 Addressing

  • Why do we need IPv6
  • IPv6 Addressing - How it looks
  • IPv6 Address Types

IPv6 Routing

  • Assigning IPv6 address on Router interface
  • IPv6 Static Routing & Default Routing
  • RIPng
  • Configure OSPFv3
  • Configure EIGRP6

IPv6 Layer 2

  • IPv6 Layer 2 Options
  • IPv6 EUI-64 Format
  • IPv6 stateless Address Autoconfig - SLAAC

ISIS Routing Protocol

  • ISIS Introduction - ISIS levels
  • ISIS Adjacency - L1/L2
  • ISIS NSAP Addressing
  • ISIS Configuration IPv4-IPv6
  • LAB - ISIS Configuration IPv4-IPv6

Border Gateway Protocol ( BGP )

  • BGP - Border Gateway protocol
  • When BGP is more Appropriate
  • BGP Options to Connecting Internet
  • Understand BGP neighbors
  • LAB - Internal BGP neighbors
  • BGP Split Horizon Rule
  • IBGP neighbors using Loopbacks
  • IBGP neighbors using Loopbacks _ part 2

DHCP for IPV4 and IPV6

  • DHCP - Overview
  • Router as DHCP Server
  • DHCP Relay Agent - (IP helper-Address)
  • DHCPv6 - Configuration
  • DHCPv6 - Relay Agent

Management Plane Security

  • Identify Network Device Planes
  • Inband VS Outband
  • Remote Access - via Telnet
  • SSH - Overview
  • SSH Configuration - IOS Devices

IP Services

  • Device Network Events - Logging
  • System Terminal Logging
  • Network Time Protocol
  • NTP Stratum Value
  • LAB - NTP Configuration
  • IP Service Level Agreement (IP SLA)
  • IP SLA - Configuration Example

AAA Concepts

  • AAA Overview
  • AAA Network Security
  • AAA Components
  • AAA protocols - RADIUS / TACACS+
  • AAA Authentication Servers

AAA- Authentication - Device Access

  • AAA Authentication - Device Access
  • Authentication - Local Database
  • AAA - External Servers
  • LAB - Authentication using external TACACS+ Server

Routing Protocol Authentication

  • Routing Protocol Authentication - Overview
  • RIPv2 - EIGRP Authentication
  • OSPF Authentication

Access-Control-List

  • Access-Control-List
  • Standard ACL - Part 1
  • Standard ACL - Part 2
  • ACL Rules
  • Extended ACL - Configuration Example
  • Extended ACL - Verification
  • Named ACL
  • Time-Based ACL
  • IPv6 ACL

Switch - Security

  • Cisco Discovery Protocol ( CDP )
  • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  • CDP- LLDP Vulnerabilities - Mitigations
  • MAC Flooding Attack - Port Security
  • MAC Spoofing Attack - Port Security
  • LAB - Port Security
  • DHCP Spoofing Attack - DHCP Snooping

SPAN-RSPAN-ERSPAN

  • Switch Port Analyzer ( SPAN)
  • SPAN - Example
  • Remote SPAN
  • Remote SPAN - Example
  • Encapsulation Remote SPAN
  • SPAN Conditions & Restrictions

First Hop Redundancy Protocols

  • First Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • HSRP - VRRP - GLBP
  • LAB - HSRP
  • LAB - HSRP Advance Options
  • LAB - VRRP
  • LAB - GLBP
  • GLBP Track & Load Balancing

WAN Technologies

  • WAN Connectivity - Overview
  • Leased Lines Connections
  • WAN Protocols - PPP - HDLC
  • PPP Authentication
  • Troubleshooting Connectivity

Layer 2 Ethernet WAN Technologies

  • Ethernet WAN
  • Ethernet WAN - VLAN - Trunking
  • Q-in-Q Tunneling
  • LAB -1 - Q-in-Q Tunneling
  • LAB -2- Q-in-Q Tunneling

Virtual Private Network

  • Traditional Leased Lines
  • Virtual Private Networks ( VPN )
  • VPN Types - Site-to-Site (vs) Remote Access
  • VPN Default Lab Setup
  • VPN Over Internet

Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)

  • LAB - Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
  • GRE - Drawbacks
  • Dynamic Multipoint VPN - ( DMVPN )
  • Frame Relay
  • LAB - FrameRelay
  • Multi Protocol Label Switching - ( MPLS )
  • Asynchronous Transfer Mode ( ATM)

 

  • What is IPSec ?
  • IPSec - Security Services

Cisco IOS-XR - ASR Routers

  • Cisco IOS-IOS-XE and IOS-XR
  • Cisco IOS-XR Architecture
  • Cisco IOS-XR Platforms
  • Cisco ASR 9000 Routers
  • Cisco ASR 9000 Router Components
  • GNS3- XRv Integration

Cisco IOS-XR ROUTING

  • IOS-XR Access-Prompt- Modes
  • IOS - Basic Configuration Commands
  • OSPFv2 - Same Area
  • OSPFv2 - Different Areas
  • OSPFv3 - Routing
  • ISIS Routing - IPv4 / IPv6 - Same Area
  • ISIS Routing - IPv4 / IPv6 - Different Area
  • EIGRP Routing - IPv4
  • EIGRP Routing - IPv6
  • IOS-XR Static Routing

Service Provider Transport Technologies

  • T1-E1-T3-E3
  • SONET-SDH
  • What is MultiPlexing ?
  • WDM - DWDM
  • IP over DWDM
  • Fiber Cables - 10-40-100-GigEthernet Links
  • PON - GPON
  • FTTx
  • BNG - BRAS
  • ISDN
  • Internet Connection types - Cable - DSL - VSAT
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