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CCNP Routing & Switching

This video series from NOA Solutions is one of the most preferred ways to prepare for CCNP Routing and Switching new version 2.0 certification.

This video training course focuses on the topics listed in the Cisco's blueprint for the CCNP Routing and Switching exams.

This Course is designed to provide students with an effective, all-in-one method of learning the concepts of Cisco's routing and switching technologies.

The class consists of (44 hours) of in-depth explanations and examples and can be viewed on the computer or any MP4-compatible mobile device.

Covers topics relating to routing and switching protocols at the professional level including EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, IPv6, 802.1s MST, Private VLANs, and many other Routing and Switching features.

This course has been taught by Sikandar Shaik CCIEx2 (Routing & Switching and Service Provider).

To get a copy of video, please send mail us at info@noasolutions.com. You can also contact us on the following numbers

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CCNP Routing & Switching Version 2 Self paced VoD series Over 220 lectures and 44 hours of content!

 

This Cisco video training course covers the material needed for the 300-101 Cisco ROUTE exam with more on real-world experience and detailed technical details with more Hands on labs.
This course is lab-based and is focused on the technologies from Cisco CCNP Route/Switch (300-101).
Each Video is designed assist you in creating and verifying Cisco networks using GNS3 1.x
All of this can be done on a single computer without external hardware (no physical routers or switches required).
Provides training on how to create a practice environment for individuals interested in mastering networking technology through practising hands on!

Over 148 lectures and 30 hours of content!

Section 1: Introduction

  • CCNP Introduction
  • Building Routing table
  • Preview
  • Floating static-default routing
  • Floating static-default routing - Continued
  • Default CCNP Lab setup
  • Using GNS3 Simulation

Section 2: Default Routes in IGP

  • Advertising Default route
  • Default Route Advertisement-RIPV2
  • Default Route Advertisement- OSPF
  • Default Route Advertisement- EIGRP

 Section 3: Summarization- IPv4

  • summarization overview
  • summarization types
  • summarization calculation ex1
  • summarization shortcut
  • summarization EIGRP LAB

Section 4: EIGRP

  • introduction to EIGRP
  • eigrp process
  • EIGRP metric
  • understanding FD and AD
  • Feasible condition

Section 5: EIGRP Optimization

  • EIGRP Loadbalancing-Equal cost
  • EIGRP Loadbalancing-Unequal cost
  • EIGRP Stuck-in-Active
  • EIGRP Stub

Section 6: Basic OSPF

  • OSPF-Introduction
  • OSPF Process-Stage 1-5
  • OSPF Process-Stage6-7
  • LAB-Verify Basic OSPF Process
  • Concept of Areas in OSPF
  • LAB-Multi-Area OSPF

Section 7: Redistribution

  • Redistribution-Introduction
  • EIGRP- RIP-Redistribution
  • OSPF RIP Redistribution
  • OSPF EIGRP Redistribution
  • Redistribution -Mocklab

Section 8: Routing Protocol Authentication

  • Authentication RIP
  • Authentication EIGRP
  • Authentication OSPF

Section 9: OSPF Advance

  • OSPF virtual links
  • LAB OSPF virtual links
  • OSPF network Types- DR-BDR
  • OSPF network Types- DR-BDR-Continued
  • LAB-OSPF Broadcast Multi-acccess network - DR-BDR
  • OSPF LSA Types

Section 10: OSPF Stubs

  • OSPF Stubs-Introduction
  • LAB-OSPF Stubs
  • OSPF Totally stub
  • LAB-OSPF Totally Stub
  • Not-so-stubby Area
  • LAB-Not-so-stubby Area
  • Totally Not-so-Stubby Area
  • Quick Review

Section 11: IPV6 basics

  • IPV6- Introduction
  • IPv6 Addressing
  • IPV6 Address types
  • IPV6 Static Addressing
  • IPV6 Layer 2 Options
  • IPv6 EUI-64 Format
  • Stateless Adress AutoConfiguration-SLAAC

Section 12: IPV6 routing

  • Static-Default Routing
  • RIPng
  • OSPFv3
  • EIGRP-IPv6

Section 13: IPV6 Redistribution

  • IPV6 RIPng -RIPng Redistribution
  • OSPFv3- RIPng Redistribution
  • EIGRP6- OSPFv3 Redistribution

Section 14: IPV6 Summarization

  • RIPng Summarization
  • EIGRP6 Summarization
  • OSFv3 Summarization

Section 15: Route Filtering Options

  • Introduction to Route Filtering
  • Passive Interface
  • LAB-Verify Passive interface
  • Distribution-List
  • LAB-Distribution List
  • IP Prefix-Lists
  • LAB-Verify Prefix-list
  • LAB-Verify Prefix-list-Continued

Section 16: Route-maps

  • Route-Maps-Introduction
  • LAB-Route-maps
  • LAB-Route-maps-Continued
  • Route-filtering using Route-maps

Section 17: Policy Based Routing

  • Policy Based Routing
  • PBR based on Source
  • PBR based on destination
  • PBR based on Services
  • PBR based on Packet size

Section 18: BGP Introduction

  • BGP Introduction
  • when BGP is more Appropriate
  • BGP options connectintg to Internet

Section 19: BGP Neighbors

  • understanding BGP neighbors
  • IBGP neighbors -LAB
  • BGP Split Horizon Rule
  • IBGP neighbors using loopbacks -LAB
  • IBGP neighbors using Loopback-LAB-Continuation

Section 20: Advance BGP neighbor options

  • BGP authentication
  • Peergroups
  • Route Reflectors

Section 21: External BGP

  • Basic EBGP configuration
  • Using nexthopself
  • EBGP using loopback –EBGPmultihop
  • BGP synchronization Rule

Section 22: BGP Attributes

  • Understanding BGP attibutes
  • ASpath-origin-nexthop
  • weight & local preference

Section 23: Weight and Local Preference

  • Path Manipulation using weight
  • path manipulation using Weight -continued
  • weight using routemaps-LAB
  • understanding IN OUT
  • using Local preference
  • Local Preference with Route-maps
  • BGP path selection process
  • Clear ip bgp sessions

Section 24: Layer 2 Wan Technologies

  • HDLC ppp
  • PPP authentication -PAP-CHAP
  • Verify PAP-CHAP Authentication
  • ppp multilink
  • Ethernet WAN (Metroethernet)
  • PPPoE - Theory-basic Configuration
  • Frame-Relay
  • Verify Basic Frame-Relay

Section 25: VPN technologies

  • Introduction to VPN networks
  • VPN over Internet
  • VPN models overview
  • Generic Routing encapsulation
  • Default Lab setup
  • LAB- GRE point to point Configuration
  • LAB- GRE point to point Configuration Advance
  • Drawbacks of GRE
  • Dynamic Multipoint VPN

Section 26: Access-Control-List

  • ACL Introduction
  • standard ACL1
  • Standard ACL-Continued
  • ACL Rules
  • Extended ACL -Configuration
  • Extended ACL -Verfication
  • Named ACL
  • Timebased ACL
  • IPv6 ACL

Section 27: Device Access security

  • login authentication
  • Login Password enhancements
  • External Authentication using AAA
  • External sever based Authentication -LAB

Section 28: IP Services

  • DHCP-Overview
  • Router as DHCP server
  • DHCP Relay Agent
  • DHCPv6 Configuration
  • DHCPv6 Relay Agent
  • Logging on Cisco Routers

Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH 300-115) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching and CCDP certifications.
The SWITCH 300-115 exam certifies the switching knowledge and skills of successful candidates. They are certified in planning, configuring, and verifying the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions that use the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture.
New CCNP Routing and Switching is a more job role-focused certification program for network engineers that help them to gain the latest meaningful industry knowledge in networking. Individuals who are looking to gain or enhance their networking knowledge and skills can benefit from this certification program designed by Cisco, the industry leader in IP networking.
In addition, the new CCNP Routing and Switching certification is loaded with advance knowledge and skills to configure, manage and troubleshoot LAN, WAN with Expand on IPv6, and Cisco StackWise, VSS, and DMVPN technologies.
The new curriculum includes Cisco switches, routers, basic mitigation of security threats, and introduction to newly added technologies, DMVPN, StackWise, VSS, and IPv6 expansion and performance-based skills.
The curriculum also covers the use of the following protocols: IP, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Serial Line Interface Protocol, VLANs, VTP, STP, PVST, MST, Ethernet channels, and network security technologies. The curriculum also includes extensive troubleshooting on described technologies.

Over 75 lectures and 14 hours of content!

Section 1: Basic Switching

  • How Switch learns MAC
  • Broadcast Domain & Collision Domain
  • switch basic Configuration
  • ARP resolution WAN
  • CEF
  • CDP
  • LLDP

Section 2: Vlan Trunks

  • Vlan introduction
  • Static vlan
  • Dynamic vlan
  • Trunking
  • Trunking lab
  • Extended and voice vlan
  • Native VLAN

Section 3: Inter Vlan routing

  • Inter vlan routing legacy
  • Inter vlan routing subinterfaces
  • Inter vlan routing mls

Section 4: Vlan trunking Protocol

  • VTP
  • Verify VTP lab pre-requirments
  • VTP configuration
  • VTP pruning
  • VTP prune list and manual pruning

Section 5: VTP version 3

  • VTP version 3 overview
  • VTP version 3 lab-Verify VLAN
  • VTP version 3 lab-verify MSTP-Private VLAN

Section 6: Spanning tree Protocol

  • How STP works
  • How STP works 2
  • Campus model
  • Selecting Root brigde
  • Tuning STP Cost-prority and timers

Section 7: Optimizing STP

  • Etherchannel
  • Spaning tree portfast
  • BPdu gaurd and filter
  • BPDU guard lab
  • Root guard
  • loopguard
  • UDLD
  • Errdisable recovery

Section 8: STP Flavors

  • Uplink backbone fast
  • RSTP
  • Rstp lab
  • Pvst
  • MSTP introduction
  • MSTP lab
  • Tuning MSTP port proirty- cost

Section 9: SPAN-RSPAN

  • Span Introduction
  • Span example2
  • Rspan1
  • Rspan2
  • ERSPAN
  • SPAN conditions and Restrictions

Section 10: First Hop Redundancy

  • First Hop Redundancy _ introduction
  • FHRP protocols differences
  • HSRP lab - Basic
  • HSRP lab - Advance Options
  • HSRP load sharing using Multiple groups
  • VRRP- Lab
  • GLBP - lab
  • GLBP - Track and load balancing

Section 11: Device Access security

  • login authentication
  • External authentication using AAA
  • External sever based Authentication –LAB

 Section 12: layer 2 Security

  • layer 2 security-Introduction
  • Mac flooding attack-Portsecurity
  • MAC spoofing- Port security
  • LAB-port-security
  • DHCP spoofing attack- DHCP snooping
  • LAB-DHCP snooping
  • IP spoofing attack - IP source Guard
  • LAB- IP source Guard
  • Arp spoofing- DAI
  • LAB Dynamic ARP inspection
  • storm control
  • Private VLAN
  • private vlan lab 2

Course Description

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) validates the ability to plan, implement, verify and troubleshoot local and wide-area enterprise networks.
Who are ready to advance their skills and work independently on complex network solutions.
Those who achieve CCNP have demonstrated the skills required in enterprise roles such as

  • Network technician,
  • Support engineer,
  • Systems engineer or Network engineer.

CCNP focuses on the skills needed by a network engineer working for an Enterprise

Over 86 lectures and 24.5 hours of content!

Section 1: Introduction

  • Introduction to CCNP Certifications
  • How to access this Course on udemy
  • How to setup GNS3 for Labs Part 1
  • How to setup GNS3 for Labs Part 2

Section 2: Summarization

  • What is Summarization and Why we need it
  • Understanding Types of Summarization
  • Manual Summarization Calculation Process exxample-1
  • Manual Summarization Calculation Process exxample-2
  • Lab : EIGRP Summarization
  • Lab : EIGRP Summarization Advance

Section 3: EIGRP

  • Understanding EIGRP process
  • LAB : Verify EIGRP Process
  • EIGRP Metric
  • LAB : Implement and Verify EIGRP
  • Feasible Distance & Advertise Distance
  • Feasibility Condition part 1
  • Feasibility Condition part 2
  • EIGRP Load Balancing
  • LAB: EIGRP Load Balancing
  • EIGRP Stubs
  • LAB: EIGRP Stubs

Section 4: Default Routes with Dynamic Routing

  • Understanding Default Routes with Dynamic Routing
  • Default Routing Configuration with EIGRP
  • Default Routing Configuration with RIPv2
  • Default Routing Configuration with OSPF

Section 5: Basic OSPF

  • Understanding OSPF Process
  • Concept of Areas
  • LAB: OSPF Single Area
  • LAB: OSPF Multiple Area

Section 6: Redistribution

  • Redistribution part 1
  • Redistribution part 2

Section 7: Advance OSPF

  • OSPF Summarization
  • OSPF Virtual Links
  • OSPF Network Types part 1
  • OSPF Network Types part 2
  • OSPF Stub & Totally Stub
  • LAB: OSPF Stub & Totally Stub
  • NSSA & Totally NSSA
  • LAB: NSSA & Totally NSSA
  • OSPF LSA Types

Section 8: IPV6

  • Basics of IPV6
  • IPV6 addressing               
  • IPV6 address Types
  • LAB : IPV6 Static address Configuration
  • IPV6 address Stateless AutoconfigurationIPV6 Routing using RIPng         
  • IPV6 Routing using OPSFv3
  • IPV6 Routing using EIGRP for IPV6

Section 9: Route Filtering Methods

  • Introduction to Route filtering Methods
  • Understanding Passive Interfaces in IGP protocols
  • LAB : Verify Passive Interfaces in IGP
  • Understanding Distribution Lists
  • LAB : Distribution Lists
  • Understanding IP prefix Lists
  • LAB : IP prefix Lists
  • Understanding Route-maps
  • LAB : Redistribution using Routemaps
  • LAB: Route filtering using Routemaps
  • Policy Based Routing
  • LAB : Source based Policy Based Routing
  • LAB : Destination based Policy Based Routing
  • LAB : Services Specific Policy Based Routing
  • LAB : Policy Based Routing for Packet size

Section 10: BGP

  • Introduction to BGP
  • BGP options on Internet
  • Understanding BGP neighbors
  • LAB : Basic IBGP Neighbors
  • LAB: IBGP neighbors using Loopbacks
  • LAB : BGP Authentication
  • using PeerGroups
  • Route Reflectors
  • LAB : Basic EBGP Configuration
  • Understanding Next-hop-Self
  • EBGP using Loopbacks ( EBGP Multil-hop)
  • Understanding BGP Synchronization Rule
  • BGP Attributes
  • BGP Attributes : AS-Path , Next Hop, Origin
  • LAB : Weight Attribute
  • BGP Attributes : Weight & Local Preference
  • LAB : Weight Attribute using Routemaps
  • Understanding IN OUT
  • LAB : Local Preference Attribute
  • LAB : Local Preference Attribute using Routemaps
  • BGP path selection process

Course Description
This course includes extensive hands-on labs to help you learn to plan, configure, and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions for campus environments using the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture. In order to gain a firm understanding of how to manage switches in an enterprise campus environment, you'll cover:

  • VLANs and WLANs
  • optimixing Spanning tree
  • Inter-VLAN routing
  • Security features
  • HSRP VRRP GLBP

Over 57 lectures and 14 hours of content!

Section 1: Basic Switching Concepts

  • Introduction to CCNP Certifications
  • Difference between Hub and Switch Part 1
  • Difference between Hub and Switch part 2
  • Basic Cisco Switch Configurations (Basic CLI Commands)

Section 2: Vlan&Trunking Concepts

  • Introduction to VLAN
  • Static VLAN
  • Dynamic VLAN
  • Understanding Trunking Concepts
  • DyanamicTrunking Protocol (DTP)
  • LAB : verify DTP
  • VlanTrunking Protocol (VTP)
  • LAB : VTP
  • understanding VTP Revision Number
  • VTP pruning

Section 3: Inter VLan Routing

  • Inter vlan Routing using Legacy method
  • Inter Vlan Routing Using Router (Router on Stick)
  • Inter Vlan Routing using Multilayer Switch
  • Inter Vlan Routing using Multilayer Switch part 2
  • Cisco Express Forwarding

Section 4: Spanning Tree Protocol 802.1D

  • Spanning Tree protocol
  • Understanding STP process part 1
  • Understanding STP process part 2
  • LAB : STP verification
  • Hierarchical Campus LAN

Section 5: optimizing Spanning Tree protocol

  • Selecting Manual Root Bridge
  • Spanning Tree Portfast
  • Spanning Tree Uplinkfast&Backbonefast
  • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol ( RSTP)
  • Per Vlan Spanning Tree Protocol (PVST)
  • Multiple Spanning Tree protocol (MSTP)
  • LAB : MSTP
  • Changing MST cost
  • Changing MST port priority
  • EtherChannel (portChannel or Link aggregation)
  • Etherchannel Guidelines
  • Loopguard
  • Unidirectional link Detection (UDLD)

Section 6: Layer 2 Security Concepts

  • Securing Line Passwords
  • Login Authenticaion using External Servers (AAA)
  • LAB : Login Authenticaion using External Servers (AAA)
  • Port Security
  • Connecting Physical PC to GNS3 program
  • using SSH on Cisco Routers & switches
  • Private VLAN
  • LAB : Private VLAN
  • Vlan ACL
  • LAB : Vlan ACL

Section 7: First Hop Redundancy Protocols

  • HSRP VRRP GLBP differences
  • LAB : HSRP
  • HSRP Load Sharing
  • Lab : VRRP
  • Lab : GLBP

Section 8: Wireless LAN

  • Introduction to WirelssTechnolgoies
  • Wireless VLAN Basics
  • Client Connectivity to WLAN
  • IEEE 802.11 standards
  • Wireless LAN Security