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EDUTAINMENT COURSE:

Cisco 300 -101 - ROUTE - Implementing Cisco IP Routing

Interactive and entertaining talk-show style format presented by industry leading experts.
Overview
The CCNP Routing & Switching course is designed to provide professionals working with medium to large networks with the skills and knowledge required to incorporate advanced routing concepts when implementing scalability for Cisco routers that are connected to LANs and WANs. Delegates will be able to dramatically increase the number of routers and sites using these techniques instead of redesigning the network when additional sites or wiring configurations are added.
Objectives

Basic Network and Routing Concepts

  • Differentiating Routing Protocols
  • Understanding Network Technologies
  • Connecting Remote Locations with the Headquarters
  • Implementing RIPng

EIGRP Implementation

  • Establishing EIGRP Neighbor Relationships
  • Building the EIGRP Topology Table
  • Optimizing EIGRP Behavior
  • Configuring EIGRP for IPv6
  • Discovering Named EIGRP Configuration

OSPF Implementation

  • Establishing OSPF Neighbor Relationship
  • Building the Link State Database
  • Optimizing OSPF Behavior
  • Configuring OSPFv3

Configuration of Redistribution

  • Implementing Basic Routing Protocol Redistribution
  • Manipulating Redistribution Using Route Filtering

Path Control Implementation

  • Using Cisco Express Forwarding Switching
  • Implementing Path Control

Enterprise Internet Connectivity

  • Planning Enterprise Internet Connectivity
  • Establishing Single-Homed IPv4 Internet Connectivity
  • Establishing Single-Homed IPv6 Internet Connectivity
  • Improving the Resilience of Internet Connectivity
  • Considering the Advantages of Using BGP
  • Implementing Basic BGP Operations
  • Using BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
  • Controlling BGP Routing Updates
  • Implementing BGP for IPv6 Internet Connectivity

Routers and Routing Protocol Hardening

  • Securing Cisco Routers
  • Describing Routing Protocol Authentication Options
  • Configuring EIGRP Authentication
  • Configuring OSPF Authentication
  • Configuring BGP Authentication

Module 1: Plan And Design

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Review Routing Fundamentals

1.3 Review Route Selection

1.4 Review Switching Versus Routing

1.5 Review IP Subnetting

1.6 Review How To Subnet

1.7 ReviewIPAddressClasses

Module 2: EIGRP Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

2.1 Plan And Design ­Part 1

2.2 Plan And Design­ Part 2

2.3 EIGRP Config

2.4 Configuring RIPng

2.5 Building EIGRP Topology Table

2.6 EIGRP Stub Routing

2.7 EIGRP Summarization

2.8 EIGRP Load Balancing

2.9 Discovering Main EIGRP Configuration

2.10 Implementing EIGRP Through Name Config

2.11 Configure EIGRP Authentication

2.12 Configure Authentication For EIGRP Routes

Module 3: IPv6

3.1 Introduction To IPv6­ Part 1

3.2 Introduction To IPv6 ­Part 2

3.3 IPv6 Addressing

3.4 Basic IPv6 Configuration

3.5 EIGRPF or IPv6

3.6 BGPF or IPv6

3.7 Configure And Optimize EIRGP For IPv6

Module 4: OSPF

4.1 lntroduction To OSPF­ Part 1

4.2 lntroduction To OSPF ­Part 2

4.3 lntroduction To OSPF­ Part 3

4.4 Basic OSPF Configuration Introduction

4.5 Configure OSPF

4.6 BuildingThe Link State Database

4.7 OSPF Path Selection

4.8 OSPF Route Summarization

4.9 OSPF Stub Areas

4.10 Implement OSPF

4.11 Optimize OSPF

4.12 OSPF Authentication Configuration

4.13 Configure OSPFV3

4.14 Basic Redistribution

Module 5: Border Gateway Protocol BGP

5.1 Introduction To BGP

5.2 BGP Specifics

5.3 Basic BGP

5.4 BGP Path Selection

5.5 Configure BGP Authentication

5.6 Configure BGP

Course Review

6.1 Configure Basic EIGRP

6.2 Basic OSPF Configuration

6.3 Summary Of ­EIGRP­ OSPF ­IPv6­BGP

6.4 Conclusion

  1. Introduction
1
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Cisco CCNP ROUTE - Introduction
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 1
2
Start
Module 1 - Differentiating Routing Protocols
3
Start
Enterprise Network Infrastructure
4
Start
IGP vs EGP and Type of Routing Protocols
5
Start
Route Summarization and Routing Protocol Scalability
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 2
6
Start
Module 2 - Understanding Network Technologies
7
Start
Traffic Types
8
Start
IPv6 Address Types
9
Start
Network Types
10
Start
Routing Over The Internet
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 3
11
Start
Module 3 - Connecting Remote Locations With The Headquarters
12
Start
Connectivity Overview
13
Start
Routing Over A GRE Tunnel and Dynamic Multipoint VPN
14
Start
Next Hop Resolution Protocol
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 4
15
Start
Module 4 - Implementing RIPing
16
Start
RIP Overview
17
Start
RIP Configuration Steps
18
Start
Investigating The RIPing Database
19
Start
Demo - Configure RIPing
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 5
20
Start
Module 5 - Establishing EIGRP Neighbors
21
Start
EIGRP Features and Basic Configuration
22
Start
Manipulating EIGRP Timers
23
Start
Establishing EIGRP Over Different Layer MPLS VPNs
24
Start
Demo - Configure EIGRP For IPv4
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 6
25
Start
Module 6 - Building The EIGRP Topology Table
26
Start
Choosing The Best Path
27
Start
EIGRP Exchange Of Routing Knowledge and EIGRP Metric
28
Start
The Feasibility Condition
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 7
29
Start
Module 7 - Optimizing EIGRP Behavior
30
Start
EIGRP Queries and Stub Routers
31
Start
Stuck In Active
32
Start
Reducing Query Scope By Using Summary Routes
33
Start
Determining A Manual Summary Route
34
Start
Load Balancing With EIGRP
35
Start
Demo - Using Tools To Reduce The Size Of A Routing Table
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 8
36
Start
Module 8 - Configuring EIGRP For IPv6
37
Start
EIGRP For IPv6 Overview
38
Start
EIGRP For IPv6 Configuration
39
Start
Determining An IPv6 Manual Summary Route
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 9
40
Start
Module 9 - Named EIGRP Configuration
41
Start
Introduction To Named EIGRP Configuration
42
Start
Configuration
43
Start
Named EIGRP Configuration Modes
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 10
44
Start
Module 10 - Establishing OSPF Neighbor Relationships
45
Start
OSPF Features
46
Start
Basic OSPF Configuration
47
Start
Importance Of MTU
48
Start
OSPF Neighbor States
49
Start
Demo - Configure OSPF
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 11
50
Start
Module 11 - Building The Link State Database
51
Start
OSPF LSA Types
52
Start
Viewing Various LSA Types
53
Start
Exchanging And Synchronizing LSDBs
54
Start
Default OSPF Costs
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 12
55
Start
Module 12 - Optimizing OSPF Behavior
56
Start
Benefits Of Route Summarization
57
Start
Configuring Summarization
58
Start
Ways Of Directing Traffic To The Internet
59
Start
Default-Information Originate Command
60
Start
Demo - OSPF Stub Features
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 13
61
Start
Module 13 - Configuring OSPFv3
62
Start
Implementing OSPFv3
63
Start
LSAs
64
Start
Creating Totally Stubby Areas and Summarizing Routes
65
Start
Demo - Configure OSPFv3
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 14
66
Start
Module 14 - Implementing Basic Routing Protocol Redistribution
67
Start
Defining Route Redistribution
68
Start
Default Metrics For Redistributed Routes
69
Start
Calculating Cost For OSPF E1 And E2 Routes
71
Start
Demo - Configure Redistribution Between OSPF And EIRGP
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 15
72
Start
Module 15 - Manipulating Redistribution Using Route Filtering
73
Start
The Need For Redistribution Manipulation
74
Start
Prefix Lists
75
Start
Introducing Route Maps
76
Start
Configuring Route Maps
77
Start
Changing Administrative Distance
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 16
78
Start
Module 16 - Using Cisco Express Forwarding Switching
79
Start
Control Plane And Data Plane
80
Start
Cisco Switching Mechanisms
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 17
81
Start
Module 17 - Implementing Path Control
82
Start
Need For Path Control
83
Start
Policy Based Routing
84
Start
Need For Dynamic Path Control
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 18
85
Start
Module 18 - Planning Enterprise Internet Connectivity
86
Start
Enterprise Connectivity Needs
87
Start
Public IP Address Assignments
88
Start
Provider Independent IP Addressing
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 19
89
Start
Module 19 - Establishing Single Homed IPv4 Internet Connectivity
90
Start
Configuring A Provider Assigned IPv4 Address
91
Start
NAT Overview
92
Start
Configuring NAT
93
Start
Limitations Of NAT
94
Start
Demo - Configuring Dynamic NAT
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 20
95
Start
Module 20 - Establishing Single Homed IPv6 Internet Connectivity
96
Start
Configuring A Provider Assigned IPv6 Address
97
Start
Configuring IPv6 ACLs
98
Start
Securing IPv6 Internet Connectivity
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 21
99
Start
Module 21 - Improving Resilience Of Internet Connectivity
100
Start
Single and Dual-Homed Internet Connectivity
101
Start
Multi-Homed Internet Connectivity
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 22
102
Start
Module 22 - Considering The Advantages Of Using BGP
103
Start
Routing Between Autonomous Systems
104
Start
BGP Routing Policies
105
Start
BGP Data Structures and Message Types
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 23
106
Start
Module 23 - Implementing Basic BGP Operations
107
Start
BGP Neighbor Relationships
108
Start
Configuring BGP Neighbors
109
Start
IGBP Next Hop Behavior and BGP States
110
Start
BGP Session Resilience
111
Start
EBGP Multihop And Clearing BGP Sessions
112
Start
Demo - Configuring BGP
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 24
113
Start
Module 24 - Using BGP Attributes And The Path Selection Process
114
Start
BGP Path Selection
115
Start
Weight Attribute
116
Start
Local Preference Attribute
117
Start
AS Path And MED Attributes
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 25
118
Start
Module 25 - Controlling BGP Routing Updates
119
Start
Filtering Of BGP Routing Updates
120
Start
Implementing AS Path Lists
121
Start
Using Route Maps To Manipulate BGP Updates
122
Start
Clearing The BGP Session
123
Start
BGP Peer Groups
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 26
124
Start
Module 26 - BGP For IPv6 Internet Connectivity
125
Start
MP-BGP Support For IPv6
126
Start
Exchanging IPv6 Routes Over An IPv6 Session
127
Start
IP BGP Filtering Mechanisms
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 27
128
Start
Module 27 - Securing Cisco Routers
129
Start
Securing Cisco Routers Checklist and Security Policy
130
Start
Encrypted Passwords and SSH Instead Of Telnet
131
Start
Securing Access To The Infrastructure Using Router ACLs
132
Start
Secure SNMP
133
Start
Configuration Backups And Implement Logging
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 28
134
Start
Module 28 - Describing Routing Protocol Authentication Options
135
Start
The Purpose Of Routing Protocol Authentication
136
Start
Plaintext And Hashing Authentication Process
137
Start
Time-Based Key Chains
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 29
138
Start
Module 29 - Configuring EIGRP Authentication
139
Start
EIGRP Authentication Configuration Checklist
140
Start
EIGRP For IPv6 Authentication Configuration And Verification
141
Start
Demo - Configuring Authentication For OSPF Using MD5 Authentication
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 30
142
Start
Module 30 - Configuring OSPF Authentication
143
Start
OSPF Authentication Configuration Checklist
144
Start
Configuring OSPFv2 Plaintext Authentication
145
Start
Configuring OSPFv2 MD5 Authentication
146
Start
OSPFv3 Authentication And Encryption
147
Start
Demo - Configure Authentication For OSPF Using Plaintext Authentication
  1. CCNP ROUTE Module 31
148
Start
Module 31 - Configuring BGP Authentication
149
Start
BGP Authentication Configuration Checklist
150
Start
BGP For IPv6 Authentication Configuration
151
Start
Course Ending
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