Cisco 300-101 - ROUTE - Implementing Cisco IP Routing

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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.

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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

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