CCNP ROUTE

Course Description

CCNP ROUTE is one of the three CCNP routing & switching exams. You will learn more about routing protocols like OSPF and EIGRP and how routing on the Internet works with BGP (Border Gateway Protocol). You will also learn about advanced routing techniques like redistribution and filtering.

Course Highlights

In this course you will learn:

  • More about routing protocols like OSPF and EIGRP.
  • How BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is used for routing on the Internet between autonomous systems.
  • How to configure import / export routes between different routing protocols thanks to redistribution.
  • How to connect remote branch offices to the network with different tunneling techniques.
  • How to secure your routers.
  • And many other topics…

Presented to you by instructor Rene Molenaar, CCIE #41726

Requirements

Good understanding of all routing topics in CCNA R&S

Unit 1: Preparation
How to Prepare for Cisco CCNP R&S
Unit 2: Routing Fundamentals
IPv4 Explained
IPv4 Header Fields
Introduction to ARP
DHCP Server
DHCP Relay
Introduction to TCP and UDP
TCP Header Fields
TCP Window Size Scaling
TCP Bandwidth Delay Product
ICMP Explained
How to configure static route on Cisco IOS Router
Unicast Flooding due to Asymmetric Routing
Unit 3: EIGRP
Introduction to EIGRP
Basic EIGRP configuration
EIGRP Packets
EIGRP Neighbor Adjacency
EIGRP Static Neighbor
EIGRP Passive Interface
EIGRP Neighbor and Topology Table
EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing
How to Configure EIGRP Unequal Load Balancing
EIGRP K Values
EIGRP K Values Configuration
EIGRP Hold Time and Hello Packets
EIGRP Stuck in Active
EIGRP Summarization
EIGRP Auto-Summary
EIGRP Authentication
EIGRP Default Network Route
EIGRP Stub
EIGRP Filtering with distribute-list
EIGRP Filtering with prefix-list
EIGRP Route-map filtering
EIGRP over frame-relay
EIGRP IP bandwidth percent
EIGRP Router ID
EIGRP Named Mode
Unit 4: OSPF
Introduction to OSPF
OSPF LSAs and LSDB Flooding
OSPF Plain Text Authentication
OSPF MD5 Authentication
OSPF LSA Types
OSPF Packets and Neighbor Discovery
OSPF Router ID
OSPF Passive Interface
OSPF DR/BDR Election
OSPF Reference Bandwidth
How to configure OSPF Default Route
OSPF Non-Broadcast Network Type
OSPF Broadcast Network Type
OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Network Type
OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast Network Type
OSPF Point-to-Point Network Type
OSPF Next Hop with Network Types
OSPF Hello and Dead Interval
OSPF Summarization
Introduction to OSPF Stub Areas
How to configure OSPF Stub Area
How to configure OSPF Totally Stub
How to configure OSPF NSSA (Not So Stubby) Area
How to configure OSPF Totally NSSA (Not So Stubby) Area
OSPF Virtual Link
OSPF LSA Type 3 filtering
OSPF LSA Type 5 filtering
OSPF Path Selection Explained
OSPF Distribute-List Filtering
OSPFv3 for IPv4
Unit 5: Redistribution
Introduction to Redistribution
Redistribution between RIP and EIGRP
Redistribution between OSPF and RIP
Redistribution Route Tagging
Troubleshooting Metric Redistribution
Troubleshooting AD Redistribution
Unit 6: Route Selection
Administrative Distance
CEF (Cisco Express Forwarding)
Cisco Offset-List Command
PBR (Policy Based Routing)
IP SLA (IP Service Level Agreement)
IP SLA with static routes
IP SLA with policy based routing
Unit 7: BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)
Introduction to BGP
How to configure eBGP (External BGP)
eBGP Multihop
iBGP (Internal BGP) explained
BGP Peer Groups
BGP Private and Public AS Numbers
How to read the BGP Table
How to advertise networks in BGP
BGP Auto-Summary
iBGP Next Hop Self
BGP Neighbor Adjacency States
BGP Messages
BGP Weight Attribute
BGP Local Preference
BGP AS Path and Prepending
BGP Origin Code
BGP MED (Metric) Attribute
BGP Regular Expressions
BGP Filtering with Regular Expressions
BGP Transit AS
BGP Soft Reconfiguration
BGP Route Refresh Capability
MP-BGP (Multi-Protocol BGP)
Unit 8: IPv6
Introduction to IPv6
Shortening IPv6 Addresses
How to find the IPv6 prefix
IPv6 Address Types
IPv6 Address Assignment Example
IPv6 EUI-64 explained
IPv6 Summarization Example
IPv6 Solicited Node Multicast Address
IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol
IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration
How to configure DHCPv6 Server
How to configure IPv6 Static Routing
How to configure IPv6 RIPNG
How to configure IPv6 EIGRP
How to configure IPv6 OSPF
OSPFv3 Default Route
OSPFv3 authentication
IPv6 Redistribution between RIPNG and OSPFv3
IPv6 Access-List
BGP IPv6 Route Filtering on Cisco IOS
IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
IPv6 Automatic 6to4 Tunnelling
IPv6 NAT64 Static
Unit 9: Remote Site Connectivity
DHCP Client
Introduction to NAT and PAT
How to configure Static NAT
How to configure Dynamic NAT
How to configure PAT
PPP (Point to Point Protocol)
PPPoE Server and Client
MTU Troubleshooting
GRE Tunnelling
GRE Tunnelling Recursive Routing Error
IPsec (Internet Protocol Security)
Encrypted GRE Tunnel with IPSEC
VRF Lite
EVN (Easy Virtual Network)
Introduction to MPLS
MPLS Labels and Devices
MPLS LDP (Label Distribution Protocol)
MPLS Layer 3 VPN Explained
Introduction to DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint VPN)
Unit 10: Router Security and Management
Introduction to CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol)
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
Router Security Policy
Standard Access-List
Extended Access-List
Time-Based Access-List
Infrastructure Access-List
uRPF
AAA 802.1X Authentication
TACACS+
SNMPv2
SNMPv3
Syslog
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
Cisco NetFlow