CCNP


CCNP Course Content

Overview:
CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) Course is designed to teach Students the knowledge and skills required to plan, implement, maintain, secure and troubleshoot converged enterprise networks. After getting extensive exercises on Course, Students will be taught job skills and responsibilities that are related with professional job roles like network engineer, network support engineer, systems engineer, network consultant, network administrator and system integrator.
Training Objectives of CCNP:
The main Objective of the CCNP certification is to validate the ability to plan, implement, verify and troubleshoot local and wide area enterprise networks and work collaboratively with specialists on advanced security, wireless, voice and video solutions. This certification also helps the network engineer to work independently on complex network solutions and skills required in enterprise roles such as network technician, support engineer, systems Admin engineer or network engineer.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Students must be any Graduate and it is recommended for the students have a basic understanding of computer hardware configurations and networking business drivers.
ROUTE
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocols – EIGRP
Establishing Neighbors
Topology Table
IP Routing Table
Optimizing EIGRP Convergence
Route Filtering
Route Summarization
Authentication
Open Shortest Path First – OSPF
Planning
Verification
Configuration
Neighbors
Adjacencies Formation (on LAN & WAN)
Link State Advt – LSAs
Link State Database
Route Filtering & Summarization
Areas & Special Areas
Authentication
Virtual Links
Path Control
Redistribution into EIGRP
Redistribution into OSPF
Redistribution with Distribute Lists
Redistribution with Distribute Lists
Policy Based Routing – PBR
Border Gateway Protocol – BGP
Internal BGP
External BGP
Neighbors
Verifying BGP Tables
Route Filtering
IPv6
IPv6 Addressing
IPV6 Routing
Configuring IPv6 Address
Tunnels
SWITCH
Building Campus Network
Layer 2 Switch
Layer 3 Switch
Tables used in Switching
Switch port Configuration
VLANs & VLAN Trunks & VTP
Ether Channel
STP & PVST+
Adv. STP (RSTP & MST)
Inter VLAN Routing
Multi-Layer Switching (MLS)
Designing Campus Networks
Hierarchical Network Design
Modular Network Design
Router Redundancy in Multilayer Switching
HSRP
VRRP
GLBP
Campus Network Services
IP Telephony
Wireless LANs
Securing Switched Networks
Port Security
Port-based Authentication
Mitigating Spoofing Attacks
Best practices for Securing Switches
TSHOOT – (642-832)
Securing Switched Networks
Introduction to Network Maintenance
Introduction to Troubleshooting Process
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Basic & Adv. Cisco Catalyst Switch Troubleshooting
Introduction to Troubleshooting Routing Protocols
Security Troubleshooting
IP Services Troubleshooting
IP Communications Troubleshooting
IPv6 Troubleshooting
Advanced Services Troubleshooting
Large Enterprise Network Troubleshooting