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    • Lesson 00 - Introduction 8:28
      • 1.Introduction 1:12
      • 2.Objectives 1:36
      • 3.Course Overview 1:43
      • 4.Target Audience 1:35
      • 5.Exam Pre requisites 1:26
      • 6.Lessons Covered CCNP Route 1:49
      • 7.Lessons Covered CCNP SWITCH 1:53
      • 8.Lessons Covered CCNP TSHOOT 1:55
      • 9.Value of CCNP Routing and Switching Certification 1:54
      • 10.Information about Exam 1:52
      • 11.Sources of Information 1:25
      • 12.Thank You 1:8
    • Lesson 1.1 - Review – Static Routes and Administrative Distance 13:11
      • 1 Review Static Routes and Administrative Distance 1:23
      • 2.Objectives 1:26
      • 3.Router Basics 2:39
      • 4.Interfaces 0:0
      • 5.Simulating a WAN Connection 2:18
      • 6.Bandwidth 2:15
      • 7.Bandwidth (contd.) 1:37
      • 8.Bandwidth Distribution 1:47
      • 9.Bandwidth Distribution (contd.) 1:0
      • 10.Longest Prefix Match Example 0:0
      • 11.IP CLASSLESS Command 1:36
      • 12.Administrative Distance 0:0
      • 13.Effect of Administrative Distance 0:0
      • 14.Static Routes 1:46
      • 15.Floating Static Routes 1:55
      • 16.How to Establish Default Route 1:15
      • 17.IP ROUTE Command 1:55
      • 18.IP DEFAULT NETWORK Command 1:40
      • 19.Quiz 0:0
      • 20.Summary 1:39
      • 21.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.2 - Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol 16:57
      • 1.Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:36
      • 3.Introduction to EIGRP 2:59
      • 4.Diffusing Update Algorithm 1:59
      • 5.AUTO SUMMARY Command 1:44
      • 6.NETWORK Command 0:0
      • 7.Router ID 0:0
      • 8.Router ID (contd.) 0:0
      • 9.Metric Weights 0:0
      • 10.Metric Weights (contd.) 0:0
      • 11.Metric 0:0
      • 12.Default Bandwidth and Delay 1:46
      • 13.Configuring Bandwidth and Delay 0:0
      • 14.Tables 2:2
      • 15.Topology Database 0:0
      • 16.Topology Database (contd.) 1:44
      • 17.The Feasibility Condition 2:15
      • 18.Routing Table 0:0
      • 19.Neighbor Table 0:0
      • 20.Neighbor Adjacency Requirements 1:38
      • 21.Manual Summarization 0:0
      • 22.Manual Summarization (contd.) 0:0
      • 23.Advantages and Disadvantages of Manual Summarization 0:0
      • 24.Bandwidth Percent 0:0
      • 25.Hello Interval and Hold Time 0:0
      • 26.Split Horizon 1:34
      • 27.Split Horizon (contd.) 0:0
      • 28.Stuck in Active 2:11
      • 29.Query Scope 1:27
      • 30.Load Balancing 2:52
      • 31.Load Balancing (contd.) 0:0
      • 32.EIGRP Authentication 1:53
      • 33.Tips to Improve EIGRP Convergence and Scalability 2:6
      • 34.Quiz 0:0
      • 35.Summary 1:51
      • 36.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.3 - Open Shortest Path First 20:6
      • 1.Open Shortest Path First 1:26
      • 2.Objectives 1:39
      • 3.Introduction to OSPF 2:4
      • 4.Configuration 0:0
      • 5.Configuring Area 1:43
      • 6.Configuring ROUTER ID 0:0
      • 7.Advertising Networks 0:0
      • 8.Advertising Networks (contd.) 0:0
      • 9.OSPF Metric 0:0
      • 10.OSPF Metric (contd) 0:0
      • 11.Hello and Dead Intervals 0:0
      • 12.Neighbor Adjacencies 2:5
      • 13.OSPF Tables 1:39
      • 14.Routing Updates 1:41
      • 15.Router Types 1:56
      • 16.Area Types 2:6
      • 17.Stub Area 2:5
      • 18.Totally Stubby Area 1:47
      • 19.Not So Stubby and Totally Not So Stubby Areas 1:52
      • 20.Open Shortest Path First Route Preference 1:45
      • 21.Summarization 0:0
      • 22.Virtual Link 2:12
      • 23.Virtual Link (contd.) 0:0
      • 24.Link States 2:21
      • 25.Link States (contd.) 1:57
      • 26.Authentication 0:0
      • 27.OSPF Network Types 0:0
      • 28.OSPF Network Types (contd.) 1:26
      • 29.Configuring Network Types 0:0
      • 30.How Network Types Work 1:52
      • 31.Default Network Types 0:0
      • 32.Defined Network Types 1:33
      • 33.Requirements for Network Types 0:0
      • 34.Designated Router 1:56
      • 35.Designated Router Backup Designated Router Election 1:0
      • 36.Quiz 0:0
      • 37.Summary 2:1
      • 38.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.4 - Exterior Border Gateway Protocol 24:47
      • 1.Exterior Border Gateway Protocol 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:22
      • 3.Introduction 2:28
      • 4.eBGP vs iBGP 2:13
      • 5.Internet Connectivity 1:38
      • 6.Internet Connectivity for a Company 2:20
      • 7.Single Homing 2:14
      • 8.Dual Homing 1:58
      • 9.Single and Dual MultiHomed 1:33
      • 10.Considerations for Internet Connectivity 2:28
      • 11.BGP Message Types 2:13
      • 12.Neighbor Requirements 1:43
      • 13.BGP Neighbor States 2:5
      • 14.Configuration 0:0
      • 15.NETWORK Command 0:0
      • 16.Auto Summary 1:40
      • 17.Clearing BGP Connections 0:0
      • 18.Transit Autonomous Systems 1:51
      • 19.BGP Synchronization 2:3
      • 20.Non Transit Autonomous System 2:35
      • 21.Path Attributes and Vectors 2:22
      • 22.Path Attributes and Vectors (contd.) 1:0
      • 23.Path Attributes that Influence Route Selection Next Hop 0:0
      • 24.Path Attributes that Influence Route Selection Weight 0:0
      • 25.Path Attributes that Influence Route Selection Local Preference 0:0
      • 26.Path Attributes that Influence Route Selection MED 0:0
      • 27.Path Attributes that Influence Route Selection AS Path Prepending 0:0
      • 28.Route Selection 1:33
      • 29.Route Selection Steps 3:7
      • 30.Advertising Networks in BGP 0:0
      • 31.BGP Summarization 0:0
      • 32.Tables 1:43
      • 33.BGP Table 1:30
      • 34.Quiz 0:0
      • 35.Summary 1:47
      • 36.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.5 - Layer 3 Path Control 12:28
      • 1.Layer 3 Path Control 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:40
      • 3.Path Control Tools 2:8
      • 4.Path Control Tools (contd.) 0:0
      • 5.Offset Lists 0:0
      • 6.Route Maps 1:38
      • 7.Configuring Route Maps 0:0
      • 8.Configuring Route Maps MATCH Command 0:0
      • 9.Configuring Route Maps MATCH Command (contd.) 1:26
      • 10.Configuring Route Maps SET Command 0:0
      • 11.Permit Deny in Route Map Filtering 0:0
      • 12.Route Maps in REDISTRIBUTE Command 1:34
      • 13.Prefix Lists 1:46
      • 14.Prefix List Configuration 0:0
      • 15.Prefix List Implicit Deny 0:0
      • 16.Distribute Lists 1:42
      • 17.BGP Filtering 1:45
      • 18.BGP FILTER LIST 0:0
      • 19.Cisco IP Service Level Agreement 2:8
      • 20.Policy Based Routing 0:0
      • 21.PBR Route Map Processing 1:34
      • 22.Configuring Policy Based Routing 2:6
      • 23.PBR SET Commands 0:0
      • 24.Verifying PBR 0:0
      • 25.Policy Based Routing for QoS 0:0
      • 26.Frame Relay 1:24
      • 27.Frame Relay EIGRP 1:58
      • 28.Frame Relay OSPF 1:29
      • 29.Quiz 0:0
      • 30.Summary 1:49
      • 31.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.6 - Redistribution 11:55
      • 1.Redistribution 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:28
      • 3.Need for Redistribution 1:30
      • 4.Complications in Redistribution 1:49
      • 5.Issues in Redistribution 1:56
      • 6.Redistribution Techniques 2:19
      • 7.Routing Loops Example 2:14
      • 8.Multipoint Redistribution 1:45
      • 9.Planning Redistribution 1:51
      • 10.Approaches to Change AD 0:0
      • 11.Set the AD for Specific Protocols 1:47
      • 12.Changing AD for a Neighbor 0:0
      • 13.REDISTRIBUTE Command 2:10
      • 14.REDISTRIBUTE Command into RIP 0:0
      • 15.REDISTRIBUTE Command into OSPF 0:0
      • 16.REDISTRIBUTE Command into EIGRP 0:0
      • 17.Manually Updating Routing 0:0
      • 18.Changing the Seed Metric 0:0
      • 19.Route Maps to Avoid Route Feedback 2:2
      • 20.Quiz 0:0
      • 21.Summary 1:44
      • 22.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.7 - IPv6 Routing 14:4
      • 1.IPv6 Routing 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:43
      • 3.Advantages of IPv6 3:3
      • 4.General Types of IPv6 Addresses 2:18
      • 5.Link Local Addresses 1:39
      • 6.Link Local Multicast Addresses 1:54
      • 7.Solicited Node Multicast 0:0
      • 8.Address Configuration 0:0
      • 9.Dynamic Address Configuration 2:27
      • 10.Neighbor Discovery Protocol 1:44
      • 11.Stateful DHCP 1:54
      • 12.Stateless Address Autoconfiguration 0:0
      • 13.SLAAC Process 1:49
      • 14.IPv6 Static Routes 0:0
      • 15.Floating Static Routes 0:0
      • 16.IPv6 Routing Protocols 0:0
      • 17.Redistribution 1:44
      • 18.RIPng 0:0
      • 19.EIGRP for IPv6 0:0
      • 20.OSPFv3 1:49
      • 21.Multiprotocol BGP 1:57
      • 22.Adapting IPv4 Commands to IPv6 0:0
      • 23.IPv6 PING and TRACEROUTE 0:0
      • 24.Frame Relay over BROADCAST Links 0:0
      • 25.Quiz 0:0
      • 26.Summary 1:43
      • 27.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.8 - IPv6 tofrom IPv4 10:8
      • 1.IPv6 to from IPv4 1:23
      • 2.Objectives 1:30
      • 3.IPv6 Transition Strategies 1:46
      • 4.Dual Stack 1:56
      • 5.Network Address Translation Protocol Translation 0:0
      • 6.Tunneling 2:5
      • 7.Protocol Used in Tunnels 2:2
      • 8.Tunnels Issues 1:38
      • 9.Tunnel Endpoints 1:39
      • 10.Static Point to Point Tunnels 1:46
      • 11.IPv4 Compatible Address Tunnel 0:0
      • 12.Manually Configured Tunnel 1:41
      • 13.Generic Routing Encapsulation 0:0
      • 14.6to4 Tunnel 0:0
      • 15.Intra Site Automatic Tunnel Address Protocol 1:45
      • 16.Quiz 0:0
      • 17.Summary 1:57
      • 18.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 1.9 - Branch Office Implementation 18:5
      • 1.Branch Office Implementation 1:23
      • 2.Objectives 1:31
      • 3.Network Connectivity 2:13
      • 4.Digital Subscriber Line 2:26
      • 5.Branch Office Connections to Headquarters 2:2
      • 6.Remote Access VPN 1:33
      • 7.Network Address Translation Exemption 1:35
      • 8.NAT Traversal 0:0
      • 9.Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Relay 1:56
      • 10.Branch Office Security 1:47
      • 11.Components of Internet Protocol Security 1:40
      • 12.Components of Internet Protocol Security (contd.) 1:37
      • 13.IPsec Protocols at Layer3 1:47
      • 14.Internet Key Exchange 1:49
      • 15.Configure IPsec 2:20
      • 16.IPsec Options 1:57
      • 17.IPsec Configuring Conditions 1:30
      • 18.IPsec Configuring Conditions (contd.) 1:47
      • 19.Characteristics of VPNs 1:31
      • 20.Characteristics of VPNs (contd.) 2:54
      • 21.Quiz 0:0
      • 22.Summary 1:47
      • 23.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.1 - Switch Architecture 13:21
      • 1.Switch Architecture and Operation 1:28
      • 2.Objectives 1:33
      • 3.Ciscos Campus Enterprise Architecture 1:56
      • 4.Enterprise Achitecture Building Blocks 1:53
      • 5.Hierarchical Network Model 1:55
      • 6.Dual Core versus Collapsed Core 2:22
      • 7.Core Layer Requirements 2:4
      • 8.Distribution Layer Requirements 2:30
      • 9.Access Layer Requirements 2:49
      • 10.Hierarchical Network Model Layer Requirements 1:33
      • 11.Switch Blocks 1:37
      • 12.Sizing Switch Blocks 1:55
      • 13.Quiz 0:0
      • 14.Summary 1:46
      • 15.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.2 - Switch Port Configuration 11:54
      • 1 Switch Port Configuration 1:20
      • 2 Objectives 1:33
      • 3 Multilayer Switch Fowarding Methods 1:51
      • 4 Cisco Express Forwarding 1:41
      • 5 Content Addressable Memory and Ternary Content Addressable Memory 2:18
      • 6 Ternary Content Addressable Memory Tables 2:3
      • 7 Layer 3 Routing Packet Rewriting 1:37
      • 8 Lookups 1:47
      • 9 CEF Based MLS Load Sharing 1:52
      • 10 Types of Switch Interfaces 0:0
      • 11 Switch Virtual Interfaces 0:0
      • 12 Default Gateway Routing 1:37
      • 13 Layer 3 Routed Port 1:0
      • 14 Speed and Duplex 0:0
      • 15 Speed and Duplex (contd.) 1:21
      • 16 Err disabled Interfaces 0:0
      • 17 Err disabled Interfaces (contd.) 1:52
      • 18 Miscellaneous Switch Configuration 0:0
      • 19 Quiz 0:0
      • 20 Summary 2:2
      • 21 Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.3 - Virtual Local Area Networks 14:16
      • 1.Virtual Local Area Networks 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:29
      • 3.Introduction to VLAN 1:44
      • 4.VLAN IDs 2:23
      • 5.Switch Port Membership Modes 1:43
      • 6.Types of VLANs 2:40
      • 7.VLAN Best Practices 2:19
      • 8.Create and Manage VLANs 0:0
      • 9.Create and Manage VLANs (contd.) 2:11
      • 10.Default Autostate Behavior for SVIs 1:58
      • 11.Stopping VLAN Traffic 0:0
      • 12.Suspending VLAN in an Entire VTP Domain 0:0
      • 13.Trunks 0:0
      • 14.VLANs on a Trunk 0:0
      • 15.VLANs on a Trunk (contd.) 0:0
      • 16.Trunk Encapsulation 1:45
      • 17.802.1Q Trunk Encapsulation 0:0
      • 18.Dynamic Trunking Protocol 2:14
      • 19.Functions of DTP 0:0
      • 20.DTP Negotiation 0:0
      • 21.DTP Trunk Negotiation 2:2
      • 22.DTP Verification 0:0
      • 23.SHOW INTERFACE TRUNK Command 0:0
      • 24.Trunk Best Practices 1:35
      • 25.Quiz 0:0
      • 26.Summary 1:53
      • 27.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.4 - Virtual Local Area Network Trunking Protocol 13:10
      • 1.Virtual Local Area Network Trunking Protocol 1:19
      • 2.Objectives 1:25
      • 3.Introduction 1:46
      • 4.Benifits of VTP 1:39
      • 5.VTP Components 0:0
      • 6.VTP Configurations 2:4
      • 7.VTP Advertisements 1:51
      • 8.Configuration Revision Number 2:35
      • 9.VTP Pruning 0:0
      • 10.VTP Pruning (contd.) 1:46
      • 11.VTP Versions 2:52
      • 12.Default VTP Configuration 1:44
      • 13.Verify VTP 0:0
      • 14.Protected Port Private VLAN Edge 0:0
      • 15.Private VLANs 1:54
      • 16.Structure of PVLAN 1:47
      • 17.Structure of PVLAN (contd.) 1:33
      • 18.Quiz 0:0
      • 19.Summary 1:55
      • 20.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.5 - Link Aggregation 10:28
      • 1.Link Aggregation 1:22
      • 2.Objectives 1:29
      • 3.Methods to Increase Bandwidth 2:7
      • 4.Advantages of EtherChannel 1:40
      • 5.EtherChannel Implementation Requirements 2:19
      • 6.PAgP and LACP 1:44
      • 7.PAgP and LACP Negotiation 1:51
      • 8.LACP Parameters 0:0
      • 9.Basic Configuration 2:33
      • 10.Load Balancing 0:0
      • 11.EtherChannel Configuration Order 2:4
      • 12.Flex Links 1:41
      • 13.Flex Links (contd.) 0:0
      • 14.Quiz 0:0
      • 15.Summary 1:38
      • 16.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.6 - Traditional Spanning Tree 13:37
      • 1.Traditional Spanning Tree 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:30
      • 3.Introduction 1:42
      • 4.Spanning Tree Protocol Versions 1:38
      • 5.Bridge ID 1:29
      • 6.Root Switch 0:0
      • 7.Ports 0:0
      • 8.Timers 2:9
      • 9.Port Cost 1:50
      • 10.BPDUs 1:56
      • 11.Tiebreakers 1:32
      • 12.Root Bridge 1:56
      • 13.Root Bridge (contd.) 0:0
      • 14.Port States 1:56
      • 15.Topology Change 1:22
      • 16.Topology Change (contd.) 2:29
      • 17.Types of Topology Change 2:57
      • 18.Quiz 0:0
      • 19.Summary 1:51
      • 20.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.7 - Advanced Spanning Tree 19:59
      • 1.Advanced Spanning Tree 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:38
      • 3.Approaches to Spanning Tree beyond CST 2:4
      • 4.Spanning Tree Protocols 1:56
      • 5.PVST PVST and PVRST 0:0
      • 6.IEEE Standard Spanning Tree Protocols 1:39
      • 7.IEEE Standard Spanning Tree Protocols (contd.) 1:44
      • 8.Spanning Tree Extensions 1:23
      • 9.Portfast 1:51
      • 10.PortFast for Trunks 0:0
      • 11.SWITCHPORT HOST 0:0
      • 12.UDLD 0:0
      • 13.RSTP RPVST Port States 1:27
      • 14.RSTP RPVST Port Roles 1:36
      • 15.RSTP RPVST Convergence 2:16
      • 16.RSTP RPVST Topology Change 1:41
      • 17.Topology Change 2:12
      • 18.RSTP RPVST BPDUs 1:36
      • 19.MST 2:18
      • 20.Setting the Root Bridge and Backup 1:51
      • 21.Setting the Primary Root Bridge 0:0
      • 22.Setting the Primary Root Bridge (contd.) 0:0
      • 23.Setting the Secondary Root Bridge 2:4
      • 24.Spanning Tree Modes 0:0
      • 25.Verify PVST 3:3
      • 26.Verify RPVST 1:59
      • 27.Verify MST 0:0
      • 28.Preventing STP Problems 1:43
      • 29.Preventing STP Problems (contd.) 1:56
      • 30.Quiz 0:0
      • 31.Summary 1:41
      • 32.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.8 - Layer 2 Security 14:29
      • 1.Layer 2 Security 1:19
      • 2.Objectives 1:32
      • 3.Port Security 2:21
      • 4.Enabling and Disabling Port Security 0:0
      • 5.Violation Modes 0:0
      • 6.Configuring Port Security 0:0
      • 7.MAC Address Types 1:44
      • 8.Aging and Verification 0:0
      • 9.Trusted Ports 1:49
      • 10.DHCP Snooping 0:0
      • 11.Dynamic ARP Inspection 2:10
      • 12.IP Source Gaurd 1:42
      • 13.802.1X Port Based Authentication 1:38
      • 14.DOT1X 0:0
      • 15.Extensible Authentication Protocol over LAN 1:46
      • 16.VLAN Access Control Lists 1:44
      • 17.DHCP Attacks 2:3
      • 18.VLAN Hopping 1:32
      • 19.Attacks Involving DTP and Trunking 2:15
      • 20.Other Security Attacks at Layer 2 2:9
      • 21.General Switch Security Guidelines 1:46
      • 22.Quiz 0:0
      • 23.Summary 1:59
      • 24.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.9 - Considerations for Wireless, VoIP, and Video 17:11
      • 1.Considerations for Wireless VoIP and Video 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:32
      • 3.Wireless 1:35
      • 4.Distributed Coordinated Function 1:52
      • 5.Station 1:36
      • 6.Access Point 1:45
      • 7.Access Point Location 2:1
      • 8.Cisco Unified WLAN Network 1:58
      • 9.Roaming 1:49
      • 10.Cisco Unified WLAN Network Roaming 1:37
      • 11.Quality of Service 1:54
      • 12.Layer 2 Class of Service 1:33
      • 13.Layer 3 Quality of Service Models 2:5
      • 14.DiffServ 1:36
      • 15.IP Precedence and DSCP Codepoint Values 1:47
      • 16.Trust Boundary 0:0
      • 17.Power over Ethernet 1:57
      • 18.IEEE 802.3af 1:41
      • 19.Characteristics of Voice over IP 1:57
      • 20.Voice 1:33
      • 21.Voice Topology 1:37
      • 22.Video 1:30
      • 23.Quiz 0:0
      • 24.Summary 1:55
      • 25.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.10 - Hot Standby Router Protocol 9:42
      • 1.Hot Standby Router Protocol 1:23
      • 2.Objectives 1:31
      • 3.Resiliency 1:56
      • 4.Supervisor Redundancy 1:38
      • 5.Supervisor Redundancy (contd.) 1:51
      • 6.Features Providing Supervisor Redundancy 0:0
      • 7.First Hop Redundancy Protocols 2:9
      • 8.Hot Standby Router Protocol 1:55
      • 9.Active Router 1:46
      • 10.HSRP Versions 1:29
      • 11.HSRP States 1:29
      • 12.Advertisements 0:0
      • 13.Load Balancing 1:44
      • 14.Quiz 0:0
      • 15.Summary 1:51
      • 16.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 2.11 - VRRP and GLBP 10:35
      • 1.VRRP and GLBP 1:25
      • 2.Objectives 1:35
      • 3.Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol 1:55
      • 4.VRRP Group 1:42
      • 5.Master Router Election 1:39
      • 6.Master Router Failure 2:3
      • 7.VRRP Configuration 0:0
      • 8.Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP) 2:17
      • 9.GLBP Group 1:43
      • 10.Active Router Election and Preemption 1:35
      • 11.Load Balancing Options 1:44
      • 12.Server Load Balancing (SLB) 1:50
      • 13.Quiz 0:0
      • 14.Summary 2:7
      • 15.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.1 - Network Maintenance 8:36
      • 1.Network Maintenance 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:27
      • 3.Maintenance Models 1:54
      • 4.Cisco Lifecycle Services Model 1:46
      • 5.Cisco Lifecycle Services Model Features 0:0
      • 6.Cisco Lifecycle Services The Cycle 1:32
      • 7.Regulatory Standards 1:46
      • 8.Network Application Traffic Types 2:18
      • 9.Network Documentation 2:12
      • 10.Change Control 1:33
      • 11.Quiz 0:0
      • 12.Summary 1:47
      • 13.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.2 - Troubleshooting Methods 6:22
      • 1.Troubleshooting Methods 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:21
      • 3.Troubleshooting Process Steps 1:45
      • 4.Problem Diagnosis 2:53
      • 5.Structured Troubleshooting 2:25
      • 6.Quiz 0:0
      • 7.Summary 1:37
      • 8.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.3 - IOS Device Maintenance 5:10
      • 1.IOS Device Maintenance 1:19
      • 2.Objectives 1:26
      • 3.Restoring Operation after Failure 2:26
      • 4.Automatic Archive 0:0
      • 5.Automatic Archive (contd.) 1:19
      • 6.Incident Recovery Tools 1:18
      • 7.Tool Command Language 0:0
      • 8.Using SHOW Commands 0:0
      • 9.Piping 0:0
      • 10.Debugging 0:0
      • 11.Cisco Graphical User Interface Tools 1:44
      • 12.Quiz 0:0
      • 13.Summary 1:38
      • 14.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.4 - Network Monitoring 9:53
      • 1.Network Monitoring 1:19
      • 2.Objectives 1:26
      • 3.Remote Access Methods 1:28
      • 4.Requirements for Telnet on the Target Device 1:38
      • 5.Using Telnet on the Source Device 0:0
      • 6.Telnet Sessions 1:39
      • 7.Requirements for SSH 0:0
      • 8.Simple Network Management Protocol and Netflow Monitoring 1:46
      • 9.Components of SNMP 0:0
      • 10.SNMP Versions 1 and 2C 1:54
      • 11.SNMP Version 3 1:39
      • 12.Netflow 1:23
      • 13.Network Based Application Recognition 1:54
      • 14.Packet Capture 1:40
      • 15.Switched Port Analyzer 2:18
      • 16.VSPAN and RSPAN Interfaces 0:0
      • 17.Quiz 0:0
      • 18.Summary 1:49
      • 19.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.5 - Troubleshooting Spanning 6:12
      • 1.Troubleshooting Spanning 1:19
      • 2.Objectives 1:19
      • 3.Virtual Local Area Networks 0:0
      • 4.Private Virtual Local Area Networks 1:42
      • 5.Trunking 1:0
      • 6.Interfaces 0:0
      • 7.Switch Interface Errors 0:0
      • 8.Switch Interface Errors (contd.) 1:50
      • 9.Serial Interfaces 0:0
      • 10.Multilayer Switches 0:0
      • 11.EtherChannel 0:0
      • 12.EtherChannel (contd.) 1:43
      • 13.Spanning Tree Protocol 1:35
      • 14.Typical STP Problems 0:0
      • 15.Quiz 0:0
      • 16.Summary 1:44
      • 17.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.6 - Troubleshooting InterVLAN Routing 5:46
      • 1.Troubleshooting InterVLAN Routing 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:28
      • 3.Introduction to InterVLAN Routing 1:41
      • 4.Cisco Express Forwarding 0:0
      • 5.Cisco Express Forwarding (contd.) 0:0
      • 6.Internet Control Message Protocol 2:10
      • 7.Extended PING 2:3
      • 8.Fragmentation and Maximum Transmission Unit 0:0
      • 9.PING Sweep 1:33
      • 10.TRACEROUTE Command 0:0
      • 11.Quiz 0:0
      • 12.Summary 1:31
      • 13.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.7 - Troubleshooting High Availability 3:29
      • 1.Troubleshooting High Availability 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:19
      • 3.First Hop Redundacy Protocols 2:3
      • 4.First Hop Redundacy Protocols (contd.) 0:0
      • 5.Hot Standby Routing Protocols 0:0
      • 6.Virtual Router Redundancy Protocols 1:23
      • 7.Quiz 0:0
      • 8.Summary 1:24
      • 9.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.8 - Troubleshooting RouterSwitch Performance 3:40
      • 1.Troubleshooting RouterSwitch Performance 1:22
      • 2.Objectives 1:21
      • 3.Timestamps 0:0
      • 4.Logging 0:0
      • 5.Logging and SNMP Severity Levels 1:34
      • 6.Logging to Different Devices 0:0
      • 7.Syslog 1:49
      • 8.Memory Usage 0:0
      • 9.SHOW PROCESSES CPU Command 0:0
      • 10.Other Tools to Measure Performance 0:0
      • 11.Quiz 0:0
      • 12.Sumary 1:34
      • 13.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.9 - Troubleshooting IPv4 Routing 7:44
      • 1.Troubleshooting IPv4 Routing 1:22
      • 2.Objectives 1:18
      • 3.Show IP Protocols Command 1:37
      • 4.Neighbor Adjacencies 1:54
      • 5.Routing Problems 1:40
      • 6.Redistribution 0:0
      • 7.DEBUG EIGRP PACKETS Output 1:23
      • 8.Open Shortest Path First 1:37
      • 9.Open Shortest Path First (contd.) 1:46
      • 10.Troubleshoot OSPF 0:0
      • 11.SHOW IP OSPF STATISTICS Output 1:26
      • 12.Border Gateway Protocol Troubleshooting 2:4
      • 13.Quiz 0:0
      • 14.Summary 1:37
      • 15.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.10 - Troubleshooting Security 6:6
      • 1.Troubleshooting Security 1:20
      • 2.Objectives 1:26
      • 3.Management Plane 2:4
      • 4.Control Plane 1:25
      • 5.Data Plane 1:20
      • 6.Control Plane Policing 0:0
      • 7.Control Plane Protection 1:26
      • 8.Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding 1:42
      • 9.Classic Cisco IOS Firewall 0:0
      • 10.Zone Based Policy Firewall 1:44
      • 11.Quiz 0:0
      • 12.Summary 1:39
      • 13.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.11 - Troubleshooting NAT and DHCP 5:30
      • 1.Troubleshooting NAT and DHCP 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:25
      • 3.DHCP Messages 2:10
      • 4.DHCP Server Debugging 0:0
      • 5.Other DHCP Issues 0:0
      • 6.Verify DHCP 0:0
      • 7.IPv4 Link Local Address 1:35
      • 8.NAT 0:0
      • 9.Order of Operations for an Interface Without NAT 1:36
      • 10.Order of Operations for an Interface With NAT 1:33
      • 11.Quiz 0:0
      • 12.Summary 1:50
      • 13.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.12 - Troubleshooting Voice and Video 6:22
      • 1.Troubleshooting 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:16
      • 3.Multicast 1:58
      • 4.Internet Group Management Protocol 1:47
      • 5.Protocol Independent Multicast 1:39
      • 6.Distribution Trees 1:35
      • 7.PIM Forwarding Modes 2:12
      • 8.Quiz 0:0
      • 9.Summary 1:34
      • 10.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.13 - Troubleshooting Internet Protocol version 6 3:41
      • 1.Troubleshooting Internet Protocol version 6 1:21
      • 2.Objectives 1:23
      • 3.Internet Protocol Version 6 1:37
      • 4.IPv6 Routing Protocols 1:56
      • 5.IPv6 Routing Protocols (contd.) 0:0
      • 6.IPv6 to from IPv4 0:0
      • 7.Quiz 0:0
      • 8.Summary 1:24
      • 9.Thank You 0:0
    • Lesson 3.14 - Troubleshooting AAA for Authentication and VLANs 4:16
      • 1.Troubleshooting 1:22
      • 2.Objectives 1:14
      • 3.Using Passwords 1:32
      • 4.Authentication Authorization and Accounting 0:0
      • 5.Authentication Authorization and Accounting (contd.) 2:9
      • 6.Authentication Authorization and Accounting (contd.) 1:31
      • 7.Clock 0:0
      • 8.Quiz 0:0
      • 9.Summary 1:28
      • 10.Thank You 0:0
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  • What is this course about?

    Simplilearn’s training in Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching is an ideal certification program for network engineers to maximize their foundational networking knowledge. Our training module imparts participants with practical, relevant and industry-ready domain knowledge on network solutions.
    The course validates participants the following skills at the end of the training:
    • Ability to design, apply, authenticate and troubleshoot local and wide-area enterprise networks.
    • Coordinate collaboratively with network specialists on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.

  • Why is the certification most sought-after?

    • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment opportunities are expected to increase by 12% from 2012-2022 for networking technicians and systems administrators.
    • CCNP Routing and Switching certification is a widely respected IT certification program which adds value and help networking professionals to advance their careers.
    • According to Robert Half Technology, networking professionals with Cisco networking administration skills can expect to earn a 9% premium above average salaries in the industry.

  • What learning benefits do you get from Simplilearn’s training?

    Simplilearn’s CCNP Routing and Switching training provides immense learning benefits to the participants and ensures the following skills:
    Participants are able to:
    1. Acquire full understanding of basic and advanced concepts of VLAN, Inter-VLAN routing , IPv4 addressing and IOS licensing
    2. Plan, implement, verify, troubleshoot local &wide-area enterprise networks and work collaboratively with specialists on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions
    3.  Work with ease on the three modules: ROUTE; SWITCH; and TSHOOT
    4. Master the advanced concepts of IP addressing and routing in a LAN or WAN environment
    5. Learn the concepts for configuring various network monitoring options ,routing and switching technologies

  • What are the career benefits in-store for you?

    CCNP Routing and Switching certification enhances one’s credibility and marketability within organizations as well as greatly improve Job prospects. The training imparts practical, relevant and job-ready skills which are in demand in the industry. Fortune 500 companies like Cisco, British telecom, Orange telecom, Accenture, Nokia, Siemens, Dimension data, IBM, VM Ware, EMC2 prefer CCNP Routing and Switching certified networking professionals. The average salary of a CCNP Routing and Switching certified professional is $117,000.

  • Who should do this course?

    The course is ideal for IT technicians and entry-level engineers aspiring to advance their career in the networking field. The training is best suited for Network Specialists, Network Administrators, Network Engineers, System Engineers, Network Support Specialists, Network Administrators, Network Consultants and System Integrators.

  • Why Simplilearn?

    1. Simplilearn is the World’s Largest Certification Training Provider, with over 400,000+ professionals trained globally
    2. Trusted by the Fortune 500 companies as their learning provider for career growth and training
    3. 2000+ certified and experienced trainers conduct trainings for various courses across the globe
    4. All our Courses are designed and developed under a tried and tested Unique Learning Framework that is proven to deliver 98.6% pass rate in first attempt
    5. Accredited, Approved and Recognized as a training organization, partner, education provider and examination center by globally renowned names like Project Management Institute of USA, APMG, CFA Institute, GARP, ASTQB, IIBA and others

Exam & Certification

  • How do I get certified in CCNP Routing and Switching?

    Participants have to follow these steps after successfully completing the CCNP Routing and Switching training, simulation exams and lab exercises, to acquire the certification:

    CCNP Exam and certification details
    Participants upon successfully completion of the CCNP training can opt to take ROUTE 642-902, SWITCH 642-813, and TSHOOT 642-832 exams to complete the requirements for the CCNP Routing and Switching Certification.
    Following are the individual exam details:
    • ROUTE (642-902) – 120 minutes (45 – 55 Questions)
    • SWITCH (642-813) – 120 minutes (35 – 45 Questions)
    • TSHOOT (642-832) – 135 minutes (35 – 40 Questions)
    General topics are likely to appear on the exam, but these topics are subjective to change without notice. Hence candidates must be well prepared for the exam.
    • ROUTE and SWITCH exams consist of mostly multiple-choice questions, with additional drag and drop, fill-in-the-blank, and simulation questions.
    • TSHOOT exam consists mostly of simulations, with a few multiple-choice questions, drag and drop, and fill-in-the-blank questions.
    This certification is valid for three years within which the individual must reappear for the exam or achieve a specialized CCNP or CCIE certification.
     
    On achieving the CCNP® Routing and Switching certification, the individual also receives IPv6 Forum Certified Gold Engineer status.

  • What are the prerequisites for the certification?

    The CCNP certification requires the completion of CCNA-routing & switching certification or the Cisco CCIE certification.

FAQs

  • How do I enroll for the online training?

    You can enroll for the training online. Payments can be made using any of the following options and receipt of the same will be issued to the candidate automatically via email.
    1. Visa debit/credit card
    2. American express and Diners club card
    3. Master Card, or
    4. Through PayPal

  • What will I get along with this training?

    You will have online access to e-learning and practice tests along with the training.

  • Can I cancel my enrollment? Do I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment. We provide you complete refund after deducting the administration fee. To know more please go through our Refund Policy.

  • Do you provide money back guarantee for the training programs?

    Yes, we do provide money back guarantee for some of our training programs. You can contact support@simplilearn.com for more information.

  • Can I extend the access period?

    Yes, you can extend the access period by paying an additional fee. Contact support@simplilearn.com for more information.

  • Where and how can I access the e-learning content? Are there any limitations?

    Once you register with us for a course by paying the course fee, you can have 24/7 access to the e-learning content on our website. An automated course purchase confirmation mail from our side will guide you through the process.

  • I am not able to access the online course. Whom should I contact for a solution?

    Please send an email to support@simplilearn.com. You can also chat with us to get an instant solution.

  • Do you provide any course completion certificate?

    Yes, we offer course completion certificate after you successfully complete the training program.

  • Is the training course content aligned with CCNP exam?

    Yes. We provide Cisco developed course content for CCNP exam preparation.

  • Can I avail Practice Lab hands-on exercises along with CCNP training course?

    Yes, we provide CCNP training both with and without Practice Lab hands on experience.

Reviews

The course is very well conceptualized, and explains the topics well.

I am very grateful to Simplilearn for the effort it has put in this training. The course is excellent with easy to remember terminologies.

The videos for CCNP Route are just amazing. After going through the videos, I certainly feel confident about CCNP. Keep it up!

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