Cisco CCNP Route (300-101): The Complete Course
About This Course
The CCNP Route 300-101 certification is your next step in your professional Cisco Career. When you complete this course you should be well prepared to take your certification exam and begin to join the professional world of Cisco Systems.
This certification is but one of three needed to obtain the highly sought after CCNP Routing & Switching. Not only will this be a mile stone in your IT career but it is also sought after by companies around the world that require a higher level of routing; the Professional Level.
DISCLAIMER: Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course. It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with. The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course.
This course will teach you the advance topics needed for IP’s among many others). How to configure Security using Time Based Access-list, Infrastructure Access-lists and IPsec.
You will learn how to filter routes, create prefix lists and so much more.
This course will give the knowledge required, no only to pass the CCNP exam, but it will help you in real world scenarios as well.
The CCNP Route (300-101): The Complete Course will be the only course you will need to prepare and pass your CCNP Route certification exam.
What are the requirements?
- Candidates for this course should know the basics of Routing protocols, subnetting and configuring in the CLI of a the Router.
- Students should have a CCNP book to follow along with the course.
- Student should have passed the CCNA certification or are in the process of passing the CCNA.
- Remember that Cisco will not allow anyone to advance to the professional level (CCNP), without first achieving the CCNA!
What am I going to get from this course?
- CCNP Course will help you understand the concepts need to get certified.
What is the target audience?
- Students that have passed or will pass the CCNA certification exam.
- Cisco does not let anyone advance to the CCNP withough first having the CCNA.
- Anyone that wants to advance their Cisco career to the Professional level.
- Anyone that is in the field and needs to understand the higher levels or professional levels, Cisco protocols covered within the CCNP
Network Engineer, Cisco & Microsoft Instructor
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I am a Network Engineer with over 14+ years in the field and in the teaching industry. I hold the following certifications: CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, Security+, Network+, A+, MCP, MCTS & MOS and I just passed the first of two test for the CCIE! My teaching experience stems from teaching at institutions like Palm Beach Community College, New Horizons, Florida Career College (now Anthem College) and The Academy of South Florida, not to mention teaching at my own training facility in Miami, Florida.
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- Lectures 90
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 4 Hours/Week
- Skill level
- Language English
- Students 917
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self
Section 1: CCNP Route 300-101 course
- Lecture 1.1 Lecture 1:Introduction to the CCNP Route 300-101 Course Locked
Section 2: Routing Protocol Fundamentals
- Lecture 2.1 Lecture 2:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 2.2 Lecture 3:What roles does routing play in an Enterprise Network Locked
- Lecture 2.3 Lecture 4:Which Routing Protocol should I use? Locked
- Lecture 2.4 Lecture 5:Interior or Exterior Routing Protocols Locked
- Lecture 2.5 Lecture 6:Different Categories of Routing Protocols Locked
- Lecture 2.6 Lecture 7:Summary of Section Locked
Section 3: Fundamentals of Networking Techonology
- Lecture 3.1 Lecture 8:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 3.2 Lecture 9:Network Traffic Type Locked
- Lecture 3.3 Lecture 10:Network Architecture Types Locked
- Lecture 3.4 Lecture 11:Summary of Section Locked
Section 4: TCP/IP Fundamentals
- Lecture 4.1 Lecture 12:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 4.2 Lecture 13:Characteristics of an IP Locked
- Lecture 4.3 Lecture 14:A Review of Routing Locked
- Lecture 4.4 Lecture 15:Characteristics of TCP Locked
- Lecture 4.5 Lecture 16:Characteristics of UDP Locked
- Lecture 4.6 Lecture 17:Summary of Section Locked
Section 5: Strategies on how to migrate a network
- Lecture 5.1 Lecture 18:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 5.2 Lecture 19:Routing Protocol Changes Locked
- Lecture 5.3 Lecture 20:Migrating to IPv6 Locked
- Lecture 5.4 Lecture 21:Spanning tree Protocol Migration Preview Locked
- Lecture 5.5 Lecture 22:Migrating Virtual Networking Locked
- Lecture 5.6 Lecture 23:Summary of Section Locked
Section 6: Remote Connectivity
- Lecture 6.1 Lecture 24:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 6.2 Lecture 25:MPLS Based VPN Locked
- Lecture 6.3 Lecture 26:Summary of Section Locked
Section 7: MPLS VPN Breakdown
- Lecture 7.1 Lecture 27:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 7.2 Lecture 28:Layer 2 MPLS VPN Locked
- Lecture 7.3 Lecture 29:Layer 3 MPLS VPN Locked
- Lecture 7.4 Lecture 30:GRE Tunnel Locked
- Lecture 7.5 Lecture 31:Summary of Section Locked
Section 8: GRE DMVPN NHRP and IPSec
- Lecture 8.1 Lecture 32:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 8.2 Lecture 33:DMVPN Locked
- Lecture 8.3 Lecture 34:Multipoint GRE Locked
- Lecture 8.4 Lecture 35:Next Hop Resolution Protocol or NHRP Locked
- Lecture 8.5 Lecture 36:Security using IPSec Locked
- Lecture 8.6 Lecture 37:Summary of Section Locked
Section 9: IPv6 Review and RIPng
- Lecture 9.1 Lecture 38:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 9.2 Lecture 39:The Beginning of IP Addresses Locked
- Lecture 9.3 Lecture 40:IPv4 to IPv6 Locked
- Lecture 9.4 Lecture 41:Types of IPv6 Addresses Locked
- Lecture 9.5 Lecture 42:Configuring on IPv6 Addresses Locked
- Lecture 9.6 Lecture 43:Using the RIPng Locked
- Lecture 9.7 Lecture 44:Summary of Section Locked
Section 10: EIGRP on Cisco Routers
- Lecture 10.1 Lecture 45:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 10.2 Lecture 46:The Basics of EIGRP Locked
- Lecture 10.3 Lecture 47:How does EIGRP create it’s neighbors? Locked
- Lecture 10.4 Lecture 48:Neighborships over WAN Locked
- Lecture 10.5 Lecture 49:Summary of Section Locked
Section 11: Advanced EIGRP Concepts
- Lecture 11.1 Lecture 50:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 11.2 Lecture 51:Building the EIGRP Topology Table Locked
- Lecture 11.3 Lecture 52:Building the IP Routing Table Locked
- Lecture 11.4 Lecture 53:Optimizing EIGRP Convergence Locked
- Lecture 11.5 Lecture 54:Route Filtering Locked
- Lecture 11.6 Lecture 55:Summary of Section Locked
Section 12: Named EIGRP
- Lecture 12.1 Lecture 56:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 12.2 Lecture 57:EIGRP for IPv6 Locked
- Lecture 12.3 Lecture 58:Named EIGRP Locked
- Lecture 12.4 Lecture 59:Summary of Section Locked
Section 13: Fundamentals OSPF Concepts
- Lecture 13.1 Lecture 60:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 13.2 Lecture 61:OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on LANs Locked
- Lecture 13.3 Lecture 62:Virtual Links Locked
- Lecture 13.4 Lecture 63:Summary of Section Locked
Section 14: Advanced OSPF Concepts
- Lecture 14.1 Lecture 64:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 14.2 Lecture 65:Route Filtering Locked
- Lecture 14.3 Lecture 66:Route Summarization Locked
- Lecture 14.4 Lecture 67:Default routes and Stub Areas Locked
- Lecture 14.5 Lecture 68:OSPF Version 3 Locked
- Lecture 14.6 Lecture 69:Summary of Section Locked
Section 15: Route Redistribution
- Lecture 15.1 Lecture 70:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 15.2 Lecture 71:Route Redistribution Basics Locked
- Lecture 15.3 Lecture 72:Redistribution between EIGRP and OSPF Locked
- Lecture 15.4 Lecture 73:Redistribution with route Maps and Distribute Lists Locked
- Lecture 15.5 Lecture 74:Summary of Section Locked
Section 16: Route Selection
- Lecture 16.1 Lecture 75:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 16.2 Lecture 76:Policy Base Routing Locked
- Lecture 16.3 Lecture 77:IP service level agreement Locked
- Lecture 16.4 Lecture 78:Summary of Section Locked
- Lecture 16.5 Section 17: Fundamentals of BGP Concepts Locked
- Lecture 16.6 Lecture 80:Introduction to BGP Locked
- Lecture 16.7 Lecture 81:External BGP for Enterprises Locked
- Lecture 16.8 Lecture 82:Verifying the BGP Table Locked
- Lecture 16.9 Lecture 83:Summary of Section Locked
Section 18: Routing Protocol Authentication
- Lecture 17.1 Lecture 84:Introduction to Section Locked
- Lecture 17.2 Lecture 85:Authentication Methods Locked
- Lecture 17.3 Lecture 86:EIGRP Authentication Locked
- Lecture 17.4 Lecture 87:OSPF Authenticaiton Locked
- Lecture 17.5 Lecture 88:BGP Authentication Locked
- Lecture 17.6 Lecture 89:Summary of Section Locked
Section 19: Course Summary
- Lecture 18.1 Lecture 90:Summary of Course Locked