ROUTE v2.0 - Implementing Cisco® IP Routing

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    ROUTE v2.0 - Implementing Cisco® IP Routing

    Description
    ROUTE v2.0 course, builds upon the knowledge and skills from CCNA Routing and Switching and help you expand competencies to plan, implement, and monitor a scalable routing network.

    This course includes major updates and follows an updated blueprint. (However, note that this course does not cover all items listed on the blueprint.) Some older topics have been removed or simplified, while several new IPv6 routing topics have been added. The course content has been adapted to Cisco IOS Software Release 15 and technically updated.


    Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.
    To be able to view your digital kit you will need to bring a laptop computer, the recommended system requirements and instructions to access the course kit content can be found at the following link:
    Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions

    To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
    We recommend using at least a Core I3 or higher and 4 GB of RAM or more.
    We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
    Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
    All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
    Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
    All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
    If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
    If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
    All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.
    If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us to have a discuss.

    Objectives
    Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
    Describe routing protocols, different remote connectivity options, and their impact on routing and implementing RIPng
    Configure EIGRP in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
    Configure OSPF in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
    Implement route redistribution using filtering mechanisms
    Implement path control using policy-based routing and IP SLA
    Implement enterprise Internet connectivity
    Secure Cisco routers according to best practices and configure authentication for routing protocols

    Prerequisites
    This section lists the skills and knowledge that learners must possess to benefit fully from the curriculum. It includes recommended Cisco learning offerings that the learners may complete to benefit fully from this curriculum.

    The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
    Describing network fundamentals
    Establishing Internet and WAN connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6)
    Managing network device security
    Operating a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
    Troubleshooting IP connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6)
    Configuring and troubleshooting EIGRP and OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6)
    Configuring devices for SNMP, syslog, and NetFlow access
    Managing Cisco device configurations, Cisco IOS images, and licenses
    It is highly recommended that this course be taken after the following Cisco courses:

    Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices v2.0, Part 1 (ICND1 v2.0) and Part 2 (ICND2 v2.0), or
    Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated Version 2.0 (CCNAX v2.0)

    Who Should Attend
    Learners who aim to be network professionals and who have knowledge that is obtained from Cisco CCNA courses

    Course Outline

    Course Introduction

    Overview
    Course Goal and Objectives
    Course Flow
    Additional References
    Your Training Curriculum
    Module 1: Basic Network and Routing Concepts
    Lesson 1: Differentiating Routing Protocols
    Enterprise Network Infrastructure
    Role of Dynamic Routing Protocols
    Choosing the Optimal Routing Protocol
    IGP vs. EGP
    Types of Routing Protocols
    Convergence
    Route Summarization
    Routing Protocol Scalability

    Lesson 2: Understanding Network Technologies
    Traffic Types
    IPv6 Address Types
    Network Types
    Nonbroadcast Multiple-Access Networks
    Routing over the Internet

    Lesson 3: Connecting Remote Locations with the Headquarters
    Connectivity Overview
    Routing Across MPLS VPNs
    Routing over a GRE Tunnel
    Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network
    Multipoint GRE
    Next Hop Resolution Protocol
    IPsec

    Lesson 4: Implementing RIPng
    RIP Overview
    Investigating the RIPng Database
    Module 2: EIGRP Implementation
    Lesson 1: Establishing EIGRP Neighbor Relationships
    EIGRP Features
    EIGRP Reliable Transport
    EIGRP Operation Overview
    Manipulating EIGRP Timers
    EIGRP Neighborship over Frame Relay
    Establishing EIGRP over Layer 3 MPLS VPN
    EIGRP Neighborship over Layer 2 MPLS VPN

    Lesson 2: Building the EIGRP Topology Table
    Exchange of Routing Knowledge in EIGRP
    EIGRP Metric
    EIGRP Metric Calculation
    EIGRP Metric Calculation Example
    The Feasibility Condition
    EIGRP Path Calculation Example

    Lesson 3: Optimizing EIGRP Behavior
    EIGRP Queries
    EIGRP Stub Routers
    Stuck in Active
    Reducing Query Scope by Using Summary Routes
    Load Balancing with EIGRP

    Lesson 4: Configuring EIGRP for IPv6
    EIGRP for IPv6 Overview
    Verifying EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration

    Lesson 5: Discovering Named EIGRP Configuration
    Introduction to Named EIGRP Configuration
    Named EIGRP Configuration Modes
    Example: Classic vs. Named EIGRP Configuration
    Module 3: OSPF Implementation
    Lesson 1: Establishing OSPF Neighbor Relationships
    OSPF Features
    OSPF Operation Overview
    Hierarchical Structure of OSPF
    Design Limitations of OSPF
    OSPF Message Types
    OSPF Neighborship over Point-to-Point Links
    OSPF Neighborship on Layer 3 MPLS VPN
    OSPF Neighborship over Layer 2 MPLS VPN
    OSPF Neighbor States
    OSPF Network Types
    Configuring Passive Interfaces

    Lesson 2: Building the Link-State Database
    OSPF LSA Types
    Periodic OSPF Database Changes
    Exchanging and Synchronizing LSDBs
    Synchronizing LSDB on Multiaccess Networks
    Running the SPF Algorithm
    Calculating the Cost of Intra-Area Routes
    Calculating the Cost of Interarea Routes
    Selecting Intra-Area and Interarea Routes

    Lesson 3: Optimizing OSPF Behavior
    OSPF Route Summarization
    Benefits of Route Summarization
    Summarization on ABRs
    Summarization on ASBRs
    Two Ways of Directing Traffic to the Internet
    Cost of the Default Route in a Stub Area
    The default-information originate Command
    Other Stubby Area Types

    Lesson 4: Configuring OSPFv3
    Configuring Advanced OSPFv3
    OSPFv3 Caveats
    Module 4: Configuration of Redistribution
    Lesson 1: Implementing Basic Routing Protocol Redistribution
    The Need for Redistribution
    Defining Route Redistribution
    Redistributing Route Information
    Default Metrics for Redistributed Routes
    Calculating Costs for OSPF E1 and E2 Routes
    Types of Redistribution
    Mutual Redistribution

    Lesson 2: Manipulating Redistribution Using Route Filtering
    The Need for Redistribution Manipulation
    Distribute Lists
    Distribute Lists Usage
    Prefix Lists
    Prefix List Example
    Introducing Route Maps
    Route Map Applications
    Route Map Operation
    Configuring Route Maps
    Route Maps Example
    Changing Administrative Distance
    Manipulating Redistribution Using Route Tagging
    Caveats of Redistribution
    Module 5: Path Control Implementation
    Lesson 1: Using Cisco Express Forwarding Switching
    Control Plane and Data Plane
    Cisco Switching Mechanisms
    Process Switching and Fast Switching
    Cisco Express Forwarding

    Lesson 2: Implementing Path Control
    Need for Path Control
    PBR Features
    PBR Benefits
    Configuring PBR
    Need for Dynamic Path Control
    Cisco IOS IP SLA
    Configuring IP SLA
    Using IP SLA for Path Control
    Module 6: Enterprise Internet Connectivity
    Lesson 1: Planning Enterprise Internet Connectivity
    Enterprise Internet Connectivity Needs
    Types of ISP Connectivity
    Public IP Address Assignments
    Provider-Independent IP Addressing
    AS Numbers

    Lesson 2: Establishing Single-Homed IPv4 Internet Connectivity
    Configuring a Provider-Assigned IPv4 Address
    Obtaining a Provider-Assigned IPv4 Address with DHCP
    Need for NAT
    NAT Overview
    Configuring Static NAT
    Configuring Dynamic NAT
    Configuring PAT
    Limitations of NAT
    NAT Virtual Interface

    Lesson 3: Establishing Single-Homed IPv6 Internet Connectivity
    Obtaining Provider-Assigned IPv6 Addresses
    Securing IPv6 Internet Connectivity

    Lesson 4: Improving Resilience of Internet Connectivity
    Drawbacks of a Single-Homed Internet Connectivity
    Dual-Homed Internet Connectivity
    Configuring Best Path for Dual-Homed Internet Connectivity
    Multihomed Internet Connectivity
    Multihoming Options

    Lesson 5: Considering Advantages of Using BGP
    Routing Between Autonomous Systems
    Path Vector Functionality
    BGP Routing Policies
    Characteristics of BGP
    BGP Data Structures
    BGP Message Types
    When to Use BGP

    Lesson 6: Implementing Basic BGP Operations
    BGP Neighbor Relationships
    EBGP Neighbor Relationships
    IBGP Neighbor Relationships
    Basic BGP Configuration Requirements
    Configuring BGP Neighbors

    Lesson 7: Using BGP Attributes and the Path Selection Process
    BGP Path Selection
    BGP Route Selection Process
    Weight Attribute
    Configuring the Default Weight for a Neighbor
    Configuring Weight with Route Maps
    MED Attribute
    Setting MED with a Route Map

    Lesson 8: Controlling BGP Routing Updates
    Filtering of BGP Routing Updates
    Using Prefix Lists to Filter BGP Updates
    Implementing AS Path Access Lists
    Using Route Maps to Manipulate BGP Updates
    Route Map Use Case Example
    Filtering Order
    Clearing the BGP Session
    BGP Peer Groups
    Peer Group Configuration Scenario
    Peer Group Configuration Example

    Lesson 9: Implementing BGP for IPv6 Internet Connectivity
    MP-BGP Support for IPv6
    Exchanging IPv6 Routes over an IPv4 Session
    Exchanging IPv6 Routes over an IPv6 Session
    Comparing Single and Dual BGP Transport
    IPv6 BGP Filtering Mechanisms
    IPv6 Prefix List Filtering
    IPv6 Path Selection with BGP Local Preference
    Module 7: Routers and Routing Protocol Hardening
    Lesson 1: Securing Cisco Routers
    Securing Cisco IOS Routers Checklist
    Router Security Policy
    Encrypted Passwords
    Use SSH Instead of Telnet
    Securing Access to the Infrastructure Using Router ACLs
    Secure SNMP
    Configuration Backups
    Implement Logging
    Disable Unused Services

    Lesson 2: Describing Routing Protocol Authentication Options
    The Purpose of Routing Protocol Authentication
    Authentication Types
    Plaintext Authentication Process
    Hashing Authentication Process
    Time-Based Key Chains
    Authentication Options with Different Routing Protocols

    Lesson 3: Configuring EIGRP Authentication
    EIGRP Authentication Configuration Checklist
    EIGRP for IPv6 Authentication Configuration
    EIGRP for IPv6 Authentication Verification
    Configuring Authentication in Named EIGRP

    Lesson 4: Configuring OSPF Authentication
    OSPF Authentication Configuration Checklist

    Lesson 5: Configuring BGP Authentication
    BGP Authentication Configuration Checklist
    BGP Authentication Configuration
    BGP Authentication Verification
    BGP for IPv6 Authentication Configuration
    BGP for IPv6 Authentication Verification

    Lab Outline


    Discovery 1: Configuring RIPng
    Discovery 2: Configuring and Investigating Basic EIGRP
    Discovery 3: Building the EIGRP Topology Table
    Discovery 4: EIGRP Stub Routing
    Discovery 5: EIGRP Summarization
    Discovery 6: EIGRP Load Balancing
    Discovery 7: EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration
    Discovery 8: Discovering the Named EIGRP Configuration
    Discovery 9: Basic OSPF Configuration Introduction
    Discovery 10: Building the Link-State Database
    Discovery 11: OSPF Path Selection
    Discovery 12: OSPF Route Summarization
    Discovery 13: OSPF Stub Areas
    Discovery 14: Implementing OSPFv3
    Discovery 15: Basic Redistribution
    Discovery 16: Manipulate Redistribution
    Discovery 17: Manipulate Redistribution Using Route Maps
    Discovery 18: Analyzing Cisco Express Forwarding
    Discovery 19: Implementing PBR
    Discovery 20: Configuring NAT Virtual Interface
    Discovery 21: Basic IPv6 Internet Connectivity
    Discovery 22: Basic BGP Configuration
    Discovery 23: Influencing BGP Path Selection
    Discovery 24: BGP for IPv6
    Discovery 25: Configuring EIGRP Authentication
    Discovery 26: OSPF Authentication Configuration
    Challenge 1: Configure RIPng
    Challenge 2: Configure EIGRP
    Challenge 3: Configure and Optimize EIGRP for IPv6
    Challenge 4: Implement EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6 Through Named Configuration
    Challenge 5: Configure OSPF
    Challenge 6: Optimize OSPF
    Challenge 7: Configure OSPFv3
    Challenge 8: Implement Redistribution Using Route Filtering
    Challenge 9: Implement Path Control
    Challenge 10: Configure BGP
    Challenge 11: Configure Authentication for EIGRP Routes
    Challenge 12: Configure BGP Authentication


    Price Includes International Curriculum Courseware And Very Active Real-Time Labs.

    4 Hours Daily 3 Times a Week

    Total Duration 4 Months

    • Model: CCNP - Routing & Switching
    • Manufacturer:Cisco

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