Cisco routing configuration will take time and effort to be mastered but this course can help you in configuring and optimizing a routing domain using different the best tools. You will be prepared for the ROUTE exam after this course.

This Cisco CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Routing (Route) v2.0 Online Training Course will let you know how to use OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, PBR, IP SLA and configure redistribution domain. You are also provided with knowledge of the configuration of secured routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers.

Course Highlights

  • The price is for the whole course including final exam – no hidden fees
  • Accredited Certificate upon successful completion
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This valuable course is suitable for anyone interested in working in this sector or who simply wants to learn more about the topic. If you’re an individual looking to excel within this field then Cisco CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Routing (Route) v2.0 Online Training Course is for you.

We’ve taken this comprehensive course and broken it down into several manageable modules which we believe will assist you to easily grasp each concept – from the fundamental to the most advanced aspects of the course. It really is a sure pathway to success.

All our courses offer 12 months access and are designed to be studied at your own pace so you can take as much or as little time as you need to complete and gain the accredited qualification.

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Assessment and Certification

At the end of the course, you will be required to sit an online multiple-choice test. Your test will be assessed automatically and immediately so that you will instantly know whether you have been successful. After you have successfully passed the final exam, you will be able to order an Accredited Certificate of Achievement at an additional cost of £19 for a PDF copy and £29 for an original print copy sent to you by post or for both £39.

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On successful completion of this course, you have the potential to achieve an estimated salary of £52,500.

The sky really is the limit.

Course Curriculum

Routing Services
Complex Enterprise Network Frameworks, Architectures, and Models 00:15:00
Creating, Documenting, and Executing an Implementation Plan 00:09:00
Overview of IP Routing 00:12:00
Demo 1 – RIPNG 00:26:00
Configuring the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Understanding EIGRP Terminology and Operation 00:14:00
Planning EIGRP Routing Implementations 00:03:00
Configuring and Verifying EIGRP 00:03:00
Demo 1 – Enable EIGRP Routing 00:01:00
Demo 2 – Define EIGRP Networks 00:03:00
Demo 3 – Define Bandwidth on Interfaces 00:01:00
Demo 4 – Enable and Disable EIGRP Automatic Summarization 00:01:00
Demo 5 – Passive Interface 00:02:00
Demo 6 – IP Default Network 00:03:00
Demo 7 – Configure a Router to Advertise a Default Route as the Gateway 00:02:00
Demo 8 – Example of the IP Route Next Hop Command 00:01:00
Demo 9 – Example of the IP Route Quad Zero Command 00:01:00
Demo 10 – Summarization in Discontiguous Networks 00:01:00
Configuring and Verifying EIGRP in an Enterprise WAN 00:03:00
Demo 1 – Disabling Automatic Summarization 00:01:00
Demo 2 – Frame Relay Using Dynamic Mapping 00:03:00
Demo 3 – EIGRP over Layer 3 MPLS VPNs 00:02:00
Demo 4 – EIGRP over Layer 2 MPLS VPNs 00:04:00
Configuring and Verifying EIGRP Authentication 00:04:00
Demo 1 – Configure Authentication Mode for EIGRP 00:02:00
Demo 2 – Configure the Key Chain 00:01:00
Optimizing EIGRP Implementations 00:05:00
Demo 1 – Enable Authentication to use the Key Chain 00:01:00
Demo 2 – EIGRP 00:21:00
Configuring the Open Shortest Path First Protocol
Understanding OSPF Terminology and Operation 00:20:00
OSPF Packets 00:11:00
Planning OSPF Routing Implementations 00:06:00
Basic OSPF Verification and Configuration 00:09:00
Demo 1 – Configuring Single Area OSPF 00:02:00
Demo 2 – Configuring Multi Area OSPF 00:01:00
Demo 3 – Verifying OSPF 00:02:00
OSPF Network Types 00:11:00
Demo 1 – Assigning Router Priority 00:02:00
Demo 2 – Override the Default Interface Cost 00:01:00
Demo 3 – Configure a Key for Simple Authentication 00:01:00
Demo 4 – Configure the MD5 Key-ID and Key 00:02:00
Demo 5 – Verifying Simple Password Authentication 00:01:00
Demo 6 – OSPF 00:19:00
Manipulating Routing Updates
Assessing Network Routing Performance Issues 00:05:00
Using Multiple Routing Protocols on a Network 00:09:00
Demo 1 – Redistribution Supports All Routing Protocols 00:01:00
Implementing Route Redistribution 00:07:00
Demo 1 – Redistribute Routes into RIP 00:03:00
Demo 2 – Redistribute Routes into OSPF 00:04:00
Demo 3 – Default Metric for Routing Protocols 00:02:00
Demo 4 – Redistributing Routes into EIGRP 00:05:00
Demo 5 – Applying Metric Values for EIGRP 00:03:00
Demo 6 – Modifying the Administrative Distance for all Routing Protocols 00:06:00
Demo 7 – Changing OSPF AD 00:15:00
Controlling Routing Update Traffic 00:11:00
Demo 1 – Route Map 00:10:00
Demo 2 – Using Distribute Lists and Filter Incoming Routing Updates 00:03:00
Demo 3 – Defining a Filter for Outgoing Routing Commands 00:02:00
Demo 4 – Distribute List In or Out and Examples 00:06:00
Demo 5 – Distribute Lists to Avoid Route Feedback 00:05:00
Demo 6 – Fallbacks of Distribute Lists 00:01:00
Demo 7 – Using Prefix Lists 00:02:00
Implementing Path Control
Understanding Path Control 00:05:00
Demo 1 – Similarities of ACLs and Prefix Lists 00:01:00
Implementing Path Control using Offset-Lists 00:02:00
Demo 1 – Configuring a Prefix List 00:04:00
Demo 2 – Implementing Path Control Using Offset-Lists 00:03:00
Demo 3 – Verify Offset-Lists 00:01:00
Implementing Path Control using IOS IP SLAs 00:10:00
Demo 1 – Cisco IOS IP SLAs 00:01:00
Demo 2 – IP SLAs Applications 00:00:00
Demo 3 – Operations – Responders and Sources 00:01:00
Demo 4 – IP SLAs Operations 00:01:00
Demo 5 – Steps to Deploying IP SLAs 00:01:00
Demo 6 – IP SLA – ICMP ECHO and ICMP ECHO Sub Commands 00:04:00
Demo 7 – IP SLA Schedules 00:05:00
Define Tracking Objects to Track the State of IP SLAs Operations 00:02:00
Demo 9 – Configuring Track Delay 00:01:00
Demo 10 – Configure a Static Route for IP SLAs Tracking 00:03:00
Demo 11 – Verify IP SLAs using Method 1 00:02:00
Demo 12 – Verify IP SLAs using Method 2 00:02:00
Implement Path Control using Policy-Based Routing 00:09:00
Demo 1 – Implement Path Control using Policy-Based Routing 00:01:00
Demo 2 – Configure PBR 00:01:00
Demo 3 – Logical PBR Operation 00:01:00
Demo 4 – Route-Map Commands for PBR 00:03:00
Demo 5 – Match Statements and Conditions 00:03:00
Demo 6 – Match Commands Used in PBR 00:01:00
Demo 7 – Specify Criteria to be Matched using Prefix Lists of ACLs 00:01:00
Demo 8 – Specify Criteria to be Matched by Packet Length 00:01:00
Demo 9 – Modify Matching Conditions using Set Statements 00:01:00
Demo 10 – Set Conditions 00:03:00
ROUTE Course 5 Topic D – Demo 11 – Set Commands used in PBR 00:02:00
Demo 12 – Specify the Next Hop IP Address for Matching Packets 00:01:00
Demo 13 – Specify Interfaces Through which Packets Can be Routed 00:01:00
Demo 14 – Specify a List of Default Next-Hop IP Addresses 00:02:00
Demo 15 – Specify a List of Default Interfaces 00:02:00
Demo 16 – Mark Packets Using the IP ToS Field 00:02:00
Demo 17 – Set the 3 IP Precedence Bits in the IP Packet Header 00:01:00
Demo 18 – Set IP Precedence Parameters 00:02:00
Demo 19 – Identify a Route Map to Use for Policy Routing on an Interface 00:01:00
Demo 20 – Various Methods to Verify PBR 00:02:00
Advanced Path Control Tools 00:02:00
Implementing a Border Gateway Protocol Solution for ISP Connectivity
BGP Terminology, Concepts, and Operation 00:20:00
Demo 1 – EGP and IGP 00:01:00
Demo 2 – AS 00:02:00
Demo 3 – IANA 00:01:00
Demo 4 – RIRs 00:02:00
Demo 5 – AS Numbers 00:03:00
Demo 6 – Facts about BGP 00:03:00
Demo 7 – BGP Neighbors 00:03:00
Demo 8 – BGP Operational Overview 00:02:00
Demo 9 – BGP Use between ASs 00:01:00
Demo 10 – BGP and IGPs 00:01:00
Demo 11 – Connecting Enterprise Networks to Internet Service P 00:02:00
Configuring BGP 00:12:00
Demo 1 – Questions for Deploying Routing and Connection 00:02:00
Demo 2 – Public IP Address Space 00:02:00
Demo 3 – Configure Static Routes 00:02:00
Demo 4 – Configure the Default Local Preference 00:01:00
Demo 5 – Define BGP as the IP Routing Protocol 00:03:00
Demo 6 – Router BGP Command Parameters 00:01:00
Demo 7 – Identify Peer Router to Establish a BGP Session 00:02:00
Demo 8 – Create a Peer Group 00:02:00
Demo 9 – Assign Neighbors as Part of the Peer Group 00:02:00
Demo 10 – Disable an Existing BGP Neighbor or Peer Group Relat 00:02:00
Demo 11 – Establish the IBGP Session Using a Loopback Interfac 00:02:00
Demo 12 – IBGP Source IP 00:03:00
Demo 13 – Increase the TTL for EBGP Connections 00:03:00
Demo 14 – Configure the Router as the Next Hop for a BGP Speak 00:02:00
Verifying and Troubleshooting BGP 00:01:00
Basic BGP Path Manipulation Using Route Maps 00:05:00
Filtering BGP Routing Updates 00:02:00
Implementing Routing Facilities for Branch Offices and Mobile Workers
Planning the Branch Office Implementation 00:15:00
Demo 1 – NAT 00:09:00
Planning for Mobile Worker Implementations 00:03:00
Routing Traffic to the Mobile Worker 00:02:00
Implementing IPv6 in the Enterprise Network
Introducing IPv6 00:07:00
Configuring and Verifying IPv6 Unicast Addresses 00:06:00
Routing IPv6 Traffic 00:01:00
Configuring Static Routing 00:04:00
Configuring OSPFv3 00:07:00
Demo 1 – OSPFv3 00:22:00
Configuring EIGRP for IPv6 00:03:00
Demo 1 – EIGRP for IPv6 00:18:00
Multiprotocol BGP (MP-BGP) 00:03:00
Mock Exam
Mock Exam – Cisco CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Routing (Route) v2.0 Online Training Course 00:20:00
Final Exam
Final Exam – Cisco CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Routing (Route) v2.0 Online Training Course 00:20:00

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