CCNP - Cisco Certified Network Professional

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) is an intermediate-level certification in the Cisco certified professional program. This certification is aimed at full-time network or system administrators, or those who work with local and/or wide-area network (LAN/WAN) infrastructure.

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CCNA/CCNP Training Outline

Networking concepts

 Components of network – router, switch, hub, bridge etc

 Types of Network – LAN, MAN, WAN, VPN, PAN & Content Network

 Defining Network requirements – NIC- Ethernet (CSMA/CD)

 10/100/1000 mbps DUPLEX (Half/Full/Auto) – Connecting Media – Coax.

 10 base 2T – UTP/STP – CAT 1/2/3..

 Straight through/cross crimping (only details no practical)

 Fiber optics – Single/Multimedia

 100 Base TX/FX etc – wireless communication.

 Ethernet cabling Standard.

 Connecting Devices

 Repeater – Hub – Switch – Bridge – Topology – Bus/Star/Ring

OSI – Model

 7 Layers – Communication between the Layers (Encapsulation & De-encapsulation) –

PDU.

 Layer 2 – MAC/LLC – 802.3/802.2 (SAP/SNAP) /Ethernet II – Frames

 Broadcast/Collision domain – point of -Hub/Switch/Router

 L4 – 3way handshake – windowing – and about – Connectionless

 Packet size [64B (mini) to 1518B (Max)]

TCP/IP Model & Ipv4 Addressing

 All Layers of TCP/IP Compound with – OS

 Application Layer – TFTP/FTP/SMTP/TELNET/SNMP/DNS

 Transport Layer – TCP/UDP – TCP Segment Format

 3 way handshake/windowing – UDP segment Format

 Internet Layer

 IP datagram format – Protocol No. – TCP 6 – UDP 17

 ICMP – ARP – RARP

 Introduction to IP addressing – Class A/B/C/D/E

 Private IP address – First OCTET range etc.

Subnetting

 Default Subnet Mask

 Class C Subnetting & Practice no. given

 Class B Subnetting & problems

 Class A Subnetting & problems

Introduction to IPV6

 Introduction

 Host Address Assignment

 Unicast, Multicast and other Special ipV6 Addresses

 Configuring ipV6 Routing and Routing Protocols

 Translations between ipV4 and ipV6

 Summary

Basic of Router & Configuration

 Selection of Router & Cabling a Route

o When Router used – LAN with WAN connect – to connect networks of

different IP

o Different interface of Router – AUI /S0/S1/AUX – console / BRI etc.

o Cables used in different interfaces/purpose of interfaces.

o WAN interface cable – EIA/TIA – 232/449/530 – V.35 – X.21

o Different CISCO series – modular/fixed – 10mbps/100 etc

o Straight through between DTE & DCE

Different modes of operation & basic commands

 Internal Components:

o ROM – POST – BSL – ROM-MONITOR PRG – MINIIOS

o Different interface of Router – AUI /S0/S1/AUX – console / BRI etc.

o DRAM -Running Config

o NVRAM – Startup Config

o Flash MEM – IOS

 Different Modes:

o ROM Monitor – Reboot Mode – Setup – Exec Model

 Exec Mode

o User -Privilege – Global – Sub-configuration mode

o Syntax/command to switch between modes

o Assigning IP address for -E0-S0-S1

o Enabling/disabling – console/privilege / vty password

o Mold – command

o Show Config / start / run / version / flash

 Basic commands practice

o Changing between modes – (user-privilege- Global-etc)

o IP address configuration-E0-S0-S1

o Password – enabling – encrypting it

o Practice – motd – show commands – editing commands

o Assigning host name (for Router)

 Advanced Commands

o Register value – X2102 – boot field value/purpose ROM monitor made –

password breaking 8th/6th/13th bit of register value importance

Boot system flash/network/ROM – config-register (Changing register value) –

etc command purpose Booting sequence – Backup & Recovery – CDP

o Practice an above commands as well as following

o Telnet – [ctrl+shift+6]x – disconnect – sh users /Sessions

o Clear lines resume – [hostname resolving in telnet domain Enabling/disabling

etc – no practical for this alone]

o Overview of Cisco SDM (Security Device Manager)

IP Routing

 IP Routing, Static Routing & Default Routing

o IP routing – static routing – default- dynamic routing.

o Providing clock rate to up the link after identifying DCE by “Sh controllers”

command.

o Commands/syntax – Static/default routing

 Static Routing & Default Routing

o Practical-session for Static & default routing

 Dynamic Routing and RIP

o Dynamic Routing – IGP & EGP.

o IGP – RIP-OSPF – EGRP – EIGRP

o Classes of Routing Protocol – Distance vector – Link State – Balanced hybrid

o Role of Routing Protocol – builds/updates/selects & Routes the packet

o Soluting for Routing loops – Max. loop count – split horizon – Route poison

Reverse – Hold down Timer

o Features of RIP – distance vector algorithm – RIP V1/V2 – load sharing – metric

(depends – loop count)

o Metric value depends – loop count – Ticks – delay – Reliability – cost – MTU –

Bandwidth

o Command – Router RIP Network

o Sh IP route

o Timer value for RIP– Update/Invalid/ hold down/flush Timer

 RIP

o Dynamic Routing – RIP Practical

 Dynamic Routing EIGRP & OSPF

o Limitations of distance vector algorithm

o Features of EIGRP and its operations

o Configuring EIGRP – “Auto-redistribution”

o Verify and troubleshooting EIGRP

o Features of OSPF and its operation

o Selection of DR and BDR election

o Configuring single area OSPF

o Verify and troubleshoot OSPF

Access List

o Purpose/advantage of Access-list

o IP [-for a host – for a network/sub network].

o Std IP access-list – wild card calculation

o Extd IP access list

o Switch port ACL,.

o Step involved in creating access list

o Applying access list at the interface – (inbound/outbound)

o Named access-list for IP

o Access-list in Telnet sessiont

 IP standard Access List

o Practical on

o IP Std access-list

 IP Extended Access List

o IP Extd access-list, named access lists

 NAT

o Implement, Verify & Troubleshoot NAT

 Explain the Basic Operation Of NAT

 Using (including CLI/SDM)

 Practicals on Static NAT, Dynamic NAT and PAT

 Troubleshoot NAT issues

 WAN Technologies

o WAN Technologies- Leased Line

 Leased line

 P to P communication

 HDLC & PPP protocol-features

 Enabling HDLC & PPP

o PPP Link

 PPP layer & its explanation/role

 PAP/CHAP role

 Configuring PAP/CHAP using commands

o VPN

 Describe VPN technology

 Importance Of VPN

 Benefits & Role

 Impact & Components

o Frame-Relay

 Packet Switched Network

 Virtual circuit – DLCI – Access-link – CRI – FECN – BECN – LMI

 Enabling Frame-relayFor

Inverse ARP

 Configuring frame-relay for

 Mesh Network

 Star Network

 Combination of above two

 Switching

o Switching Operation and Configuration

 Function –add-learning / Forward-filters the Frame / loop avoidance

 Redundant path and its problems

 Spanning Tree Protocol – purpose – its different state

(blocking/listening/learning/forwarding)

 Modes of operation of switch/Bridge

 Port duplexing

 Switch & hub – half duplex

 Switch & Server – full duplex

 CISCO catalyst switch 1912 & 1924 interface details

 M/K/I modes

 Basic and advanced commands

 Enabling & configuring MAC address table

o VLAN Configuration

 VLAN – ISL – Trunking

 Enabling Trunking

 Assigning VLAN No. & name

 Configuring ports to a specific VLAN

 VTP purpose

 VTP domain

 VTP modes of operation

 Switching Technologies (including VTP , RSTP , PVSTP, 802.1q)

 Implement Basic Switch Security (including Port Security , Trunk

access .etc )

 Wireless LAN

o Wireless Intro & Operation

 Standards associated with Wireless Media (including WI-FI Alliance,

ITU/FCC)

 Ad-hoc mode, infrastructure mode

 SSID, BSS, ESS

 Basic Parameters to configure on a Wireless Network

 Wireless Security Feature’s (WEP, WPA 1 / 2 )

 Implementing Wireless Networks

CCNP – Route

CCNA Course Revision

 Routers & Switches

 Addressing

 Routing and its Importance

Introducing EIGRP

 EIGRP Capabilities and Attributes

 Underlying Processes and Technologies

 EIGRP Operation

 EIGRP Tables

 EIGRP Metric

 Calculating the EIGRP Metric

 Integrating the EIGRP and IGRP Routes

Implementing and Verifying EIGRP

 Configuring Basic EIGRP

 Using a Wildcard Mask in EIGRP

 Configuring the ip default-network Command

 ip default-network Command

 Verify EIGRP IP Routes

 EIGRP Configuration,Verify EIGRP IP Operations

Configuring Advanced EIGRP Options

 Route Summarization

 Configuring Manual Route Summarization

 Load Balancing Across Equal Paths

 Configuring Load Balancing Across Unequal-Cost Paths

 Variance

 EIGRP Bandwidth Use Across WAN Links

 Configuring EIGRP Bandwidth Use Across WAN Links

 WAN Configuration—Frame Relay Hub-and-Spoke Topology

 WAN Configuration–Hybrid Multipoint

Configuring EIGRP Authentication

 Router Authentication

 MD5 Authentication

 Configuring MD5 Authentication

 Verifying MD5 Authentication

 Troubleshooting MD5 Authentication

Using EIGRP in an Enterprise Network

 Scalability in Large Networks

 EIGRP Queries

EIGRP Stubs

 Limiting Updates and Queries: Using EIGRP Stub

 EIGRP stub Parameters

 SIA Connections

 Preventing SIA Connections

 Graceful Shutdown

Introducing the OSPF Protocol

 Link-State Routing Protocols

 OSPF Area Structure

 OSPF Adjacency Databases

 Calculating the OSPF Metric

 Link-State Data Structures

OSPF Packets

 OSPF Neighbor Adjacencies

 Exchanging and Synchronizing LSDBs

 Maintaining Network Routes

 Maintaining Link-State Sequence Numbers

 debug ip ospf packet

Configuring OSPF Routing

 Configuring Basic Single-Area and Multiarea OSPF

 Configuring OSPF on Internal Routers of a Single Area

 Configuring OSPF for Multiple Areas

 Configuring a Router ID

 Verifying the OSPF Router ID

 Verifying OSPF Operation

 The show ip route ospf Command

 The show ip ospf interface Command

 The show ip ospf neighbor Command

OSPF Network Types

 Introducing OSPF Network Types

 Adjacency Behavior for a Point-to-Point Link

 Adjacency Behavior for a Broadcast Network Link

 Selecting the DR and BDR

 Adjacency Behavior for an NBMA Network

 OSPF over Frame Relay Configuration Options

 Sample Configuration of a Router Using OSPF Broadcast Mode

 OSPF over Frame Relay NBMA Configuration

 neighbor CommandFo

OSPF over Frame Relay Point-to-Multipoint Configuration

 Point-to-Multipoint Configuration

 Using Subinterfaces in OSPF over Frame Relay Configuration

 Point-to-Point Sub interface

 Multipoint Sub interface

 OSPF over NBMA Topology Summary

 Tracking OSPF Adjacencies

Link-State Advertisements

 OSPF Router Types

 OSPF Hierarchical Routing

 OSPF Virtual Links

 OSPF Virtual Link Configuration

 show ip ospf virtual-links Command

 OSPF LSA Types

 Type 1

 Type 2

 Types 3 and 4

 Type 5

 Type 6

 Type 7

 Type 8

 Types 9, 10, and 11

 LSA Type 4—Summary LSA

 Interpreting the OSPF LSDB and Routing Table

 Interpreting the OSPF Database

 Configuring OSPF LSDB Overload Protection

 Changing the Cost Metric

OSPF Route Summarization

 OSPF Route Summarization

 Using Route Summarization

 Configuring OSPF Route Summarization

 Route Summarization Configuration at ABR

 Route Summarization Configuration at ASBR

 Benefits of a Default Route in OSPF

 Default Routes in OSPF

 Configuring a Default Route in OSPF

 Default Route Configuration

Configuring OSPF Special Area Types

Configuring OSPF Area Types

 Configuring Stub Areas

 Configuring Totally Stubby Areas

 Interpreting Routing Tables

 Routing Table in a Standard Area

 Routing Table in a Stub Area

 Routing Table in a Stub Area with Summarization

 Routing Table in a Totally Stubby Area

 Configuring NSSAs

Configuring OSPF Authentication

 Types of Authentication

 Configuring Simple Password Authentication

 Troubleshooting Simple Password Authentication

 Configuring MD5 Authentication

 Verifying MD5 Authentication

 Troubleshooting MD5 Authentication

Operating a Network Using Multiple IP Routing Protocols

 Using Multiple IP Routing Protocols

 Defining Route Redistribution

 Using Seed Metrics

Configuring and Verifying Route Redistribution

 Configuring Redistribution

 Redistributing Routes into RIP

 Redistributing Routes into OSPF

 Redistributing Routes into EIGRP

 Redistributing Routes into IS-IS

 Verifying Route Redistribution

Controlling Routing Update Traffic

 Configuring a Passive Interface

 Configuring Route Filtering Using Distribute Lists

 Implementing the Distribute List

 Defining Route Maps

 Using route-map Commands

 Implementing Route Maps with Redistribution

 Defining Administrative Distance

 Modifying Administrative Distance

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)

 Describing the Purpose of DHCPFor More Details Call +91-996 252 8293 / 94

Understanding the Function of DHCP

 Configuring DHCP

 Configuring the DHCP Client

 Explaining the IP Helper Address

 Configuring DHCP Relay Services

Explaining BGP Concepts and Terminology

 Using BGP in an Enterprise Network

 BGP Multihoming Options

 BGP Routing Between Autonomous Systems

 BGP Is Used Between Autonomous Systems

 AS Numbers

 Comparison with IGPs

 Path-Vector Functionality

 Features of BGP

 BGP Message Types

Explaining EBGP and IBGP

 BGP Neighbor Relationships

 Establishing EBGP Neighbor Relationships

 Establishing IBGP Neighbor Relationships

 IBGP on All Routers in Transit Path

 IBGP in a Transit AS

 IBGP in a Nontransit AS

 TCP and Full Mesh

Configuring Basic BGP Operations

 Initiate Basic BGP Configuration

 Activate a BGP Session

 The BGP neighbor Command

 Shutting Down a BGP Neighbor

 BGP Configuration Considerations

 Identifying BGP Neighbor States

 Authenticating in BGP

 Troubleshooting BGP

Selecting a BGP Path

 Characteristics of BGP Attributes

 AS Path Attribute

 Next-Hop Attribute

 Origin Attribute

 Local Preference Attribute

MED Attribute

 Weight Attribute

 Determining the BGP Path Selection

 Selecting a BGP Path

 Path Selection with Multihomed Connection

Using Route Maps to Manipulate Basic BGP Paths

 Setting Local Preference with Route Maps

 Setting the MED with Route Maps

 Implementing BGP in an Enterprise Network

Implementing IPv6

 Introduction to IPv6

 Describing IPv6 Features

Defining IPv6 Addressing

 Describing IPv6 Addressing Architecture

 Defining Address Representation

 IPv6 Address Types

 Multiple ISPs and LANs with Multiple Routers