200-125 CCNA Ver 3.0 (NEW Syllabus)

No prerequisites exam
Duration: 80hrs
Exam Description: The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching composite exam (200-125) is a CCNA Routing and Switching certification. This exam tests a candidate's knowledge and skills related to network fundamentals, LAN switching technologies, IPv4 and IPv6 routing technologies, WAN technologies, infrastructure services, infrastructure security, and infrastructure management.

Details:

Weekadays Classes 2hr /day (Syllabus Complete aprox. 2 & half month)

Weekaend Classes 3hr /Sat-Sun (Syllabus Complete aprox. 3 )

Syllabus

200-125 CCNA Ver 3.0 (NEW Syllabus)

Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv4 Addressing
• IP address
• Version of IP Address
• Characteristics of IPV4
• Classification of IPV4
• Public IP Address
• Private IP Address
• Network Mask
• Role of Network mask in IP Addressing
• Default Mask of Classful IP Address
• IP Address is combination of Network bits & Host bits
• Network ID or Network Address
• Broadcast ID or Broadcast Address
• ANDing Process
• No. of Network ID’s & Valid IP Address in Class A, Class B, Class C
• Design & Implementation of Network Scenario with Classful Network

IPV4 Saving Techniques
   • Subnetting
   • VLSM 
   • NAT 
   • PAT

Subnetting & its advantages
• How to proceed for Subnetting
• Design & Implementation of Network Scenario with subnet.
• VLSM & its advantages.
• Summarization & how to calculate Summary address
• Supernetting & how to calculate Supernet Address
• Difference between Supernetting, Summarization, Subnet ID, Sub-Subnet ID

Tips & Tricks
» Network Address, Broadcast Address
» First Valid IP address,
» Last valid IP address,
» Valid range of IP address,
» Subnet mask,
» Block size,
» Next Network Address

Compare and Contrast IPv4 address types
   • Unicast
   • Broadcast
   • Multicast
Describe the need for private IPv4 addressing

Configure and verify initial device configuration
General port diagram of Cisco Routers
Cable & Connection.
Connectivity diagram of Cisco Routers with Network Devices

Describe the boot process of Cisco IOS routers
   • POST
   • Booting Process of Routers    
 Boot preferences  
   • Cisco IOS image(s)

How to access Cisco Router Console
Basic Management mode & Commands of Cisco Router
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot basic device hardening
Local authentication
Secure password
Access to device
• Source address
• Telnet/SSH
• Login banner

LAB:
1. Configure and verify utilizing the CLI to set basic Router configuration
2. Cisco IOS commands to perform basic router setup
3. Configure and verify operation status of a device interface, both serial and ethernet
4. Verify router configuration and network connectivity

Troubleshooting:
Basic & Advance commands
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot

IPv4 Static Routing
Basic Routing Concept
Routed & Routing Protocols
Types of Routing & Protocols.
Static Routing
    • Static Route
    • Default route
    • Host route
    • Float route

LAB:
1. Configure and verify Static Route
2. Configure and verify Default Route
3. Configure and verify Float Route
4. Configure and verify Host Route

Troubleshooting:
Troubleshoot and Resolve routing issues
» Routing is enabled
» Routing table is correct
» Correct path selection
» Verify Interface status and protocols
» Verify NID
» Verify Mask
» Verify AD
» Verify Next Hop

Brief Discussion on below mentioned Command in LAB 
# show ip interface brief
# show protocols
# show running-config
# show startup-config
# show ip route
# show ip route connected
# show ip route static
# Traceroute
# Ping

Static Vs Dynamic Protocol
Compare and contrast static routing and dynamic routing.
Compare and contrast distance vector and link state routing protocols.
Compare and contrast interior and exterior routing protocols.

OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) 
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot single area and multi-area OSPFv2 for IPv4
OSPF Terminology
Link-states Advertisement
Router ID & its selection.
Loopback Interface & Loopback Address
Hello Timer & Dead Timer
Concept of Area in OSPF & its Advantages
Backbone area
Types of Area’s in OSPF
OSPF router interface Priority
DR & BDR Concept
Process ID
Concept of Wild Card Mask
ABR & ASBR
Passive Interface
AD & Metric
Neighbor adjacency components
OSPF router states
OSPF LSA Types
Discuss OSPF single & multi area
Type of Tables in OSPF
    • Neighbor Table
    • Topology Table
    • Routing Table
Types of OSPF Network Topologies 
    • Point-to-Point
    • BMA
    • NBMA

LAB:
1. Configure and verify ospfv2 single area
2. Configure and verify ospfv2 multi area
3. Configure and verify Redistribution with non-ospf
4. Stop unwanted Traffic on LAN segment (using passive-interface.)
5. Verify ospf metric calculation.
6. Modify OSPF Parameter.

Troubleshooting: 
Troubleshoot and Resolve routing issues
• Verify Interface status and protocols
• Verify NID Under OSPF Process
• Routing is enabled
• Routing table is correct
• Correct path selection

Troubleshoot and Resolve OSPF Problems 
• Neighbor adjancies
• Hello & dead timer.
• OSPF area
• Network type
• Passive interface
• Wild card mask incorrect
• Neighbor states

Brief Discussion on below mentioned Command in LAB 
# show ip interface brief
# show protocols
# show running-config
# show ip route
# show ip route connected
# show ip route ospf
#show ip ospf neighbor
#show interface
#show ip ospf interface
#show ip ospf database
#debug ip packet
#debug ip icmp
# traceroute
# ping

EIGRP
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP for IPv4
Characteristics of EIGRP
Dual & its components
Successors /Feasible Successors /reported distance/Feasible Distance
Feasibility condition
Metric composition
Auto summary & no auto summary
Multicast address of Eigrp
Hello & Hold timer
Variance factor
Path selection
AD’’s of Eigrp
Passive interface
Wild card mask
Load balancing
 » Equal
 » Unequal
Types of Eigrp tables.
 » Neighbor Table
 » Topology Table
 » Routing Table
Neighbor adjacency Parameter 
 » Hello
 » ASN
 » METRIC WEIGHT

LAB: 
1. Configure and verify EIGRP
2. Configure and verify Redistribution with non-eigrp
3. Configure and verify load share via “variance factor”
4. Stop unwanted Traffic on LAN segment (using passive-interface.)
5. Modify EIGRP Parameter.

Troubleshooting: 
Troubleshoot and Resolve routing issues 
» Verify Interface status and protocols
» Verify NID Under EIGRP Process
» Routing is enabled
» Routing table is correct
» Correct path selection

Troubleshoot and Resolve EIGRP problems
• Neighbor adjancies
• AS number
• Load balancing
• Split horizon
• Passive interface
• Variance factor
• Wild card mask incorrect

Brief Discussion on below mentioned Command in LAB 
# show ip interface brief
# show protocols
# show running-config
# show ip route
# show ip route connected
# show ip route eigrp
#show ip eigrp neighbour
#show ip eigrp topology
#debug ip packet
#debug ip icmp
# traceroute
# ping

RIP (Routing Information Protocol)
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot RIPv2 for IPv4
» Formation of routing table in DVRP
» Types of timers to create and maintain Routing table
 » How loop was formed rapidly when Loop eliminated techniques were not developed
Loop eliminate technique and how it works
1) Hop count
2) Split Horizon
3) Route Poison
4) Poison reverse
» How to provide fast conversion in DVRP
 » How to prevent bad metrics in DVRP. 
» Characteristics of Rip
 » Difference between RIPv1 and RIPv2

LAB:
1. Configure and verify RIPv2
2. Configure and verify Redistribution with non-rip
3. Stop unwanted Traffic on LAN segment (using passive-interface.)

BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)
Configure and verify single-homed branch connectivity using eBGP IPv4 (limited to peering and route advertisement using Network command only)
Introduction to BGP 
» When to use BGP
» When not to use BGP
» Types of BGP Peering
» Three main reason why BGP Peering fails
» BGP Tables
» BGP Network Advertisement

LAB:
1. Configure & Verify IBGP Peering.
2. Configure & Verify EBGP Peering.
3. Configure & Verify BGP Network Advertisement 

Routing Technologies
Describe the routing concepts
Packet handling along the path through a network
Forwarding decision based on route lookup
Frame rewrite
Interpret the components of a routing table
Prefix
Network mask
Next hop
Routing protocol code
Administrative distance
Metric
Gateway of last resort
Describe how a routing table is populated by different routing information sources
Admin distance
Troubleshoot basic Layer 3 end-to-end connectivity issues
Infrastructure Management 6hrs
Configure and verify device-monitoring protocols 
• Syslog
Configure and verify device management 
• Backup and restore device configuration
• Using Cisco Discovery Protocol
• Logging
• Loopback
• Resolving hostname

Configure and verify NTP operating in a client/server mode.

Perform device maintenance
   Cisco IOS upgrades and recovery (TFTP)
   Password recovery and configuration register
   Ping and traceroute with extended option
   Terminal monitor
   Telnet
   Checking telnet connection, users
   Suspended key
Infrastructure Services
 Configure and verify DHCP on a router (excluding static reservations)
   DHCP Server
   Relay
   Client DNS, and gateway
Troubleshoot client- and router-based DHCP connectivity issues

LAB:
1. Verify CDP to find out information of directly connected Cisco devices
2. Disable CDP on router and interface
3. Modify CDP Timers.
4. Configure and verify of Advance Telnet feature.
5. Configure & Verify HOST Resolving.
6. Backup of IOS File
7. Backup of Configuration File.
8. Restoring of IOS File
9. Restoring of Configuration File.
10. Cisco router Password recovery & Recovery of NVRM File.
11. Configure and verify DHCP Features.

IPv4 Packet Filtering via RACL
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv4 access list for traffic filtering (Standard, Extended Named )
Describe the types, features, and applications of ACLs
    Editing
    Extended
    Named
    Numbered
Inbound & Outbound ACL
Drawback of Standard & Extended ACL
How to overcome Drawback of Standard &Extended ACL
ACL Implementation Rules

LAB: 
1. Configure and verify Numbered Standard
2. Configure and verify Named Standard ACL
3. Configure and verify Numbered Extended
4. Configure and verify Named Extended ACL

WAN Technologies
Configure and verify PPP and MLPPP on WAN interfaces using local authentication
Configure, verify and troubleshoot GRE tunnel connectivity
Describe WAN topology options
     Point-to-point
     Hub and spoke
     Full mesh
Describe WAN access connectivity options
    • MPLS
    • VPN
NAT (Network Address Translation)
     • Static
     • Pool
     • PAT

LAB:
1 Configure and verify PPP Authentication
2. Configure and verify GRE Tunnel.
3. Configure and verify Static NAT
4. Configure and verify Dynamic NAT
5. Configure and verify PAT

Troubleshooting:
Troubleshoot and Resolve WAN implementation issues
     • Serial interfaces
     • PPP
     • IP Pool

LAN Switching Technology
Collision Domain
Broadcast Domain
Bridges and Hubs
Bridge & its Function
» Flooding/Forwarding/Filtering
Describe and verify switching concepts 
MAC learning and aging
Frame switching
Frame flooding
MAC address table
Interpret Ethernet frame format
Troubleshoot interface and cable issues (duplex, speed)
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs (normal/extended range) spanning multiple switches
VLAN & its Advantage
» Network segmentation
» Security
» Enhanced performance
How to Create VLAN 
     • Data Vlan
     • Voice Vlan

Types of VLAN membership
Access port & Access link
Default VLAN or Native Vlan
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot inters witch connectivity
Trunk port & Trunk link
How to form trunk & its requirements
Trunking Protocols ISL & dot1q
Add and remove VLANs on a trunk
DTP
VTP & its need
VTP implementation requirement
VTP operational modes
     • Server
     • Clients
     • Transport

Configure, verify, and troubleshoot STP protocols
STP (Spanning Tree Protocol)
Convergence Components
» lowest Bridge ID
» lowest RPC
» lowest Sender BID
» lowest Sender Port ID
STP Convergence Steps:
» Election of Root Bridge.
» Election of Root Port.
» Election of Designated Port
Drawback of STP
STP advance Feature
     • Uplinkfast
     • Portfast
     • Backbonefast

Spanning Tree Mode
STP mode (PVST+ and RPVST+)
STP root bridge selection
Configure, verify and troubleshoot STP related optional features
     PortFast
     BPDU guard
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot (Layer 2/Layer 3) EtherChannel
EtherChannel Protocl
LACP
PAGP
LACP Operational Mode
PAGP Operational Mode
EtherChannel Load Balance
Infrastructure Security
Configure, verify, and troubleshoot port security
• Static
• Dynamic
• Sticky
• Max MAC addresses
• Violation actions
• Err-disable recovery

Describe common access layer threat mitigation techniques
• 802.1x
• Nondefault native VLAN
• DHCP snooping

Recognize High availability (FHRP) 
• VRRP
• HSRP
• GLBP

Port Mirroring
Local SPAN
LAB:
1. Configure and verify initial switch configuration
2. Verify CAM Table.
3. Configure and verify remote access management of switch
4. Verify network status and switch operation using basic utilities such as ping,
Telnet and SSH.
5. Configure and verify Data & Voice Vlan
6. Configure and verify Add and remove VLANs on a trunk
7. Configure and verify VTP operational modes
8. Configure and verify inter-vlan routing (Router on a stick)
9. Configure SVI interfaces
10. Configure and verify STP operation
11.Configure and verify PVSTP operation
12.Configure and verify portfast & BPDU guard operation
13.Configure and verify Ether-Channel with LACP
14.Configure and verify Ether-Channel with PAGP
15.Configure and verify Port-Security Features
16.Configure & Verify HSRP. (Priority & preempt)

Troubleshooting:
Troubleshoot and Resolve interVLAN routing problems
» Connectivity
» Encapsulation
» Subnet
» Native VLAN
Port mode trunk status
Troubleshoot etherchannel problems
Troubleshoot and correct common problems associated with IP addressing and-
-host configurations.
Troubleshoot and Resolve VLAN problems
» Identify that VLANs are configured
» port membership correct
» IP address configured
Troubleshoot and Resolve trunking problems on Cisco switches
» Correct trunk states
» Correct encapsulation configured
» Correct vlans allowed
Troubleshoot and Resolve Spanning Tree operation issues
» Root switch
» Priority
» Mode is correct
» Port states

IPv6
Introduction of IPv6
Need of IPv6
IPv6 addressing
» Link Local address
» Site local address
» Global Unicast Address
» Multicast Address
» eui 64
» autoconfiguration
IPv6 packet type
» Unicast
» Multicast
» Anycast
IPv4 to IPv6 Migration
» Dual stack
» 6 to4 tunnelling
» NATP (Network address translation protocol)
Different way to represent Ipv6
IPv6 supporting protocols 
RIPng
Ospf v3
Eigrp v6

LAB:
1. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv6 Static Route
2. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv6 Default Route
3. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv6 Host Route
4. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot IPv6 Float Route
5. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP for IPv6 (excluding authentication, filtering, manual summarization, redistribution, stub)
6. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot single area and multi-area OSPFv3 for IPv6 (excluding authentication, filtering, manual summarization, redistribution, stub, virtuallink, and LSAs)

Network Fundamentals
OSI (Open System Interconnection) & TCP/IP
Introduction to OSI or Layered Structure model
Data encapsulation & De-encapsulation Process
PDU form of Data at each layer
Role of OSI layers
» Application
» Presentation
» Session
» Transport
» Network
» Data link
» Physical
Introduction of Protocols & Network Devices per layer
OSI peer to peer communication diagram
Compare and contrast OSI and TCP/IP models
Compare and contrast TCP and UDP protocols

CCNP Route

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching certification validates the ability to plan, implement, verify and troubleshoot local and wide-area enterprise networks and work collaboratively with specialists on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions. The CCNP Routing and Switching certification is appropriate for those with at least one year of networking experience who are ready to advance their skills and work independently on complex network solutions. Those who achieve CCNP Routing and Switching have demonstrated the skills required in enterprise roles such as network engineer, support engineer, systems engineer or network technician. The routing and switching protocol knowledge from this certification will provide a lasting foundation as these skills are equally relevant in the physical networks of today and the virtualized network functions of tomorrow.
CCNP Course Details:
Duration: 60-70hrs.

Syllabus

IPv4 Addressing

IPV4 ADDRESSING
» IP Address
» IP Addressing
» Version of IP Address
» Characteristics of IPV4
» Classification of IPV4 on the Basis of Management & Business
» Public & Private IP Address
» Network Mask
» Role Network mask in IP Addressing
» Default Mask of Classfull IP Address
» IP Address is combination of Network bits & Host bits
» Network ID or Network Address & Broadcast ID or Broadcast Address
» ANDing Process
» No. of Network & IP Address in Class A, Class B, Class C
» Reason to Exhaust IPV4
» IPV4 Saving Techniques (Subnetting, VLSM, NAT, PAT, ICS, IP Unnumbered)
» How to proceed for Subnetting & VLAM
» Tip & Trick to find out Network Address, Broadcast Address
» First Valid IP address, Last valid IP address & Valid range of IP address
» Design, Implementation & Troubleshooting IP addressing
» Difference between Supernetting & CIDR
» Difference between Supernetting & Summarization

BEST PATH SELECTION COMPONENTS

BEST PATH SELECTION COMPONENTS
» Factors on which best path depends
- Longest Match
- AD
- Metric
» AD & Metrics of Different Routing Protocols
» Selection procedure for best path

Configuring & Troubleshooting of STATIC ROUTING

Configuring & Troubleshooting of STATIC ROUTING
LABS
» Static Route
» Float Route
» Balance Route
» Default Route
» Summary Route
» Alternative Route
» Use of Name ,Permanent & TAG
» How to Routing Loop in case of Default routing.

Configuring & Troubleshooting of RIP

Configuring & Troubleshooting of RIP
» Introduction to Distance Vector
» Formation of routing table in DVRP
» Types of timers to create and maintain Routing table
» How loop was formed rapidly when Loop eliminated techniques were not developed
» Loop eliminate technique and how it works
1) Hop count2) Split Horizon3) Route Poison4) Poison reverse
» How to provide fast conversion in DVRP
» How to prevent bad metrics in DVRP .
» Characteristics of Rip
» Difference between RIPv1 and RIPv2

LABS
» Rip case study 1
» Rip case study 2
» Rip case study 3
» How to read database of Ripv1 & Ripv2.
» Load balance of unequal path with the help of ACL & offset-list.
» Route Filtering via ACL and Distribute-list (inbound and outbound direction)
» Route Filtering via Prefix-list and Distribute-list (inbound and outbound direction)
» Route Filtering via ACL, Prefix-list and Route-map during the Redistribution.
» Rip default route via Default information-originate command.
» Rip default route via network command.
» Use of default passive-interface command.
» How to convert broadcast and multicast behavior of rip into unicast update.
» How to manipulate Rip convergence timer, max-path, administrative distance.
» How to convert periodic update into triggered update.
» Rip update authentication with plain text and md5.
» Rip update authentication with dynamic keys.
» Rip auto and manual summarization.
» Rip over frame-relay.
» Ripv1 and ripv2 compatible or not.(4 Labs ).
» How to disable split-horizon.
» Rip doesn’t support CIDR
» Rip doesn’t support bandwidth.
» Rip redistribution with static
» Rip redistribution with OSPF
» Rip redistribution with Eigrp.

Configuring & Troubleshooting of EIGRP

Configuring & Troubleshooting of EIGRP
» EIGRP Capabilities and Attributes
» EIGRP Tables ( Neighbor Table, Topology Table, Routing Table )
» EIGRP Packets
» EIGRP Neighbor adjacency components
» DUAL
» Using a Wildcard Mask in EIGRP
» EIGRP Bandwidth Use Across WAN Links
» MD5 Authentication
» EIGRP Stub
» SIA Connections
» Preventing SIA Connections
» Graceful Shutdown

LABS
» Configuring EIGRP Single AS & Multi AS
» Filtering Routes in EIGRP via ACL & Distribute-list
» Redistributing Routes into EIGRP
» Redistributing Routes into EIGRP Using Route Maps
» EIGRP Default Route via network command
» EIGRP default Route via redistribution
» EIGRP default float route
» Disabling EIGRP on an Interface
» EIGRP Route Summarization (Manual & Auto)
» Adjusting EIGRP Metrics via Offset-List
» Adjusting Timers
» Enabling EIGRP Authentication
» Logging EIGRP Neighbor State Changes
» EIGRP Stub Routing (Connected, Summary, Static, Redistributed , Receive only )
» Calculating the EIGRP Metric
» Load Balancing Across Equal Paths
» Load Balancing Across Unequal-Cost Paths
» EIGRP over Frame-relay
» Unicast behavior of EIGRP
» Effect of RID on EIGRP external routes
» K-value mismatch solution
» EIGRP with dis-contiguous
» Traffic share via administrative distance

Configuring & Troubleshooting of OSPF

Configuring & Troubleshooting of OSPF
Ospf terminology
» Link-states Advertisement
» RID & its selection procedure
» Loopback Interface & Loopback Address
» Hello Timer ,Dead Timer & Wait Timer
» Concept of Area in OSPF & its Advantages
» Types of Area’s in OSPF
» Priority
» DR & BDR Concept & its selection process
» Process ID
» Concept of Wild Card Mask
» OSPF Router States ( Down, Init, Attempt, Two-Way, Ex-Start, Exchange, Loading, Full )
» OSPF Packet Types ( Hello, DBD, LSR, LSU, LSA )
» OSPF LSA Types ( LSA TPYE 1,2,3,4,5,7 )
» OSPF Area Types ( Normal, Transit, Stubby, Totally Stubby, NSSA , Totally NSSA )
» OSPF Router Types
» OSPF Network Type ( Point-to-point , BMA , NMBA )
» OSPF Metric Types
» OSPF Authentication Types ( Null, Plain, MD5 )
» Concept of Area & its Advantages
» Concept of Virtual Link
» NBMA RFC Compliant ( NBMA Default & Point-to-Multipoint )
» NBMA CISCO Proprietary
( Point-to-Multipoint non-broadcast, BMA, Sub-interface Point-to-point & Multipoint )
» Selection Procedure of DR & BDR
» OSPF Neighbor Adjacency components
» LSA Sequence Numbers and Maximum Age

LABS
» Ospf Single & Multi area
» ABR & ASBR
» Ospf cost calculation
» Unequal path load Balance
» Ospf metric types
» Ospf Summarization on ABR
» Ospf Summarization on ASBR
» Ospf Database i.e. LSA types
» DR & BDR
» Area 0 Discontiguous
» Ospf stubby & Totally stubby
» Ospf NSSA & Totally NSSA
» Virtual links
» Database not exchange (Duplicate RID )
» Ospf Authentication plain text
» Ospf authentication md5
» Ospf route filtering via ACL & distribute-list
» Ospf route filtering via prefix & distribute-list
» Ospf LSA filtering via prefix & filter-list
» Ospf route O vs OIA
» Ospf route OE1 vs OE2
» Ospf route O IA» vs ON2 »
» Permanent Ospf default route
» Multiple process ID on a single router
» Hello & dead mismatch
» Route feedback

OSPF OVER FRAME_RELAY

OSPF OVER FRAME_RELAY
» NBMA default
» Point-to-multipoint
» Point-to-multipoint non-broadcast
» Broadcast
» Sub-interface point-to-point

Sub-interface multipoint
» NBMA default
» Point-to-multipoint
» Point-to-multipoint non-broadcast
» Broadcast

Configuring & Troubleshooting of BGP

Configuring & Troubleshooting of BGP
» Introduction to BGP
» When to use BGP
» When not to use BGP
» Types of BGP Peering
» BGP Multihop
» BGP Update source Loopback
» Three main reason why BGP Peering fails
» Concept of Multihoming in BGP
» BGP States
» BGP Message Types
» BGP Tables
» BGP Network Advertisement
» BGP synchronization Rule
» BGP Split-horizon
» BGP Full Mesh
» BGP Route Reflector client
» Next-hop self in IBGP
» AS Path Prepend
» BGP Aggregation
» BGP Authentication
» Remove Private AS
» BGP Attributes
» BGP Route Selection Procedure

LABS
» Configuring IBGP & EBGP
» Using eBGP Multihop
» Adjusting the Next-Hop Attribute
» Adjusting Local Preference Values
» Removing Private ASNs from the AS Path
» Prepending ASNs to the AS Path
» Redistributing Routes with BGP
» Authenticating BGP
» Configuring WEIGHT
» Configuring MED
» Configuring BGP Route Reflector client
» Configuring BGP with Default Route
» Configuring BGP Route Filtering
» BGP Aggregation

IPV4 REDISTRIBUTIONS LAB

IPV4 REDISTRIBUTIONS LAB
IPV4 Redistribution and Controling Routing Update
» Concept of Standard & Named Standard ACL
» Concept of Extended & Named Extended ACL
» Concept of Prefix-list, Distribute-list, Offset-list
» Concept of Route-map with match & set
» Concept of NULL Interface
» Concept of LM, AD & Metric
» Seed metric, Default metric, Route feedback , Routing loop, Passive interface
» Classful & Classless network advertisement


RIP
» Implement Ripv2 on R1, R2 & R6
» Do not use Broadcast and multicast between R5 & R6
» Stop unnecessary update in Rip domain.
» R5 and R6 use key chain CCNP_ROUTE and key-string administrator choose any name of your choice.
» R5 will receive network 60.60.0.0 and 60.60.2.0 with 5 hop from R6.
» R6 will not receive network that directly connected to R1 loopback 0.


OSPF
» Implement OSPF as per diagram.
» R2 must be HUB for area 0 and R2 must be DR for area 27
» Do not use “ip ospf network “command in R1, R2 & R3.
» Create Virtual link between R2 & R7.
» Apply authentication between R2 & R3 in area 0.


EIGRP
» Implement EIGRP as per diagram.
» Apply authentication betweem R1 & R4, use key chain.
» R4 have only one neighbor in neighbor table as 150.93.48.8 in AS 20
» R9 must be receive all the routes from next hop 150.93.48.8
» Apply EIGRP summarization on R9.
» R4 will receive only summary routé 90.90.0.0/22 from 150.93.48.8

CCNP Route

REDISTRIBUTIONS
» Redistribution between OSPF and RIPV2
» Redistribution RIP into OSPF
» Directly connected network belongs to R6 must have constant matric in entire OSPF domain.
While network connected between R1 & R5 have commulative addition of the cost in entire OSPF domain.
» Redistribution OSPF into RIP such as network connected to R7 150.93.77.0 have metric 5 on R5 and
network 150.93.22.0 have metric 2 on R5.
» Normal redistribution between OSPF and EIGRP domain R4 and also normal redistribution EIGRP and
OSPF domain.
» R4 must receive 150.93.11.0 from 150.93.41.1 while 150.93.1.0 from 150.93.14.1

IPV6 Addressing

IPV6 Addressing
» Introduction of IPv6 ,
» Need of IPv6
» IPv6 addressing
1) Link Local address
2) Site local address
3) Global Unicast Address
4)Multicast Address
» IPv6 packet type
1) Unicast
2) Multicast
3) Anycast
» IPv4 to IPv6 Migration
1) Dual stack
2) Tunneling
3) NATP ( Network address translation protocol )
» Different way to represent Ipv6
» IPv6 allocation among Internet registry
» IPv6 supporting protocols

LABS
» Manually & Automatically Generating IPv6 Addresses for an Interface
» Dynamic Routing with RIPNG
» Dynamic Routing with OSPFv3
» Dynamic routing with EIGRPv6
» IPV6 static routing

Configuring & Troubleshooting DHCP, GRE, PBR

Configuring & Troubleshooting DHCP , GRE, PBR
» Understanding DHCP
» DHCP Message Types
» DHCP Roles
- Acting as a DHCP Server
- Acting as a DHCP Client
- Acting as a DHCP Relay
- VPN & its model
- Concept of PBR

LABS
» Configuring DHCP Server
» Configuring DHCP Relay
» Configuring DHCP Client
» Configuring GRE
» Configuring PBR

End Course

CCNP Switch

Syllabus

Basic Introduction

BASIC
1.Broadcast Domain
2.Collision Domain
3.Half Duplex
4.Full Duplex
5.Hub
6.CSMA/CD
7.Bridge Operational
- a)Flooding
- b)Filtering
- c)Forwarding
- d)Loop avoidance
8.Switch

VLAN

VLAN
9.Vlan & its Advantages
10.Concept of Native VLAN
11.Types of Vlan
- a)Reserved Vlan
- b)Normal Vlan
- c)Extended Vlan
12.How many Vlan we can create ?
13.Three way to configure Vlan
14.Types of Vlan membership
- a)Static
- b)Dynamic
15.Vlan verification
16.Invisible port in “show vlan brief”
17.Types of switchport mode
- a)Access
- b)Trunk
- c)Auto
- d)Desirable
18.Access-link & access-port
19.Trunk-link & Trunk-port
20.Communication between same vlan with the help of access-link
21.Communication between same vlan with the help of trunk-link
22.Requirement for trunk.
23.DTP [Dynamic Trunking Protocol]
24.How to stop DTP message
25.Trunking Protocolsa.Islb.Dot1q
26.VTP & its Advantages
27.Requirements for VTP
28.VTP Operational mode
- a.Server
- b.Client
- c.Transparent
29.VTP Version
30.VTP Domain Name
31.VTP Pruning
32.VTP Password
33.VTP Advertisement.
- a)Summary
- b)Sub-set
- c)Client Request
34.Supporting VLAN & existing VLAN
35.VTP Revision No.
36.Soft & Hard Pruning
37.VTP database Propagation scenario.
38.How to set VTP Revision No. Zero

STP

STP
39.STP & its Advantages.
40.Types of STP41.Standard STP 802.1D
42.STP Convergence Components
- a)Lowest BID
- b)Lowest root path cost
- c)Lowest sender BID
- d)Lowest sender port ID
43.STP Convergence step
- a.Election of root Bridge
- b.Election of root port on Non-root Bridge
- c.Election of Designated Port on Non-root Bridge
44.BPDU & Its Components
- a.BPDU Version
- b.Protocol ID
- c.Flag
- d.BID
- e.RID
- f.DP
- g.RPC
- h.Max Age Timer
- i.Forward Delay Timer
- j.BPDU hello timer.
45.Types of BPDU
- a.Configuration BPDU
- b.TCN BPDU
46.IEEE New Standard Speed Vs Cost table.
47.Switchport state table
48.STP Rules
49.TCN, TCNA, TC Flag
50.Drawback of Standard STP
- a.Direct link failure
- b.Indirect link failure
51.STP Advance Feature
- a.Uplink fast
- b.Backbone fast
- c.Port fast
- d.BPDU Guard
- e.Root Guard
- f.BPDU filter
- g.Loop Guard
- h.UDLD
52.Customized STP Parameters.
- a.Vlan port cost
- b.Vlan port priority
- c.Vlan max-age timer
- d.Vlan forward delay timer
- e.Vlan BPDU Hello Timer
53.STP Diameter
54.PVST+
55.STP Root Bridge Primary
56.STP Root Bridge secondary
57.STP load Balance per VLAN
58.Error disable
59.Error disable Recovery
60.Error disable Recovery interval

RSTP

RSTP
61.STP Vs RSTP Port States
62.RSTP Port Role
- a.Root port
- b.Designated port
- c.Alternative port
- d.Backup
63.RSTP Link Type
64.RSTP Flag
65.RSTP Port Negotation
- a.Proposal BPDU
- b.Synch
- c.Blockd.Aggrement
- e.Forwarding

MSTP

MSTP
66.Drawback of PVST+
67.Advantage of MSTP
68.MSTP BPDU
69.Region Name
70.Region number
71.InstanceEther Channel
72.Ether Channel & its Advantage
73.Three Types of Ether-Channel
- a.Access Ether-Channel
- b.L2 ether channel
- c.L3 Ether-Channel
74.Requirement of Ether-Channel
75.Ether-Channel protocols
76.Ether-Channel Protocol Oprational mode
77.Ether-Channel Configuration with PACP
78.Ether-Channel configuration with LACP
79.LACP system Priority
80.LACP port Priority
81.Ether-Channel Load Balance
82.Ether-Channel load Balance Technique

Redundancy Protocols ( HSRP, VRRP, GLBP)

HSRP
83.HSRP Introduction
84.HSRP port, protocol & multicast address
85.Types of HSRP Router86.HSRP Priority
87.HSRP Operational Mode
- a.Active & standby
- b.Active & Active
88.HSRP Preemption
89.HSRP hello & hold timer
90.HSRP group & HSRP MAC Address.
91.HSRP Tracking
92.HSRP Authentication

VRRP
93.VRRP Port, Protocol & multicast address
94.Types of VRRP Router
95.VRRP Priority.
96.VRRP Operation modea.Backupb.master
97.VRRP Timer
98.VRRP Group
99.VRRP Tracking
100.VRRP Authentication
101.Drawback of HSRP & VRRP

GLBP
102.GLBP Introductions
103.Port Priority
104.GLBP Group
105.Types of GLBP Routers
- a.AVG
- b.AVF
106.GLBP Hello & Hold timer
107.Critical issue of AVF
108.Redirect Timer
109.Timeout timer
110.GLBP load balance method

VLAN SECURITY

VLAN SECURITY
111.VACL
112.VLAN access-map
113.Action drop
114.Action forward
115.VLAN filter
116.VLAN Test Command

PRIVATE VLAN

PRIVATE VLAN
117.Primary vlan
118.Secondary vlan
- i.Isolated vlan
- ii.Community vlan
119.promicuas port
120.isolated port
121.community port

PORT SECURITY

PORT SECURITY
122.Port Security introduction
123.Port security Protection mode
» Shutdown
» Restricted
» Protected
124.Port Security with Mac Binding
125.Port Security with max-mac-add Binding
126.Port Security with Sticky
127.DHCP Snooping
128.DHCP Snooping Trust
129.DHCP Untrusted port
130.DHCP snooping Configuration
131.How to configure DHCP Router
132.Types of DHCP Packets
133.Port based Authentication
134.Dynamic Arp Inspection
135.Switch port Protected
136.Switch Port analyser

End Course

BGP

Syllabus

BGP Theory

BGP overview
AS & ASN
Types of ASN
Why we use BGP?
» Traffic flow in IGP
» Traffic Flow in BGP
When to use BGP
When no to use BGP
BGP limitation
BGP Tables
Types of BGP peer or speaker
Single homed
Multi homed
Transit AS
BGP neighbor discovery
Establishing a BGP session
How to configure IBGP & EBGP peer
When BGP peering fails
» Neighbor is reachable but TCP port 179 is blocked
» Neighbor not reachable
» Neighbor not configured
» ASN mismatched
BGP update source loopback
BGP multi-hopBGP authentication
BGP aggregation
BGP proxy aggregation
BGP next-hop-self
BGP classful network advertisement
BGP classless network advertisement
BGP Synchronization Rule

IBGP split horizon
BGP Message type
» Open Message
» Keep alive Message
» Update Message
» Notification Message

NLRI
BGP FSM(Finite-State-Machine)
» Idle, Connect , Active ,Open Sent ,Open Confirm ,Established

BGP Attributes
» Well-known Attributes
» Well-Known Mandatory
- Origin
- Next-hop
- AS-Path
» Well-Known Discretionary
- Local PreferenceA
- Atomic aggregate

» Optional Attributes
» Transitive Optional Attributes
- Aggregator
- Community
» Non Transitive Optional Attributes
- MED
- Originator ID
- Cluster-List

BGP Path attributes MAP
BGP Path Selection Process
AS path filteringPrefix-list Vs ACL
OUTBOUND Route filtering
Route-map with match & set statements
Hard & soft reset
Soft reconfiguration & route refresh
Soft reconfiguration & memory uses
Inbound & outbound soft reconfiguration
Next-hop attribute point-to-pointNext-hop attribute BMA
Next-hop attribute NBMA
BGP route selection with weight per neighbor
Weight with route-map
BGP local preference
Default local preferenceLocal preference with route map
Route selection with Local preference
Monitoring Local preference AS path-prepending
Return Path selection in multi As
Default return path
Proper return path
Monitoring As-Path prepending
BGP multi-exit Discriminator
Selecting the proper return path with MED
Default MED
Advance MED conceptMonitoring MED
BGP Communities
» Internet
» No-Export
» No-Advertise
» Local-AS
» None
How to define Own Community ?
BGP communities with route-map
Monitoring communities
Procedure for Own Community-list
Customer to provider connectivity with BGP
» Single permanent connection to the internet
» Multiple permanent connection provides redundancy
» Multiple permanent connection providing load sharing
» Multiple connection to multiple service provider
IP addressing requirement for single homed customer
IP address requirement for multi-homed customer
ASN allocation to single homed customer
ASN allocation to multi-homed customer
Removing private ASN Primary & Backup link selection
ASN Translation
BGP incoming traffic selection policy using own community list
Transit AS
Internal route propagation
Packet forwarding in an ASI
BGP split horizon
IBGP Full Mesh
Recursive lookup in Cisco IOS
IBGP required IGP
IBGP session with loopback
IBGP synchronization
Drawback of logical Full mesh
Introduction to Confederation
» Splitting a Transit AS with BGP confederation
» AS-Path propagation with in the BGP confederation
» Intra confederation IBGP session properties
» Monitoring confederation
Route-Reflector
» Router-Reflector
- Client
- Non-client

» Redundant Route-Reflector
- Originator ID
- Cluster ID

BGP Optimization
BGP convergence time reduction or improving
BGP convergence
» BGP routing process
BGP open
BGP input/output
BGP scanner
- High CPU due to BGP scanner process
BGP router
- High CPU due to BGP router process

Max path transmission unit discovery & monitoring
Increasing the input hold queue
- How to improve BGP input queue & its monitoring?
BGP scan time
- How to change scan time & its monitoring?
BGP Advertisement interval
- How to change BGP advertisement interval & its monitoring?

Limiting no. of prefix receive from a BGP neighbor (Maximum , threshold, Warning-only ,Restart)

Monitoring the BGP max-prefix function
BGP Peer Groups
» Peer group requirement
» Peer group as a BGP performance tool
» BGP peer group limitation
» Monitoring BGP peer group
BGP Route Dampening
BGP route dampening operation
BGP route Dampening components
» Flap
» History state
» Penalty
» Damp state
» Suppress limit
» Half-life
» Reuse-limit
»Max suppress limit

BGP Labs

BGP Peering
Sr No.
Name
Lab 1 IBGP session with directly connected router lies on same IP subnet.
Lab 2 IBGP session with directly connected router but neighbor adjacency with different IP subnet configured on loopback interface.
Lab 3 IBGP session with directly connected router but neighbor adjacency with different IP subnet configured other than loopback interface.
Lab 4 IBGP session when router is not directly connected.
Lab 5 EBGP session with directly connected router lies on same IP subnet.
Lab 6 EBGP session with directly connected router but neighbor adjacency with different IP subnet configured on loopback interface
Lab 7 EBGP session when router is not directly connected
BGP Network Advertisement
Lab 8 BGP network advertisement with no auto-summary using network statement
Lab 9 BGP network advertisement with auto-summary using network  statement.
Lab 10 BGP network advertisement with no auto-summary using redistribution.
Lab 11 BGP network advertisement with auto-summary
Destination NID is unreachable
Lab 12 Next hop inaccessible solution 1
Lab 13 Next hop inaccessible solution 2
Lab 14 Next hop inaccessible solution 3
Lab 15 Next hop inaccessible solution 4
Lab 16 BGP RIB Failfure
Lab 17 BGP Synchronization.
Lab 18 BGP authentication.
Lab 19 BGP router-id.
Redistributing BGP & IGP
Lab 20 Redistributing EBGP prefix into IGP.
Lab 21 Redistributing IBGP prefix into IGP
Lab 22 BGP redistribution with Connected
Lab 23 BGP redistribution with Static.
Lab 24 BGP redistribution with OSPF.
Lab 25 BGP redistribution EIGRP.
Administrative Distance
Lab 26 Modify the distance of all routes received from a particular Neighbor.
Lab 27 Modify the distance of a specific routes received from a  particular Neighbor.
Lab 28 Modify the distance of a external , internal & local route.
BGP Aggregation
Lab 29 BGP aggregation of local routes publish into BGP process via network command.
Lab 30 BGP aggregation of local routes redistributed into BGP process.
Lab 31 BGP aggregation of learned routes i.e. proxy aggregation.
Lab 32 BGP aggregation using static route.
Lab 33 BGP aggregation with "as-set".
Lab 34 BGP aggregation with "as-set" & advertise-map.
Lab 35 BGP aggregate with attribute map.
Lab 36 BGP aggregation with summary-only.
Lab 37 BGP aggregation with suppress map.
Lab 38 BGP aggregation with un-suppress map.
BGP Default Route
Lab 39 BGP default route for all neighbor via network command on R3.
Lab 40 BGP default route for all neighbor via redistribution along withdefault-information originate.
Lab 41 BGP default route for specific neighbor
Lab 42 BGP conditional default route with ACL & Route- map.
Lab 43 BGP conditional default route with prefix-list & route-map.
Lab 44 BGP default float route
ACL Vs Prefix-list
Lab 45 ACL Vs Prefix-list.
Lab 46 Advance prefix-list.
Weight
Lab 47 Configuring weight with neighbor statement
Lab 48 Configuring weight with ACL & Route-map for a specific Network prefix.
Lab 49 Configuring weight with prefix-list & Route-map for a specific Network prefix.
Lab 50 Configuring weight for routes originating from different AS with the help AS path list & Route-map.
Local Preference
Lab 51 BGP default local preference on R3.
Lab 52 Configuring Local Preference with ACL & Route-map for a specific Network prefix.
Lab 53 Configuring Local Preference with Prefix & Route-map for a specific Network refix.
Lab 54 Configuring local Preference for routes originating from different AS with the help AS path list & Route-map.
AS Path
Lab 55 Configuring AS-path prepending with ACL & Route-map for a specific Network prefix.
Lab 56 Configuring AS-path prepending with Prefix-list &  Route-map for a specific Network prefix.
Lab 57 Ignoring the AS-Path attribute during BGP best path selection on R2
Lab 58 Test loop prevention in EBGP.
Multi-Exit-Discriminator ( MED )
Lab 59 Configuring Default MED
Lab 60 Configuring MED with Prefix & Route-map for a specific Network prefix.
Lab 61 Configuring MED with ACL & Route-map for a specific specific Network prefix.
Lab 62 MED from different autonomous systems are normally not compared.
Lab 63 Use of "bgp best path med missing-as-worst"
Lab 64
Verification of BGP Path Selection
Lab 65 Verify Highest Weight path selection.
Lab 66  Verify Highest local preference path
Lab 67 Verify Local originated route path
Lab 68 Verify shortest AS path.
Lab 69 Verify lowest origin code path
Lab 70 Verify lowest MED path
Lab 71 Verify EBGP path over IBGP path.
Lab 72 Verify nearest IGP path in IBGP
Lab 73 Verify shortest cluster-list path
Lab 74 Verify oldest stable path in EBGP
Lab 75 Verify lowest RID path in IBGP
Lab 76 Verify lowest IP interface path in IBGP.
Lab 77  Verify lowest RID path in EBGP.
Lab 78 Verify lowest IP interface path in EBGP.
NEXT-Hop Verification
Lab 79 Next-hop will not change in IBGP.
Lab 80 Next-hop will change in EBGP (point-to-point ).
Lab 81 Next-hop will not change in EBGP ( BMA )
Lab 82 Next-hop will not change in EBGP ( NBMA )
Controlling Incoming & Outgoing Traffic
Lab 83 Outgoing path selection through weight attribute. 
Lab 84  Outgoing path selection through local preference. 
Lab 85 Incoming path selection through AS-path prepending.
Lab 86 Incoming path selection through MED.
Lab 87 Selection of desired outgoing & Incoming return path with the help of Local preference & AS-path prepending.
Route Filtering
Lab 89 Route filtering via ACL & Route-map.
Lab 90 Route filtering via prefix-list & Route-map.
Lab 91 Route filtering via ACL & distribute-list.
Lab 92
Lab 93 Route filtering via prefix-list.
Lab 94 Route filtering only odd prefixes.
Lab 95 Route filtering only even prefixes.
Lab 96 Route filtering with AS path filtering & regular expressions.
Controlling on advertise prefixes
Lab 97 Configuring BGP Community with no-export.
Lab 98 Configuring BGP Community with no-advertise.
Lab 99 Configuring BGP Community with local-as.
Lab 100 Configuring BGP Community with none.
Lab 101 Configuring BGP Community with additive.
Lab 102 Configuring Own Community-list.
BGP performance Tools
Lab 103 Test Black hole in IBGP
Lab 104 Configuring BGP Confederation.
Lab 105 Configuring Backup Route-reflector & test IBGP loop prevention via Originator ID & Cluster ID.
Lab 106 Controlling Incoming Prefixes.
Lab 107 Configuring Outbound Route Filtering
Lab 108 Configuring IBGP peer group
Lab 109 Configuring EBGP peer group.
Lab 110 Configuring BGP route dampening 
Lab 111 Configuring BGP route dampening with route-map.
Lab 112 Configuring BGP advertisement
Lab 113  Configuring BGP scan time.
Lab 114 Increasing BGP input hold queue.
Lab 115 Configuring soft reconfiguration Inbound & outbound.
Lab 116 Configuring BGP keepalive & holdtime under BGP Process.
Lab 117 Configuring BGP keepalive & holdtime with neighbor statement. 
BGP load sharing
Lab 118 Load Balance via IGP protocols.
Lab 119 Load balance via max-path option.
Lab 120 Outgoing Load distribute through weight attribute
Lab 121 Outgoing Load distribution through local preference.
Lab 122 Incoming load distribution through AS-path prepending.
Lab 123 Incoming load distribution through MED.
Lab 124 Load distribute with two ISP's via IP class filtering using ACL.
Lab 125 Load distribute with two ISP's via IP class filtering using Prefix-list. 
Redistributing BGP & IGP
Lab 126 Configuring BGP MAX Path
Lab 127 Configuring BGP Backdoor.
Lab 128 Advertize primary ISP link while suppress thesecondary
ISP 
Lab 129 Remove Private AS.
Lab 130
Lab 131 Neighbor disable connected check
Lab 132
Lab 133 BGP over GRE.
Lab 134
Lab 135 BGP conditional route injection.
Lab 136 BGP local as
Lab 137 BGP no-prepend.
Lab 138 BGP replace-as
Lab 139 BGP dual-as
Lab 140 BGP fast-external-fallover
Lab 141 BGP cluster-id.
Lab 142
Lab 143
Lab 144 BGP TTL security.
Lab 145 BGP allow as in
Lab 146 BGP log-neighbor changes
Lab 147 Administratively shutdown BGP session.
Lab 148 Modify BGP origin code.
= 148

End Course

MPLS

Syllabus

MPLS ( Multiprotocol Label Switching )

1: Single GRE tunnel
2: Dual GRE tunnel with different routing protocols in Customer sites.
3: Dual GRE tunnel with same routing protocols in Customer sites.
4: Uses of distribute-list for network prefix virtualization.
5: Dual GRE tunnel with same routing protocols in Customer site having overlapping IP subnet.
6: Configuring VRF & Troubleshooting of VRF
7: Check VRF table, ping, Traceroute, Telnet etc…
8: Configuring VRF Static
9: Configuring VRF RIP
10: Configuring VRF OSPF
11: Configuring VRF EIGRP
12: Configuring VRF BGP
13: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) Static Routing
14: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) RIP Routing
15: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) OSPF Routing
16: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) EIGRP Routing
17: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) BGP Routing
18: Redistributing static & RIP
19: Redistributing static & OSPF
20: Redistributing static & EIGRP
21: Redistributing static & BGP
22: Redistributing RIP & OSPF
23: Redistributing RIP & EIGRP
24: Redistributing RIP & BGP
25: Redistributing OSPF & EIGRP
26: Redistributing OSPF & BGP
27: Redistributing EIGRP & BGP
28: Configuring Basic MPLS
29: Controlling MPLS label distribution.
30: Configuring RD,Route target Import & Export.
31: Configuring MP-IBGP
32: Configuring MP-EBGP
33: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Static routing
34: Configuring MPLS VPNs with RIP routing
35: Configuring MPLS VPNs with EIGRP (same & different ASN) routing.
36: Configuring MPLS VPNs with IS-IS routing.
37: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF (same & different Process ID) routing
38: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF Domain ID.
39: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 1 & 2 at local site convert into LSA 3 at remote site.
40: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 3 at local site convert into LSA 3 at remote site.
41: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 5 at local site convert into LSA 5 at remote site.
42: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 7 at local site convert into LSA 5 at remote site.
43: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Sham-link.
44: Verification of OSPF Down bit & Routing bit.
45: Verification of OSPF Tag field.
46: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Extranet
47: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Export map
48: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Import map
49: Configuring MPLS VPNs with EBGP routing having same & different ASN.
50: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Route Reflectors.
51: Configuring MPLS VPNs with EBGP ( Hub & Spoke).
52: Configuring Central Services MPLS VPN.
53: Configuring MPLS VPNs with VRF-LITE.
54: Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPNs with Back-to-Back VRF.
55: Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPNs with MP-EBGP for VPNV4 exchange.
56: Configuring Internet access with global routing table.
57: Configuring Internet access with VRF.
58: Configuring MPLS VPNs with MPLS TE ---- Dynamic PE to PE Tunnels
59: Configuring MPLS VPNs with MPLS TE ---- Explicit PE to PE Tunnels
60: Configuring MPLS VPNs with MPLS TE ---- Unequal cost load balancing.

End Course

Multicasting

Comming Soon.....

IPv4 to IPv6 Migration

Comming Soon.....

ASA

Syllabus

ASA

1: Single GRE tunnel
2: Dual GRE tunnel with different routing protocols in Customer sites.
3: Dual GRE tunnel with same routing protocols in Customer sites.
4: Uses of distribute-list for network prefix virtualization.
5: Dual GRE tunnel with same routing protocols in Customer site having overlapping IP subnet.
6: Configuring VRF & Troubleshooting of VRF
7: Check VRF table, ping, Traceroute, Telnet etc…
8: Configuring VRF Static
9: Configuring VRF RIP
10: Configuring VRF OSPF
11: Configuring VRF EIGRP
12: Configuring VRF BGP
13: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) Static Routing
14: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) RIP Routing
15: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) OSPF Routing
16: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) EIGRP Routing
17: Configuring PE (vrf) to CE (non-vrf) BGP Routing
18: Redistributing static & RIP
19: Redistributing static & OSPF
20: Redistributing static & EIGRP
21: Redistributing static & BGP
22: Redistributing RIP & OSPF
23: Redistributing RIP & EIGRP
24: Redistributing RIP & BGP
25: Redistributing OSPF & EIGRP
26: Redistributing OSPF & BGP
27: Redistributing EIGRP & BGP
28: Configuring Basic MPLS
29: Controlling MPLS label distribution.
30: Configuring RD,Route target Import & Export.
31: Configuring MP-IBGP
32: Configuring MP-EBGP
33: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Static routing
34: Configuring MPLS VPNs with RIP routing
35: Configuring MPLS VPNs with EIGRP (same & different ASN) routing.
36: Configuring MPLS VPNs with IS-IS routing.
37: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF (same & different Process ID) routing
38: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF Domain ID.
39: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 1 & 2 at local site convert into LSA 3 at remote site.
40: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 3 at local site convert into LSA 3 at remote site.
41: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 5 at local site convert into LSA 5 at remote site.
42: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Verify LSA 7 at local site convert into LSA 5 at remote site.
43: Configuring MPLS VPNs with OSPF routing & Sham-link.
44: Verification of OSPF Down bit & Routing bit.
45: Verification of OSPF Tag field.
46: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Extranet
47: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Export map
48: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Import map
49: Configuring MPLS VPNs with EBGP routing having same & different ASN.
50: Configuring MPLS VPNs with Route Reflectors.
51: Configuring MPLS VPNs with EBGP ( Hub & Spoke).
52: Configuring Central Services MPLS VPN.
53: Configuring MPLS VPNs with VRF-LITE.
54: Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPNs with Back-to-Back VRF.
55: Configuring Inter-AS MPLS VPNs with MP-EBGP for VPNV4 exchange.
56: Configuring Internet access with global routing table.
57: Configuring Internet access with VRF.
58: Configuring MPLS VPNs with MPLS TE ---- Dynamic PE to PE Tunnels
59: Configuring MPLS VPNs with MPLS TE ---- Explicit PE to PE Tunnels
60: Configuring MPLS VPNs with MPLS TE ---- Unequal cost load balancing.

End Course