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Cisco CCNP Enterprise: ENCOR & ENSLD (Vouchers Included)

This course is intended for network engineers, system engineers, network administrators, and those looking to attain their CCNP Enterprise certification.

Cisco-CCNP-Enterprise-ENCOR-ENSLD
$4,095.00 (USD)

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Outline

  1. Course Overview
    1. Introduction to ENCOR Course and Exam Objectives
  2. Campus Architecture and Device Fundamentals
    1. Campus Architecture
    2. Device Architecture
  3. Access and Distribution Layer Features and Services
    1. Configuring and Verifying VLANs
    2. Configuring and Verifying Trunks
    3. VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
    4. STP Overview and Algorithm Deep Dive
    5. STP Convergence, Configuration and Manipulation
    6. STP PortFast, and BPDU Guard
    7. Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
    8. EtherChannels
    9. Inter-VLAN Routing
    10. First-Hop Redundancy Protocol (FHRP)
  4. Routing
    1. Routing Introduction
    2. Dynamic Routing Overview
    3. OSPFv2 Overview, Packets, States, and Design
    4. OSPFv2 Configuration and Verification
    5. Text BoxOSPFv2 Network Types and DR/BDR Election
    6. OSPFv2 LSAs and Metric
    7. OSPFv2 Summarization
    8. OSPFv2 Filtering
    9. EBGP Overview, Configuration and Verification
    10. Text BoxShapeBGP Best Path Selection Process
    11. Network Address Translation (NAT)
    12. Multicast Protocol Overview
  5. VPN's
    1. GRE Tunnel Configuration and Verification
    2. IPSec Introduction
    3. IPSec Site-to-Site VPN Tunnel Configuration and Verification
    4. GRE over IPSec Tunnel Configuration and Verification
    5. Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF)
  6. Management Protocols and Services
    1. NTP Configuration and Verification
    2. Syslog Configuration and Verification
    3. Debugs, Conditional Debugs, Ping, and Traceroute
    4. SNMP Configuration and Verification
    5. NetFlow / Flexible NetFlow Configuration and Verification
    6. SPAN, RSPAN, ERSPAN Configuration and Verification
    7. IPSLA Configuration and Verification
    8. Quality of Service (QoS) Overview
    9. Embedded Event Manager (EEM) Configuration
  7. Security
    1. Device Access, Authentication Configuration and Verification
    2. AAA Configuration and Verification
    3. Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    4. Control Plane Policing (CoPP)
    5. Next-Gen Firewalls, Network Access Control, MACSec, and TrustSec
  8. Next Generation Campus Networks
    1. SD-Access
    2. LISP and VXLAN
    3. SD-WAN
    4. DNA Center Overview
    5. Data Formats
    6. Data Modeling
    7. NetConf / RestConf
    8. Python Exam Prep
    9. ShapeChef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack
  9. LAN Essentials
  10. Routed Protocols - Addressing
    1. IPv4 addressing (create plan)
    2. IPv6 addressing (create plan)
    3. IPv6 migration methods (determine)
  11. Routing Protocols – Secure and scale (create design)
    1. IS-IS
    2. EIGRP
    3. OSPF
    4. BGP – address families, attributes, filtering, RR's, load sharing, balancing, symmetry
  12. Enterprise Campus Networks (design)
    1. HA – GR, FHRP's
    2. L2 – xSTP, loop prevention, convergence
    3. L3 – convergence, vrf, redistribution, filtering, summarization
    4. SD-Access architecture and design (describe) – underlay, overlay, control and data planes
  13. Wide Area Networks (WAN)
    1. Options (compare) – L2/3 VPN's, metro ethernet, DWDM, SD-Wan ce
    2. Site to site VPN (design) – L2/L3, GRE, DMVPN, GET VPN
    3. HA (design) – single, multi, backup, failover
    4. SD-WAN architecture and design (describe) – various planes, QoS, multicast
  14. End-to-End Quality of Service (QoS)
    1. QoS strategies – IntServ/Diffserv (design)
    2. End-to-End QoS – Classify, mark, shape, police, queue (design)
    3. Network management techniques, out-of-band, in-band (design)
  15. Multicast
    1. Concepts – source/shared trees, RPF, RP (describe)
    2. Services – PIM bi-dir, SSM, MSDP (design)
  16. Automation
    1. YANG data models (IETF, Openconfig, Cisco native) – recognize differences
    2. Netconf and Restconf – recognize differences
    3. Telemetry model-driven (periodic/on-change publication and dial-in/dial-out) – recognize differences and impact

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Georgia Southern University

PO Box 8124
Continuing Education
Statesboro, GA 30460 US
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