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CCNP SWITCH
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CCNP SWITCH
Syllabus

Course

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Redundancy Protocols - 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

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Redundancy Protocols - 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

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Redundancy Protocols - 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

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VLAN SECURITY

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

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PRIVATE VLAN

  • 117.Primary vlan
  • 118.Secondary vlan
  • - a). Isolated vlan
  • - b). Community vlan
  • 119. Romicuas port
  • 120. Isolated port
  • 121. Community port

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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

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DHCP

  • 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

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End of Course