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:
CCIE ROUTE Syllabus
Version of IP Address
Characteristics of IPV4
Classification of IPV4 on the Basis of Management & Business
Public & Private IP Address
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
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
Factors on which best path depends - Longest Match
AD & Metrics of Different Routing Protocols
Selection procedure for best path
LABS: Configuring & Troubleshooting of STATIC ROUTING
LABS: Static Route
Use of Name ,Permanent & TAG
How to Routing Loop in case of Default routing.
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 - Hop count
- Split Horizon
- Route Poison
- Poison reverse
How to provide fast conversion in DVRP
How to prevent bad metrics in DVRP.
Characteristics of Rip
Difference between RIPv1 and RIPv2 >
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
EIGRP Capabilities and Attributes
EIGRP Tables ( Neighbor Table, Topology Table, Routing Table )
EIGRP Neighbor adjacency components
Using a Wildcard Mask in EIGRP
EIGRP Bandwidth Use Across WAN Links
Preventing SIA Connections
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
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
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
DR & BDR Concept & its selection process
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
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
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
OSPF OVER FRAME_RELAY
OSPF OVER FRAME_RELAY - NBMA default
- Point-to-multipoint non-broadcast
- Sub-interface point-to-point
Sub-interface multipoint - NBMA default
- Point-to-multipoint non-broadcast
Configuring & Troubleshooting of BGP
Introduction to BGP
When to use BGP
When not to use BGP
Types of BGP Peering
BGP Update source Loopback
Three main reason why BGP Peering fails
Concept of Multihoming in BGP
BGP Message Types
BGP Network Advertisement
BGP synchronization Rule
BGP Full Mesh
BGP Route Reflector client
Next-hop self in IBGP
AS Path Prepend
Remove Private AS
BGP Route Selection Procedure
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
Configuring BGP Route Reflector client
Configuring BGP with Default Route
Configuring BGP Route Filtering
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
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 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 with 5 hop from R6.
R6 will not receive network that directly connected to R1 loopback 0.
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.
Implement EIGRP as per diagram.
Apply authentication betweem R1 & R4, use key chain.
R4 have only one neighbor in neighbor table as 18.104.22.168 in AS 20
R9 must be receive all the routes from next hop 22.214.171.124
Apply EIGRP summarization on R9.
R4 will receive only summary routé 126.96.36.199/22 from 188.8.131.52
DIAGRAM IPv4 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 184.108.40.206 have metric 5 on R5 and
network 220.127.116.11 have metric 2 on R5.
Normal redistribution between OSPF and EIGRP domain R4 and also normal redistribution EIGRP and
R4 must receive 18.104.22.168 from 22.214.171.124 while 126.96.36.199 from 188.8.131.52
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: IPV6 Addressing
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
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: DHCP, GRE, PBR
Configuring DHCP Server
Configuring DHCP Relay
Configuring DHCP Client
End of Course