CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional)
CCNP is the next level of certification after CCNA. CCNP certification validates a network professional’s ability to install, configure and troubleshoot converged local and wide area networks with 100 to 500 or more nodes. Network Professionals who achieve the CCNP have demonstrated the knowledge and skills required to manage the routers and switches that form the network core, as well as edge applications that integrate voice, wireless, and security into the network.
Audience : Those who want to make a career in the field of WAN administration and want to implement and manage a large network consisting of Cisco routers and switches.

Prerequisite : Must be a CCNA.

Duration of the course : Part Time : 45 Session (2 Hrs/Day)
                                             Full Time : 15 Session (8 Hrs/Day)

Key Benefits : On Completion of this course, the candidate will have knowledge and skills necessary to : Manage Advanced router and switch configuration, configure security in VLAN and WAN, Manage CISCO in a big enterprise.

Course Contents :-
(642-902): Implementing Cisco IP Routing(ROUTE)
(642-813): Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH)
  • Course Overview
  • Implementing Basic EIGRP
  • Implementing Advanced EIGRP
  • Implementing Basic OSPF
  • Implementing a Scalable Multiarea Network OSPF based Solution.
  • Implementing OSPF over NBMA 1 & NBMA 2.
  • Describing Different OSPF Area Types
  • Controlling Routing Updates
  • Implementing Simple Redistribution & Advanced Redistribution
  • Foundation concepts and Planning of BGP Routing
  • Implementing Basic BGP
  • Tuning Attributes of BGP
  • Configuring Path Control
  • Understanding And Implementing IPv6 Addressing
  • Implementing IPv6 Routing and Routing Protocols
  • Course Overview
  • Analyzing Campus Network Designs
  • Implementing VLANs in Campus Networks
  • Implementing Spanning Tree
  • Implementing Inter-VLAN Routing
  • Implementing First Hop Redundancy in a Campus Environment
  • Implementing a Highly Available Network
  • Minimizing Service Loss and Data Theft in a Campus Network
  • Integrating Wireless LANs into a Campus Network
  • Accommodating Voice and Video in Campus Network
(642-832) Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT)
  • Planning Maintenance for Complex Networks
  • Selecting Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools and Applications
  • Planning Troubleshooting Processes for Complex Enterprise Networks
  • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Campus Switching-Based Problems
  • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Routing Based Solutions
  • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Network Security Solutions
  • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Integrated, Complex Enterprise Networks
  • Troubleshooting Performance Problems on Switches
  • Troubleshooting Wireless Connectivity
  • Troubleshooting Voice over IP
  • Troubleshooting Multicast
  • Troubleshooting NAT and PAT
  • Troubleshooting DHCP
  • Troubleshooting IPv6, OSPFv3, and RIPng
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