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Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE v2.0) Course Summary

Course v2.0, a five-day ILT course, incorporates significant updates and takes after a refreshed diagram. (Nonetheless, take note of that this course does not cover all things recorded on the outline.) Some more seasoned themes have been evacuated or improved, while a few new IPv6 directing points have been included. The course content has been adjusted to Cisco IOS Software Release 15 and actually refreshed. 

The objective of the course is to expand upon the information and abilities from CCNA Routing and Switching and enable you to extend capabilities to plan, execute, and screen a versatile steering system. 

Note: Students enrolling for this course will get their course pack in an advanced organization. To have the capacity to see your advanced pack you should bring a portable PC and additionally a perfect iPad or Android tablet. The prescribed framework prerequisites and directions to get to the course unit substance can be found at the accompanying connection: Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions 

Kindly know that this computerized variant is intended for online utilize, not for printing. You can print up to 10 pages just in each guide inside a course. It would be ideal if you take note of that each time you tap the Print catch in the book, this considers one page printed, regardless of whether you click OK in the Print discourse. 

In the event that you have any inquiries or issues with meeting the prerequisites recorded above, please get in touch with us at rlt@skyline-ats.com and give the class name to which you are going to and we will gladly offer assistance. 

Targets 

After finishing this course, the student will have the capacity to meet these general goals: 

  • Depict directing conventions, diverse remote availability alternatives, and their effect on steering and executing RIPng 
  • Arrange EIGRP in IPv4 and IPv6 situations 
  • Arrange OSPF in IPv4 and IPv6 situations 
  • Actualize course redistribution utilizing separating components 
  • Actualize way control utilizing approach based directing and IP SLA 
  • Actualize undertaking Internet network 
  • Secure Cisco switches as per best practices and arrange verification for directing conventions

Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE v2.0) Course Outline

Module 1: Basic Network and Routing Concepts 

Lesson 1: Differentiating Routing Protocols 

  1. Undertaking Network Infrastructure 
  2. Part of Dynamic Routing Protocols 
  3. Picking the Optimal Routing Protocol 
  4. IGP versus EGP 
  5. Sorts of Routing Protocols 
  6. Meeting 
  7. Course Summarization 
  8. Directing Protocol Scalability 

Lesson 2: Understanding Network Technologies 

  1. Activity Types 
  2. IPv6 Address Types 
  3. System Types 
  4. Nonbroadcast Multiple-Access Networks 
  5. Steering over the Internet 

Lesson 3: Connecting Remote Locations with the Headquarters 

  1. Availability Overview 
  2. Steering Across MPLS VPNs 
  3. Steering over a GRE Tunnel 
  4. Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network 
  5. Multipoint GRE 
  6. Next Hop Resolution Protocol 
  7. IPsec 

Lesson 4: Implementing RIPng 

  1. Tear Overview 
  2. Researching the RIPng Database 

Module 2: EIGRP Implementation 

Lesson 1: Establishing EIGRP Neighbor Relationships 

  1. EIGRP Features 
  2. EIGRP Reliable Transport 
  3. EIGRP Operation Overview 
  4. Controlling EIGRP Timers 
  5. EIGRP Neighborship over Frame Relay 
  6. Building up EIGRP over Layer 3 MPLS VPN 
  7. EIGRP Neighborship over Layer 2 MPLS VPN 

Lesson 2: Building the EIGRP Topology Table 

  1. Trade of Routing Knowledge in EIGRP 
  2. EIGRP Metric 
  3. EIGRP Metric Calculation 
  4. EIGRP Metric Calculation Example 
  5. The Feasibility Condition 
  6. EIGRP Path Calculation Example 

Lesson 3: Optimizing EIGRP Behavior 

  1. EIGRP Queries 
  2. EIGRP Stub Routers 
  3. Stuck in Active 
  4. Diminishing Query Scope by Using Summary Routes 
  5. Load Balancing with EIGRP 

Lesson 4: Configuring EIGRP for IPv6 

  1. EIGRP for IPv6 Overview 
  2. Confirming EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration 

Lesson 5: Discovering Named EIGRP Configuration 

  1. Prologue to Named EIGRP Configuration 
  2. Named EIGRP Configuration Modes 

Case: Classic versus Named EIGRP Configuration 

Module 3: OSPF Implementation 

Lesson 1: Establishing OSPF Neighbor Relationships 

  1. OSPF Features 
  2. OSPF Operation Overview 
  3. Various leveled Structure of OSPF 
  4. Plan Limitations of OSPF 
  5. OSPF Message Types 
  6. OSPF Neighborship over Point-to-Point Links 
  7. OSPF Neighborship on Layer 3 MPLS VPN 
  8. OSPF Neighborship over Layer 2 MPLS VPN 
  9. The OSPF Neighbor States 
  10. OSPF Network Types 
  11. Arranging Passive Interfaces 

Lesson 2: Building the Link-State Database 

  1. OSPF LSA Types 
  2. Intermittent OSPF Database Changes 
  3. Trading and Synchronizing LSDBs 
  4. Synchronizing LSDB on Multiaccess Networks 
  5. Running the SPF Algorithm 
  6. Figuring the Cost of Intra-Area Routes 
  7. Figuring the Cost of Interarea Routes 
  8. Choosing Intra-Area and Interarea Routes 

Lesson 3: Optimizing OSPF Behavior 

  1. OSPF Route Summarization 
  2. Advantages of Route Summarization 
  3. Outline on ABRs 
  4. Outline on ASBRs 
  5. Two Ways of Directing Traffic to the Internet 
  6. Cost of the Default Route in a Stub Area 
  7. The default-data begin Command 
  8. Other Stubby Area Types 

Lesson 4: Configuring OSPFv3 

  1. Arranging Advanced OSPFv3 
  2. OSPFv3 Caveats 

Module 4: Configuration of Redistribution 

Lesson 1: Implementing Basic Routing Protocol Redistribution 

  1. The Need for Redistribution 
  2. Characterizing Route Redistribution 
  3. Redistributing Route Information 
  4. Default Metrics for Redistributed Routes 
  5. Figuring Costs for OSPF E1 and E2 Routes 
  6. Sorts of Redistribution 
  7. Shared Redistribution 

Lesson 2: Manipulating Redistribution Using Route Filtering 

  1. The Need for Redistribution Manipulation 
  2. Circulate Lists 
  3. Circulate Lists Usage 
  4. Prefix Lists 
  5. Prefix List Example 
  6. Presenting Route Maps 
  7. Course Map Applications 
  8. Course Map Operation 
  9. Arranging Route Maps 
  10. Course Maps Example 
  11. Changing Administrative Distance 
  12. Controlling Redistribution Using Route Tagging 
  13. Provisos of Redistribution 

Module 5: Path Control Implementation 

Lesson 1: Using Cisco Express Forwarding Switching 

  1. Control Plane and Data Plane 
  2. Cisco Switching Mechanisms 
  3. Process Switching and Fast Switching 
  4. Cisco Express Forwarding 

Lesson 2: Implementing Path Control 

  1. Requirement for Path Control 
  2. PBR Features 
  3. PBR Benefits 
  4. Arranging PBR 
  5. Requirement for Dynamic Path Control 
  6. Cisco IOS IP SLA 
  7. Arranging IP SLA 
  8. Utilizing IP SLA for Path Control 

Module 6: Enterprise Internet Connectivity 

Lesson 1: Planning Enterprise Internet Connectivity 

  1. Undertaking Internet Connectivity Needs 
  2. Sorts of ISP Connectivity 
  3. Open IP Address Assignments 
  4. Supplier Independent IP Addressing 
  5. AS Numbers 

Lesson 2: Establishing Single-Homed IPv4 Internet Connectivity 

  1. Arranging a Provider-Assigned IPv4 Address 
  2. Getting a Provider-Assigned IPv4 Address with DHCP 
  3. Requirement for NAT 
  4. NAT Overview 
  5. Arranging Static NAT 
  6. Arranging Dynamic NAT 
  7. Designing PAT 
  8. Confinements of NAT 
  9. NAT Virtual Interface 

Lesson 3: Establishing Single-Homed IPv6 Internet Connectivity 

  1. Acquiring Provider-Assigned IPv6 Addresses 
  2. Securing IPv6 Internet Connectivity 

Lesson 4: Improving Resilience of Internet Connectivity 

  1. Disadvantages of a Single-Homed Internet Connectivity 
  2. Double Homed Internet Connectivity 
  3. Designing Best Path for Dual-Homed Internet Connectivity 
  4. Multihomed Internet Connectivity 
  5. Multihoming Options 

Lesson 5: Considering Advantages of Using BGP 

  1. Steering Between Autonomous Systems 
  2. Way Vector Functionality 
  3. BGP Routing Policies 
  4. Qualities of BGP 
  5. BGP Data Structures 
  6. BGP Message Types 
  7. At the point when to Use BGP 

Lesson 6: Implementing Basic BGP Operations 

  1. BGP Neighbor Relationships 
  2. EBGP Neighbor Relationships 
  3. IBGP Neighbor Relationships 
  4. Fundamental BGP Configuration Requirements 
  5. Designing BGP Neighbors 

Lesson 7: Using BGP Attributes and the Path Selection Process 

  1. BGP Path Selection 
  2. BGP Route Selection Process 
  3. Weight Attribute 
  4. Designing the Default Weight for a Neighbor 
  5. Designing Weight with Route Maps 
  6. MED Attribute 
  7. Setting MED with a Route Map 

Lesson 8: Controlling BGP Routing Updates 

  1. Sifting of BGP Routing Updates 
  2. Utilizing Prefix Lists to Filter BGP Updates 
  3. Actualizing AS Path Access Lists 
  4. Utilizing Route Maps to Manipulate BGP Updates 
  5. Course Map Use Case Example 
  6. Separating Order 
  7. Clearing the BGP Session 
  8. BGP Peer Groups 
  9. Companion Group Configuration Scenario 
  10. Companion Group Configuration Example 

Lesson 9: Implementing BGP for IPv6 Internet Connectivity 

  1. MP-BGP Support for IPv6 
  2. Trading IPv6 Routes over an IPv4 Session 
  3. Trading IPv6 Routes over an IPv6 Session 
  4. Looking at Single and Dual BGP Transport 
  5. IPv6 BGP Filtering Mechanisms 
  6. IPv6 Prefix List Filtering 
  7. IPv6 Path Selection with BGP Local Preference 

Module 7: Routers and Routing Protocol Hardening 

Lesson 1: Securing Cisco Routers 

  • Securing Cisco IOS Routers Checklist 
  • Switch Security Policy 
  • Scrambled Passwords 
  • Utilize SSH Instead of Telnet 
  • Securing Access to the Infrastructure Using Router ACLs 
  • Secure SNMP 
  • Arrangement Backups 
  • Actualize Logging 
  • Incapacitate Unused Services 

Lesson 2: Describing Routing Protocol Authentication Options 

  1. The Purpose of Routing Protocol Authentication 
  2. Validation Types 
  3. Plaintext Authentication Process 
  4. Hashing Authentication Process 
  5. Time-Based Key Chains 
  6. Validation Options with Different Routing Protocols 

Lesson 3: Configuring EIGRP Authentication 

  1. EIGRP Authentication Configuration Checklist 
  2. EIGRP for IPv6 Authentication Configuration 
  3. EIGRP for IPv6 Authentication Verification 
  4. Designing Authentication in Named EIGRP 

Lesson 4: Configuring OSPF Authentication 

  1. OSPF Authentication Configuration Checklist 

Lesson 5: Configuring BGP Authentication 

  1. BGP Authentication Configuration Checklist 
  2. BGP Authentication Configuration 
  3. BGP Authentication Verification 
  4. BGP for IPv6 Authentication Configuration 
  5. BGP for IPv6 Authentication Verification 

Lab Outline Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE v2.0)

  • Disclosure 1: Configuring RIPng 
  • Disclosure 2: Configuring and Investigating Basic EIGRP 
  • Disclosure 3: Building the EIGRP Topology Table 
  • Disclosure 4: EIGRP Stub Routing 
  • Disclosure 5: EIGRP Summarization 
  • Disclosure 6: EIGRP Load Balancing 
  • Disclosure 7: EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration 
  • Disclosure 8: Discovering the Named EIGRP Configuration 
  • Disclosure 9: Basic OSPF Configuration Introduction 
  • Disclosure 10: Building the Link-State Database 
  • Disclosure 11: OSPF Path Selection 
  • Disclosure 12: OSPF Route Summarization 
  • Disclosure 13: OSPF Stub Areas 
  • Disclosure 14: Implementing OSPFv3 

Prerequisites

This segment records the abilities and information that students must have to profit completely from the educational modules. It incorporates prescribed Cisco learning offerings that the students may finish to profit completely from this educational programs. 

The information and abilities that a student must have before going to this course are as per the following: 

  1. Portraying system basics 
  2. Building up Internet and WAN network (IPv4 and IPv6) 
  3. Overseeing system gadget security 
  4. Working a medium-sized LAN with various switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and crossing tree 
  5. Investigating IP network (IPv4 and IPv6) 
  6. Arranging and investigating EIGRP and OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6) 
  7. Arranging gadgets for SNMP, syslog, and NetFlow get to 
  8. Overseeing Cisco gadget arrangements, Cisco IOS pictures, and licenses 

It is very suggested that this course be taken after the accompanying Cisco courses: 

  1. Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices v2.0, Part 1 (ICND1 v2.0) and Part 2 (ICND2 v2.0), or 
  2. Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated Version 2.0 (CCNAX v2.0)

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