Forscher Solutions provides the CCNP training that delivers the product knowledge as-well-as the knowledge requirements to perform day-to-day management operations on a Network. The training is focused on Network engineers, with prior experience in Networking Industry, tools and understanding of the Network layer in any Enterprise. This training is delivered by Subject Matter Experts currently managing, Networking landscapes in real time environments. The course and its contents are developed by subject matter experts and solution Architects, who deliver the solutions to Fortune 500 and Top-Notch MNCs around the globe.
Target Audience and Pre-requisites:
The training course is designed for from the ground up. However the pre-requisite for a CCNP student is to have completed the CCNA training. This course sets the training platform for the Networking Engineer to be technically competent to take up the CCNP certification on completion of the course. All trainings are designed and developed by training experts specifically to cater, candidates of all technical back grounds, especially focusing on the Networking Arena.
Fast Track – 5 Days
Normal Track – 7 to 8 weekends or Daily sessions for 8 weeks
Corporates – Custom configured per Client requirements and modules required
Module 1: Priniples and Concepts used in Networking
- Cisco Express Forwarding and Forwarding Information base concepts
- Point -to-point, Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast, Non-Broad cast and VLSM: Usage and differences
- Understanding MTU in IPv4 and IPv6
- Terms TTL, Throughput and Latency explained and experimented.
- TCP vs UDP, real time usage and understanding
- IP usage, IP Assign and IP Fragmentation in IP address formatting.
- Concepts of Asymmetric routing, Global Synchronization, Windowing and Starvation
- Concepts of P2P and Multipoint
- Understanding Routing Table and its importance from a Device perspective
- VPN: Setting up a VPN, Easy Virtual Networking and understanding DMVPN
- Difference between Internal router and Backbone router
- What is route tagging, route filtering and route poisoning?
Module 2: Understanding Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices from Routing standpoint :
- PAP and CHAP in real time usage.
- PPP and Setting up a PPPoE
- DHCP: Understanding, configuring and Testing
- Setting up Auto-config
- Static Vs Default Routing: Understand, Configure and Test
- Link State, Distance and Path vector
- Routing protocol Types
- Policy based routing
- EIGRP: Understand, Set-up, Authenticate and Load Balance
- OSPF: Understand, Set-up, Authenticate and verify.
- BGP: Understand, Configure and Verify
- RIPv2 and RIPnG: Understand, Configure
- LSA: Analysis on usage of LSA types
Module 3: Understanding Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices from Switching Standpoint:
- Switching and its configuration in an Enterprise environment
- Managing the MAC address and virtualization of MAC
- Usage of CDP, LDP and UDLD
- VLAN: Understanding VLAN and its purpose
- Trunking: Usage
- Difference between Link Aggregation and Trunking and their usage in the enterprise environment
- Virtualization in Switching: Trunking in network aggregation and maximizing bandwidth utilization.
- LACP Vs Trunking: and understanding stackwise
- Importance of Spanning Tree Protocol: Configuration and Testing
Module 4: Infrastructure services and their security:
- Device security using IOS on the Routing Devices
- Device security using IOS on the Switching Devices
- ACL: Security Practices on IPv4 and IPv6
- Data snooping over networks.
- Strengthening the networks against snooping
- ARP and DARP
- Network security and VLAN
- Understanding the Firewall
- First Hop redundancy protocol set-up and verification
Module 5: Core Labs and Troubleshooting in RT:
- 1.Device Management: Router ans Switch
- 2.Common tools in Networking such as VTY, TTY, Telnet, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP and SSH
- 3.Log Analysis of a Switch and Router
- 4.SNMP Communication from Networked devices
- 5.DNS, DHCP and NAT
- 6.Synchronizing with NTP information.
- 7.RADIUS and TACACS+
- 8.Monitoring devices using Network Monitoring tools
- 9.Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6
- 10.Understanding SLA