Cisco CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Routing (Route) v2.0 Series (Exam 300-101) !

Overview: The Implementing Cisco IP Routing is a qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP®, Cisco Certified Internetwork Professional CCIP®, and Cisco Certified Design Professional CCDP® certifications. The ROUTE exam will certify that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills necessary to use advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing scalable and secure Cisco ISR routers connected to LANs and WANs. The exam also covers configuration of secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers.

Certification Details:

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.

Certification Exam Details:
300-101 ROUTE: Learn More about this certification exam.

Series Taught By: Ken Mayer and Carlo Tannoury

Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 12
Students can earn up to 12 CEUs for fully completing this course series. This information will be displayed on the certificate of completion. Learn More

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Course Modules

(Duration: 1h 1m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Complex Enterprise Network Frameworks, Architectures, and Models
  3. Traffic Conditions in a Converged Network
  4. IIN: Cisco Intelligent Information Network
  5. Three Phases of the Intelligent Information Network
  6. Three Phases of the Intelligent Information Network Graph
  7. Cisco SONA Framework
  8. Cisco SONA Framework Layers
  9. SONA: Networked Infrastructure Layer
  10. SONA: Interactive Services Layer
  11. SONA: Application Layer
  12. Updated SONA Framework
  13. Cisco Enterprise Architecture
  14. Campus Architecture
  15. Branch Architecture
  16. Data Center Architecture
  17. Teleworker Architecture
  18. Cisco Hierarchical Network Model
  19. Hierarchical Campus Model
  20. The Hierarchical Model in a Wide Area Network
  21. The Enterprise Composite Network Model
  22. Lesson 2: Creating, Documenting, and Executing an Implementation Plan
  23. Creating an Implementation Plan
  24. Structured Approach
  25. Ad-hoc Approach
  26. Methodologies and Models
  27. Cisco Lifecycle Services (PPDIOO) Model
  28. Implementation Plan Documentation
  29. Sample Implementation Plan
  30. Example of Project Contact List
  31. Example of Implementation Task List
  32. Example of Tools Required
  33. Example of Equipment Floor Plan
  34. Lesson 3: Overview of IP Routing
  35. IP Routing
  36. Dynamic Routing
  37. Static Routing
  38. Third Option: OnDemand Routing
  39. Link-State Versus Distance Vector Protocols
  40. Classless Versus Classful Routing
  41. Discontiguous Subnets – Classful Routing
  42. Discontiguous Subnets – Classless Routing
  43. IP classless Command
  44. Automatic Route Summarization
  45. Criteria of Routing Table
  46. Administrative Distance
  47. Administrative Distances
  48. Floating Static Route
  49. Demo – RIPNG
  50. Chapter 01 Summary
  51. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 24m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Understanding EIGRP Terminology and Operation
  3. EIGRP Attributes and Capabilities
  4. Terminology of the EIGRP Protocol
  5. Tables used with the EIGRP Protocol
  6. FD versus AD
  7. Successor and Feasible Successor
  8. Active Routes versus Passive
  9. Major EIGRP Technologies
  10. Reliable Transport Protocols
  11. Neighbor Discovery
  12. PDMs or Protocol Dependent Modules
  13. DUAL Finite-State Machine
  14. Packet Types used by EIGRP
  15. Hello Packet use by EIGRP
  16. Acknowledgement Packets
  17. Update Packets
  18. Query and Reply Packets
  19. EIGRP (AD) Administrative Distance
  20. EIGRP Metric Calculation
  21. EIGRP Bandwidth
  22. Lesson 2: Planning EIGRP Routing Implementations
  23. EIGRP Deployment Prerequisites
  24. EIGRP Implementation
  25. EIGRP Verification
  26. EIGRP Documentation
  27. Lesson 3: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP
  28. Enable EIGRP Routing
  29. Advertising EIGRP
  30. Demo – Enable EIGRP Routing
  31. Demo – Define EIGRP Networks
  32. Automatic Summarization
  33. Demo – Define Bandwidth on Interfaces
  34. EIGRP Commands
  35. Demo – Enable and Disable EIGRP Automatic Summarization
  36. EIGRP Passive-Interface
  37. Default Route Propagation
  38. Demo – Passive Interface
  39. IP Default Network Command
  40. EIGRP Route Summarization
  41. Demo – IP Default Network
  42. Demo – Configure a Router to Advertise a Default Route as the Gateway of Last Resort
  43. Interface Summarization
  44. Demo – Example of the IP Route Next Hop Command
  45. Demo – Example of the IP Route Quad Zero Command
  46. Creating Summary Route at an Arbitrary Bit Boundary
  47. Demo – Summarization in Discontiguous Networks
  48. Lesson 4: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP in an Enterprise WAN
  49. Demo- Disabling Automatic Summarization
  50. WAN and EIGRP Considerations
  51. EIGRP over MPLS
  52. Demo- Frame Relay Using Dynamic Mapping
  53. Load Balancing with EIGRP
  54. Demo- EIGRP over Layer 3 MPLS VPNs
  55. Demo- EIGRP over Layer 2 MPLS VPNs
  56. Unequal EIGRP Cost Load Balancing
  57. EIGRP Bandwidth Use on WAN Links
  58. Setting EIGRP Bandwidth in a WAN Environment
  59. Lesson 5: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP Authentication
  60. Authentication in Routers
  61. Comparing MD5 Authentication to Simple Password
  62. Preparing for the Configuration of EIGRP Authentication
  63. Demo- Configure Authentication Mode for EIGRP
  64. The Configuration of EIGRP Authentication
  65. Demo- Configure the Key Chain
  66. Lesson 6: Optimizing EIGRP Implementations
  67. Demo-Enable Authentication to use the Key Chain
  68. EIGRP Scalability
  69. Query Process
  70. Stuck-in-Active
  71. Summarization: SIA Solution
  72. Stub Networks
  73. Stub Routing
  74. Configure a Router as a Stub Router
  75. Demo- EIGRP
  76. Chapter 02 Summary
  77. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 22m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Understanding OSPF Terminology and Operation
  3. OSPF: Open Shortest Path First
  4. Features of OSPF
  5. Characteristics of Link-State Protocol
  6. Advantages
  7. Terminology
  8. Router Types
  9. Internal Router
  10. Backbone Router
  11. ABR or Area Border Router
  12. ASBR: Autonomous System Boundary Router
  13. BDR and DR Routers
  14. Lesson 2: OSPF Packets
  15. What are OSPF Packets used for?
  16. OSPF Hello Packet: Type 1
  17. OSPF DBD Packet: Type 2
  18. OSPF LSR Packet: Type 3
  19. OSPF LSU Packet: Type 4
  20. OSPF LSAck Packet: Type 5
  21. Adjacent Neighbors
  22. Link-State Data Structures
  23. Lesson 3: Planning OSPF Routing Implementations
  24. Planning OSPF Deployment
  25. OSPF Implementation
  26. OSPF Verification
  27. OSPF Documentation
  28. Lesson 4: Basic OSPF Verification and Configuration
  29. Enable OSPF Routing
  30. OSPF Network Identification
  31. Wildcard Mask
  32. OSPF Network Identification (Cont.)
  33. Interface Bandwidth Definition
  34. OSPF Router ID
  35. Demo- Configuring Single Area OSPF
  36. Router ID Definition
  37. Demo- Configuring Multi Area OSPF
  38. OSPF Verification: First Method
  39. Demo- Verifying OSPF
  40. OSPF Verification: Second Method
  41. OSPF Verification: Third Method
  42. OSPF Verification: Fourth Method
  43. OSPF Verification: Fifth Method
  44. Clearing the OSPF Routing Table
  45. Lesson 5: OSPF Network Types
  46. Broadcast
  47. DR: Designated Router
  48. BDR: Backup Designated Router
  49. DR and BDR Election Manipulation
  50. Router Priority Assignment
  51. Demo- Assigning Router Priority
  52. DR Election
  53. Demo- Override the Default Interface Cost
  54. Influencing the Election Process
  55. Demo- Configure a Key for Simple Authentication
  56. Point-to-Point
  57. Demo- Configure the MD5 Key-ID and Key
  58. OSPF over MPLS
  59. Demo- Verifying Simple Password Authentication
  60. NBMA: Non-broadcast Multi-access
  61. DR Election in an NBMA Topology
  62. OSPF over NBMA
  63. Demo- OSPF
  64. Chapter 03 Summary
  65. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 42m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Assessing Network Routing Performance Issues
  3. Usual Routing Performance Problems
  4. Running Different Protocols (At the Same Time)
  5. Performance Solutions for Routing Protocols
  6. Route Filtering
  7. Lesson 2: Using Multiple Routing Protocols on a Network
  8. Simple Protocols and Complex Networks
  9. Having Multiple Routing Protocols Running On One Network
  10. Complex Networks
  11. Redistribution
  12. Demo- Redistribution Supports All Routing Protocols
  13. Redistributed Routes
  14. How to Select the Best Route
  15. Edge and Core Routing Protocols
  16. Routing Loops Prevention
  17. Redistribution Guidelines
  18. Lesson 3: Implementing Route Redistribution
  19. Redistribution Command
  20. Demo – Redistribute Routes into RIP
  21. Important Route Redistribution Information
  22. Demo – Redistribute Routes into OSPF
  23. Default Metric for BGP, OSPF, and RIP
  24. Demo – Default Metric for Routing Protocols
  25. Redistributing into EIGRP
  26. Demo – Redistributing Routes into EIGRP
  27. Default Metric for EIGRP
  28. Demo – Applying Metric Values for EIGRP
  29. Modifying the Administrative Distance
  30. Demo – Modifying the Administrative Distance for all Routing Protocols
  31. Changing the Default Administrative Distance
  32. Changing the Default OSPF Administrative Distance
  33. Changing the Default EIGRP Administrative Distance
  34. Demo – Changing OSPF AD
  35. Lesson 4: Controlling Routing Update Traffic
  36. Controlling Routing Updates
  37. Passive Interfaces
  38. passive-interface default Command
  39. Static Routes
  40. Default Routes
  41. Route Maps
  42. Demo – Route Map
  43. To Define a Route Map
  44. To Specify Criteria to be Matched
  45. To Modify Matching Conditions
  46. Define and Name the Route Map
  47. Various Route-map Commands for PBR (Slide 1 of 2)
  48. Various Route-map Commands for PBR (Slide 2 of 2)
  49. Configure Route Maps for Redistribution
  50. Redistribution Commands for Route-map (Slide 1 of 2)
  51. Redistribution Commands for Route-map (Slide 2 of 2)
  52. Using Distribute Lists
  53. Demo – Using Distribute Lists and Filter Incoming Routing Updates
  54. Define a Filter for Incoming Routing Updates
  55. Demo – Defining a Filter for Outgoing Routing Commands
  56. Define a Filter for Outgoing Routing Updates
  57. Demo – Distribute List In or Out and Examples
  58. Prefix Lists
  59. Demo – Distribute Lists to Avoid Route Feedback
  60. Demo – Fallbacks of Distribute Lists
  61. Prefix List Configuration
  62. Demo – Using Prefix Lists
  63. Chapter 04 Summary
  64. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 35m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Understanding Path Control
  3. Path Control Network Performance Assessment
  4. Considerations for Network Redundancy
  5. Path Control Integrated Strategy
  6. Demo – Similarities of ACLs and Prefix Lists
  7. Lesson 2: Implementing Path Control using Offset-Lists
  8. Demo – Configuring a Prefix List
  9. Path Control Using Offset Lists
  10. Demo – Implementing Path Control Using Offset-Lists
  11. Offset-List Definition
  12. Offset Lists Verification
  13. Demo – Verify Offset-Lists
  14. Lesson 3: Implementing Path Control using IOS IP SLAs
  15. Path Control Using Cisco IOS IP SLAs
  16. Cisco IOS IP SLAs
  17. Demo – Cisco IOS IP SLAs
  18. IP SLAs Applications
  19. Demo – IP SLAs Applications
  20. Operations, Responders and Sources
  21. Demo – Operations – Responders and Sources
  22. IP SLAs Operations
  23. Demo – IP SLAs Operations
  24. IP SLA Operation Definition
  25. Demo – Steps to Deploying IP SLAs
  26. IP SLAs ICMP Echo Operation Definition
  27. Demo – IP SLA – ICMP ECHO and ICMP ECHO Sub Commands
  28. icmp-echo Sub-Commands
  29. Scheduling an IP SLA Operation
  30. Demo – IP SLA Schedules
  31. IP SLA Object Tracking Configuration
  32. Demo – Define Tracking Objects to Track the State of IP SLAs Operations
  33. Tracking Delay Configuration
  34. Demo – Configuring Track Delay
  35. IP SLAs and Static Routing
  36. Demo – Configure a Static Route for IP SLAs Tracking
  37. Demo – Verify IP SLAs using Method 1
  38. Demo – Verify IP SLAs using Method 2
  39. Lesson 4: Implement Path Control using Policy-Based Routing
  40. Path Control Using PBR
  41. Demo – Implement Path Control using Policy-Based Routing
  42. PBR Configuration
  43. Demo – Configure PBR
  44. PBR route-map Commands
  45. Demo – Logical PBR Operation
  46. Demo – Route-Map Commands for PBR
  47. Match Statements
  48. Demo – Match Statements and Conditions
  49. match ip-address Command
  50. Demo – Match Commands Used in PBR
  51. match length Command
  52. Demo – Specify Criteria to be Matched using Prefix Lists of ACLs
  53. set Statements
  54. Demo – Specify Criteria to be Matched by Packet Length
  55. set ip next-hop Command
  56. Demo – Modify Matching Conditions using Set Statements
  57. set interface Command
  58. Demo – Set Conditions
  59. set ip default next-hop Command
  60. Demo – Set Commands used in PBR
  61. set default interface Command
  62. Demo – Specify the Next Hop IP Address for Matching Packets
  63. set ip tos Command
  64. Demo – Specify Interfaces Through which Packets Can be Routed
  65. set ip precedence Command
  66. Demo – Specify a List of Default Next-Hop IP Addresses
  67. Configuring PBR on an Interface
  68. Demo – Specify a List of Default Interfaces
  69. Demo – Mark Packets Using the IP ToS Field
  70. Demo – Set the 3 IP Precedence Bits in the IP Packet Header
  71. Demo – Set IP Precedence Parameters
  72. Demo – Identify a Route Map to Use for Policy Routing on an Interface
  73. Demo – Various Methods to Verify PBR
  74. Lesson 5: Advanced Path Control Tools
  75. Cisco IOS Optimized Edge Routing
  76. Virtualization
  77. Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS)
  78. Chapter 05 Summary
  79. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 21m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: BGP Terminology, Concepts, and Operation
  3. EGP versus IGP
  4. Demo – EGP and IGP
  5. Autonomous Systems (AS)
  6. Demo – AS
  7. IANA
  8. Demo – IANA
  9. Demo – RIRs
  10. AS Numbers
  11. Demo – AS Numbers
  12. BGP
  13. Demo – Facts about BGP
  14. IGP versus BGP
  15. Connecting Enterprise Networks to an ISP
  16. Public IP Address Space
  17. Connection Redundancy
  18. BGP and Enterprise Networks
  19. Demo – BGP Neighbors
  20. BGP Path Vector Characteristics
  21. Demo – BGP Operational Overview
  22. When to Use BGP
  23. Demo – BGP Use between ASs
  24. When Not to Use BGP
  25. Demo – BGP and IGPs
  26. BGP Synchronization
  27. Demo – Connecting Enterprise Networks to Internet Service Providers
  28. BGP Table
  29. BGP Tables
  30. Path Attributes
  31. Well-Known Mandatory: NEXT_HOP
  32. Well-Known Mandatory: ORIGIN
  33. Well-Known Discretionary: LOCAL_PREF
  34. Default Local Preference Configuration
  35. Well-Known Discretionary: ATOMIC_AGGREGATE
  36. Optional Transitive: Community
  37. Optional Nontransitive: MED
  38. Cisco Weight Attribute
  39. Lesson 2: Configuring BGP
  40. Planning BGP Deployment
  41. Demo – Questions for Deploying Routing and Connection
  42. BGP Implementation
  43. Demo – Public IP Address Space
  44. BGP Verification
  45. Demo – Configure Static Routes
  46. Documentation
  47. Demo – Configure the Default Local Preference
  48. Enabling BGP Routing
  49. Demo – Define BGP as the IP Routing Protocol
  50. Demo – Router BGP Command Parameters
  51. To Define BGP Neighbors
  52. Demo – Identify Peer Router to Establish a BGP Session
  53. To Define a BGP Peer Group
  54. Demo – Create a Peer Group
  55. Demo – Assign Neighbors as Part of the Peer Group
  56. To Shutdown a BGP Neighbor
  57. Demo – Disable an Existing BGP Neighbor or Peer Group Relationship
  58. IBGP Source IP Address Problem
  59. Demo – Establish the IBGP Session Using a Loopback Interface
  60. IBGP Source IP Address Solution
  61. Demo – IBGP Source IP
  62. Demo – Increase the TTL for EBGP Connections
  63. neighbor next-hop-self Command
  64. Demo – Configure the Router as the Next Hop for a BGP Speaking Peer
  65. BGP Synchronization
  66. To Identify BGP Networks
  67. BGP Authentication
  68. To Enable MD5 Authentication
  69. To Hard Reset BGP Sessions
  70. To Soft Reset Outbound
  71. Lesson 3: Verifying and Troubleshooting BGP
  72. For Verifying BGP
  73. Lesson 4: Basic BGP Path Manipulation Using Route Maps
  74. Configuring Route Maps in BGP
  75. To Match a BGP Autonomous System Path Access List
  76. To Specify the BGP Weight for the Routing Table
  77. To Specify a Preference Value for the AS Path
  78. BGP Path Manipulation
  79. To Change the Default Weight
  80. To Configure an Autonomous System ACL
  81. To Change the Default Local Preference for Outbound Routes
  82. Lesson 5: Filtering BGP Routing Updates
  83. BGP Routing Updates Filtering
  84. To Apply BGP Filters to Routes
  85. Planning BGP Filtering Using Prefix Lists
  86. Chapter 06 Summary
  87. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 29m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Planning the Branch Office Implementation
  3. Branch Office Challenges
  4. Branch Office Design Considerations
  5. The Thin Branch
  6. Broadband Technology Deployment
  7. Broadband Technologies
  8. Wireless Broadband
  9. Municipal WiFi
  10. WiMAX
  11. Satellite Internet
  12. Broadband Cable
  13. Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
  14. Verifying PPPoA
  15. Configure a NAT Pool
  16. Bind the ACL and NAT Pool
  17. Configure Static NAT
  18. Identify NAT Interfaces
  19. Create a Tunnel Interface
  20. Identify the GRE Tunnel Source
  21. Identify the GRE Tunnel Destination
  22. Identify the Tunnel Mode
  23. Demo- NAT
  24. Lesson 2: Planning for Mobile Worker Implementations
  25. Mobile Worker Connectivity
  26. Considerations for Enterprise Mobile Workers
  27. Business-Ready Mobile User Solution
  28. Business-Ready VPN Components
  29. Lesson 3: Routing Traffic to the Mobile Worker
  30. Easy VPN Server
  31. Routing Services for VPN Subnets
  32. Proxy ARP
  33. Remote Users Connections
  34. Chapter 07 Summary
  35. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 12m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Introducing IPv6
  3. IPv6 Introduction
  4. IPv6 Features
  5. MTU Discovery
  6. New IPv6 Features
  7. IPv6 Address Specifics
  8. Abbreviating IPv6 Addresses
  9. Subnet Prefix
  10. Interface Identifiers
  11. Multiple IP Addresses per Interface
  12. Lesson 2: Configuring and Verifying IPv6 Unicast Addresses
  13. Enable IPv6 Routing
  14. Enable CEF for IPv6
  15. Enable IPv6 on an Interface
  16. Ethernet EUI-64 Address
  17. Enable IP Unnumbered
  18. Enable Stateless Auto
  19. -Configuration
  20. Alter the Neighbor Detection Parameter
  21. Add a Neighbor Router to the Neighbor Discovery Cache
  22. IPv6 Connectivity on FR Multipoint Links
  23. Lesson 3: Routing IPv6 Traffic
  24. IPv6 Routing
  25. Lesson 4: Configuring Static Routing
  26. Static Routing
  27. To Configure an IPv6 Static Route
  28. Static Routes Types
  29. RIPng
  30. To Enable an IPv6 RIP Process on an Interface
  31. To Configure the IPv6 RIP Routing Process
  32. To Disable Split Horizon Route Loop Prevention Feature
  33. Lesson 5: Configuring OSPFv3
  34. The Protocol Implementation for IPv6 Includes these Characteristics
  35. OSPFv3
  36. Link-Local Addresses Are Used
  37. Multiple OSPFv3 Instance Support
  38. Security
  39. LSA Types for IPv6
  40. To Configure the OSPFv3 Routing Process Parameters
  41. To Define the Router ID for OSPFv3
  42. To Enable an OSPFv3 Instance on an Interface
  43. To Specify the Cost of Sending a Packet on an Interface
  44. To Change the OSPF Priority used in DR Elections
  45. To Define an Area as a Stub or Totally-stub Area
  46. To Summarize Routes at an Area Boundary
  47. To Trigger a New SPF Recalculation and Repopulation of the RIB
  48. Demo – OSPFv3
  49. Lesson 6: Configuring EIGRP for IPv6
  50. EIGRP for IPv6
  51. To Configure the EIGRP for IPv6 Routing Process Parameters
  52. To Define the Router ID of EIGRP for IPv6
  53. To Enable the EIGRP for IPv6 Process
  54. To Enable EIGRP for IPv6 on an Interface
  55. To Identify the Router as a Stub Router
  56. To Configure a Summary Aggregate Address for an Interface
  57. Demo – EIGRP for IPv6
  58. Lesson 7: Multiprotocol BGP (MP-BGP)
  59. Multiprotocol BGP (MP-BGP)
  60. To Configure the MBGP Routing Process Parameters
  61. To Define the BGP Router ID
  62. To Identify Peer BGP Routers
  63. To Configure Routing Sessions that use Standard IPv6 Address Prefixes
  64. To Identify Peer BGP Routers
  65. To Configure Routing Sessions that use Standard IPv6 Address Prefixes
  66. To Identify Peer BGP Routers (cont’d)
  67. To Apply a Route Map to Filter Incoming or Outgoing MBGP Routes
  68. Chapter 08 Summary
  69. Course Closure
  70. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)
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