Cisco CCNP Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (Switch) v2.0 Series!

Overview: The Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks training is designed to help students prepare for Cisco CCNP(R) certification. The SWITCH course is one of three components in the CCNP curriculum. SWITCH is designed for network engineers with at least one year of professional work experience, who are ready to advance their skills and work independently on complex network solutions. Students will learn to plan, configure and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions using Cisco’s Campus Enterprise Architecture. The course also covers secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice and video traffic into campus networks.

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:
300-115 SWITCH: Learn More about this certification exam.

Series Taught By: Ken Mayer

Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 16
Students can earn up to 16 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 28m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Network Design
  3. Cisco Hierarchical Model
  4. Hierarchical Design (eNotes)
  5. Access Layer
  6. Distribution Layer
  7. Core Layer
  8. Collapsed Core Option
  9. Collapsed Core (eNotes)
  10. Types of Switches
  11. Routed vs. Switched Architecture (eNotes)
  12. Layer 2 Switching
  13. Other Switching Tables
  14. Multilayer Switching at the Access Layer
  15. How the Frame is Re-written at L3
  16. Cisco Distributed Hardware Model
  17. Switching Methods
  18. Switching Methods (eNotes)
  19. Route Caching
  20. Topology-based Switching
  21. What is SDM
  22. The New CDP
  23. Turning on LLDP
  24. Supplying Device Power
  25. What Power Options You Have
  26. What can be Powered?
  27. PoE Standards
  28. PoE (eNotes)
  29. PoE Negotiation
  30. Configuring PoE
  31. Module 01 Review
  32. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 3h 12m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. CAN
  3. VLAN Review
  4. CAM/VLAN (eNotes)
  5. Why VLANs?
  6. Configuring a VLAN
  7. Demo- Basics of VLANs
  8. Trunking
  9. DTP
  10. Demo- Creating a Trunk
  11. Native VLAN
  12. Trunk Connections
  13. VLAN Deployment
  14. Local VLANs
  15. VLAN Types (eNotes)
  16. Voice VLANs
  17. Demo- Configuring a Voice VLAN
  18. Connecting the AP
  19. VTP
  20. VTP Modes (eNotes)
  21. VTP Neighbors
  22. VTP Versions
  23. Demo- Examining VTP
  24. Using DHCP
  25. DHCP Configuration Options
  26. DHCP Commands
  27. Other DHCP Configurations
  28. Demo- Configuring DHCP
  29. DHCP Issues
  30. DHCP and IPv6
  31. SLAAC (eNotes)
  32. DHCP Can Still Be Used
  33. DHCP Use
  34. Demo- Configure Stateless DHCP
  35. Ether Channel
  36. Ether Channel Protocols
  37. Ether Channel Requirements
  38. What Must Match
  39. Demo- Configure Ether Channel
  40. Ether Channel Load Balancing
  41. Demo- Load Balancing EtherChannel
  42. Module 02 Review
  43. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 2h 19m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Spanning Tree
  3. Review STP
  4. Types of STP
  5. STP Operation (eNotes)
  6. BPDU (eNotes)
  7. Types of BPDUs
  8. Electing the Root Bridge
  9. Root Bridge (eNotes)
  10. STP Transition States
  11. PVST
  12. Demo- Verify PVST
  13. Influencing the Root Bridge Election
  14. Changing Cost and Priority (eNotes)
  15. STP Path Manipulation
  16. Demo- STP Path Manipulation
  17. STP Convergence Time
  18. RSTP Port States
  19. Change of Port States
  20. STP Toolkit
  21. STP Security
  22. UplinkFast (eNotes)
  23. BackboneFast (eNotes)
  24. UplinkFast
  25. BackboneFast
  26. PortFast and BPDU Guard (eNotes)
  27. BPDU Filter
  28. Root Guard
  29. Demo- PortFast and BPDU Guard
  30. Unidirectional Problems (eNotes)
  31. Loop Guard
  32. Alternative to Loop Guard
  33. Flex Links
  34. Flex Links (eNotes)
  35. What is MST
  36. MST Design (eNotes)
  37. MST
  38. Migrating to MST
  39. Module 03 Review
  40. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 9m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Inter-VLAN Routing
  3. Router on a Stick
  4. Demo- Router on a Stick
  5. Pros and Cons of an External Router
  6. Using an MLS
  7. SVI (eNotes)
  8. Routed Switch Ports
  9. Demo- SVI
  10. L3 Switch Interface (eNotes)
  11. Requirements for an SVI
  12. EtherChannel on L3
  13. Module 04 Review
  14. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 56m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Advanced Switch Configuration Options
  3. First: Time Setting
  4. Demo- Setting the Clock Manually
  5. NTP
  6. NTP Modes
  7. Example Setup (eNotes)
  8. Demo- Configure NTP
  9. Hierarchy Options of NTP
  10. Demo- Securing NTP
  11. NTP Versions
  12. SNTP
  13. Overview of SNMP
  14. Versions of SNMP
  15. SNMP Best Practices
  16. Steps to Configure SNMPv3
  17. Demo- Configure SNMPv3
  18. What is Cisco IP SLA?
  19. GET IOS IP SLA Diagram (eNotes)
  20. IP SLA Source/Responder
  21. SLA (eNotes)
  22. Demo- SLA Configuration
  23. SLA Operation with Responder (eNotes)
  24. Responder Time Stamps
  25. Demo- Configuring SLA Responder
  26. Introducing SPAN
  27. Terminology
  28. Remote SPAN
  29. Simple Steps to Configure SPAN
  30. Steps to Configure RSPAN
  31. Benefits of a Virtual Switch Chassis
  32. Introducing StackWise
  33. StackWise (eNotes)
  34. Benefits of StackWise
  35. Switch Supervisors
  36. Supervisor Redundancy Modes
  37. Introducing VSS
  38. VSS Benefits
  39. Module 05 Review
  40. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 25m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. L3 FHRP
  3. The Need for FHRP (eNotes) Example of FHRP (eNotes)
  4. HSRP- Topology (eNotes)
  5. Configuration of HSRP (eNotes)
  6. Demo- Configuring HSRP
  7. What is HSRP Pre-empt
  8. HSRP State Transition
  9. HSRP State Transitions
  10. STP and HSRP
  11. Can You Load Share?
  12. Interface Tracking
  13. Tracking Objects (eNotes)
  14. Demo- Configuring Tracking
  15. Tracking Objectives
  16. Authentication
  17. HSRP Timers
  18. HSRP Versions
  19. What is VRRP
  20. VRRP (eNotes)Demo- Configuring VRRP
  21. VRRP Settings
  22. VRRP Authentication
  23. VRRP Tracking
  24. Summary
  25. Introducing GLBP
  26. GLBP Roles
  27. GLBP Election
  28. Overview of GLBP (eNotes)
  29. GLBP Load Sharing
  30. Module 06 Review
  31. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

(Duration: 1h 41m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Security
  3. Security Issues
  4. Switch Security
  5. Best Practice
  6. Rogue Devices
  7. Attacks on Switches
  8. MAC Flooding (eNotes)
  9. Port Security (eNotes)
  10. Demo- Port Security
  11. Port-Errors
  12. Port Based ACL
  13. Storm Control
  14. Demo- Storm Control
  15. AAA Framework
  16. Types of Authentication
  17. RADIUS and TACACS+
  18. RADIUS and TACACS+ (eNotes)
  19. Demo- Configuring TACACS/RADIUS
  20. Limitations of Both
  21. Identity Based Networks
  22. 802.1X
  23. 802.1X (eNotes)
  24. Configuring 802.1X
  25. DHCP Spoofing Attacks (eNotes)
  26. Cisco DHCP Snooping (eNotes)
  27. IP Source Guard
  28. ARP Spoofing (eNotes)
  29. DAI
  30. Switch Spoofing
  31. VLAN Hopping
  32. VACLs
  33. Why PVLANs (eNotes)
  34. PVLAN Port Types
  35. Protected Ports
  36. Module 07 Review
  37. Course Closure
  38. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)
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  • 7 downloadable Pdf Workbooks
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  • Certificate of Completion

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