CCNP

The Cisco® Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certification is an advanced certification recognized industry wide.  CCNPs demonstrate the ability to design, architect, install, configure, troubleshoot and operate complex routed local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), Switched LANs, and Dial Access Services.

Through lectures, demonstrations, discussions, hands-on exercises, and laboratory projects, students are provided information to architect, design, and implement the best internetworking solutions for medium to large networks.  Students perform detailed configuration procedures to build multi-router, multi-layer, multi-group internetworks that use LAN, WAN and switched interfaces for most commonly used routing and routed protocols.  This course also provides detailed installation, configuration, and troubleshooting information that technical support people require to install and configure routed and switched internetworking devices.

The CCNP program provides the best method to prove your command of current Cisco® Routing & Switching products and technologies.  Cisco® Systems Inc, an industry leader in Internetworking, is on the forefront of testing methodology.  The exams are developed to validate the student's mastery of critical competencies.  These include the design, development and implementation and support solutions utilizing Cisco® Internetworking products and technologies.

 Prerequisites

Course Modules

The CCNP Course consists of four modules:

  1. 640-901 Routing
    Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI)

  2. 640-604 Switching
    Building Cisco Multi-layer Switched Networks (BCMSN)

  3. 640-605 Remote Access
    Building Cisco Remote Access Networks (BCRAN)

  4. 640-606 Support
    Cisco Internetwork Troubleshooting Support (CIT)

Module One - Building Scalable Networks

Goals:

This course is recommended as preparation for Cisco®'s Routing 2.0 Exam.  The course will provide instructor led training and hands-on labs for the purpose of developing Multi-Area Networks.  Labs will include connection of Cisco® routers using various scalable routing protocols.  Students will also become familiar with various routing principles such as optimizing routing updates and using Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM).

Objectives:

Students will obtain the following skill sets:

Labs and Exercises:

Basic Router Commands:

Module Two - Building Multi-layer Switched Networks

Goals:

This course is recommended as preparation for the Cisco® Switching exam.  The course will provide instructor led training and hands-on labs for the purpose of developing LAN switching and VLANs.  Labs will include connection of Cisco® routers and switches for the purpose of implementing integrated routing and bridging.  Students will also become familiar with security issues and industry standards

Objectives:

Students will obtain the following skill sets:

Module Three - Building Remote Access Networks

Goals:

This course is recommended as preparation for the Cisco® Remote Access exam.  The course will provide instructor led training and hands-on labs for the purpose of developing layer 2 and layer 3 Local Area Networks, and Wide Area Networks.  Labs will include connection of Cisco® routers and switches via Ethernet, and Serial connections.  Students will become familiar with network security.

Objectives:

Students will obtain the following skill sets:

Module Four - Internetworking Troubleshooting

Goals:

This course is recommended as preparation for the Cisco® Internetworking Troubleshooting exam.  The course will provide instructor led training and hands-on labs for the purpose of building, breaking and repairing local and wide area networks.  Students will use a variety of troubleshooting and repairing techniques.

Objectives:

Students will obtain the following skill sets:

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