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Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE)

642-902 ROUTE

This course is focused on practical solutions to Enterprise Network issues.  You’ll be required to configure advanced scenarios in support of Enterprise Networking and you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of connectivity in large-scale networks.  Grading for this course consists of a Written Final and Practical (Hands-on) Final.  Upon completion you’ll be prepared to pass the ROUTE 642-902 Exam.

1.    Routing Services

Traffic conditions in Converged Networks, IIN and SONA Framework, Network Models, Hierarchical Models, ECNM, Implementation Plans, Static Routing, Dynamic Routing, ODR, Classful /Classless Routing, Protocol Metrics, Floating Statics

2.    Configuring EIGRP

Terminology and Operation, Packets, Neighbors, Route Discovery, Advertised Distance, Feasible Distance, EIGRP over Layer 2/3 MPLS,  Load Balancing, Link Utilization, Authentication, Scalability, SIA, Graceful Shutdown

3.    Configuring OSPF

Area structure, Areas, Terminology, Adjacencies, Metric Calculation, Neighbor States, Single Area Configuration, Multi Area Configuration, Router ID, DR/BDR Elections, Behavior over Layer 2/3 MPLS, Virtual Links, Stubby/Totally Stubby and NSSA, Authentication, Troubleshooting

4.    Manipulating Routing Updates

Performance Issues, Multi-Protocol Routing, Redistribution, Route Maps, Distribute Lists, Prefix Lists

5.    Implementing Path Control

Path Control Tools, Offset Lists, Cisco IP SLA’s, IP SLA Operation, Tracking Reachability, Using Policy Based Routing, Cisco IOS Optimized Edge Routing, Virtualization

6.    Configuring BGP for ISP Connectivity

Terminology, Autonomous Systems, BGP between Autonomous Systems, Public IP Address Space, Connection Redundancy, Multihoming, Characteristics, External/Internal  BGP Neighbors, Transit AS / Non-Transit AS, Partial/Full-Mesh BGP, Synchronization, Tables, Message Types, BGP Attributes, Shutdown, Resetting Sessions, BGP Path Manipulation using Route Maps and Filtering

7.    Implementing IPv6 in Enterprise Networks

IPv4 issues, IPv6 Features and Addressing, Address Types, Routing IPv6 Traffic, IPv6 Routing Protocols, static Route Configuration and Verification, RIPng, OSPFv3, EIGRP for IPv6, Transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6, Interface Stacking, Tunneling, Translation

Pre-requisite – Semesters I through IV CCNA at a Cisco Academy or CCNA Certification

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