Cisco 642-813: Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks – SWITCH

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Description

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. Those who achieve CCNP Routing and Switching have demonstrated the skills required in enterprise roles such as network engineer, support engineer, systems engineer or network technician. The routing and switching protocol knowledge from this certification will provide a lasting foundation as these skills are equally relevant in the physical networks of today and the virtualized network functions of tomorrow.

 

Module 1: Introduction
1.1 Intro
1.2 802.1 QVLANS Trunking DTP – Part 1
1.3 802.1 QVLANS Trunking DTP – Part 2
1.4 802.1 QVLANS Trunking DTP – Part 3
1.5 VLAN Trunking Protocol – Part 1
1.6 VLAN Trunking Protocol – Part 2
1.7 Inter – VLAN Routing- Part 1
1.8 Inter – VLAN Routing- Part 2
1.9 ICND1 And ICND2 Review Lab
Module 2: Network Design
2.1 Enterprise Campus Network Design – Part 1
2.2 Enterprise Campus Network Design – Part 2
2.3 Modular Network Design – Part 1
2.4 Modular Network Design – Part 2
2.5 Modular Network Design – Part 3
2.6 Cisco Life Cycle Framework – Part 1
2.7 Cisco Life Cycle Framework – Part 2
2.8 Cisco Life Cycle Framework – Part 3
2.9 Cisco Sona – Part 1
2.10 Cisco Sona – Part 2
Module 3: Switching Concepts
3.1 Enterprise Switching Concepts – Part 1
3.2 Enterprise Switching Concepts – Part 2
3.3 Enterprise Switching Concepts – Part 3
3.4 Enterprise Switching Concepts Lab- Part 1
3.5 Enterprise Switching Concepts Lab- Part 2
3.6 Enterprise Switching Services PVLANS Lab
3.7 Etherchannel
3.8 Etherchannel Lab
Module 4: Protocol
4.1 Spanning Tree Protocol – Part 1
4.2 Spanning Tree Protocol – Part 2
4.3 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
4.4 Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
4.5 Spanning Tree Review Lab
Module 5: Switch Services
5.1 Common Switch Services CEF
5.2 Cisco Express Forwarding
5.3 Common Switch Services Lab – Part 1
5.4 Common Switch Services Lab – Part 2
Module 6: High Availability
6.1 High Availability HSRP
6.2 High Availability HSRP Lab
6.3 High Availability VRRP
6.4 High Availability VRRP Lab
6.5 High Availability GLBP
6.6 High Availability GLBP Lab
6.7 Supervisor Redundancy
Module 7: LAN
7.1 Securing The LAN
7.2 NAC Overview
7.3 Layer 2 Attack Mitigation
7.4 STP Attacks
7.5 Mitigating Layer 2 Attacks
7.6 Port Security Lab
7.7 DHCP Snooping
7.8 DHCP Snooping Lab
7.9 Storm Control
7.10 Storm Control Lab
7.11 Best Practices
7.12 SPAN Port Lab
7.13 Wireless Security Concerns
Module 8: Architecture
8.1 Configuring Advanded Services- Part I
8.2 Wireless Lingo – Part 1
8.3 Wireless Lingo – Part 2
8.4 Received Signal Strength Indicator
8.5 Cisco Wireless Architecture – Part 1
8.6 Cisco Wireless Architecture – Part 2
8.7 Cisco Wireless Architecture – Part 3
8.8 Cisco Wireless Architecture – Part 4
8.9 Cisco Wireless Architecture – Part 5
8.10 Configuring Advanded Services – Part II
8.11 Preparing The Network For Voice
8.12 Enterprise QoS Requirements For Voice
8.13 Network Management
8.14 Outro

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