Год выпуска: 2014
Тип материала: Видеоурок
Стоимость: 1999 рублей
This Cisco video training course with Jeremy Cioara covers the material needed for the 300-101 Cisco ROUTE exam with real-world experience and gobs of technical content packed together in one.
Basic understanding of concepts taught in ICND1/ICND2
Cisco IOS image (12.x or 15x) supported by GNS3
Optional: Cisco VIRL, live gear (three 2621XM routers are ideal) or simulators/emulators supporting the technology in the lab may be used instead of GNS3 v1.x.
Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching
Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching
Related job functions:
The worldwide network landscape is continually changing with new technologies being introduced continually. The new revision of the Cisco ROUTE exam is the most information packed addition to the CCNP curriculum experienced to date! By the time you’re done watching, you’ll be ready to configure routing protocols at a master level; grasp the big-picture of worldwide Cisco network design; fill in plenty of “knowledge gaps” left by the CCNA on routing protocols; and confidently sit for the 300-101 exam.
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1. Welcome: Course Overview and Cisco Certification (00:13:37)
If you’ve just opened the Cisco ROUTE course, start here! In this opening Nugget, Jeremy walks through the Cisco Certification programs (answering many common questions) and gives you the tools you need to maximize your experience as you progress through the course.
2. Intro: Technology Connecting Offices (00:23:26)
A route is only as good as the two OSI layers below it! In this Nugget, Jeremy discusses the multiple ways to connect offices in the modern world (MetroEthernet, MPLS, Packet switching, DMVPN, etc…) which lays the foundation for the routes you will build in the rest of the course.
3. Intro: A Focus on GRE and DMVPN (00:32:57)
GRE and DMVPN represents a «gap» in knowledge for most network engineers; many have heard the terms but never fully understood the concept. In this Nugget, Jeremy does a masterful job of cramming together concept and configuration in one action-packed adventure.
4. Intro: Routing Protocol Choices (00:11:44)
It’s time to transition from the physical topology connections into the logical routing world! In this Nugget, Jeremy reviews the «big picture» of routing and covers the high-level view of the four protocols we will discuss in this course: RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP.
5. Intro: IPv6 Review and RIPng (00:25:48)
Reviewing IPv6 is similar to smashing your face on a grassy hill?!? Yes, this will make sense once you watch this Nugget. In here, you’ll review IPv6 addressing types, communication types, and configuration (with a little RIPng thrown in for fun!).
6. EIGRP: Overview, Communication, and Neighbors (00:27:50)
If EIGRP was a sports car… we would drive it! Join Jeremy in this Nugget as he explores the intricacies of the EIGRP protocol. You will learn the advantages of EIGRP over other protocols, the terminology (feasible successor, active routes, etc…), the neighbor relationship process, and the EIGRP metric calculation (K-Value formula)!
7. EIGRP: Base Configuration (00:09:34)
In this Nugget, Jeremy configures a basic, 3-site EIGRP network discussing the best practices around the «network» and «auto-summary» commands.
8. EIGRP: Summary Routes (00:09:35)
In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the quickest way to do summarization (backing out binary digits on a subnet mask) and implements it in an existing EIGRP-based network.
9. EIGRP: Security (00:12:06)
By default, EIGRP is the friendliest routing protocol in town, forming neighbor relationships with anyone speaking the same «autonomous system language.» In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the addition of security to the EIGRP process through passive interfaces and authentication.
10. EIGRP: L2 and L3 MPLS Design (00:08:19)
MPLS has replaced Frame Relay as the «darling of the industry» connection type. In this Nugget, Jeremy discusses the best practice design for implementing EIGRP over a L2 or L3 MPLS architecture.
11. EIGRP: Frame Relay Design (00:12:24)
Yes, Frame Relay IS still around! In this Nugget, Jeremy does a masterful job of reviewing Frame Relay at «ninja-speed,» and then dives into the considerations for running EIGRP over Frame Relay.
12. EIGRP: Frame Relay Point-to-Point Configuration (00:11:14)
Join Jeremy in a fast-paced Nugget demonstrating the configuration of EIGRP over Frame Relay using a point-to-point design.
13. EIGRP: Frame Relay Multipoint Configuration (00:12:09)
Join Jeremy in a fast-paced Nugget demonstrating the configuration of EIGRP over Frame Relay using a multipoint design.
14. EIGRP: Stub Routing (00:08:17)
Everyone say it with me! Stub, stub, and stub. Yes, it’s an odd word to say, but it is a key feature to controlling EIGRP query messages! In this Nugget, Jeremy unpacks the EIGRP Stub feature concepts and configuration.
15. EIGRP: Load Balancing (00:05:58)
Load balancing is pretty awesome, but with EIGRP, it gets even better! EIGRP is the only routing protocol that allows you to implement unequal cost load balancing, which Jeremy demonstrates quite well in this Nugget.
16. EIGRP: IPv6 Configuration (00:06:02)
Is there anything easier than setting up EIGRP for IPv4? Yes, setting it up for IPv6! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through just how simple EIGRP can be.
17. EIGRP: Named Configuration (00:05:55)
It’s the new «IOS-XR-like» flavor of EIGRP configuration: EIGRP Named Configuration! Join Jeremy as he reviews the changes from classic EIGRP.
18. OSPF: Understanding Core OSPF Design (00:08:38)
OSPF design is all based around the concept of «areas,» key dividing points in your network. In this Nugget, Jeremy weaves through a description of multi-area configurations, area border routers (ABRs), autonomous system boundary routers (ASBRs), and virtual links.
19. OSPF: OSPF Neighbor Relationships — The Nitty Gritty (00:10:47)
Understanding the «how» behind OSPF neighbor relationships is an element that separates the average and excellent network engineers. In this Nugget, Jeremy discusses the process (and potential breakdowns) behind the OSPF neighbor relationship.
20. OSPF: DR/BDR Relationships, Neighbor States, and SPF Algorithm (00:18:34)
Get ready to have the «puzzle pieces come together» as Jeremy hits some of the core principles of OSPF operation: DR/BDR election, Neighbor communication and states, and SPF Algorithm (how OSPF generates a routing table).
21. OSPF: Implementing Summarization on ABRs and ASBRs (00:12:16)
In OSPF, summarization capabilities are restricted to two specific router types: ABR and ASBR. In this Nugget, Jeremy demonstrates how to implement summarization on each one.
22. OSPF: Special Area Types (00:14:09)
Stub? Totally stubby? Not-so-stubby? Are these really technical terms? Indeed they are! Join Jeremy through a whirlwind of concept and configuration as you learn the OSPF special area types.
23. OSPF: Virtual Links (00:06:31)
Save the Hi-Chew Candy Corporation! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the concept and configuration of OSPF Virtual Links to bring Hi-Chew Australia into the fold.
24. OSPF: Configuring OSPFv3 (00:07:07)
How do you configure OSPFv3 for IPv6? Does it support the same features? Is Jeremy getting old? The answers to all this and more are found in this Nugget!
25. Redistribution: Understanding Route Redistribution Concepts (00:11:22)
Route redistribution can be awesome, but it can also blow up your network (which is why this is NOT a CCNA-level concept!). In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the «what and why» behind route redistribution, and also addresses key filtering concepts such as prefix lists, route tagging, and adjusting the administrative distance.
26. Redistribution: Configuring Basic Redistribution (00:08:38)
The Nugget title says it all: Jeremy performs a two-way redistribution between RIP and OSPF while at the same time making us very hungry for ham, steak, and eggs.
27. Redistribution: Filtering with Distribution Lists (00:08:21)
Filtering routes during redistribution could save your network from a vicious routing loop. In this Nugget, Jeremy demonstrates how to combine the power of Access Control Lists (ACLs) with Distribution Lists to filter redistributed routes.
28. Redistribution: Prefix List Concepts (00:09:52)
Prefix Lists are an alternative to using ACLs for filtering routes (used primarily with BGP). In this Nugget, you will learn prefix list concepts (they’re a little weird at first) by working through multiple examples with Jeremy.
29. Redistribution: Route-map Concepts and Filtering (00:14:30)
How are the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and route maps similar? We guarantee this Nugget is the only place on the internet where you’ll find the answer to that question. In this Nugget, you’ll learn the basic concepts and syntax behind route-maps — and watch a demonstration of using route-maps to filter redistributed networks!
30. Redistribution: Configuring Redistribution with Prefix Lists (00:07:36)
Prefix lists offer you the flexibility to match routes using a range of subnet masks rather than wildcard masking limitations of ACLs. In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through a very practical concept review and application of prefix lists in route filtering.
31. Path Control: Policy-Based Routing (00:14:36)
You heard it here first: Policy-based Routing (PBR) is the No. 1 most powerful way you can influence traffic going through your Cisco router! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through a practical illustration and demonstration of PBR for two clients choosing an exit ISP.
32. Path Control: Using IP SLA (00:16:09)
In order to trigger the process of finding alternate routes, a router depends on link failure. However, with newer internet connections, those link failures may be difficult to detect. Never fear, IP SLA to the rescue! In this Nugget, Jeremy breaks down IP SLA concepts and walks through a fantastic configuration of configuring ISP redundancy with IP SLA.
33. BGP: Understanding Internet Connection Options (00:18:17)
BGP is not for everyone. Actually, most people in the world should NOT run BGP! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the «typical» internet connections compared to BGP connections, reasons why you should or should not use BGP, and the key facts to know about BGP.
34. BGP: Understanding BGP Neighbor Relationships (00:22:53)
Understanding the neighbor relationship process for ANY protocol is extremely valuable for the initial configuration and troubleshooting purposes. In this Nugget, Jeremy discusses the BGP neighbor formation process and messages and performs a configuration of BGP between two uplink service providers.
35. BGP: Understanding Key BGP Attributes (00:12:25)
BGP attaches characteristics or «attributes» to each of its advertised routes which governs the reachability and quality of the route during the BGP route selection process. In this Nugget, Jeremy unpacks the mandatory and discretionary well-known attributes and explores the BGP route selection process.
36. Miscellaneous Protocols: Understanding and Configuring SNMPv3 (00:11:33)
Minimize your distractions with this Nugget because it moves FAST (no double-speed required)! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the concepts and configuration of SNMPv3 on a Cisco router (even bringing in an SNMP management tool to demonstrate the monitoring capabilities).
37. Miscellaneous Protocols: Understanding and Configuring PPPoE (00:08:55)
Ethernet is typically an «all access» medium. If you can plug into it, you’re good! So what does a DSL carrier do when they have hundreds of subscribers plugging into their shared copper connections running the ethernet protocol? Add PPPoE-based authentication, of course! In this Nugget, Jeremy unpacks PPPoE concepts and presents a configuration snippet sure to move you in the right direction.
38. Miscellaneous Protocols: Cisco Easy Virtual Networking (EVN) (00:12:52)
We have come to the mystical «Easy» Virtual Networking which claims to quickly and easily isolate your internal network environment… but is it really so easy? Join Jeremy as he unpacks this Cisco topic to explore the goal of EVN and take a look under the hood.