CCNP Routing and Switching | ROUTE

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Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE)
 
Exam: 300-101
 
Exam Description

Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE 300-101) exam is a certifying exam for the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching and CCDP Certifications. Passing this examination will certify the candidate to have the routing knowledge and skills. Successful candidates certified in using the advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing the scalable and highly secure Cisco routers that can be connected to WANs, LANs, and IPv6. The configuration of extremely secure routing solution to support the branch offices of enterprises and the mobile workers is also covered in this exam

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  • Covers complete blueprint of CCNP Routing and Switching ROUTE track
  • Summarized content
  • Case Study based approach
  • Ready to practice labs on VM
  • 100% passinging guarantee
  • Mind maps
  • Contains Quick Reference Guide (CHEAT SHEET) which helps to revise exams

About this Workbook
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About the Route Exam
How to become CCNP?

Chapter 1: Network Principles
Technology Brief
Process switching
Fast switching
Cisco Express Forwarding Concepts
Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF)
Mind Map
General Network Challenges
Unicast Flooding
Causes
Asymmetric Routing
Symmetric routing flow through the firewall
Support of the Asymmetric routing feature
Out-of-Order Packets
Mind map
IP Operations
ICMP Redirects
IPv4 Fragmentation
IPv4 Packet Header Fragmentation Fields
IPv6 and Fragmentation
Time to Live TTL
TCP Operations
Path MTU
Path MTU Discovery
Maximum Segment Size (MSS)
Latency:
Windowing
Bandwidth Delay Product
Global Synchronization
Mind map
UDP Operations
Changes to the Network
Changes to Routing Protocol Parameters
Routing Protocol Migration
Mind Map


Chapter 2: Layer 2 Technologies
Point-to-Point Protocol PPP
Authentication with PAP:
Lab 2-1: PPP-PAP Authentication
Authentication with CHAP:
Lab 2-2: PPP-CHAP Authentication
Mind Map
PPPoE (Client Side only)
Lab 2-3: PPPoE Client Side Only
Frame Relay
Operation:
Frame Relay Address Mapping
Point-to-point:
Point to Multipoint:


Chapter 3: Layer 3 Technologies
IPv4 Addressing and Sub netting
Address Resolution Protocol:
DHCP Relay and Server:
Determining the Packet Forwarding Address
Relay Agent Information Option
DHCP Protocol Operations:
IP SLAs DHCP Relay Agent Options
IPv6 Addressing and Sub Netting
Unicast:
EUI-64
Neighbour Discovery
Router Advertisement
Neighbor Solicitation Message in IPv6
Auto Configuration SLAAC
DHCP Relay and Server
DHCP Protocol Operations
IPv6 Sub-netting
Static Routing
Lab 3-1: Static Route
Default Routing
Lab 3-2: Default Route
Types of Routing Protocol
Distance Vector Routing Protocol
Link State Routing Protocol
Troubleshooting Passive Interfaces
Lab 3-3: Passive Interface
VRF-Lite:
Lab 3-4: VRF-Lite
Redistribution
Lab 3-5: Route Redistribution
Filtering
Lab 3-6: Route Filtering
Lab 3-7: Policy based Routing:
Sub Optimal Routing
Lab 3-8: Sub Optimal Routing
Route Map
Loop Prevention Mechanism
Lab 3-9: RIPv2
RIP-ng
EIGRP Packets
Mind Map
Lab 3-10: EIGRP Neighbour Relationship and Authentication:
EIGRP Stubs
EIGRP Load Balancing
Lab 3-11: EIGRP Equal Cost Load Balancing:
EIGRP Metrics
Lab 3-12: EIGRP for IPv6
OSPF Packet Type:
OSPF Area Types:
OSPF LSA TYPES:
Lab 3-13: OSPF Neighbour Relationship and Authentication
Lab 3-14: OSPFv3
Mind Map
Border Gateway Routing Protocol
PATH Attributes
Internal and External BGP
Public and Private ASN
Peer Group
BGP STATES
Lab 3-15: BGP IPv4 Authentication
Lab 3-16: BGP IPv6 Authentication


Chapter 4: VPN Technologies
Tunnelling
GRE Tunnel
Characteristics of GRE
Lab 4-1: Configure and Verify GRE
DMVPN
Easy Virtual Networking (EVN)


Chapter 5: Infrastructure Security
AAA using Local Database
AAA using Radius and TACACS+
Lab 5-1: Device Access Control
Mind Map
Access Control List
Lab 5-2: IPv4 Standard ACL
Lab 5-3: IPv4 Extended ACL
Lab 5-4: IPv4 Time-Based ACL
Lab 5-5: IPv6 Traffic Filter
Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding


Chapter 6: Infrastructure Services
Network Time Protocol
NTP Authentication
Syslog
Simple Network Management (SNMP)
Lab 6-1: SNMP, Logging and NTP
Lab 6-2: DHCPv6
Lab 6-3: NAT-Static
Lab 6-4: NAT-Dynamic
Port Address Translation
IPv6 NAT
IP SLAs Operation Types
Tracking
Lab 6-5: Tracking
NetFlow
References

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