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Course: Cisco CCNP Route (300-101): The Complete Course

Cisco CCNP Route (300-101): The Complete Course

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About this Course

The CCNP Route 300-101 certification is the next step in your professional Cisco Career. 

When you complete this course you should be well prepared to take your certification exam and begin to join the professional world of Cisco Systems.

This certification is but one of three needed to obtain the highly sought after CCNP Routing & Switching cert. Not only will this be a mile stone in your IT career but it is also sought after by companies around the world that require a higher level of routing; the Professional Level.

DISCLAIMER:  Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course. It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with. The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator or live equipment of their choice to study along with this course.

This course will teach you the advance topics needed for IP's among many others. 

How to configure Security using Time Based Access-list, Infrastructure Access-lists and IPsec.

You will learn how to filter routes, create prefix lists and so much more. 

This course will give the knowledge required, no only to pass the CCNP Route exam, but it will give guidance in real world scenarios as well.

The CCNP Route (300-101): The Complete Course, will be the only course you will need to prepare and pass your CCNP Route certification exam.

Who is the target audience?

  • Students that have passed or will pass the CCNA certification exam
  • Anyone with a CCNA certification and wants to advance to the professional level which is the CCNP
  • Anyone that wants to advance their Cisco career with a professional certification
  • Anyone that is in the field and needs to understand the higher levels or professional levels, Cisco protocols covered within the CCNP
  • Anyone that wants to advance into Networking beyond just the fundamentals
Basic knowledge
  • Candidates for this course should know the basics of Routing protocols, subnetting and configuring in the CLI of a the Router
  • Student should have passed the CCNA certification or are in the process of passing the CCNA R/S certification before attempting to take this course
  • Students should have a CCNP Route book to follow along with the course
  • Students should know that this course is one (1) of three (3) needed to pass and attain the CCNP R/S certification
  • Remember that Cisco will not allow anyone to advance to the professional level (CCNP), without first achieving the CCNA!
What you will learn
  • Students will learn what is required to pass the CCNP Route certification exam
  • At the end of this course, students should be knowledgeable in topics of the CCNP Route certification
  • Students will be able to apply the topics in this course in real world scenarios
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 91
Common duration: 11:24:08
CCNP Route 300-101 Course
  • Introduction to the CCNP Route 300-101 Course  
Routing Protocol Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Section 2  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Role of Routing  

    In this lecture students will learn about the different types of roles the routing plays in an Enterprise Network and should be able to define each one.

  • which Routing Protocol should I use?  

    In this lecture students will learn what routing protocol would be the best fit in their topology. You should be able to choose between and IGP or EGP routing protocol depending on the placement of the router.

  • Int. and Ext. Routing Protocols  

    In this lecture students will acquire a detailed understanding of both an IGP and EGP routing protocols.

  • Different categories of routing protocols  

    In this lecture students will gain a more in depth understanding on the differences of Distance Vector and Link State routing protocols.

  • Summary of Section 2  

    In this lecture we will review all that we have learned in Section 2 of the course.

Fundamentals of Networking Technology
  • Introduction to Section 3  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section.

  • Network Traffic Types  

    In this lecture students will learn the difference between the Unicast, Multicast, Broadcast and Anycast types of Traffic.

  • Network Architecture Types  

    This Lecture will show you the difference between Point-to-Point, Broadcast and NBMA Networks, to gain a better understanding of their logic.

  • Summary of Section 3  

    In this lecture we will review all that we have learned in Section 3 of the course.

TCP/IP Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Section 4  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Characteristics of an IP  

    In this lecture I will be breaking down the IPv4 and IPv6 Packet Header Format, so you can get a better understanding of the topic.

  • A Review on Routing  

    In this lecture we will review the basics of how a packet gets form point A to point B. We will then discuss how Asymmetric Routing works and describe what MTU and ICMP roles play.

  • Characteristics of TCP  

    In this lecture you will learn what the characteristics of TCP are by describing the Three Way handshake, TCP Sliding Window and Out of Order Delivery

  • Characteristics of UDP  

    In this lecture we will learn about the UDP protocols by describing its RTP layer 4 Protocol and its helper LLQ

  • Summary of Setion 4  
Strategies on How to Migrate a Network
  • Introduction to Section 5  

    This Lecture explains the topics we will cover in the section.

  • Routing Protocol Changes  

    In this lecture we will see how we would change from one routing protocol to another with very little down time.

  • Migrating to IPv6  

    In this lecture we will discuss how we can easily migrate to IPv6 without loosing connectivity or interoperability with our devices.

  • STP Migration  

    In this lecture we will be discussing the different types of STP we can use or migrate too.

  • Migrating to Virtual Networking  

    In this lecture we will discuss the different virtualization options such as VMware, Hyper-V, VRF"s, or Ciscos Easy Virtual Network.

  • Summary of Section 5  
Remote Connectivity
  • Introduction to Section 6  

    This Lecture explains the topics we will cover in the section.

  • MPLS Based VPN  

    IN this lecture you will get a more detailed explanation into layer2 VPN's

  • Summary of Section 6  

    In this section I will discuss the topics learned in the section.

MPLS VPN Breakdown
  • Introduction to Section 7  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Layer 2 MPLS VPN Lab  

    IN this lecture you will get a more detailed explanation into layer2 VPN's

  • Layer 3 MPLS VPN Lab  

    In this lecture you will get a more detailed explanation into layer3 VPN's

  • GRE Tunnel Labs  

    In this lecture you will learn how to create a GRE Tunnel.

  • Summary of Section 7  

    In this lecture we will review topics discussed

GRE DMVPN NHRP and IPSec
  • Introduction to Section 8  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • DMVPN  

    In this lecture you are going to learn how to do a DMVPN.

  • MultiPoint GRE  

    In this lecture you will acquire an understanding of what a GRE is and its configurations.

  • NHRP  

    In this lecture you will acquire an insight in NHRP when using DMVPN's

  • Security using IPSec  

    In this lecture you will understand the different components the makes up IPsec, it's modes and example configuration.

  • Summary of Section 8  
IPv6 Review and RIPng
  • Introduction to Section 9  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • The Beginning of IP Addresses  

    In this lecture we will be speaking on a brief history of IP Addresses.

  • IPv4 to IPv6  

    In this lecture we will be discussing the basic Differences between IPv4 to IPv6.

  • Types of IPv6 Addresses  

    In this lecture we will go over an IPv6 overview for the following:

    Unicast, Unique Local Link Local, Multicast and other special IPv6 addresses, Layer 2 addressing and mapping, DAD and finally Inverse Neighbor Discovery.


  • Configuring an IPv6 Address  

    In this video we will be configuring IPv6 addresses on Cisco router interfaces.

  • Using the RIPng Lab  

    In this lecture you will be learning how to configure RIP for IPv6.

  • Summary of Section 9  

    In this lecture we will be reviewing topics learned

EIGRP on Cisco Routers
  • Introduction to Section 10  

    This Lecture explains the topics that will be covered in this section.

  • The basics of EIGRP  

    In this lecture you will learn the Fundamentals of EIGRP.

  • Creating Neigbors using EIGRP  

    In this lecture you will learn how to create neighbors using EIGRP.

  • Neighborships over WAN  

    In this lecture we will be looking at how we can create neighbor relationships over different types of WAN technologies.

  • Summary of Section 10  

    In this lecture we will be reviewing the topics learned.

Advanced EIGRP Concepts
  • Introduction to Section 11  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section.

  • Building the EIGRP Topology Table  

    In this lecture we will learn how to seed the EIGRP topology table, EIGRP update message, update process, WAN issues for EIGRP topology exchange, S;lit Horizon on Frame relay multi-point Sub interfaces and EIGRP Bandwidth Control.

  • Building the IP Routing Table  

    Calculation the Metrics:

    Feasible Distance and Reported Distance, EIGRP Metric Tuning, Unequal Metric route load sharing

  • Optimizing EIGRP Convergence  

    In this lesson you will learn fast convergence to FS, converging by going Active Stuck to Active

  • Route Filtering  

    In this section you will learn Route Filtering

  • Summary of Section 11  

    In this section we will be reviewing topics learned

Named EIGRP
  • Introduction to Section 12  

    In this section we will look at EIGRP for IPv6 and Named EIGRP.

  • EIGRP for IPv6  

    In this lecture we will discuss the differences of EIGRP for IPv4 and EIGRP for IPv6.

  • Named EIGRP  

    In this lecture you will learn about Named EIGRP Hierarchical Structures, Traditional EIGRP and Named EIGRP configurations compared.

  • Summary of Section 12  

    In this section we will be reviewing topics learned

Fundamentals OSPF Concepts
  • Introduction to Section 13  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • OSPF Review  

    OSPF Link State concepts, configuration review, Verification Review and summary of features

  • OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on LAN's  

    Enabling OSPF Neighbor Discovery on LANs, Settings that must match for OSPF to create Neighbors.


  • Virtual Links Lab  

    Understanding OSPF Virtual Link Concepts, configuring OSPF Virtual links and Verifying the OSPF virtual link


  • Summary of Section 13  

    In this lecture will be discussing topics learned

Advanced OSPF Concepts
  • Introduction to Section 14  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Route Filtering Lab  

    In this lecture we will learn to filter type 3 LSA, also filtering OSPF routes added to the routing table

  • OSPF Route Summarization  

    In this lecture we will learn about manual summarization of ABR's and ASBR's

  • Default Route and Stub Areas  

    Domain Wide defaults using default-information originate command and Stubby Areas


  • OSPFv3  

    In this lecture we will learn how to configure OSPFv3, and compare the traditional OSPF to OSPFv3

  • Summary of Section 14  

    In this lecture we will be discussing topics learned

Route Redistribution
  • Introduction to Section 15  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Route Redistribution Basics  

    In this lecture we will gain a better understanding of the need for Route Redistribution, its concepts and Processes

  • Redistribution Between EIGRP and OSPF  

    In this lecture you will learn how to redistribute into OSPF normally and with minimal parameters, setting OSPF metrics on redistributed routes, LSAs and metrics for External Type 2 routes.

    Redistributing into OSPF as E1 Routes, A brief comparison of E1 and E2 routes and External Routes in NSSAs.


  • Redistribution route maps with DL's  

    In this lecture you will learn an overview of using route maps with redistribution, Filtering redistributed routes with route maps, setting metrics when redistributing, setting external route type and redistribution filtering with the distribute-list command.

  • Summary of Section 15  

    In this lecture we will discuss topics learned

Route Selection
  • Introduction to Section 16  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Policy Base Routing  

    In this lecture you will learn how to match the packet and set the route PBR Configuration

  • IP Service Level Agreement  

    In this lecture you will learn how to match the packet and set the route PBR Configuration

  • Summary of Section 16  

    In this lecture we will review topics discussed.

Fundamentals of BGP Concepts
  • Introduction to Section 17  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Intro to BGP  

    In this lecture you will gain an understanding of BGP basics, BGP ASNs and the AS_SEQ Path Attribute

    Internal and External BGP, Public and Private ASNs.

  • External and Internal BGP  
  • Verifying the BGP Table  

    In this lecture we will learn about the BGP update messages, Examine the BGP table and view subsets of the BGP table

  • Summary of Section 17  

    In this lecture we will be reviewing topics covered

Route Protocol Authentication
  • Introduction to Section 18  

    This Lecture explains the topics covered in the section

  • Authentication Methods  

    In this lecture you will gain an understanding of plain text authentication, Hashing Authentication and key chains

  • EIGRP Authentication  

    EIGRP for IPv4 Authentication


    EIGRP for IP6 Authentication


    Named EIGRP Authentication


  • OSPF Authentication  

    In this lecture you will learn OSPFv2 authentication, OSPFv2 MD5 authentication and OSPFv3 authentication

  • BGP Authentication  

    In this lecture you will learn,IPv4 BGP Authentication, IPv6 BGP Authentication

  • Summary of Section 18  

    In this lecture we will review topics covered


Course Summary
  • Summary of Course  

    In this lecture we will review what we covered in the entire course

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