Course in Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks

HBF IT EDUCATION SERVICES
In Bangalore

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#70/1, 2nd Floor, Dr.Brownamma Towers 2nd Cross, Mission Road, CSI Compund, Opp: HCG Hospital, 560027, Karnataka, India
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Structure 1: Network Requirements
Unit 1: Describing Network Requirements
· Elucidate the Cisco conceptual network models, such as Cisco Enterprise Architectures plus the Cisco hierarchical network model
· Elucidate the Cisco Enterprise Composite Network Model
· Elucidate the traffic conditions in a converged network
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Structure 2: Configuring EIGRP
Unit 1: Introducing EIGRP
· Elucidate the key capabilities that distinguish EIGRP from other routing protocols
· Identify the four key technologies employed by EIGRP
· Elucidate how EIGRP operates
· Elucidate the five components of the metric used by EIGRP
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Unit 2: Implementing plus Checking EIGRP
· Elucidate the s used in a basic EIGRP configuration task
· Elucidate how to arrange a router to use wildcard masks to select the interfaces plus networks that will participate in EIGRP routing
· Arrange the last-resort gateway or default route
· Check that the router recognizes EIGRP neighbors plus routes
· Check EIGRP operations
Unit 3: Configuring Advanced EIGRP Options
· Elucidate why administrators may need to use manual route summarization over default automatic route summarization
· Arrange route summarization
· Elucidate the features of load balancing across equal paths
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Unit 4: Configuring EIGRP Authentication
· Elucidate router authentication
· Elucidate the Message Digest 5 (MD5) authentication used in EIGRP
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Unit 5: Using EIGRP in an Enterprise Network
· Elucidate factors affecting scalability in large internetworks
· Elucidate how EIGRP uses queries to update its routing tables in the event that a route is lost plus there is no feasible successor
· Elucidate how to mark the spokes of large network as stubs to reduce EIGRP queries plus thus improve network scaling
· Elucidate why stuck-in-active (SIA) connections occur
· Elucidate how to minimize active routes
· Elucidate how graceful shutdown prevents loss of packets when routers go down

Structure 3: Configuring OSPF
Unit 1: Introducing the OSPF Protocol
· Elucidate link-state routing protocols
· Elucidate the two-tier hierarchy structure of OSPF
· Elucidate how routers running a link-state routing protocol establish neighbor adjacencies with their neighboring routers
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Unit 2: OSPF Packet Types
· Elucidate the five OSPF packet types
· Elucidate how OSPF neighbor adjacencies are established
· Elucidate the process of exchanging plus synchronizing the link-state databases (LSDBs, or topology tables) between routers
· Elucidate how OSPF maintains synchronization of the LSDBs (topology tables) of all routers in the network
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Unit 3: Configuring OSPF Routing
· Elucidate the procedure to arrange basic single-area plus multiarea OSPF
· Arrange a router ID
· Check the OSPF router ID
· Check an OSPF configuration
Unit 4: OSPF Network Types
· Elucidate the three types of networks Elucidated by OSPF
· Elucidate the adjacency behavior for point-to-point serial links
· Elucidate the adjacency behavior for a broadcast network link
· Elucidate how OSPF routers apply conditions to the OSPF priority values of the other routers during the hello packet exchange process to elect a designated router (DR) plus backup designated router (BDR)
· Elucidate the adjacency behavior for an nonbroadcast multiaccess network (NBMA) network
· Elucidate the configuration options for OSPF over Frame Relay
· Elucidate how to arrange an NBMA topology in an OSPF over Frame Relay network
· Elucidate how to track OSPF adjacencies
Unit 5: Link-State Advertisements
· Elucidate the different OSPF router types
· Elucidate OSPF virtual links
· Elucidate the LSAs Elucidated by OSPF
· Elucidate how to interpret the OSPF LSDB plus routing table
· Arrange OSPF LSDB overload protection
· Change the cost metric from default values
Unit 6: Configuring OSPF Route Summarization
· Elucidate the functions of interarea route summarization plus external route summarization
· Elucidate how to arrange route summarization in OSPF
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Unit 7: Configuring OSPF Special Area Types
· Elucidate the OSPF area types
· Arrange OSPF stub areas
· Arrange OSPF totally stubby areas
· Interpret information shown on routing tables for stub areas plus totally stubby areas
· Arrange OSPF NSSAs
· Check all types of OSPF stub areas
Unit 8: Configuring OSPF Authentication
· Elucidate the two types of authentication used in OSPF
· Arrange simple password authentication
· Arrange MD5 authentication
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Structure 4: The IS-IS Protocol
Unit 1: Introducing IS-IS plus Integrated IS-IS Routing
· Elucidate IS-IS routing plus some of the ways in which IS-IS is used
· Elucidate the features of Integrated IS-IS routing
· Elucidate the principles plus issues of Integrated IS-IS design
· Elucidate the features of the End System-to-Intermediate System (ES-IS) protocol
· Elucidate how to differentiate among the four OSI routing levels
· Elucidate the similarities plus differences between IS-IS plus OSPF
Unit 2: Performing IS-IS Routing Operations
· Elucidate the features of plus applications for network service access point (NSAP) addresses
· Elucidate the features of plus applications for network entity title (NET) addresses
· Elucidate routing levels that are associated with IS-IS
· Elucidate the features of intra-area plus interarea addressing plus routing
· Elucidate the different IS-IS network types plus the considerations for selecting broadcast or point-to-point modes when implementing IS-IS in ATM plus Frame Relay networks
· Elucidate the features of a broadcast networks
· Elucidate the levels of LSPs plus Is-Is Hellos (IIHs)
· Elucidate the types of LSDB synchronization
Unit 3: Configuring Basic Integrated IS-IS
· Elucidate the requirement for Connectionless Network Service (CLNS) addressing even when using IP in an IS-IS environment
· Elucidate the configuration process for Integrated IS-IS in an IP environment
· Elucidate how to optimize IS-IS operation
· Elucidate how to arrange route summarization in IS-IS
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Structure 5: Manipulating Routing Updates
Unit 1: Operating a Network Using Multiple IP Routing Protocols
· Elucidate the need to use multiple IP routing protocols
· Elucidate route redistribution
· Identify the seed metrics that are used by various routing protocols
Unit 2: Configuring plus Checking Route Redistribution
· Elucidate the steps necessary to arrange route redistribution
· Elucidate how to redistribute routes into Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
· Elucidate how to redistribute routes into OSPF
· Elucidate how to redistribute routes into EIGRP
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Unit 3: Controlling Routing Update Traffic
· Elucidate how to arrange a passive interface
· Elucidate how to arrange route filtering using distribute Elucidates
· Elucidate how to implement the distribute Elucidate route-filtering technique
· Elucidate the functionality of route maps
· Elucidate how to use the route-map to Elucidate the conditions for route filtering plus redistribution
· Elucidate how to implement route maps with route redistribution
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Unit 4: Implementing Advanced Cisco IOS Features: Configuring DHCP
· Elucidate the function plus purpose of DHCP
· Elucidate how to enable the DHCP server on a Cisco IOS device
· Elucidate how to arrange DHCP options
· Elucidate how to enable DHCP relay
· Elucidate how to arrange a Cisco IOS Ethernet interface as a DHCP client
· Elucidate why plus how to control broadcast packets plus which protocols are forwarded with an IP helper address
Structure 6: Implementing BGP
Unit 1: Elucidating BGP Concepts plus Terminology
· Elucidate connectivity between an enterprise network plus an ISP that requires the use of BGP, including a description of the issues that arise when an enterprise decides to connect to the Internet through multiple ISPs
· Elucidate BGP multipoint options
· Elucidate how BGP routes between autonomous systems
· Elucidate how BGP uses path-vector functionality
· Elucidate the features of BGP in terms of deployment, enhancements over other distance vector routing protocol plus database types
· Elucidate the functionality of each BGP message type
Unit 2: Elucidating EBGP plus IBGP
· Elucidate terms used to Elucidate BGP routers plus their relationships
· Elucidate the requirements for establishing an external BGP (EBGP) neighbor relationship
· Elucidate the requirements for establishing an internal BGP (IBGP) neighbor relationship
· Elucidate why IBGP route propagation requires all routers in the transit path in an autonomous system (AS) to run IBGP
Unit 3: Configuring Basic BGP Operations
· Elucidate how to initiate basic BGP configuration
· Elucidate how to activate a BGP session for external plus internal neighboring routers
· Elucidate how to administratively shut down plus re-enable a BGP neighbor
· Elucidate what needs to be considered when configuring BGP
· Elucidate BGP neighbor states
· Elucidate how to arrange MD5 authentication on the BGP TCP connection between two routers
· Elucidate how to troubleshoot BGP
Unit 4: Selecting a BGP Path
· Elucidate the characteristics of BGP attributes
· Elucidate the characteristics of the AS path attribute
· Elucidate the characteristics of the next-hop attribute
· Elucidate the characteristics of the origin attribute
· Elucidate the characteristics of the local preference attribute
· Elucidate the characteristics of the MED attribute
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Unit 5: Using Route Maps to Manipulate Basic BGP Paths
· Elucidate how to set local preference with route maps
· Elucidate how to use route maps to set the BGP MED attribute
· Elucidate a typical enterprise BGP implementation

Structure 7: Implementing Multicast
Unit 1: Elucidateing Multicast
· Elucidate the concept of an IP multicast group
· Elucidate the types of multicast addresses
Unit 2: IGMP plus Layer 2 Issues
· Elucidate how IGMPv2 manages which groups are active or inactive on a particular subnet
· Elucidate how IGMPv3 manages which groups are active or inactive on a particular subnet
· Elucidate IGMP snooping operation
Unit 3: Elucidateing Multicast Routing Protocols
· Elucidate a multicast network in terms of the IP routing protocols used over various segments
· Elucidate multicast distribution trees: source trees plus shared trees
· Elucidate IP multicast routing
· Elucidate how each of the PIM modes forwards multicast traffic
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Unit 4: Multicast Configuration plus Verification
· Elucidate how to enable PIM sparse-dense mode on an interface
· Elucidate how to check IGMP snooping

Structure 8: Implementing IPv6
Unit 1: Introducing IPv6
· Elucidate how IPv6 deals with the limitations of IP version 4 (IPv4)
· Elucidate the features of IPv6 addressing
Unit 2: Defining IPv6 Addressing
· Elucidate the structure of IPv6 headers in terms of format plus extension headers
· Show how an IPv6 address is represented
· Elucidate the three address types used in IPv6
Unit 3: Implementing Dynamic IPv6 Addresses
· Elucidate how Ethernet MAC addresses can be used to generate a 64-bit interface ID for the host
· Elucidate how IPv6 improves multicast
· Elucidate how IPv6 simplifies mobile IP connections
Unit 4: Using IPv6 with OSPF plus Other Routing Protocols
· Elucidate the modifications that need to be made to existing routing protocols in IPv6 networks
· Elucidate how OSPF for IPv6 works
· Elucidate the similarities plus differences between OSPF for IPv6 to OSPFv2
· Elucidate the differences between OSPF LSA types used with IPv4 plus IPv6
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Unit 5: Using IPv6 with IPv4
· Elucidate each of the transition mechanisms used by IPv6 network traffic to transit IPv4 networks
· Elucidate how IPv6-over-IPv4 encapsulation (tunneling) works plus Elucidate how to express IPv4 addresses in IPv6 format


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