- Candidates must meet the following course requirements so as to facilitate maximum learning absorption of the lectures presented:
Candidate is required to have a CCNA Certification.
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching certification validates that an individual has the ability to plan, establish, verify and troubleshoot both local and wide area enterprise networks. It will also draw integrity and credibility from other professionals or organizations that a CCNP certificate holder can work interdependently with specialists on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.
The CCNP Routing and Switching certification is a good choice to individuals who have at least one year of networking experience and are ready to improve their technical skills and work independently on a haywire of network challenges and solutions. Earning CCNP Routing and Switching displays the skills needed in organizational roles such as network engineer, support engineer, systems engineer or network technician.
With MITS, the routing and switching protocol knowledge and skills that a participant can obtain as he or she pursues this certification ensures a lasting, active foundation of insights to bring continuous competence in his or her career advancement.
Upon completion of the CCNP Course, participants will have the ability to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot: Complex routed LAN, Routed WAN, Switched LAN networks, Dial Access Services.
- Network Fundamentals
- Course Introduction
- Communicating over the Network
- Application Layer Functions, Concepts and Protocols
- The OSI Transport Layer
- The OSI Network Layer
- Addressing the Network: IPv4
- The OSI Data Link Layer
- The OSI Physical Layer
- Ethernet Introduction – IEEE 802.3
- Planning and Cabling Networks
- Deploying and Testing A Network
- Routing: Its Concepts and Protocols
- Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding
- Static Routing Definition, Concepts and Techniques
- Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols
- RIP Version 1
- VLSM and CIDR
- RIP Version 2
- The Routing Table
- Protocols of Link-State Routing
- LAN Switching and Wireless
- The Hierarchical Network Model of Lan Design
- Fundamentals of Switch Concepts and Configuration
- Fundamentals of Switch Administration and Security
- Port Security
- The VLANs
- The VTP
- The STP
- Routing using Inter-VLAN
- Fundamentals of Wireless, its Concepts and Configuration
- Wan Technologies
- Introduction to Wan
- Scaling IP Addresses
- The PPP
- ISDN and DDR
- Frame Relay
- Introduction to Network Administration
- Overview: Emerging Technologies
WHO NEEDS TO TAKE THIS COURSE:
MITS’ CCNP course training is suitable for the junior network technician who wants to further his or her career credibility, technical knowledge and skills. For those who have an outdated CCNP certification, our CCNP course can function as a refresher to prepare them in their recertification.
Generally, this program is ideal to those individuals who are interested in becoming:
- Network administrators
- Cisco certified engineers
- Support staffs who install, configure, manage and support networks
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