CCNP

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

About the Course

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification is ideally suited for individuals who have a minimum of one year working experience. The course provides advanced knowledge on networking by covering topics such as routing and switching protocol, required for physical and virtual networks. At the end of the course, students learn to plan, implement, verify and troubleshoot LAN & WAN and can work independently on complex network solutions.

Course Features

  • Course Duration – 120 hours
  • Preparation for 300–101 ROUTE, 300–115 SWITCH and 300–135 TSHOOT exam
  • Course completion certificate

Course Outline:

  • CCNP Route:
    • Dynamic routing with EIGRP
    • Dynamic routing with OSPF
    • Dynamic routing with BGP
    • IPv6 routing
    • Route redistribution and filtering
  • CCNP SWITCH:
    • VLAN, VTP & STP
    • L3 switching
    • EtherChannel
    • Router redundancy
    • Voice communication
    • Wireless LAN & communication between Wired & Wireless LAN
    • Switch security & VLAN security
  • CCNP TSHOOT:
    • Cisco IOS troubleshooting tools & methodologies
    • Troubleshooting VLAN & STP
    • Troubleshooting IPv4 & IP v6 network
    • Troubleshooting Static & dynamic routing

Course Benefits

1. CCNP professionals become proficient in:

  • Cisco’s switches and routers
  • Network security
  • Planning, implementing and troubleshooting local and wide-area enterprise network
  • Executing and managing connections for remote sites, running on WAN
  • Building and troubleshooting physical and virtual networks