Video training course to prepare you for the CCNP ENCOR exam. Please take this course before you embark upon the ENCOR course or after you have taken the Cisco CCNA exam. It will lay a strong foundation for you. The CCNP exams now qualify you to take the CCIE practical labs so the difficulty level has increased. This course will give you a gentle head-start for your advanced studies.
Cisco CCNP Exam Pass
Chris chose us to help him on his Cisco CCNP certification journey. He passed his exams on his first attempt and is now a CCNP engineer. He is just one of many hundreds of students we have trained over the years towards their Cisco CCNP exam.
The Cisco CCNP is a high-level IT certification which allows you to work in senior network support and design positions. You can plan, configure and support advanced network services and protocols or consider becoming a freelance IT consultant.
This course is perfect if you are CCNA level but not quite ready for the arduous CCNP certification. Lay a strong foundation in routing, switching and network security as well as design principles. Take the hands-on labs using our live Cisco racks.
At the end of your course, take the CCNP practice test to check how much you remember. Take it as many times as you like.
CCIE 11372, has been involved with networking since 1996. He has achieved CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, and CCDP certifications and in 2013 he celebrated his 10th anniversary as a CCIE. He currently works in network design, but has also worked in consulting, pre-sales, and engineering for large corporations and Cisco partners.
He currently lives in Virginia (USA) with his wife and three kids. David completed a Master of Science in IT Executive Management from Virginia Commonwealth University in the spring of 2014.
- Over 14 hours of video training
- Instructor guided labs
- Access to members only forum
- Exam vendor – N/A
- Prerequesites – N/A
- Recommended – CCNA
|Network Design Principles
|Enterprise Campus Design
|Cisco Hierarchical Network Model
|Design Considerations: Geography and Apps
|Layer 2/3 Switching
|Network Scalability, Resiliency, and Fault Domains
|High Availability Introduction
|Introduction to Wireless LANs
|Cisco Unified Wireless Solutions
|Wireless LAN Design
|Characteristics of Cloud Computing
|Software Defined Networking
|Designing Quality of Service
|Cisco Express Forwarding
|Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN routing issues
|Spanning Tree I: BPDU Basics and Port States
|Spanning Tree II: Port Types, Cost, Priority, Timers
|RSTP Concepts and Configuration
|MST Concepts and Configuration
|Defining the Concept of IP Multicast
|Using Cisco Diagnostic Tools
|SNMP and IP SLA
|Troubleshoot Device Management (SNMP, Logging, SPAN, etc)
|Policy Based Routing and IP SLA
|Security and Cisco Routers: An Introduction
|Password Management for Remote Connections
|Understanding Privilege Levels
|Introduction to AAA
|Configuring AAA (Part 2)
|Introduction to ACLs
|Wildcards and Network Summarization
|Risk Assessment and Security documents
|Introduction to Firewalls