Pass Your Cisco CCNP Certification Exam – 350-401 ENCOR
Video training course to prepare you for the CCNP ENCOR exam. Please take this course after or alongside the CCNP ENCOR primer course. The CCNP exams are now qualifying you for CCIE labs so this will give you a head-start for your advanced studies.
Cisco CCNP Exam Pass
Brent is just one of many hundreds of students we have trained 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.
Passing the Cisco CCNP Enterprise – ENCOR exam requires substantial effort using training videos, hands-on lab time and CCNP practice tests. Allow around three months per CCNP exam. You can do all of your labs on our live Cisco racks which are available 24/7 or copy the topology into GNS3 and use your own IOS image.
This course prepares you for the below exam. You must pass this (compulsory) and one (optional) exam in order to qualify as a Cisco CCNP engineer. Passing the ENCOR exam qualifies you as a Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Core.
- CCNP ENCOR 350-401
The ENCOR exam focuses on your knowledge of enterprise infrastructure including dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) architecture, virtualization, infrastructure, network assurance, security, and automation. This core exam qualifies you to sit the CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure and CCIE Enterprise Wireless practical lab certifications.
Jay is CCIE 59340, is a seasoned Solution Network Architect/Engineer with 15 years of total experience in IT service management, operations, system integration , network engineering and enterprise architecture. He obtained a Cisco CCIE Data Center certification and holds a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
He currently lives in the Philippines.
|Unit 1||Welcome to the Course|
|Unit 2||Enterprise Architecture|
|Unit 3||WLAN Deployment Design Principles|
|Unit 4||On-Premise vs Cloud Infrastructure Deployment|
|Unit 5||Cisco SD-WAN Principles and Solution Design|
|Unit 6||Cisco SD-Access Principles and Solution Design|
|Unit 7||QoS and its Components|
|Unit 8||Hardware Vs Software Switching Mechanisms|
|Unit 1||Virtualization Technologies|
|Unit 2||Configuring and Verifying Data Path Virtualization Technologies|
|Unit 3||Network Virtualization Concepts|
|Unit 1||Configuration, Verification and Troubleshooting of Static and Dynamic 802.1Q Trunking Protocols and EtherChannels|
|Unit 2||Configure and verify common Spanning Tree Protocols (RSTP and MST)|
|Unit 3||Configure and Verify OSPF Environments (Part 1)|
|Unit 4||Configure and Verify OSPF Environments (Part 2)|
|Unit 5||Configure and Verify OSPF Environments (Part 3)|
|Unit 6||Configure and Verify BGP Environments (Part 1)|
|Unit 7||Configure and Verify BGP Environments (Part 2)|
|Unit 8||Wireless LAN (Part 1)|
|Unit 9||Wireless LAN (Part 2)|
|Unit 10||IP Services (Part 1)|
|Unit 11||IP Services (Part 2)|
|Unit 12||IP Services (Part 3)|
|Module 4||Network Assurance|
|Unit 1||Common Network Troubleshooting Tools|
|Unit 2||Netflow, SPAN, and IP SLA|
|Unit 3||Cisco DNA Center Automation and Assurance|
|Unit 4||NETCONF and RESTCONF|
|Unit 1||Device Access Control|
|Unit 2||Access-lists, COPP and Security REST API|
|Unit 3||WLAN Security Features|
|Unit 4||Lab - WLAN Security|
|Unit 5||Network Security Design (Part 1)|
|Unit 6||Network Security Design (Part 2)|
|Unit 1||Interpret Basic Python Components and Scripts|
|Unit 2||Interpret Basic Python Components and Scripts Part 2|
|Unit 3||JSON and YANG|
|Unit 4||Describe API for Cisco DNA Center|
|Unit 5||Describe API for Cisco vManage|
|Unit 6||Interpret REST API Response Codes and Results|
|Unit 7||Constructing an EEM Applet|
|Unit 8||Chef, Puppet, Ansible, and SaltStack|
|Module 7||Bonus Exams|
|Unit 1||Exam 1|
|Unit 2||Exam 2|