CMDBID: 39352 | Course Code: ROUTE,IP | Duration: 5 Days
Implementing Cisco IP Routing (CI-ROUTE) v1.0 is a five-day course designed to help learners prepare for Cisco CCNP certification. The CI-ROUTE course is a component of the CCNP curriculum.
This course is part of the following Certifications:
Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP)
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
Cisco Certified Internetwork Professional (CCIP)
This CI-ROUTE course is designed to provide professionals of medium-to-large network sites with information on the use of advanced routing in implementing scalability for Cisco routers that are connected to LANs and WANs. The goal is to train professionals to dramatically increase the number of routers and sites using these techniques instead of redesigning the network when additional sites or wiring configurations are added.
The CI-ROUTE training reinforces the instruction by providing learners with hands-on labs to ensure they thoroughly understand how to implement advanced routing within their networks.
Plan and document the configuration and verification of routing protocols and its optimization in enterprise networks
Identify the technologies, components, and metrics of EIGRP to implement and verify EIGRP routing in diverse, large-scale internetworks based on requirements
Identify, analyze, and match OSPF multi-area routing functions and benefits for routing efficiencies in network operations in order to implement and verify OSPF routing in a complex enterprise network
Implement and verify a redistribution solution in a multi-protocol network that uses IOS features to control path selection and loop free topology according to a given network design and requirements
Evaluate common network performance issues and identify the tools needed to provide a layer 3 path control that uses IOS features to control the path
Implement and verify a layer 3 solution using BGP to connect an enterprise network to a service provider
Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.