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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
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Summary:
The Cisco BCMSN 642-811 series is designed to help learners prepare and take the qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP® as well as the Cisco Certified Design Professional CCDP® certifications. The BCMSN exam (642-811) will test materials covered under the new Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN) CCNP course. The exam will certify that the successful candidate has important knowledge and skills necessary to build scalable multilayer switched networks; create and deploy a global intranet, and implement basic troubleshooting techniques in environments that use Cisco multilayer switches for client hosts and services. The exam covers topics on switching technology, implementation and operation, planning and design, and troubleshooting.

Certification:
BCMSN 642-811

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the Cisco BCMSN 642-811 exam or for anyone who wants to learn more about networking.

Features:
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Topics included in this course:
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Switched Networks, VLANs, and Trunks 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Spanning Tree Protocol 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Enhancements to STP 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Multilayer Switching 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Availability and Redundancy 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Multicasts
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Network Quality of Service 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : QOS Configuration and Verification 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : MLS Optimization and Security 
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Metro Ethernet
Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Practice Exams

Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Switched Networks, VLANs, and Trunks 
Summary:
This course explains Cisco's design philosophy for creating scalable campus networks, including Cisco's old three-layer hierarchical model and Cisco's new Enterprise Model design. The different types of Layer 2 and Layer 3 solutions, including the different Ethernet media types, are compared and contrasted. This course also explains how to put a basic configuration on a Catalyst switch, and defines and explains VLANs, trunking, and the Virtual Trunk Protocol (VTP). All three of these areas play an integral part in the setup of VLANs in a network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Use the Enterprise Composite Network Model to design networks
Compare and contrast Layer 2 switches, routers, Layer 3 switches, and multilayer switches
Compare and contrast Ethernet technologies
Compare, configure, and troubleshoot dynamic and static VLANs and ISL trunking protocols
Configure and troubleshoot trunks and pruning
Describe the three different VTP modes

Topics:
Network Design
Enterprise Network Model
Network Devices
Network Media Types
Switching Roles in Network Design
CatOS and IOS Comparison and Switch Configuration
Switch Troubleshooting
Converting CatOS to IOS and SFM Connectivity
Advantages of Virtual LANs
VLAN Implementations and Assignment of Users
Frame Tagging VLAN Information and Protocols
Dynamic Trunk Protocol Configuration
VLAN Trunk Protocol
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Spanning Tree Protocol 
Summary:
This course explains the function of transparent bridges. It also details the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), including its components, operation, configuration, and troubleshooting.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify the three main functions of a transparent bridge
Articulate how Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs) are used
Describe how the root switch is elected and how the root and designated ports are chosen
Identify the states a port goes through when STP is running and how long convergence can take
Compare and contrast CST and PVST
Configure and verify STP on your Catalyst switch

Topics:
Transparent Bridging
Introduction to the STP Algorithm
STP Components and Operation
Running the STP Algorithm
Spanning Trees STP Implementation
Configuring and Verifying STP
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Enhancements to STP 
Summary:
This course discusses some of the enhancements to STP to help it scale better in large Layer 2 networks. Those features covered in depth include PortFast, UplinkFast, BackboneFast, Rapid STP, STP Guard features, and EtherChannels.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Enable PortFast, UplinkFast, and BackboneFast
Use RSTP to scale Layer 2 networks
Describe the differences between CST, PVST, and MST
Describe the EtherChannel operation and configuration
Identify when to use Root Guard, UDLD, and Loop Guard to prevent ST misconfigurations
Troubleshoot STP problems as well as the use of debug commands

Topics:
PortFast Performance Enhancement to STP
UplinkFast Performance Enhancement to STP
BackboneFast Performance Enhancement to STP
Rapid STP Enhancements
Multiple Spanning Tree
EtherChannels Technology
Configuring EtherChannels
Other STP Enhancement Features
Additional STP Troubleshooting Tips and Tools
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Multilayer Switching 
Summary:
This course explains VLANs contain broadcasts, which enable switched networks to be scaled to much larger sizes. To pass traffic between VLANs (different subnets), a Layer 3 device, such as a traditional router or multilayer switch, is needed. This course provides both a traditional approach to this issue, using external routers, as well as multilayer switching (MLS) with internal routers.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the issues when routing between VLANs
Configure routing between VLANs on an internal RP using routed and SVI interfaces
Configure routing between VLANs on a router-on-a-stick
Identify centralized, distributed, and topology-based switching
Use, enable, and verify CEF operation, NetFlow, and CEF switching
Articulate the fields rewritten in hardware in the Ethernet frame and IP packet

Topics:
Routing Considerations When Implementing VLANs
Configuring an Internal Route Processor
Configuring and Verifying an External Route Processor
Multilayer Switching Technology
Multilayer Switching Implementation
Address Tables and Switching Decisions
Multilayer Switching Using CEF Switching
CEF Verification and Troubleshooting
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Availability and Redundancy 
Summary:
This course focuses on, and provides solutions for, three types of availability and redundancy: hardware, Layer 2, and Layer 3.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
List the similarities and differences between RPR and RPR+
Use uplink interfaces for redundant switch connections
Describe the different methods of default gateway redundancy
Articulate the HSRP components, its operation, and configuration
Identify the components and operation of VRRP

Topics:
Introduction to Availability and Redundancy
Hardware Redundancy Capabilities
Layer 2 Redundancy Design Methods
Layer 3 Redundancy Issues
HSRP Protocol Introduction
HSRP Configuration and Verification
SRM and VRRP Protocols
Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
Server Load Balancing
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Multicasts
Summary:
This course differentiates between network traffic types. It also details the traffic and bandwidth characteristics required when designing a scalable network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Use multicast addresses
List the similarities and differences between IGMPv1, v2, and v3
Describe the differences between PIM sparse and dense modes
Configure and verify PIM

Topics:
Overview of Traffic Types
Multicast Addressing
Client Registration and IGMPv1
IGMPv2 Features and Improvements
IGMPv3 Source Filtering
Multicast Traffic Routing
Dense and Sparse Mode Routing Protocols
Protocol Independent Multicast
Multicasting and Switches
Basic PIM Configuration and Designated Routers
Configuring Rendezvous Points
Configuring PIMv2 and CGMP
Verifying a Multicast Configuration
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Network Quality of Service 
Summary:
This course discusses IP telephony and some of its issues and solutions. It then delves into QoS, discussing QoS components, architecture, and implementation. The course also presents the management of congestion with queuing, conditioning traffic, and Campus QoS.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify issues with IP telephony
Describe QoS issues and prioritization
Differentiate the methods of classifying, marking, and queuing traffic
Identify solutions for increasing link efficiency

Topics:
IP telephony issues and solutions
QoS issues and solutions
QoS architecture services
Classification and marking of QoS
Managing congestion with queuing
Avoiding network congestion
Conditioning traffic and increasing link efficiency
Campus QoS implementation
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : QOS Configuration and Verification 
Summary:
This course covers QoS Configuration and Verification. Queuing methods such as WFQ, PQ, IP RTP-PQ, LLQ, and WRRQ are presented. The course concludes with a discussion on how WRED can be used to implement congestion avoidance.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the similarities and differences between the various queuing methods
Configure modular QoS CLI and queuing solutions
Create classes and policies
Configure WRED on switch interfaces

Topics:
Modular QoS CLI Implementation
WFQ Queuing Method Configuration
PQ Queuing Method Configuration
CQ Queuing Method Configuration
IP RTP-PQ Queuing Method Configuration
LLQ Queuing Method Configuration
WRRQ Queuing Method Configuration
WRED Congestion Avoidance
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : MLS Optimization and Security 
Summary:
This course focuses on two areas: capturing traffic to optimize a network and switch security features. The first half of this course is dedicated to the SPAN feature of Catalyst switches. The second half covers some of the security features included with the IOS switching software. These features included basic security and restricting traffic between ports on the switch by using VLAN access control lists (ACLs), port security, and private VLANs.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure SPAN and RSPAN
Secure your switch
Configure AAA, port security, and 802.1X
Use VACLs to secure your network
Describe the components and configuration of private VLANs

Topics:
Using the Switched Port Analyzer Locally
Using the Switched Port Analyzer Remotely
Network Analysis Module Configuration
Securing Your Network Switch
Authentication, Authorization and Accounting
Basic Port Security
VLAN Access Lists
Private VLANs within a VLAN
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Metro Ethernet
Summary:
This course describes the problems and solutions that carriers use to transport Ethernet across their MAN backbones.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Choose a MAN service
Understand the similarities and differences in access methods to MANs: access links, 802.1Q trunks, Q-in-Q, and EoMPLS
Describe how Q-in-Q and EoMPLS tags frames
Resolve STP issues with redundant MAN connections

Topics:
Layer 1 and Layer 2 Services
Ethernet Delivery Mechanisms
802 Tunneling
Tag Stacking: Q-in-Q Tunneling
Ethernet over MPLS Implementation
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Cisco Related BCMSN 642-811 : Practice Exams
Summary:
This course provides two practice exams for the Cisco BCMSN 642-811 certification exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Practice for the BCMSN 642-811 Exam.

Topics:
Taking the BCMSN 642-811 Exam
Practice Exam 1
Practice Exam 2
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30