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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
The Cisco BCRAN 642-821 series is designed to help learners prepare and take the qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP® certification. The BCRAN exam (642-821) certifies that students have acquired the understanding and skills necessary to successfully design, develop, configure, operate, and troubleshoot remote access solutions.

Certification:
BCRAN 642-821

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the Cisco BCRAN 642-821 exam or for anyone who wants to learn more about networking.

Features:
●  A glossary provides a reference for definitions of unfamiliar terms.
●  A skill assessment generates a customized learning path based on the results of a pre-test.

Topics included in this course:
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : WAN Technologies, Components, and AAA Security 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : PPP Authentication and Network Address Translation 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Modems and Asynchronous Connections 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Using ISDN Connections 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Using Frame Relay Connections 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Dial-on-Demand and Broadband 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Enabling Backup Connections and Management of Traffic 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Securing the Network with VPNs 
Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Practice Exams

Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : WAN Technologies, Components, and AAA Security 
Summary:
This course presents the methodologies involved with configuring remote access. The ability to work efficiently and effectively from a remote location?whether it's a branch office, small office/home office (SOHO), or a mobile location?is critical to virtually every industry and company. Knowing what technologies are available, how they can interact, and how to manage those technologies is a key component of any professional's skill set. The second part of the course describes IOS options and hardware products to help secure a network and make securing the network easier, such as virtual private network (VPN) capabilities and integration with intrusion detection system (IDS) sensors and the firewall feature set.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Select appropriate hardware
Determine bandwidth requirements
Select a WAN connection and a backup connection
Choose and Configure WAN encapsulations
Start the AAA process on a router
Configure AAA addresses and passwords
Enable authentication, authorization, and accounting
Understand the AAA commands

Topics:
WAN Connection Types
WAN Encapsulation Protocols
WAN Connection Determination
CiscoSecure ACS and Router Access Modes
AAA Operation
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : PPP Authentication and Network Address Translation 
Summary:
This course covers the login process using PPP. Today's corporate environments contain more telecommuters than ever before. As a result, dial-in access is an important part of network connectivity. The course also describes how NAT provides the ability to convert one address to another. One of the biggest challenges in networking is addressing, and the challenge only becomes bigger as networks scale and grow connected. NAT offers great flexibility in the use of addresses.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure and troubleshoot PPP
Describe link quality monitoring
Analyze debug output
Configure static and dynamic NAT
Configure overloaded and overlapped NAT
Understand how to verify and troubleshoot NAT

Topics:
Remote Access Connectivity
Remote Access Authentication and Hashing
Configuring PPP for CHAP Authentication
PPP Callback and Compression
Multilink PPP and Login Banners
Link Quality Monitoring and Troubleshooting PPP
NAT Considerations and Terminology
NAT in Operation
Configuring Load Sharing
NAT Troubleshooting
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Modems and Asynchronous Connections 
Summary:
This course describes how to correctly choose and deploy the proper cabling and master the configuration of the router, its resources, and modems attached to the router. Asynchronous connections via modem are an integral part of any wide-area network (WAN) implementation. Although it has been relegated to "backup" status in most cases, the asynchronous connection still has many advantages, including its ready availability and low cost.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure an asynchronous line
Select the proper cables and adapters
Set up modem autoconfiguration
Configure modems manually
Maintain the modemcap database
Debug modem autoconfiguration

Topics:
Modem technologies and standards
Configuring the router
Attaching and using the modem
Configuring the modem
Troubleshooting the modem
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Using ISDN Connections 
Summary:
This course covers the two forms of Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN): Basic Rate Interface (BRI) and Primary Rate Interface (PRI). ISDN usage, equipment and call progress, are discussed prior to a detailed description of BRI and PRI configuration.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand the relationship of ISDN components
Describe call setup and teardown
Configure an ISDN interface
Troubleshoot an ISDN configuration

Topics:
ISDN Connections
Equipment Used with ISDN
Call Progress Setup and Teardown
ISDN BRI Configuration and Routing
ISDN BRI Bandwidth Usage and Additional Options
ISDN PRI Controller and Timeslots Configuration
ISDN PRI Layer 1 Communication & Interface Configuration
ISDN Troubleshooting and Debugging
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Using Frame Relay Connections 
Summary:
This course covers the concepts, components, and use of Frame Relay. Frame Relay is a standard supported by both the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Telecommunication Union that defines the encapsulation from the customer premises equipment (CPE) to the data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) at the regional provider's switch. Frame Relay configuration, traffic shaping, fragmentation, and troubleshooting are presented.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Determine correct line speeds
Configure interfaces for Frame Relay
Monitor Frame Relay operation
Troubleshoot Frame Relay operation

Topics:
Frame Relay Concepts
Frame Relay Components
Connecting a Single Interface to Multiple Locations
Traffic Shaping Configuration and Commands
Frame Relay Fragmentation, PIPQ, and EIGRP
Monitoring and Troubleshooting Frame Replay Operation
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Dial-on-Demand and Broadband 
Summary:
This course covers the DDR process by which a link is created on demand. As traffic needs to cross the WAN, a circuit is completed from the source router to the destination, allowing the traffic to cross. DDR circuits are useful when you pay for access based on the amount of time the circuit remains up. The second part of this course examines broadband technologies. A cursory look at direct broadcast satellite (DBS) and fixed wireless providers is followed by more on cable modems. Four wireless segments: local multipoint distribution service (LMDS); multichannel multipoint distribution service (MMDS); industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM); and unlicensed national information infrastructure (U-NII) bands are also presented.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand DDR (dial-on-demand routing)
Articulate dialer profiles and interface
Describe broadband, cable modems, and DSL
Describe a cable modem infrastructure
Identify different DSL types
Describe ADSL, PPPoE and PPPoA
Configure PPPoE and PPPoA
Troubleshoot DSL configurations

Topics:
Interesting Traffic
Dialer Profiles
Incoming Call with Rotary Groups
Configuration Example and Explanation
Cable Broadband
DSL and ADSL Operation
Configuring PPPoE and PPPoA
Troubleshooting DSL
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Enabling Backup Connections and Management of Traffic 
Summary:
This course covers the use of dial backup to back up a permanent connection. Having a second connection that can move data in the event the primary connection fails is a wise move for today's corporate environment. This course also covers the use of each of the three types of queuing (WFQ, PQ, and CQ), how to configure the router for each type, and the potential pitfalls of each. The Link, Payload, Header, and Modem data compression types are presented.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Use the backup load command
Determine routing protocol preferences
Calculate backup delay
Describe basic queuing
Compare advanced queuing techniques
Articulate traffic importance
Describe compression types

Topics:
Dial Backup
Using Dial Backup with Dialer Profile
Understanding Basic Queuing
WFQ Queuing Concepts and Configuration
PQ Queuing Concepts and Configuration
CQ Queuing Concepts and Configuration
Advanced Queuing Concepts
Data Compression
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Securing the Network with VPNs 
Summary:
This course covers VPN and IPSec terminology, design, configuration, testing, and verification. The key to the popularity of VPNs is that companies can replace traditionally high-priced dedicated WAN connections for a fraction of the cost with VPN.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Define VPN and list its advantages
Describe tunneling and encryption
Identify different VPN scenarios and solutions
Articulate the five steps of IPSec
Describe how IKE works
Design and configure IKE and IPSec
Test and verify IPSec

Topics:
Course Introduction
VPN Overview
VPN and IPSec Terminology
The Five Steps of IPSec
Preparing for IKE and IPSec
Configuring IKE
Configuring IPSec
Testing and Verifying IPSec
Course in Review
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Cisco Related BCRAN 642-821 : Practice Exams
Summary:
This course provides two practice exams for the Cisco BCRAN 642-821 certification exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Practice for the BCRAN 642-821 exam

Topics:
Taking the Cisco BCRAN 642-821 exam
Practice exam 1
Practice exam 2
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30