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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series is designed to help learners prepare and take the Cisco Certified Network Professional exam 642-801: Building Scalable Cisco Internet works. The series explains how to install, configure, and monitor LANs and WANs with from 100 to 500 nodes. Learners are taught the principles of routing, how to extend IP addresses, and how to implement OSPF in a single area and interconnect OSPF areas. The series also covers how to apply integrated IS-IS, how to employ enhanced IGRP, how to configure BGP protocol and scale BGP networks, and how to optimize routing updates and implement successful route redistribution.

Certification:
CCNP BSCI 642-801

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the Cisco CCNP BSCI 642-801 exam, or for anyone who wants to learn more about internetworking.

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 BSCI 642-801 : Routing Principles
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Extending IP Addresses
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Implementing OSPF in a Single Area
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Interconnecting OSPF Areas
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Applying Integrated IS-IS
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Employing Enhanced IGRP
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Configuring Border Gateway Protocol
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Scaling BGP Networks
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Routing Update Optimization and Redistribution
Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Practice Exam

Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Routing Principles
Summary:
This course examines the major functions of a router as well as various routing protocols that can operate on Cisco routers. In addition, the learner will study how to analyze the various fields in a routing table.

After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain administrative distance and the metrics used by routing protocols
Distinguish among the following routing protocols: IGRP, RIPv1, RIPv2, BGP, EIGRP, IS-IS, and OSPF
Use the ip route command.
Use debugging commands to monitor convergence patterns of routing protocols
Analyze routing tables

Topics:
Functions of a Router
Administrative Distance
Metrics & Neighbors
Static & Dynamic Routers
Multipath, Intra- & Interdomain Routers
Classful & Classless Routers
Distance Vector and Link State Routers
Convergence
Anatomy of a Routing Table
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Extending IP Addresses
Summary:
This course explains IP addressing and extending IP addresses. The Internet Protocol (IP) is the primary protocol used to encapsulate data in the Internet suite. This course focuses on some of the solutions and mechanisms the Cisco professional should know to help decrease the routing table size as well as create a more hierarchical addressing scheme.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain administrative distance and the metrics used by routing protocols
Distinguish among the following routing protocols: IGRP, RIPv1, RIPv2, BGP, EIGRP, IS-IS, and OSPF
Use the ip route command.
Use debugging commands to monitor convergence patterns of routing protocols
Analyze routing tables

Topics:
Functions of a Router
Administrative Distance
Metrics & Neighbors
Static & Dynamic Routers
Multipath, Intra- & Interdomain Routers
Classful & Classless Routers
Distance Vector and Link State Routers
Convergence
Anatomy of a Routing Table
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Implementing OSPF in a Single Area
Summary:
This course examines the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocol. It explains OSPF in comparison to the Routing Information Protocol (RIP), and covers discovery, selection, route maintenance, and point-to-point operation. The two formal modes of running OSPF over an NBMA topology are discussed, and OSPF configuration and verification are explained in detail.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand the differences between OSPF and RIP
Explain how the Hello protocol works
Describe the eight possible states that an OSPF router can go through during the initialization process
Use IP unnumbered and loopback addressing
Configure and verify different OSPF operations for a single area

Topics:
The OSPF Protocol
OSPF Versus RIP in a Large Internetwork
OSPF Discovery, Selection, and Route Maintenance
OSPF Point-to-Point Operation
OSPF Broadcast Multi-Access Operation
The OSPF Routing Process Revisited
NBMA Mode
Point-to-Multipoint Modes
OSPF Configuration and Verification
OSPF in NBMA Mode Configuration
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Interconnecting OSPF Areas
Summary:
This course covers advanced concepts of the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol, and how to link multiple areas and OSPF addressing in multiple areas. This course also explains the different types of areas, routers, and link-state advertisements. Configuring and verifying a Cisco router for OSPF multi-area operations is covered in detail.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design your area network properly
Configure virtual links and loopback interfaces
Master the various link-state advertisement (LSA) types
Understand how multicasting works for internal routers
Deploy route summarization in OSPF NBMA environments
Configure and verify multi-area OSPF operations

Topics:
OSPF Areas, Routers, and LSAs
OSPF Router Types
OSPF Link-State Types
OSPF Support for VLSM and Route Summarization
OSPF Operation in a Multiple-Area NBMA Environment
Configuring and Verifying a Multi-Area OSPF Network
Summary Route Costs and Default Routes
The showip ospf command
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Applying Integrated IS-IS
Summary:
This course discusses the Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS) routing protocol, which is used for both ISO Connectionless Network Protocol (CLNP) and IP applications. It covers how to develop an effective addressing plan, establishing various adjacencies, and configuring Cisco routers and the IS-IS circuit type.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain OSI models and protocols
Identify IS-IS networks, routers, and interface types
Develop an IS-IS addressing scheme
Configure and verify Level 1 and Level 2 ISs

Topics:
IS-IS Networks and Interfaces
Types of IS-IS Routers
Developing an Effective Addressing Plan
Identifying Systems and Establishing Adjacencies
IS-IS LAN and WAN Adjacencies
Database Synchronization and Routing Traffic Support
IS-IS NBMA Solutions in Switched WANs
Configuring Cisco Routers for Integrated IS-IS Operation
Configuring the IS-IS Circuit Type
A Sample Dual Area Integrated IS-IS Environment
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Employing Enhanced IGRP
Summary:
This course discusses the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), which improves Cisco's proprietary IGRP by using elements of distance-vector and link-state characteristics. Learners will examine IP routing with EIGRP, and discuss how EIGRP functions like a distance-vector protocol to find the optimal path on a network and utilize link-state properties.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain how EIGRP discovers, chooses, and manages routes
Configure EIGRP for VLSM and route summarization
Deploy EIGRP in several NBMA environments
Configure and verify EIGRP operations

Topics:
EIGRP Features and Operation
EIGRP Discovery, Selection, and Route Maintenance
The Neighbor Table
The Topology Table
The Routing Table
The EIGRP Discovery Process
The EIGRP Selection Process
EIGRP Support of VLSM and Route Summarization
Routing Traffic Transport and Database Synchronization
EIGRP Operation in an NBMA Environment
Stuck-in-Active
Verifying Enhanced IGRP Operation
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Configuring Border Gateway Protocol
Summary:
This course covers the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and how it addresses path determination in modern internetworks. The learner will examine the default standard BGP and how it achieves interdomain routing in TCP/IP networks to transport packets.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the process for connecting to other autonomous systems
Explain the basics behind BGP routing policy functions
Describe how BGP synchronization works
Describe BGP peering functions with peer groups and communities
Configure and verify BGP

Topics:
Introduction to BGPs
Connecting to Other Autonomous Systems
BGP Policy-Based Routing Functions
Using Attributes
The Route Selection Process
BGP Syncchronization
BGP Peering Functions
Configuring and Verifying External and Internal BGP
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Scaling BGP Networks
Summary:
This course explores advanced concepts of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). The learner will examine BGP scalability through route reflectors and managing policy using prefix lists, and will learn how to connect to multiple ISPs via BGP and how to configure and verify multihomed BGP scenarios. The course also discusses methods for redistributing routes between BGP and IGPs.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Calculate connections needed for IBGP
Design and configure a route reflector
Use the show ip bgp command
Implement distribute lists and prefix lists
Connect multiple ISPs with BGP
Redistribute routes between BGP and IGPs
Verify a multihomed environment

Topics:
Scalability Issues with Internal BGP
BGP Route Reflectors
Policy Control in BGP Using Prefix Lists
Multihoming
Multihoming With BGP
Route Redistribution Between BGP and IGPs
Redistributing Static Routes into BGP
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Routing Update Optimization and Redistribution
Summary:
This course discusses Cisco policy-based routing. The learner will examine various routing commands, and learn about the redistribution of routing update traffic. This course also covers resolving path selection issues, implementing route filters, and verifying route redistribution.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Influence the optimal path
Understand the guidelines for route redistribution
Configure and verify route redistribution
Use different mechanisms to resolve path selection
Verify route redistribution and route map policy
Configure policy-based routing with route maps

Topics:
Cisco Policy-Based Routing
Routing Commands
Verifying Policy-Based Routing
Redistribution of Routing Update Traffic
Implementing Successful Route Redistribution
Configuring Route Redistribution
The default-metric Command
Resolving Path Selection Issues
Implementing Route Filters
The distance Command
Verifying Route Redistribution
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Cisco Related BSCI 642-801 : Practice Exam
Summary:
This course provides practice exam questions for the Cisco CCNP BSCI 642-801 exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Answer practice questions for the 642-801 exam

Topics:
Routing Principles
Extending IP Addresses
Implementing OSPF in a Single Area
Interconnecting OSPF Areas
Applying Integrated IS-IS
Employing Enhanced IGRP
Configuring Border Gateway Protocol
Scaling BGP Networks
Routing Update Optimization and Redistribution
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30