CCNP Routing

Official Exam Topics (300-101)

Network Principles – 10%
Layer 2 Technologies – 10%
Layer 3 Technologies – 40%
VPN Technologies – 10%
Infrastructure Security – 10%
Infrastructure Services – 20%

Additional info

300-101 addition

Cert Guide

Part 1 – Fundamental Routing Concepts

Chapter 1 – Characteristics of Routing Protocols
Chapter 2 – Remote Site Connection

Part 2 – IGP Routing Protocols

Chapter 3 – IPv6 Review and RIPng ( CCNA IPv6 )
Chapter 4 – Fundamental EIGRP Concepts
Chapter 5 – Advanced EIGRP Concepts
Chapter 6 – EIGRP for IPv6 and Named EIGRP
Chapter 7 – Fundamental OSPF Concepts
Chapter 8 – The OSPF Link-State Database
Chapter 9 – Advanced OSPF Concepts

Part 3 – Route Redistribution  and Selection

Chapter 10 – Route Redistribution
Chapter 11 – Route Selection

Part 4 – Internet Connectivity

Chapter 12 – Fundamentals of Internet Connectivity
Chapter 13 – Fundamental BGP Concepts
Chapter 14 – Advanced BGP Concepts
Chapter 15 – IPv6 Internet Connectivity

Part 5 – Router and Routing Security

Chapter 16 – Fundamental Router Security Concepts
Chapter 17 – Routing Protocol Authentication

CCNP Switching

Cert Guide

Part I Designing Campus Networks

Chapter 1 – Enterprise Campus Network Design
Chapter 2 – Switch Operation
Chapter 3 – Switch Port Configuration

Part II Building a Campus Network

Chapter 4 – VLANs and Trunks
Chapter 5 – VLAN Trunking Protocol

Part III Working with Redundant Links

Chapter 6 – Traditional Spanning Tree Protocol
Chapter 7 – Spanning-Tree Configuration
Chapter 8 – Protecting the Spanning Tree Protocol Topology
Chapter 9 – Advanced Spanning Tree Protocol
Chapter 10 – Aggregating Switch Links

Part IV Multilayer Switching

Chapter 11 – Multilayer Switching
Chapter 12 – Configuring DHCP

Part V Monitoring Campus Networks

Chapter 13 – Logging Switch Activity
Chapter 14 – Managing Switches with SNMP
Chapter 15 – Monitoring Performance with IP SLA
Chapter 16 – Using Port Mirroring to Monitor Traffic

Part VI Implementing High Availability

Chapter 17 – Understanding High Availability
Chapter 18 – Layer 3 High Availability

Part VII Securing Switched Networks

Chapter 19 – Securing Switch Access
Chapter 20 – Securing VLANs
Chapter 21 – Preventing Spoofing Attacks
Chapter 22 – Managing Switch Users

 

CCNP Troubleshooting

Additional

Configuring DMVPN

Intro – Technology Connecting Offices
Intro – A Focus on GRE and DMVPN