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Cisco Routing & Switching (CCNA & CCNP Equivalent)

Cisco Routing & Switching (CCNA & CCNP Equivalent)

Master the Routing, Switching and IP Services Skills to be the best Network Engineers.

What you’ll learn

Cisco Routing & Switching (CCNA & CCNP Equivalent)

  • Routing Concepts

  • Default, Static and Dynamic routing

  • OSPF (Open Shortest Path First)

  • BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)

  • Switching Concepts

  • STP, VTP, Routing Ports, SVI, L2 & L3

  • Access Control Lists Concepts

  • Network Address Translation Concepts

  • IP services VRRP, NHRP, GLBP, etc.

  • If you want to understand Switching then this is the course for you since we will be covering Layer2 & Layer3 switching, which is extremely important!

  • Students will also learn: Etherchannel, and Switchport security, among other concepts in a switching environment

  • Wireless

  • MPLS



  • IT networking Fundamentals

  • TCP/IP


Advanced Routing, Switching and Services networking course provides you with the skills and knowledge to implement and troubleshoot for advanced routing technologies and services, including – Layer 3 services, Infrastructure Security, Infrastructure services, L2 services, etc. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot an enterprise network. This networking course helps prepare you to upskill yourself for day-to-day networking tasks as a Network Engineer.

If you want to start earning more while doing what you love, well then this course is perfect for you. Even if you know about creating networks or know different communication tools, still this course will teach you everything in depth you need to know about hubs, switches, networking, routers, etc.

The course has multiple modules which will enhance your knowledge of the particular technologies and features:

Switching: The switching course has everything you need to know about switches. How switches learn MAC addresses, what VLANs and trunks are and how spanning-tree is used to create loop-free topologies. You will also learn more complex topologies like SDM, CEF, etc.

Spanning Tree: When you add redundancy in your switched network, you add potential loops. A spanning tree is used on switches to create a loop-free L2 topology. In these lessons, you will learn the basics of spanning trees and the different versions: PVST, RPVST, and MST.

EIGRP: EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) is Cisco’s IGP (Interior Gateway Protocol) that was made an “open standard” in 2013. It is a distance vector routing protocol similar to RIP but has many advanced features. In these lessons, we start with the basics of EIGRP and end with the most advanced topics.

OSPF: OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) is a popular link-state routing protocol. Routers exchange pieces of information called LSAs (link state advertisement) and build a topology database which we call the LSDB (link state database). In these lessons, we start with the basics and work our way through the most advanced OSPF topics.

Cisco Routing & Switching (CCNA & CCNP Equivalent)

BGP: BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is the routing protocol of the Internet, used to route traffic from one autonomous system (AS) to another. It’s an important topic to understand if you work at an ISP or at a large company that is connected to two or more ISPs. Unlike IGPs like OSPF or EIGRP, BGP uses a set of attributes to determine the best path for each destination.

IPv6: IPv6 is the successor of IPv4 and the main reason we need it is that we are running out of IPv4 address space. IPv4 uses 32-bit addresses and offered us about 4.3 billion addresses, IPv6 offers 128-bit addresses so we have a huge amount of available addresses. These lessons will explain the basics of IPv6 and how to configure it on Cisco IOS routers.

IP Services: All about the different Load Balancing protocols to achieve high availability e.g NHRP, VRRP and GLBP, etc.

Static Routing Concepts: Deep dive into the logic of Static Routing so that you understand the basic building blocks of networking.

Default Routing: This course will make you understand the topics from a packet level so that troubleshooting becomes a fun part for you.

Who this course is for:

  • Network Engineers
  • Anyone that wants to learn the ins and out’s of Routing and Switching
  • Cisco Administrators CCNA
  • CCNP and CCIE Students
  • CCNP and CCIE Administrators
  • Network and Security Engineer

Cisco Routing & Switching (CCNA & CCNP Equivalent)

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