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					CCNP Complete
Course Length: 14 Days                                               Course Code: CCNP
Class Times: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                  Cost: $9,500


Course Description                                          BCMSN®

CCNP® Complete is a 14-day course designed for              The Building Converged Cisco Multilayer Switched
Cisco® network engineers with a CCNA® (or equivalent        Networks (BCMSN 642-812) is a qualifying exam for the
knowledge) who wish to pursue their CCNP. Using a           Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP® and the
combination of lecture and labs, this class incorporates    Cisco Certified Design Professional CCDP®
all the material you need to pass the BSCI, BCMSN,          certifications. The BCMSN 642-812 exam will certify that
ISCW and ONT exams as well as taking these exams.           the successful candidate has important knowledge and
                                                            skills necessary to implement scalable multilayer
Prerequisites                                               switched networks. The exam includes topics on
                                                            Campus Networks, describing and implementing
  • CCNA or equivalent knowledge                            advanced Spanning Tree concepts, VLANs and Inter-
                                                            VLAN routing, High Availability, Wireless Client Access,
Course Content                                              Access Layer Voice concepts, and minimizing service
BSCI®                                                       Loss and Data Theft in a Campus Network.
                                                              • Implement VLANs.
Students will learn how to create an efficient and            • Conduct the operation of Spanning Tree protocols in
expandable enterprise network by installing, configuring,        a hierarchical network.
monitoring, and troubleshooting network infrastructure        • Implement Inter-VLAN routing.
equipment (especially routers such as Cisco ISRs)             • Implement gateway redundancy technologies.
according to the Campus Infrastructure module in the          • Describe and configure wireless client access.
Enterprise Composite Network model. The routed
                                                              • Describe and configure security features in a
network includes the most commonly used and
                                                                 switched network.
emerging IP routing protocols.
                                                              • Configure support for voice.
  • IP Addressing/Subnetting Review
  • VLSM and Summarization                                  ISCW®
  • EIGRP                                                   Students will learn to explain the Cisco hierarchical
  • OSPF                                                    network model as it pertains to the WAN Describe and
  • BGP                                                     implement teleworker configuration and access,
  • IS-IS                                                   implement and verify frame mode MPLS, describe and
  • Distribute Lists                                        configure a site-to-site IPSEC VPN, describe and
  • Prefix Lists                                            configure Cisco EZVPN, explain the strategies used to
  • Route Maps                                              mitigate network attacks, describe and configure Cisco
  • Route Redistribution                                    device hardening, and describe and configure IOS
  • IPv6                                                    firewall features.
                                                               • Describe Network Requirements
                                                               • Connect Teleworks
                                                               • Implement Frame Mode MPLS




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  • IPsec VPNs
  • Cisco Device Hardening
  • Cisco IOS Threat Defense Features
ONT®
Students will learn to explain the Cisco hierarchical
network model as it pertains to an end-to-end enterprise
network, describe specific requirements for
implementing a VOIP network, describe the need to
implement QoS and the methods for implementing QoS
on a converged network using Cisco's routers and
Catalyst Switches, explain the key IP QoS mechanisms
used to implement the DiffServ QoS model, configure
Auto QoS for Enterprise, and describe and configure
wireless security and basic wireless management.
  • Describe Network Requirements
  • Describing Cisco VoIP Implementations
  • Introduction to IP QoS
  • Implementing the DiffServ QoS Model
  • Implementing AutoQoS
  • Wireless Security




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