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Freshly revamped for the latest technologies and job roles, the new CCNA 200-301 exam and training course gives you the foundation you need to take your technology career to the top. The new certification now includes security, automation and scheduling.
Our course has two main objectives, the first is for the student to obtain sufficient knowledge and security to implement and manage Cisco solutions at an associated level to be able to face a network in production. Which translates into job and professional growth.The other goal is to have enough tools to pass the CCNA 200-301 exam and earn your CCNA certification.The course is face-to-face with a limited space for greater attention to the student, the practical laboratories are carried out in simulators, emulators and real equipment. The instructors have multiple Cisco manufacturer certifications and years of work experience in large Information Technology companies.
The CCNA 200-301 course does not have any prerequisites.
New topics for CCNA 200-301 certification
The Cisco Certified Netowork Associated certification validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and resolve indices on medium-sized data networks.Exam topics are as follows:
Our course has two main objectives, the first is for the student to obtain sufficient knowledge and security to configure routers and switches to be able to face a production network without fear. Which translates into job and professional growth.The other goal is to have enough tools to pass the 200-125 exam and earn your CCNA R&S exam.The course is face-to-face with a limited capacity of 9 people for greater attention to the student, the practical laboratories are carried out in simulators, emulators and real equipment. The instructors have multiple Cisco manufacturer certifications and years of work experience in large Information Technology companies.
CCNA: RIP Routing Although the RIP routing protocol has been removed from the CCNA exam objectives and is no longer recommended for deployment in new infrastructures, it remains a classic. Indeed, it is an IETF standard that implements the principle of distance vector routing. This part proposes to study the routing protocols RIPv1 and RIPv2.
CCNA: OSPF Routing The OSPF protocol is the dynamic routing protocol inside TCP/IP of the IETF. It works on the principle of link-state protocols that use the Dijkstra algorithm. Unlike a distance vector routing protocol, OSPF collects the state of all links within an area and calculates all routes to destinations in the area from its perspective. The protocol works by connecting areas to each other, but it is still an interior routing protocol. It exists in version 2 for IPv4 and in version 3 mainly for IPv6.
After an introduction on the routing protocol, we will see how to configure, verify and troubleshoot it in a multi-area context with a particular attention on the establishment of neighbor relationships and on the DR-BR election.
CCNA: EIGRP Routing An immediate competitor to the IETF's OSPF link-state routing protocol, EIGRP is the preferred protocol in Cisco homogeneous infrastructures. EIGRP has been documented since 2016 in RFC7868 informational. EIGRP also opposes OSPF in at least two respects: it is a high-performance distance vector routing protocol on the one hand, and on the other hand, it natively supports both IPv4 and IPv6 protocols. From a performance point of view, it is as efficient or even more efficient than OSPF. Finally, it is easy to configure and maintain.
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