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Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

Prerequisites
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) or
Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 (ICND1) and
Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
Course Summary
The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP®) validates the ability to plan,
implement, verify and troubleshoot local and wide-area enterprise networks and work
collaboratively with specialists on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.
Those who achieve CCNP have demonstrated the skills
Course Description
 This course is designed specifically to prepare students to pass all three CCNP Exams.
 Class length is 150 hours, and runs Saturday through Thursday, In addition to
classroom time, there will be some homework assignments to be completed after the
class, so students should arrive at our facility rested and prepared to work.
 CCNP class will have a maximum of ten students.
 Each student receives dedicated instructor mentoring to ensure all concepts are
completely understood.
We offer the most advanced equipment in Sudan. Our Cisco lab consists of 20 routers
and 15 switches.
 You get your own equipment to work with. No gear sharing!.
 Price for this class is 3500SDG
Cisco Exams Covered
642-902 Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE)
642-813 Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH)
642-835 Implementing and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT)

ROUTE Implementing Cisco IP Routing
Course Objectives
In this course, students will learn how to create an efficient and expandable enterprise
network by installing, configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting network
infrastructure equipment (especially routers such as Cisco ISRs) according to the Campus
Infrastructure module in the Enterprise Composite Network model. The routed network
includes the most commonly used and emerging IP routing protocols.
Course Content
CCNP routing protocol training for professional-level skills in building Enterprise level
router networks and applications. Integrates Advanced Technologies.
 Course Introduction to Routing in an Enterprise Networks
 Configuring EIGRP
 Configuring OSPF
 The IS-IS Protocol
Manipulating Routing Updates
 Implementing BGP
 Implementing Multicast
 Implementing the Basics of IPv6
ROUTE contains the following lectures:
- Today's Routed World
- EIGRP: The Concepts
- EIGRP: Implementation and Verification
- EIGRP: Summarization, Authentication, and Other Advanced Options
- EIGRP: Best Practices and Design Options
- OSPF: The Concepts (Part 1)
- OSPF: The Concepts (Part 2)
- OSPF: Implementation and Verification
- OSPF: Understanding Network Types
- OSPF: Router LSAs and Summarization Options
- OSPF: Special Area Types and Options
- OSPF: Authentication and Other Miscellaneous Options
- IS-IS: The Concepts (Part 1)
- IS-IS: The Concepts (Part 2)
- IS-IS: Basic Implementation and Verification
- Advanced Routing: Route Redistribution
- Advanced Routing: Manipulating Route Updates
- BGP: Foundation Concepts
- BGP: Implementation and Tuning (Part 1)
- BGP: Implementation and Tuning (Part 2)
- BGP: Implementation and Tuning (Part 3)
- BGP: Tuning Attributes (Part 1)
- BGP: Tuning Attributes (Part 2)
- Multicast: Concepts and Configuration
- IPv6: Understanding Basic Concepts and Addressing
- IPv6:Configuring, Routing, and Interoperating
- Advanced Routing: Implementing Router-Based DHCP Services

SWITCH Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks
Course Objectives
In this course, students will learn how to create an efficient and expandable enterprise
network by installing, configuring, monitoring and troubleshooting network infrastructure
equipment. This focuses on the Catalyst Multilayer Switches, according to the Campus
Infrastructure module in the Enterprise Composite Network model.
The campus switched network includes both Converged Data and Voice, Unified
Communications and Cisco Unified Wireless Technologies.
Course Content
CCNP Training for advance skills in building Enterprise level switched networks and
applications. Integrate Advance Technologies such as VoIP and Wireless.
 Introduction to Campus Networks
 Defining Virtual Networks (VLANs)
 Implementing Spanning Tree
 Implementing Inter VLAN Routing
 Implement High Availability in a Campus Environment
Wireless Client Access
Minimizing Service Loss and Data Theft in a Campus Network
 Configuring Campus Switches to Support Voice
SWITCH contains the following lectures:
- The Switches Domain: Core Concepts and Design
- VLANs: Configuration and Verification
- VLANs: In-Depth Trunking
- VLANs: VLAN Trunking Protocol
- STP: Foundation Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Concepts, Part 1
- STP: Foundation Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Concepts, Part 2
- STP: Rapid Spanning Tree Concepts and Configuration
- EtherChannel: Aggregating Redundant Links
- L3 Switching: InterVLAN Routing Extraordinaire
- L3 Switching: Understanding CEF Optimization
- Redundancy in the Campus: HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP, Part 1
- Redundancy in the Campus: HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP, Part 2
- Wireless LAN: Foundation Concepts and Design, Part 1
- Wireless LAN: Foundation Concepts and Design, Part 2
- Wireless LAN: Frequencies and 802.11 Standards
- Wireless LAN: Understanding the Hardware
- Wireless LAN: Configuration and Verification
- Campus VoIP: Overview, Considerations, and AutoQoS
- Campus Security: Basic Port Security and 802.1x
- Campus Security: VLAN and Spoofing Attacks
- Campus Security: STP Attacks and Other Security Considerations
TSHOOT Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP
Networks
Course Objectives
The course is designed to teach professionals who work in complex network
environments the skills that they need to maintain their networks and to diagnose and
resolve network problems quickly and effectively. The course will provide information
about troubleshooting and maintaining particular technologies, as well as procedural and
organizational aspects of the troubleshooting and maintenance process.
Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall
objectives:
Plan and document the most commonly performed maintenance functions in complex
enterprise networks
Develop a troubleshooting process to identify and resolve problems in complex
enterprise networks
Select tools that best support specific troubleshooting and maintenance processes in
large, complex enterprise networks
Practice maintenance procedures and fault resolution in switching-based environments
Practice maintenance procedures and fault resolution in routing-based environments
Practice maintenance procedures and fault resolution in a secure infrastructure
Troubleshoot and maintain integrated, complex enterprise networks