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ENCOR: Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies

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  • ccnp-enterprise_150x150Данный курс позволяет подготовиться к сертификационному тесту 350-401 ENCOR, который является частью сертификации CCNP Enterprise. Курс поможет развить знания и навыки планирования, создания и мониторинга масштабируемых сетей Cisco. CCNP - это дальнейшее карьерное продвижение для специалистов уровня CCNA.

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  • Chapter 1: Packet Forwarding
    1.1. Virtual LANs
    1.2. Forwarding Architectures
    1.3. InterVLAN routing using L3 switches

    Chapter 2: Spanning Tree Protocol
    2.1. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Fundamentals
    2.2. Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)

    Chapter 3: Advanced Spanning Tree
    3.1. STP Topology Tuning
    3.2. Additional STP Protection Mechanisms

    Chapter 4: Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol

    Chapter 5: VLAN Trunks and EtherChannel Bundles
    5.1. VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
    5.2. Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP)
    5.3. EtherChannel

    Chapter 6: IP Routing Essentials
    6.1. Routing Protocol Overview
    6.2. Path Selection
    6.3. Static Routing
    6.4. Virtual Routing and Forwarding

    Chapter 7: EIGRP
    7.1. EIGRP Fundamentals
    7.2. Path Metric Calculation
    7.3. Failure Detection and Timers
    7.4. Route Summarization

    Chapter 8: OSPF
    8.1. OSPF Fundamentals
    8.2. OSPF Configuration
    8.3. Default Route Advertisement
    8.4. Common OSPF Optimizations

    Chapter 9: Advanced OSPF
    9.1. Areas
    9.2. Link-State Announcements
    9.3. Discontiguous Network
    9.4. OSPF Path Selection
    9.5. Summarization of Routes
    9.6. Route Filtering

    Chapter 10: OSPFv3
    10.1. OSPFv3 Fundamentals
    10.2. OSPFv3 Configuration
    10.3. IPv4 Support on OSPFv3

    Chapter 11: BGP
    11.1. BGP Fundamentals
    11.2. Basic BGP Configuration
    11.3. Route Summarization
    11.4. Multiprotocol BGP for IPv6

    Chapter 12: Advanced BGP
    12.1. BGP Multihoming
    12.2. Conditional Matching
    12.3. Route-maps
    12.4. BGP Route Filtering and Manipulation
    12.5. BGP Communities
    12.6. Understanding BGP Path Selection

    Chapter 13: Multicast
    13.1. Multicast Fundamentals
    13.2. Multicast Addressing (L2 & L3)
    13.3. Internet Group Management Protocol
    13.4. Protocol Independent Multicast
    13.5. Rendezvous Points

    Chapter 14: QoS
    14.1. The Need for QoS
    14.2. QoS Models
    14.3. Classification and Marking
    14.4. Policing and Shaping
    14.5. Congestion Management and Avoidance

    Chapter 15: IP Services
    15.1. Time Synchronization
    15.2. First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP)
    15.3. Network Address Translation (NAT)

    Chapter 16: Overlay Tunnels
    16.1. Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Tunnels
    16.2. IPsec Fundamentals
    16.3. Cisco Location/ID Separation Protocol (LISP)
    16.4. Virtual Extensible Local Area Network (VXLAN)

    Chapter 17: Wireless Signals and Modulation
    17.1. Understanding Basic Wireless Theory
    17.2. Carrying Data Over an RF Signal
    17.3. Maintaining AP-Client Compatibility
    17.4. Using Multiple Radios to Scale Performance
    17.5. Maximizing the AP-Client Throughput

    Chapter 18: Wireless Architecture Infrastructure
    18.1. Wireless LAN Topologies
    18.2. Pairing Lightweight APs and WLCs
    18.3. Leveraging Antennas for Wireless Coverage

    Chapter 19: Understanding Wireless Roaming and Location Services
    19.1. Roaming Overview
    19.2. Roaming Between Centralized Controllers
    19.3. Locating Devices in a Wireless Network

    Chapter 20: Authenticating Wireless Clients
    20.1. Open Authentication
    20.2. Authenticating with a Pre-Shared Key
    20.3. Authenticating with EAP
    20.4. Authenticating with WebAuth

    Chapter 21: Troubleshooting Wireless Connectivity
    21.1. Troubleshooting Client Connectivity from WLC
    21.2. Troubleshooting Connectivity Problems at the AP

    Chapter 22: Enterprise Network Architecture
    22.1. Hierarchical LAN Design Model
    22.2. Enterprise Network Architecture Options

    Chapter 23: Fabric Technologies
    23.1. The Need for SD-Access
    23.2. What is SD-Access?
    23.3. SD-Access Architecture
    23.4. What is Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN)?
    23.5 Cisco SD-WAN Architecture
    23.6. Cisco SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp

    Chapter 24: Network Assurance
    24.1. Network Diagnostic Tools
    24.2. NetFlow
    24.3. Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) Technologies
    24.4. Local SPAN
    24.5. Remote SPAN (RSPAN)
    24.6. Encapsulated Remote SPAN (ERSPAN)
    24.7. IP SLA
    24.8. Cisco DNA Center with Assurance

    Chapter 25: Secure Access Control
    25.1. Network Security Design for Threat Defense
    25.2. Next-Generation Endpoint Security
    25.3. Network Access Control (NAC)

    Chapter 26: Network Device Access Control and Infrastructure Security
    26.1. Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    26.2. Terminal Lines and Password Protection
    26.3. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)
    26.4. Zone-Based Firewalls (ZBFWs)
    26.5. Control Plane Policing (CoPP)
    26.6. Device Hardening

    Chapter 27: Virtualization
    27.1. Server Virtualization
    27.2. Network Functions Virtualization

    Chapter 28: Foundational Network Programmability Concepts
    28.1. Command Line Interface – CLI
    28.2. Application Programming Interface – API
    28.3. Tools and Resources
    28.4. Data Formats (XML and JSON)
    28.5. Cisco DNA Center APIs
    28.6. Cisco vManage APIs
    28.7. Data Models and Supporting Protocols
    28.8. Cisco DevNet
    28.9. GitHub
    28.10. Basic Python Components and Scripts

    Chapter 29: Introduction to Automation Tools
    29.1. Embedded Event Manager (EEM)
    29.2. Agent-Based Automation Tools
    29.3. Agentless Automation Tools