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1. CCNP Enterprise Exam Overview

In this section, we will talk about CCNP Enterprise Certification. EXIMs overview. Let's start with the Cisco Certification Path. Cisco has five different levels in its current certification path, which has been updated recently. And the path starts with entry and progresses through an associate expert, an architect, and a professional one. CCNP is professional level, and we have various CCNPs today. CCNP Enterprise Collaboration Data Center. CCNP Security and CCNP Service Provider and we have DevNet Professional also, which is really sharp. And we focus on the most popular CCNP certification, which is going to be the CCNP Enterprise, in our training. So what is the CCNP? Enterprise? Software and networking become more and more interconnected every day, guys. And technology advances are enabling new applications and businesses that connect everything. I mean the people, devices, machines, and applications. And with intent, based networking, organizations can take the advantage of automation to scale and secure their networking infrastructure.

To capitalize on these opportunities, today's networking professionals need a really broad range of skills and a deeper focus in strategic technology areas. The new CCNP Enterprise certification programmer will exactly provide that breadth and depth. The CCNP Enterprise certification is designed to help you prove your skills in the ever-changing landscape of enterprise networking technologies. This certification covers core technologies and an enterprise focus area of your choice. You choose where you want to focus, and you choose where you want to take your career. Actually, as a general point of view, yes. As I told you, Cisco has introduced a new certification called CCNP Enterprise. And this certification is a combination of previous CCNP routing and switching and some wireless. So if you want to earn the new CCNP Enterprise, the first exam you need to clear is anchor exemption. The exit code of Anchor is 300, 5400, and 5400 and one.

Okay, that is the core exam that you need to pass. And secondly, you choose one of the concentration exams that you can see here. There are six concentration exams, and you choose one of them. And if you clear the anchor and one of those certification exams, you can successfully get the CCNP Enterprise. So these concentration exams are optional. Cisco Aspirants needs to do one of the two exams to earn CCNP, as I told you. And after the respective core exam for each CCNP certification, concentration exams take a deeper dive into a relevant and related technology to decor, allowing the candidates to choose a topic that is either of interest or related to his or her chosen technology area of focus. and what we're going to do in our training. In our training, we will concentrate on the most popular one, which is classic routing and switching.

Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services are included in NRC and NRC. So, in brief, if you wanted to be a CCNP in the past, you should have passed the CCNP Route, CCNP Switch, and CCNP Tissue exams. But this is the previous scenario. This is not valid now. And now you need to pass the anchor plus a concentration exam. And this is going to be the most popular one, which is ENRC for our training. So let's have a look at an overview of the exam. Also, the exam code is, as I told you, 300 and 5400 and 1. This is for the Encore, 300, and 410; this is for the NRC; and the validity if you get the CCNP Enterprise certification is good for three years, which is really good. So when it comes to prerequisites, there are no prerequisites now. So before you want to become a CCNP, you should have passed the CCNA exam. But there is nothing like that now, so there are no prerequisites. But that should surely be good to have some networking basics and CCNA knowledge. That could be really good. The duration of the exam is 120 minutes for NCoR, and that is going to be 90 minutes for NRC. Simple exempt questions can be found on the Cisco web page, which we will also have a look at in our next section. And to schedule your action, you can book from the Pearson View website.

And what is the passing score? The passing score really varies, but it's traditionally around 800 and 850 out of 1000 for almost every Cisco certification exam. And here are the contents that we are going to focus on for CCNP Enterprise training. So this axis will test your knowledge and skills related to layer three technologies—infrastructure services, infrastructure security, and VPN technologies. You will be tested for architecture, virtualization infrastructure, network assurance, security, and automation for NRC and NCoRyou. But wait a second, if you have no idea about those topics even, don't worry, we are going to cover every single topic on the CCNP, NRC, and CCNP Encore XM blueprints in our training.

2. CCNP Enterprise Exam Question Samples

In this section, we will talk about the CCNP Enterprise exam questions and question types. So in the CCNP Enterprise exam, you can face with it six type of questions guys, and they are multiple choice single answer. That is, there is a single correct answer and multiple choice answers to the question. That means there's a question and more than one correct answer. And, using the Smiled, you can drag and drop, fill in the blanks, and test it in simulation. So if you want to experience these questions before joining the exam, you can simply got Cisco's web page and have a look. And let's do it now. Okay, so we can simply type Okay, once we type the CCNP NRC, we have the official webpage of Cisco in here, which is the exon's official webpage. Once you click on this one, here is the Web page where you can find some general information about Cisco's Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services exam.

So once you scroll down, you can find the exam topics here, and you can have a look if you wish. So let's click on this one first. So here are the topics and layering technologies: VPN, infrastructure security, and infrastructure services. Okay, let's go back and we can also check the exam policies and you can have a look before joining the exam. That might be really helpful. And here is the link that we really want to focus on for this training session. And this is a sample of exempt questions. Okay, once you click on this one, here is the Cisco Certification XM tutorial video that you can find. So there are here 1234 separate videos for each question type that I talked about with you. And they are multiple choice, single answer, multiple choice, multiple answer, and drag and drop. These are covered in the first video. The second video is focusing on filling the blank and test lets.

The third is for simulation, and the fourth is for simulation. So let's have a look at the first one. This is for multiple choice, single answer, multiple choice, multiple answer, and drag and drop. Let me make it bigger. Here is a question with multiple choices and a single answer. So here is the exam infrastructure. That is the screen that you will face in the real exam, too. So this is a question asking how many meters are in a kilometer. So this question has just one single correct answer, right? Okay, and this is an example of multiple choices and multiple answers. So which items are the names of specific computer operating systems? So you choose the correct three answers in this section. Let's move forward. Okay, and this is a drag and drop example. So for drag and drop, you just drag from here on the left of the screen and just drop to the right side. So question is asking what are the layer three routed protocols? You will just drag and drop to this field. And what are the layer 3 routing protocols? You will just drag the correct answers and drop them into this box, which is simply okay, like this one. This is for the first video. Let's check and test the fill-in-the-blank. And here you have some options to fill the blanks, and the question is, what are the respective celsius values for 32 degrees Fahrenheit and 68 degrees Fahrenheit? And you just typed the correct answers here. And this is a test.

Let there be four different steps, and you can see there is a scenario given, and you just read this scenario, and based on the scenario, you just choose the correct answers. Okay, let's have a look at the third part. This is for the simulation. Okay, let's move forward. And here is the simulation question. So in here, Cisco is giving you a topology, and you need to go to the various devices and implement the steps that are asked in the question itself. So, for example, it asks you to change the host name of lab A to router, which isn't a CCNP level question as far as I know, but it's useful to demonstrate because you no longer need to take the CCNA exam and obtain certification to join the CCNP enterprise exemption.

So what happens is in here: change the hostname from "lab A" to "router A." So I wonder if it's going to connect to my device. Yeah, it's connecting. Okay. There's a terminal computer directly connected to rotor A, and when you click on it, you can have a CLI on you and make a related configuration change, and it's not showing you how to do that, but the idea is in here, surely just showing you how the ExM infrastructure is. and the last one is the Simlet. And in here also, there are some different questions. On this page, you can see one through three questions, each of which gives you a topology and asks you some questions about it. Yeah, okay, we are at the end of this session, and once you finish this session, Udemy will be asking for a review of the training. I know it's a little early, but this is how things work on Udemy, and if you just enjoyed the training up to this point, that's fine. If you could give us five stars for the training, that would be fantastic.



1. 1_1 Dynamic Routing Protocols

Hello everybody. We are starting our CCNP route course with dynamic routing protocols. If you want to make routing in network, we have two options and they are static routing, routing and dynamic routing. Static routing allows routing tables in specific routers to be set up by the network administrator. Dynamic routing uses routing protocols that dynamically discover network destinations and how to reach them. Dynamic routing allows routing tables and routers to change if a router on the route goes down or if a new network is added. in dynamic routing. Routing protocols running in routers continuously exchange network status updates with each other as broadcast or multicast. With the help of routing update messages sent by the routing protocols, routers can continue to update the routing table when our network topology change happens.

And let's take a look at the enterprise network infrastructure. In an enterprise network infrastructure, we have four main parts. The first part is HQ, the second is branch offices, the third is data centers, and the last one is the Internet Edge. Normally HP is the place that we collect traffic that is coming from the branch offices, and in data centers, we have servers, load balancers, and some core network devices such as firewalls, core suites, and something like that. And Internet Edge is the place that we're using when we are going to the internet site. When we try to use protocols in enterprise network infrastructure, we need to take care of something. It's recommended to use a single routing protocol within the campus network, and if there is a geographically dispersed structure, it's recommended to use PGP with ISP and OSPF or EIGRP for the internal network. So how do we choose which routing protocol we are going to use? The first thing we need to ask then is: What is the size of our network? If that's a really small network, for example, we can use RIP, but if it's a huge network with a large internal size, OSPF would be better, for example.

The second thing we need to ask is: Do I just use Cisco? For example, some protocols or some technologies are just used with Cisco devices. EIGRP was Cisco proprietor before, but that’s an industrial standard right now. But before we could just use EIGRP with the Cisco device, The third thing we need to take care of is: What are the protocols? Convergence time. Convergence time is a really important point we need to focus on, and we are going to take a look at this one, and the last thing we need to ask is what is the scalability of the protocol as well? We are going to check all of these steps, and we are going to take a deeper look in our next slide.

Let's take a look at the IGP and EGPS. Right now IGPs support small, medium, and large-scale organizations, but their scalability is limited. They can quickly congeal the network. The most commonly used IGPs are EIGRP and OSPFEGPS, which are used to exchange routes between different autonomous systems, and BGP is the only EGP used today. The BGP's primary function is to exchange a large number of routes between different autonomous systems. And here are the routing protocol types. We have three types of routing protocols and they are distance vector, link state and the Pet vector distant vector protocols route according to Hop count, every router knows as much as the neighbor tells him there’s no network map on the routers and we can use an example Rip and EIGRP for the distance vector protocols and link state. Rather, running with these protocols can extract the topology of the entire network. That is, they are aware of the fact that they are always between two points.

As a result, they gather all agreed-upon subnets and make the best decision about which way to go with the shortest path. The first algorithm they use is according to bandwidth delay, etcetera. In pass vector routing, information about the best routes is used to determine the best routes. Similar to distance vectors, routers do not have a map, so let's take a look at the importance of convergence. Right now, convergence is the time it takes for the routers to notice the change in the network, to share information about the change with each other, and to make the necessary calculations to find the best routes again. Today convergence is a really big and important point. For example, if there's a problem in your network, your network needs to converge in one or two seconds. Some protocols take a really long time to converge, so they are not preferred in today's networks.

And the last thing we're going to talk about is the route summarization. Summarization reduces the routing load and improves the stability and scalability of shared routing information between routers. In the figure, as you can see, we have four routers, and we have some rods in here: 22 in here, 23 in here, and 20 and 21 in here. We have four separate routes, as you can see. But router A can represent these four networks using a single network. These four networks that force separate networks can be summarized as 1020-14, and you can see that the subnet mask used here is 16.

2. 1_2 Network Technologies

In this section, we are going to talk about network technologies. Let's take a look at the network traffic types first. As you know from the CCNA Level 2 exam, we have two traffic types: unique broadcast and multicast. When using Unicast method, one device will send a message to exactly one destination device like this. And when we are using a broadcast, the packet is sent to all devices on the specific network. And here is an example of the broadcast. One device is sending the traffic to all devices. Even if this guy says that I don't want to receive this packet, that's no problem. Packet is sent to this guy too as well. And the last message type is multicast. Multicast identifies logical groups of networking devices, and a single message can send me to the group. Here you can define a multicast group, for example, this guy and this guy, and you just send the packets to all these subscribers. And as you can see from the picture, the package is not sent to this guy this time, and he says that he is not disturbed. Thanks. And here are the well-known multicast addresses.

As you can see, we have 1234 and five well-known multi-guest addresses. For example, if you want to send a packet to all OSPF routers in the network, you can send the packet to if, and if you want to send the packet to all designated routers in the network, you can set the packet to six. And here is the IP version: six address types. And the first thing we are going to take a look at is any cast. In any cast, a packet is delivered to the nearest of multiple interfaces in terms of routing distance. It's enough that we don't have the any cast address type in IP version 4. The second thing we are going to focus on is the Global Unicast IP version six unicast global addresses, which are similar to IP version four public addresses. For example, that was this one is an IPVfour public address as you know for example. And IP version six global unicast addresses are similar to IP version four public address logic. And as you can understand, global addresses are globally routable.

And third, let's take a look at the IP version, six-link local. These addresses are similar to IPV four appear addresses used by the computers running Microsoft Windows hosts on the same link use these automatically configured addresses to communicate with each other. And the third thing we are going to focus on is the loopback. The IP version six unicast loop address is the equivalent to the IP version four loopback address, which is 12701. The IP version six Inquest unspecified address is equivalent to the IPV four unspecified address of a unique local, which is used for local racing, and embedded IPV four helps to migrate to IP version six.

And let's take a look at our ICMP version six neighbor Discovery We have a few message types in here, and the first one is the router station and the second is the router advertisement. For example if a host need an IP version six IP address configuration that sends the router sol station message which includes this message he router, I need IP version six configuration. Okay, this message is forward to the router and router can reply to this message with three different options and these options are known as the Router advertisement. The first option is slack. Only the router can offer the IP prefix length and the gateway addresses.

The second option is Slack and DHCP version six, which tells the client to ask for a DHCP version six server for the DNS and domain names rather than providing the IP prefix length and gateway address. The third option is DHCP version six, and in this response, the logo says I'm sorry Buddy asked everything to the DHCP version six server, in addition to the router sold station and the router advertisement message. We have a Neighborhood Station message, and a Neighborhood Station message is the message that is sent to the multicast address of a neighbor whose Mac address is unknown when a device knows the IP version 6 address, which is similar to the IP version 4 ARP. And we have neighbors.

Advertisement, message. A Neighbor advertisement message is usually sent bya device in response to the sol station message. And lastly, we have Redirect Message, which has similar functionality to IPV4 and is used to notify the router that it is a next hop closer to the destination. And lastly, we are going to talk about the network types. We have three network types as you can see and they are Point to point Broadcast Multiple Access and Non Broadcast Multiple Access and which is known as the MBMA point to pointer is a network that is connecting two routers each other. Broadcast Multiple Access is a network that can connect multiple routers with the availability of the broadcast, and MBMA is the last thing on which we're going to focus. MBMA can connect many routers but does not have broadcast capability. If the sample wishes to send the packet to all others, it must send out and send the individual packet copied from and if 25 are examples of outcast multiple access.

3. 1_3 Connecting Remote Locations With HQs

In this section, we're going to talk about how we can connect the remote locations with the headquarters. The first method is the static route. A static route can be used in this situation, guys. The first dynamic routing updates are not required to be forwarded over slow bandwidth connections, such as a dial-up connection. Second, you can use static routing when you want to define a backup route to a path that uses dynamic routing. The third is when accessing a network that can be accessed in one way, and that's known as the stop network. The fourth is when a router connects to its ISP.

And the last option we have is to use static routing when a router does not have enough CPU or memory resources to handle the dynamic routing protocol. And here's how we can configure the static route. That's a CCNA thing, as you know, but we are going to focus just for one or two seconds, and here's how we can configure it with IP routing. The network that we're going to route here is that one and the subnet mask that is used at, and that's the next hop. And here it is. And we have a default static rod option, as you know, which means "hey man, send all the packets, whatever you have, to the next hop that I define." And here's the configuration of the default static route. and we write IP route zero, zero, and zero. That is, all of the packets that you receive and send to the router A's remote side and interface IP address. Let's talk about the point-to-point protocol basics.

Now, the point-to-point protocol is a datalink and layer 2 protocol used to establish a direct connection between two nodes. PPP can provide connection authentication, transmission, encryption, and data compression and can also provide a serial cable, telephone line, mobile phone, fiber optic connections, etc. used in many physical networks. PPP can support authentication with chop and pop protocols and also track the link quality with the link quality management feature and disconnect if there are too many errors on the line. Let's start with the pop-up authentication. The POP encrypts unencrypted ASCII passwords over the network.

And please keep in mind that the parameters of router X are checked in a remote rather than local database, and communication occurs if the parameters are matched. For example, rather x says that I have "router x" as the user name and "strong pass" as the password. Rather, it receives these parameters and checks its own local database, and if the parameters are matched, communication occurs. And now for the Chap authentication. Chap, who is quite wise, hands out an invitation message and begins a three-way handshake. First, second router X responds with its own username and password information, and third router Y compares the parameters in its own database and accepts or rejects the communication. That's the third thing. Here is how we can configure a basic PPP. In this router, for example, we go into interface mode interface serial 31 and define an encapsulation method, which is point-to-point protocol, by using the encapsulation PPP command. Then we define a quality, and we can also define a compress algorithm, which is a predictor for this example. And here's how we can define the pop authentication between two routers. In Rodex, we define the username and the password of the user "y.

Here is the configuration username, rather than y, and password strength for these parameters of the router y. Then under the interface mode, we define PPP authentication, which is PEP. Then we define the router x's username and password this time. PPP sent a username I'm going to send the username to this guy: "Hey man, my username is router X and my password is strong pass." And let's take a look at the other side of the router right now. What we're going to define is the username and the password of their router this time. Then we get into interface mode and define PPP authentication as PEP. The PPP sent username is then defined as y this time, and the password is the rather wise and strong pass. And here's how we can configure CHAP authentication.

Chap is a little easier, as seen in router x, where we define the parameters of router y once more. As you can see, the username and router password strength pass. Then under the interface mode, we just type PPP authentication. Let's talk about the PPPoE. The point-to-point protocol over Ethernet is a network protocol for encapsulating PPP frames. Inside Ethernet frames, most DSL providers use PPPoE, which provides authentication, encryption, and compression for an XTSL Internet connection. And now it's VPN time. VPN is an Internet technology that connects to different networks through remote access. Since a VPN creates a virtual network extension, a device connected to the network using a VPN can exchange data over the network as if it were physically connected. And we have two types of VPN: MPLS-based VPNs and tunnel link-based VPNs. And in tunnel link-based VPNs, we have GRE, IPsec, and DMVPN options. Let's start with layer three of MPLS VPN. Transmission of traffic over the MPLS backbone is based on labels previously distributed between core routers.

With Layer 3 MPLS VPN, the service provider participates in the customer routing process. That's the most important point for the MLS guys. And the service provider established the routing adjacency between the PE provider edge and CE customer edge routers. The customer routes from the remote PE router are distributed to the multiprotocol BGP—we are going to talk later about this protocol—and forwarded to the remote PE router via the MPLS backbone. In remote PE, the BGP is redistributed back to the remote PE forwarding protocol, and the routing protocols between the PE routers in the local and remote sizes may be completely different in a layer-two MPLS VPN. The CE router is connected to the PE router via a layer 2 protocol. And this protocol is mostly Ethernet. There are two basic layers to MPLS VPN architectures, and they are VPWS and VPNs.

VPWS is a point-to-point technology that allows the transport of any layer or protocol in the PE. And VPLs act as an Ethernet multi-access local area network segment over the MPLS core and serve many, many points. And here are the options for VPN tunneling, as we talked about before: GRE, IPsec, and DMVPN. GRE is a tunnelling protocol developed by Cisco that allows encapsulation of a wide variety of network layer protocols within point-to-point lengths. A virtual tunnel is created between the two points, and the packets are sent over the GRE tunnel. And GRE is the most basic tunneling technique. Guys, there is no encryption; there is no authentication, or something like that.

IPsec is the protocol in which each IP packet in the connection session is secured with authentication and encryption methods. Data is securely routed from a private network to another network via public network OSI. Layer three. And the last option we're going to talk about is the DMVPN. The DMVPN solution provides the ability to dynamically create hub to spoke and spoke to spoke IPsec tunnels, reducing network latency and optimising network performance. The mVPN supports IP multicast as well as dynamic writing protocols between Hubs and Sparks. The tunnel endpoints in DMVPN use the NHR IP protocol to map tunnel IP addresses to the private or public IP addresses at the end of the tunnel when trying to share unicast packets among themselves.


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