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This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to implement Cisco IP routing, including configuring EIGRP and the OSPF protocol.

Course Introduction                                                                                                                                                       

Chapter 01 - Routing Services                                                                                                                                     1h 1m

Lesson 1: Complex Enterprise Network Frameworks, Architectures, and Models

Traffic Conditions in a Converged Network

IIN:  Cisco Intelligent Information Network

Three Phases of the Intelligent Information Network

Three Phases of the Intelligent Information Network Graph

Cisco SONA Framework

Cisco SONA Framework Layers

SONA: Networked Infrastructure Layer

SONA: Interactive Services Layer

SONA: Application Layer

Updated SONA Framework

Cisco Enterprise Architecture

Campus Architecture

Branch Architecture

Data Center Architecture

Teleworker Architecture

Cisco Hierarchical Network Model

Hierarchical Campus Model

The Hierarchical Model in a Wide Area Network

The Enterprise Composite Network Model

Lesson 2: Creating, Documenting, and Executing an Implementation Plan

Creating an Implementation Plan

Structured Approach

Ad-hoc Approach

Methodologies and Models

Cisco Lifecycle Services (PPDIOO) Model

Implementation Plan Documentation

Sample Implementation Plan

Example of Project Contact List 

Example of Implementation Task List

Example of Tools Required 

Example of Equipment Floor Plan 

Lesson 3: Overview of IP Routing

IP Routing

Dynamic Routing

Static Routing

Third Option: OnDemand Routing

Link-State Versus Distance Vector Protocols

Classless Versus Classful Routing

Discontiguous Subnets - Classful Routing

Discontiguous Subnets - Classless Routing

IP classless Command

Automatic Route Summarization

Criteria of Routing Table

Administrative Distance

Administrative Distances

Floating Static Route

Demo - RIPNG

Chapter 01 Summary


Chapter 02 - Configuring the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol    1h 24m

Lesson 1: Understanding EIGRP Terminology and Operation

EIGRP Attributes and Capabilities

Terminology of the EIGRP Protocol

Tables used with the EIGRP Protocol

FD versus AD

Successor and Feasible Successor

Active Routes versus Passive

Major EIGRP Technologies

Reliable Transport Protocols

Neighbor Discovery

PDMs or Protocol Dependent Modules

DUAL Finite-State Machine

Packet Types used by EIGRP

Hello Packet use by EIGRP

Acknowledgement Packets

Update Packets

Query and Reply Packets

EIGRP (AD) Administrative Distance 

EIGRP Metric Calculation

EIGRP Bandwidth

Lesson 2: Planning EIGRP Routing Implementations

EIGRP Deployment Prerequisites

EIGRP Implementation EIGRP Verification

EIGRP Documentation 

Lesson 3: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP

Enable EIGRP Routing

Advertising EIGRP

Demo - Enable EIGRP Routing

Demo - Define EIGRP Networks

Automatic Summarization

Demo - Define Bandwidth on Interfaces

EIGRP Commands

Demo - Enable and Disable EIGRP Automatic Summarization

EIGRP Passive-Interface

Default Route Propagation

Demo - Passive Interface

IP Default Network Command

EIGRP Route Summarization

Demo - IP Default Network

Demo - Configure a Router to Advertise a Default Route as the Gateway of Last Resort

Interface Summarization

Demo - Example of the IP Route Next Hop Command

Demo - Example of the IP Route Quad Zero Command

Creating Summary Route at an Arbitrary Bit Boundary

Demo - Summarization in Discontiguous Networks

Lesson 4: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP in an Enterprise WAN

Demo - Disabling Automatic Summarization

WAN and EIGRP Considerations


Demo - Frame Relay Using Dynamic Mapping

Load Balancing with EIGRP

Demo - EIGRP over Layer 3 MPLS VPNs

Demo - EIGRP over Layer 2 MPLS VPNs

Unequal EIGRP Cost Load Balancing

EIGRP Bandwidth Use on WAN Links

Setting EIGRP Bandwidth in a WAN Environment

Lesson 5: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP Authentication

Authentication in Routers

Comparing MD5 Authentication to Simple Password 

Preparing for the Configuration of EIGRP Authentication

Demo - Configure Authentication Mode for EIGRP

The Configuration of EIGRP Authentication

Demo - Configure the Key Chain

Lesson 6: Optimizing EIGRP Implementations

Demo - Enable Authentication to use the Key Chain

EIGRP Scalability

Query Process


Summarization: SIA Solution

Stub Networks

Stub Routing

Configure a Router as a Stub Router

Demo - EIGRP

Chapter 02 Summary

Chapter 03 - Configuring the Open Shortest Path First Protocol     1h 22m

Lesson 1: Understanding OSPF Terminology and Operation

OSPF: Open Shortest Path First 

Features of OSPF 

Characteristics of Link-State Protocol 



Router Types

Internal Router

Backbone Router

ABR or Area Border Router 

ASBR: Autonomous System Boundary Router 

BDR and DR Routers

Lesson 2: OSPF Packets

What are OSPF Packets used for?

OSPF Hello Packet: Type 1 

OSPF DBD Packet: Type 2 

OSPF LSR Packet: Type 3 

OSPF LSU Packet: Type 4 

OSPF LSAck Packet: Type 5 

Adjacent Neighbors

Link-State Data Structures

Lesson 3: Planning OSPF Routing Implementations

Planning OSPF Deployment

OSPF Implementation

OSPF Verification

OSPF Documentation

Lesson 4: Basic OSPF Verification and Configuration

Enable OSPF Routing

OSPF Network Identification

Wildcard Mask

OSPF Network Identification (Cont.)

Interface Bandwidth Definition

OSPF Router ID

Demo - Configuring Single Area OSPF

Router ID Definition

Demo - Configuring Multi Area OSPF

OSPF Verification: First Method

Demo - Verifying OSPF

OSPF Verification: Second Method

OSPF Verification: Third Method

OSPF Verification: Fourth Method

OSPF Verification: Fifth Method

Clearing the OSPF Routing Table

Lesson 5: OSPF Network Types


DR: Designated Router 

BDR: Backup Designated Router 

DR and BDR Election Manipulation

Router Priority Assignment

Demo - Assigning Router Priority

DR Election

Demo - Override the Default Interface Cost

Influencing the Election Process

Demo - Configure a Key for Simple Authentication


Demo - Configure the MD5 Key-ID and Key


Demo - Verifying Simple Password Authentication

NBMA: Non-broadcast Multi-access

DR Election in an NBMA Topology


Demo - OSPF

Chapter 03 Summary

Chapter 04 - Manipulating Routing Updates       1h 42m

Lesson 1: Assessing Network Routing Performance Issues

Usual Routing Performance Problems

Running Different Protocols (At the Same Time)

Performance Solutions for Routing Protocols

Route Filtering

Lesson 2: Using Multiple Routing Protocols on a Network

Simple Protocols and Complex Networks

Having Multiple Routing Protocols Running On One Network

Complex Networks


Demo - Redistribution Supports All Routing Protocols

Redistributed Routes

How to Select the Best Route 

Edge and Core Routing Protocols

Routing Loops Prevention

Redistribution Guidelines

Lesson 3: Implementing Route Redistribution

Redistribution Command

Demo - Redistribute Routes into RIP

Important Route Redistribution Information

Demo - Redistribute Routes into OSPF

Default Metric for BGP, OSPF, and RIP

Demo - Default Metric for Routing Protocols

Redistributing into EIGRP

Demo - Redistributing Routes into EIGRP

Default Metric for EIGRP

Demo - Applying Metric Values for EIGRP

Modifying the Administrative Distance

Demo - Modifying the Administrative Distance for all Routing Protocols

Changing the Default Administrative Distance

Changing the Default OSPF Administrative Distance

Changing the Default EIGRP Administrative Distance

Demo - Changing OSPF AD

Lesson 4: Controlling Routing Update Traffic

Controlling Routing Updates Passive Interfaces

passive-interface default Command

Static Routes

Default Routes

Route Maps

Demo - Route Map

To Define a Route Map

To Specify Criteria to be Matched

To Modify Matching Conditions

Define and Name the Route Map

Various Route-map Commands for PBR (Slide 1 of 2)

Various Route-map Commands for PBR (Slide 2 of 2)

Configure Route Maps for Redistribution

Redistribution Commands for Route-map (Slide 1 of 2)

Redistribution Commands for Route-map (Slide 2 of 2)

Using Distribute Lists

Demo - Using Distribute Lists and Filter Incoming Routing Updates

Define a Filter for Incoming Routing Updates

Demo - Defining a Filter for Outgoing Routing Commands

Define a Filter for Outgoing Routing Updates

Demo - Distribute List In or Out and Examples

Prefix Lists

Demo - Distribute Lists to Avoid Route Feedback

Demo - Fallbacks of Distribute Lists

Prefix List Configuration

Demo - Using Prefix Lists

Chapter 04 Summary 

Chapter 05 - Implementing Path Control        1h 35m

Lesson 1: Understanding Path Control

Path Control Network Performance Assessment

Considerations for Network Redundancy

Path Control Integrated Strategy

Demo - Similarities of ACLs and Prefix Lists

Lesson 2: Implementing Path Control using Offset-Lists

Demo - Configuring a Prefix List

Path Control Using Offset Lists

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