This is an advanced course on Cisco routing configuration. Upon completion of this course students will be able to configure and optimize a routing domain using OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, PBR, IP SLA and configure redistribution when needed. This course covers routing for both IPv4 and IPv6.Live training will focus on content within Modules 2-6. Students are expected to complete modules 1 and 7, and Module 6 lessons 1 through 3 by using the recorded training format. These recorded-only training sections can be reviewed within the Encore format’s thorough coverage or your Live Session Homework (Live Session + Live Session Homework or Encore required for completion). This allows the Live sessions to focus on the most challenging and critical material.
SkillsThis course provides instruction in the following:Configuration of EIGRP routing in a large network for IPv4 and IPv6Configuration of OSPF and OSPFv3 routing in a large networkConfiguration of redistribution between multiple routing protocolsConfiguration of policy based routingIntegration with an ISP using BGPSecuring a routing domain
Included LabsDocumenting your TopologyConfiguring EIGRP on R1 R2 R3Configuring EIGRP on R4 R5 R6Troubleshooting EIGRP Adj.Troubleshooting EIGRP Adj. Part 2Troubleshooting EIGRP Routes: Part 1Troubleshooting EIGRP Routes: Part 2Configuring EIGRP Passive interfacesConfiguring EIGRP Route SummarizationConfiguring EIGRP Unicast NeighborshipsConfiguring EIGRP AuthenticationConfiguring a Static Default Route with EIGRPUsing ISPA as the Primary Path with EIGRPImplementing the EIGRP Stub FeatureTroubleshooting EIGRP Stub RoutersLoad Balancing with EIGRPUsing Leak Maps with EIGRPFiltering EIGRP Routes with Distribute ListsEIGRP Convergence TimersImplementing Policy Based Routing Part 1Implementing Policy Based Routing Part 2Implement OSPFv2 Part 1Implementing OSPFv2 Part2Implementing OSPFv2 Part 3Advertising a Default RouteConfiguring OSPF Passive InterfacesSetting the OSPF Reference BandwidthConfigure OSPF AuthenticationRedistributing Connected Networks Into OSPFSuppressing Type 5 LSAs in Area 123Suppressing Type 5 and 3 LSAs in Area 123Suppressing type 5 LSAs in area 4567Suppressing Type 5 and 3 LSAs in area 4567Filtering OSPF v2 Routes with Distribute ListsFiltering Type 3 LSAs with Filter ListsModifying the Cost of an OSPF InterfaceConfiguring OSPF Inter-Area Route SummarizationConfiguring OSPF External Route SummarizationModifying the Metric of an OSPF External RouteModifying the OSPF Metric TypeThe OSPF Path Selection ProcessOSPF Virtual LinksTroubleshooting OSPF: Part 5Troubleshooting OSPF: Part 1Troubleshooting OSPF: Part 2Troubleshooting OSPF: Part 3Troubleshooting OSPF: Part 4Troubleshooting OSPF: Part 6Redistribution Part 1: EIGRP to OSPF on R5Redistribution Part 2: EIGRP to OSPF on R6Redistribution Part 3: EIGRP to OSPF on R6Redistribution Part 4: OSPF To EIGRP on R5Redistribution Part 5: OSPF to EIGRP on R6Redistribution Issues Part 1Redistribution Issues Part 2Redistribution Issues Part 3Configuring EBGP on R3 and R4 to ISPsConfiguring EBGP on R4, R5, and R6Configuring IBGP Peerings in AS 64501Configuring IBGP Peerings in AS 64500Solving Next Hop IP Issues in AS 64501: Part 1Solving Next Hop IP Issues in AS 64501: Part 2Troubleshooting BGP Issues in AS 64500 Part 1Troubleshooting BGP Issues in AS 64500 Part 2Advertising Networks with BGP: Part1Advertising Networks with BGP: Part2Advertising Summary Networks with BGP: Part 1Advertising Summary Networks with BGP: Part 2Redistribution Networks into BGPManipulating BGP Path Selection: WeightManipulating BGP Path Selection: Local PreferenceManipulating BGP Path Selection: MEDManipulating BGP Path Selection: AS PathConfiguring EIGRP for IPv6 on R1 and R2Conifguring EIGRP for IPv6 Passive InterfacesConfigure EIGRP for Ipv6 on R3Implementing the EIGRP for IPv6 Stub featureConfiguring OSPFv3 in Area 0Configuring OSPFv3 in Area 567Redistributing from OSPFv3 into EIGRP for IPv6Redistributing from EIGRP for IPv6 into OSPFv3OSPFv3 Stub AreaOSPFv3 Totally Stubby AreaConfiguring the DMVPN HubConfiguring the DMVPN SpokesUsing EIGRP over a DMVPNSolving Reachability Issues over DMVPNsConfiguring Spoke to Spoke DMVPNs
OutlineImplementing Cisco IP Routing 2.0Module 1: Basic Network and Routing ConceptsLesson 1: Differentiating Routing ProtocolsLesson 2: Understanding Network TechnologiesLesson 3: Connecting Remote Locations with the HeadquartersLesson 4: Implementing RIPngModule 2: EIGRP ImplementationLesson 1: Establishing EIGRP Neighbor RelationshipsLesson 2: Building the EIGRP Topology TableLesson 3: Optimizing EIGRP BehaviorLesson 4: Configuring EIGRP for IPv6Lesson 5: Discovering Named EIGRP ConfigurationModule 3: OSPF ImplementationLesson 1: Establishing OSPF Neighbor RelationshipLesson 2: Building the Link State DatabaseLesson 3: Optimizing OSPF BehaviorLesson 4: Configuring OSPFv3Module 4: Configuration of RedistributionLesson 1: Implementing Basic Routing Protocol RedistributionLesson 2: Manipulating Redistribution Using Route FilteringModule 5: Path Control ImplementationLesson 1: Implementing Path ControlModule 6: Enterprise Internet ConnectivityLesson 1: Planning Enterprise Internet ConnectivityLesson 2: Establishing Single-Homed IPv4 Internet ConnectivityLesson 3: Establishing Single-Homed IPv6 Internet ConnectivityLesson 4: Improving Resilience of Internet ConnectivityLesson 5: Considering Advantages of Using BGPLesson 6: Implementing Basic BGP OperationsLesson 7: Using BGP Attributes and Path Selection ProcessLesson 8: Controlling BGP Routing UpdatesLesson 9: Implementing BGP for IPv6 Internet ConnectivityModule 7: Routers and Routing Protocol HardeningLesson 1: Describing Routing Protocol Authentication OptionsLesson 2: Configuring EIGRP AuthenticationLesson 3: Configuring OSPF AuthenticationLesson 4: Configuring BGP Authentication
Expected Duration (hours)
Exams300-101 ROUTE 2.0
This course is intended for students who are looking for real-world routing knowledge, and those that are considering CCNP and CCIP certification. This course’s discussion of routing could also benefit early CCIE Routing and Switching candidates.