Cisco 300-101 ROUTE - Implementing Cisco IP Routing

40 Hours / 12 Months / Self-Paced

Course Overview:

Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE 300-101) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching and CCDP certifications. The ROUTE 300-101 exam certifies the routing knowledge and skills of successful candidates. They are certified in using advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing scalable and highly secure Cisco routers that are connected to LANs, WANs, and IPv6.  The exam also covers the configuration of highly secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers.

This course includes FREE access for 12 months to a cloud based lab platform to assist students develop the practical information technology (IT) skills necessary to succeed in high in demand IT jobs.  This cloud based lab solution uses real equipment that enables our students to execute each practical task in a safe environment that is accessible from anywhere without needing to buy their own hardware or risk damage to their own system.

Along with providing the necessary hardware in a virtual environment, students gain access to high quality practical exercises that cover many of the exam topics they will encounter on their certifying exams.

Course Outline:

Lesson 1: CCNP Routing and Switching ROUTE 300-101 Official Cert Guide
Lesson 2: Introduction
  • The CCNP ROUTE Exam
  • CCNP ROUTE 300-101 Official Cert Guide
Lesson 3: Characteristics of Routing Protocols
  • Routing Protocol Fundamentals
  • Network Technology Fundamentals
  • TCP/IP Fundamentals
  • Network Migration Strategies
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 4: Remote Site Connectivity
  • Remote Connectivity Overview
  • MPLS VPN
  • GRE
  • DMVPN
  • Multipoint GRE
  • NHRP
  • IPsec
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 5: IPv6 Review and RIPng
  • Introduction to IP Version 6 Addressing
  • Global Unicast Addressing, Routing, and Subnetting
  • IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses Assignment
  • Survey of IPv6 Addressing
  • Configuring IPv6 Addresses on Cisco Routers
  • RIP Next Generation (RIPng)
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 6: Fundamental EIGRP Concepts
  • EIGRP Fundamentals
  • EIGRP Neighborships
  • Neighborship over WANs
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 7: Advanced EIGRP Concepts
  • Building the EIGRP Topology Table
  • Building the IP Routing Table
  • Optimizing EIGRP Convergence
  • Route Filtering
  • Default Routes
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 8: EIGRP for IPv6 and Named EIGRP
  • IPv6 Overview
  • EIGRP for IPv6
  • Named EIGRP
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 9: Fundamental OSPF Concepts
  • OSPF Review
  • OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on LANs
  • OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on WANs
  • Virtual Links
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 10: The OSPF Link-State Database
  • LSAs and the OSPF Link-State Database
  • The Database Exchange Process
  • Choosing the Best OSPF Routes
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 11: Advanced OSPF Concepts
  • Route Filtering
  • Route Summarization
  • Default Routes and Stub Areas
  • OSPF Version 3
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 12: Route Redistribution
  • Route Redistribution Basics
  • Redistribution into EIGRP
  • Redistribution into OSPF
  • Redistribution with Route Maps and Distribute Lists
  • Issues with Multiple Redistribution Points
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 13: Route Selection
  • Cisco Express Forwarding
  • Policy-Based Routing
  • IP Service-Level Agreement
  • VRF-Lite
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 14: Fundamentals of Internet Connectivity
  • Provider-Assigned IPv4 Addresses
  • NAT
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 15: Fundamental BGP Concepts
  • The Basics of Internet Routing and Addressing
  • Introduction to BGP
  • Outbound Routing Toward the Internet
  • External BGP for Enterprises
  • Verifying the BGP Table
  • Injecting Routes into BGP for Advertisement to the ISPs
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 16: Advanced BGP Concepts
  • Internal BGP Between Internet-Connected Routers
  • Avoiding Routing Loops When Forwarding Toward the Internet
  • Route Filtering and Clearing BGP Peers
  • BGP Path Attributes and Best-Path Algorithm
  • Influencing an Enterprise's Outbound Routes
  • Influencing an Enterprise's Inbound Routes with MED
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 17: IPv6 Internet Connectivity
  • IPv6 Internet Connections
  • BGP Support for IPv6
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 18: Fundamental Router Security Concepts
  • Elements of a Router Security Policy
  • Access Control Lists
  • Management Plane Security
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 19: Routing Protocol Authentication
  • Authentication Methods
  • EIGRP Authentication
  • OSPF Authentication
  • BGP Authentication
  • Exam Preparation Tasks
Lesson 20: Appendix A: Conversion Tables
Lesson 21: Appendix B: Glossary
Cisco 300-101 ROUTE  Practice Lab:
  • Configure and verify PPP
  • Configure and verify IPv4 addressing and subnetting
  • Configure and verify static and default routing
  • Configure and verify VRF lite
  • Route redistribution and filtering techniques
  • EIGRP Route summarization
  • OSPF Route summarization
  • Configure and verify policy based routing
  • Configure and verify RIPng
  • Configure and verify EIGRP
  • Configure and verify EIGRP for IPv6
  • Configure and verify OSPF
  • Configure and verify OSPF for IPv6
  • Configure and verify BGP
  • Configure and verify BGP for IPv6
  • Configure and verify GRE
  • Configure device management and access control
  • Configure and verify router security features
  • Configuring network services
  • Configure and verify IPv4 Network Address Translation
  • Configure and verify IP SLA
  • Configure and verify tracking objects

Certification(s):

This course prepares the student to take the Cisco 300-101 ROUTE: Implementing Cisco IP Routing certification exam.


System Requirements:

Internet Connectivity Requirements:
  • Cable and DSL internet connections are recommended.

Hardware Requirements:
  • Minimum Pentium 400 Mhz CPU or G3 Macintosh. 1 GHz or greater CPU recommended.
  • 256MB RAM minimum. 1 GB RAM recommended.
  • 800x600 video resolution minimum. 1025x768 recommended.
  • Speakers/Headphones to listen to Dialogue steaming audio sessions.
  • A microphone to speak in Dialogue streaming audio sessions.
Operating System Requirements:
  • Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 9, 10
  • Mac OSX 10 or higher.
  • OpenSUSE Linux 9.2 or higher.
Web Browser Requirements:
  • Google Chrome is recommended.
  • Firefox 13.x or greater.
  • Internet Explorer 6.x or greater.
  • Safari 3.2.2 or greater.
Software Requirements:
  • Adobe Flash Player 6 or greater.
  • Oracle Java 7 or greater.
  • Adobe Reader 7 or greater.
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