About this course:
The certification of CCNP Service Provider - Cisco Certified Network Professional Service Provider is for service provider systems engineers, network engineers, and network experts who are liable for conveying a versatile carrier-grade foundation equipped for a quick extension to help continuing presentation of new oversaw administrations and other client necessities.
This boot camp incorporates vouchers of the exam and sets you up for the below tests:
- 642-883 SPROUTE
- 642-889 SPEDGE
- 642-887 SPCORE
- 642-885 SPADVROUTE
The normal compensation for the Engineer of a Cisco Certified Professional Network is $97,000 every year.
This boot camp incorporates below courses:
- SPADVROUTE 1.2 - Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Network Routing
- SPROUTE 1.2 - Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing
At the time of this course completion, students will be able to:
- Describe the technologies of VPN that are utilized in the environment of the service provider and the peer-to-peer architecture of MPLS VPN.
- Describe how the VPN model of MPLS Layer 3 can be utilized to implement Internet access and managed services.
- Describe the steps for implementation that are expected to give MPLS Layer 3 VPN service in the network of a service provider
- Describe Ethernet services and Layer 2 VPNs.
- Define the solutions of MPLS for interdomain and IPv6 communication.
- Explain MPLS features, and how MPLS labels are distributed and assigned.
- Present the idea of QoS and define the need to execute QoS
- Talk about the necessity for traffic engineering in the latest networks that must accomplish the ideal utilization of resources.
- Mark and Classify network traffic to execute a policy of administrative requiring QoS
- Introduce traffic shaping and policing concept, including a dual token bucket, token bucket, and dual-rate policing.
- Introduce several queuing mechanisms of Cisco QoS used to manage congestion of the network
- Identify the requirements of typical routing and list the protocols of routing in service provider networks
- Explain the importance of the routing protocol of integrated IS-IS for internal routing and list the steps in executing Integrated IS-IS into the network service provider.
- Explain the steps required to execute OSPF in the network of a service provider.
- Execute BGP to link an endeavor to a service provider, and a service provider to an upstream supplier of services
- Configure the supplier system to help numerous BGP links with clients and different autonomous frameworks.
- Describe instruments utilized for route redistribution, routing protocol manipulation, and BGP route selection.
- Describe common addressing and routing scalability issues in the network of the provider.
- Explain service provider IPv6 progress executions.
- Introduce the technologies that are present in IP multicasting and IP multicast services
- Describe available BGP features and tools and to protect and optimize the routing protocol of BGP in the environment of a service provider.
- Present PIM-SM as the most present multicast routing protocol of scalable IP.
This course is designed for:
Network engineers, network administrators, systems engineers, and network managers
Valid Cisco CCIP, or Valid Cisco CCNA Service Provider, or Any Cisco CCIE certification