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BSCI Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks v3.0


In this comprehensive 5-day, Authorized Cisco course, you will develop an advanced set of skills to help you optimize the configuration and deployment of a Cisco router-based internetwork. Learn the complex concepts and commands necessary to configure Cisco routers for scalable operation in large and/or growing internetworks. Whether your goal is to take your Cisco routing skills to the next level or to achieve CCNP or CCIP certification, this is the right course for you.

What You'll Learn

  • Converged network requirements of various network and networked applications within the Cisco network architectures
  • Advanced IP address configuration techniques to optimize your network
  • Implement and verify EIGRP operations
  • Build a scalable multi-area network with OSPF
  • Configure integrated IS-IS in a single area
  • Manipulate routing and packet flow
  • Implement and verify BGP for enterprise ISP connectivity
  • Implement and verify multicast forwarding using PIM and related protocols
  • Network reconfiguration to adapt to new technologies, including IPv6
  • How IPv6 functions in order to satisfy the increasingly complex requirements of hierarchical addressing
  • IPv6 routing protocols

Who Needs to Attend

Network administrators, network specialists and technicians who configure and support large internetworks, and individuals seeking CCNP, CCIP, and CCDP certifications.

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Suggested Prerequisites

CCNA certification or familiarity with internetworking technologies and the ability to perform basic configuration of Cisco routers is required. Knowledge of IP, including the ability to perform IP subnetting on non-octal boundaries and the ability to configure IP standard and extended access lists, distance vector routing protocol operation and configuration, serial interface configuration, and the ability to interpret a Cisco routing table. Prerequisite knowledge can be acquired from successfully completing ICND Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices or CCNA Boot Camp.


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