IP Routing Technical Duration: 3 days

IP Routing Technical
CONTENT
In this comprehensive 3-day, generic routing course, you will develop an advanced set of skills to help you optimize the configuration, design and deployment of a router-based internetwork. The training will give you knowledge about the complex concepts and commands necessary to configure routes for scalable operation in large and/or growing networks.
The instructor will angle on the operational design and scaling principles of routing protocols used in large-scale networks.

TARGET AUDIENCE
This course is aimed at technical personnel that need a deeper understanding of how to implement advanced routing configurations.

PREREQUISITES
Basic working knowledge of bridges and routers and a complete understanding of the OSI model, IP addressing, and IP subnetting.

EXCERCISES
This is a theoretical training with practical exercises.

NOTE: This course is not delivered with the FoldOut methodology.

Routing Overview Routing
•    Routing Fundamentals
•    Static Routing
•    Configuring Dynamic Routing
•    Distance Vector Routing Protocols
•    Link-State Routing Protocols
•    Default Routing

Default Routing Overview
•    Configuring Static Default Routes.
•    Default Route Caveats

Floating Static Routes
•    Configuring Floating Static Routes

Convergence
•    Convergence Issues

Route Calculation
•    Route Calculation Fundamentals
•    The Initiation of Routing Updates
•    Routing Metrics

OSPF Overview
•    Issues Addressed by OSPF
•    OSPF Terminology
•    OSPF States
•    OSPF Network Types
•    The OSPF Hello Protocol

OSPF Operation
•    Steps of OSPF Operation
•    Step 1: Establish Router Adjacencies
•    Step 2: Elect a DR and a BDR
•    Step 3: Discover Routes
•    Step 4: Select Appropriate Routes
•    Step 5: Maintain Routing Information

OSPF Configuration and Verification
•    Configuring OSPF on Routers Within a Single Area
•    Optional Configuration Commands
•    show Commands
•    clear and debug Commands

Multiarea OSPF Operation
•    Creating Multiple OSPF Areas
•     OSPF Router Types
•    OSPF LSA and Area Types
•    Configuring OSPF Operation Across Multiple Areas
•    Flooding LSUs to Multiple Areas
•    Updating the Routing Table
•    Opaque LSAs

Multiarea OSPF Configuration and Verification
•    Using and Configuring OSPF Multiarea Components
•    Configuring OSPF Route Summarization
•    Verifying Multiarea OSPF Operation

Stub, Totally Stubby, and Not-So-Stubby Areas
•    Using Stub and Totally Stubby Areas
•    Stub and Totally Stubby Area Criteria
•    Configuring Stub and Totally Stubby Areas
•    OSPF Stub Area Configuration Example
•    OSPF Totally Stubby Area Configuration Example
•    NSSA Overview
•    How NSSA Operates
•    Configuring NSSA

Virtual Links
•    Meeting the Backbone Area Requirements
•    Configuring Virtual Links
•    Virtual Link Configuration Example

Routing Information Protocol Version 2103 RIPv2 Overview
•    RIPv2 Operation
•    RIPv2 Message Format
•    Compatibility with RIPv1
•    Classless Route Lookups
•    Classless Routing Protocols
•    Authentication
•    Limitations of RIPv2

Configuring RIPv2
•    Basic RIPv2 Configuration
•    Compatibility with RIPv1
•    Discontiguous Subnets and Classless Routing
•    Configuring Authentication

Verifying RIPv2 Operation
•    show Commands
•    debug Commands

IS-IS Fundamentals
•    OSI Protocols
•    OSI Terminology
•    ES-IS and IS-IS
•    Integrated IS-IS
•    OSPF Versus IS-IS

ISO Addressing
•    NSAPs.
•    NETs.
•    ISO Addressing with Cisco Routers
•    Identifying Systems in IS-IS

IS-IS Operation
•    High-Level View of IS-IS Operation
•    OSI PDUs
•    IS-IS Hello Messages
•    IS-IS Link-State PDU (LSP) Formats
•    IS-IS Routing Levels
•    IS-IS Adjacencies
•    Designated Intermediate Systems (DIS) and Pseudonodes (PSN)
•    IS-IS Data Flow
•    LSP Flooding and Synchronization
•    IS-IS Metrics
•    IS-IS Network Types
•    SPF Algorithm

IP Routing with Integrated IS-IS
•    OSI, IP, and Dual
•    Suboptimal IS-IS Routing
•    Intra-Area and Interarea Integrated IS-IS Routing Example

Configuration of Integrated IS-IS
•    Basic Configuration of Integrated IS-IS
•    Multiarea Integrated IS-IS Configuration

Integrated IS-IS Operation in a WAN Environment
•    Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Operation with IS-IS
•    Configuring Integrated IS-IS in a WAN Environment
•    Frame Relay Point-to-Point Scenario with Integrated IS-IS
•    Frame Relay Point-to-Multipoint Scenario with Integrated IS-IS
•    Detecting Mismatched Interfaces with Integrated IS-IS

BGP
•    BGP Characteristics
•    BGP Implementations
•    BGP Databases
•    BGP Peers
•    Comparing EBGP and IBGP
•    BGP Path Attributes
•    BGP Route Selection
•    BGP Route Aggregation
•    BGP Route Reflect and Confederation
•    BGP Multi Homing
•    BGP HA Technologies
•    BGP Troubleshooting

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