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Vskills Offering Certification in Router Support. This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already …

Vskills Offering Certification in Router Support. This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.

Earning VSkills Router Support Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. VSkills Router Support Professional Certification can also lead to increased job satisfaction. Certified individuals have increased competence, productivity, and credibility with their employers, co-workers, and clients.

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  • 1. Certified Router SupportProfessionalVS-1035
  • 2. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inCertifiedCertifiedCertifiedCertified Router SupportRouter SupportRouter SupportRouter Support ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification Code VS-1035Knowledge ofKnowledge ofKnowledge ofKnowledge of BBBBasicasicasicasic NNNNetworketworketworketwork SSSSupport certification is preupport certification is preupport certification is preupport certification is pre----requisite.requisite.requisite.requisite.Router SupportRouter SupportRouter SupportRouter Support ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalProfessional helps demonstrate an individuals overall comprehension andexpertise of supporting small and medium computer network. VSkills Router SupportProfessional Certification holders have more than a working familiarity with networks,switches and routers—they are technically skilled to take advantage of the breadth offeatures efficiently and effectively.Router support consists of day-to-day support of computer network and optimizingcomputer networks with VLAN, STP and VLSM. It also involves protecting the networkaccess by ACLs and linking with other routers by OSPF, RIP and EIGRP.It is in great demand in IT infrastructure companies, data centers, MNCs, Corporates andGovernment organizations.Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosenareas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to takecertification for further career progression.Earning VSkills Router Support Professional Certification can help candidate differentiatein todays competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displayingtheir advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. VSkills Router SupportProfessional Certification can also lead to increased job satisfaction. Certified individualshave increased competence, productivity, and credibility with their employers, co-workers,and clients.For employers, the certification provides skill-verification tools that not only help assess apersons skills in basic network support but also the ability to quickly complete on-the-jobtasks across multiple programs.Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?The certification benefits hardware engineers and professionals, networking engineers andprofessionals and students who want to present themselves as truly knowledgeable anddifferentiate themselves in a competitive job market. It also helps hiring managers makejob placement decisions. Managers who hire candidates with a VSkills Router ProfessionalCertification are helping minimize training costs.
  • 3. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inTest DetailTest DetailTest DetailTest Details:s:s:s:• Duration:Duration:Duration:Duration: 60 minutes• No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions: 50• Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking inthis module.Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Rs. 2,000/- (Includes all taxes)Companies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hire VskillsVskillsVskillsVskills CertifiedCertifiedCertifiedCertified RouterRouterRouterRouter Support ProfessionalSupport ProfessionalSupport ProfessionalSupport ProfessionalRouter Support Professionals are in great demand. There are a lot of boutique nichecompanies, specializing in Integration Services, who are constantly hiring knowledgeableprofessionals. International job consultants also are constantly looking for Basic NetworkSupport Professional for overseas jobs. The skill is also greatly in demand in governmentprojects and companies.
  • 4. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inTable of Content1111 Virtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LAN1.1 Virtual LAN Basics1.2 ISL and 802.1Q Trunking1.3 VLAN Trunking Protocol1.4 VTP Modes1.5 VTP Pruning2222 SSSSpanning Tree Protocolpanning Tree Protocolpanning Tree Protocolpanning Tree Protocol2.1 Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d) & Need2.2 Spanning Tree Working & Convergence2.3 EtherChannel, PortFast & STP Security2.4 Rapid STP (IEEE 802.1w - RSTP)2.5 RSTP Link and Edge Types, Port States, Roles & Convergence2.6 STP Configuration and Verification2.7 Multiple STP Instances2.8 Port Costs, Priority, PortFast, BPDU Guard, EtherChannel and RSTP Configuration2.9 STP Troubleshooting3333 Static and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected Routes3.1 IP routing and addressing process3.2 IP sub-netting and forwarding3.3 DNS, DHCP, ARP, and ICMP3.4 Fragmentation and MTU3.5 Secondary IP Addressing and Subnet Zero3.6 ISL and 802.1Q Configuration on Routers3.7 Configuring Static Routes3.8 The ping command3.9 Static default routes with the ip route and ip default-network command3.10 Classful and Classless Routing4444 VLSM and Route SummarizationVLSM and Route SummarizationVLSM and Route SummarizationVLSM and Route Summarization4.1 VLSM and their configuration4.2 Overlapping VLSM Subnets4.3 Manual Route Summarization4.4 Autosummarization and Discontiguous Classful Networks4.5 Discontiguous Classful Networks4.6 Autosummarization Support and Configuration5555 IP Access Control ListsIP Access Control ListsIP Access Control ListsIP Access Control Lists5.1 IP Standard ACL, their configuration, sequence numbers and wildcard masks5.2 Extended IP access control lists and configuration5.3 Named IP Access Lists5.4 Controlling Telnet and SSH Access with ACLs5.5 Reflexive, Dynamic and Time-Based Access Lists
  • 5. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.in5.6 IP Routing troubleshooting by ping and traceroute commands5.7 VLSM and ACL issues6666 Routing Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol Theory6.1 Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols6.2 Dynamic routing protocol and routing protocol functions6.3 IGP Routing Protocol algorithms, metrics and administrative distance6.4 Distance Vector Routing Protocol features and loop prevention6.5 Route Poisoning and Counting to infinity problem6.6 Split Horizon, poison reverse and triggered updates6.7 The Holddown Process and Holddown Timer6.8 Link-State Routing Protocol and building it6.9 Using Dijkstra SPF6.10 Convergence with Link-State Protocols7777 OOOOSPFSPFSPFSPF7.1 OSPF protocols, operation and neighbors7.2 Searching OSPF Routers7.3 Neighbor States and problems of a neighbor7.4 OSPF Topology Database Exchange7.5 Maintaining LSDB and building the IP Routing Table7.6 Hierarchical OSPF scaling7.7 OSPF areas, advantages, configuration7.8 OSPF single-area and multiple areas configuration7.9 Configuring OSPF Router ID, Hello and Dead Timers, Metrics (Cost), authenticationand load balancing8888 EIGRPEIGRPEIGRPEIGRP8.1 EIGRP Operation and neighbors8.2 Exchanging EIGRP topology information8.3 Best Route Calculation, feasible distance and reported distance8.4 EIGRP Convergence, metrics, successors and feasible successors8.5 The Query and Reply Process8.6 EIGRP Summary and Comparisons with OSPF8.7 EIGRP configuration, verification and authentication8.8 EIGRP Maximum Paths and Variance8.9 Tuning the EIGRP Metric Calculation9999 PointPointPointPoint----totototo----Point WANsPoint WANsPoint WANsPoint WANs9.1 PPP basics and the PPP protocol field9.2 PPP Link Control Protocol (LCP)9.3 Looped link detection and enhanced Error Detection9.4 PPP multilink, authentication and configuration9.5 PAP and CHAP configuration and verification9.6 Keepalive Failure9.7 PAP and CHAP Authentication Failure
  • 6. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.in10101010 Frame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay Concepts10.1 Frame Relay Standards10.2 Virtual Circuits10.3 LMI and Encapsulation Types10.4 Frame Relay local and global addressing10.5 Frame Relay Layer different addressing10.6 Layer Broadcast Handling10.7 Controlling Speed and Discards10.8 FECN, BECN and the discard eligibility (DE) bit10.9 Frame Relay Configuration and Verification10.10 Configuring the Encapsulation and LMI10.11 Frame Relay Address Mapping10.12 Inverse ARP10.13 Static Frame Relay Mapping
  • 7. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inCourse OutlineCourse OutlineCourse OutlineCourse Outline1111 Introduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsWhat is NetworkingAdvantages & DisadvantagesNetwork CharacteristicsNetwork Models (Peer-to-Peer and Client-and-Server)Network Types (LAN,WAN,MAN,PAN)Network Topologies (Bus, Star, Ring)Internet connection (DSL, Cable, Serial Link)Network Media2222 Virtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LAN BasicsISL and 802.1Q TrunkingVLAN Trunking ProtocolVTP ModesVTP Pruning3333 Spanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d) & NeedSpanning Tree Working & ConvergenceEtherChannel, PortFast & STP SecurityRapid STP (IEEE 802.1w - RSTP)RSTP Link and Edge Types, Port States, Roles & ConvergenceSTP Configuration and VerificationMultiple STP InstancesPort Costs, Priority, PortFast, BPDU Guard, EtherChannel and RSTPConfigurationSTP Troubleshooting4444 Static and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesIP routing and addressing processIP sub-netting and forwardingDNS, DHCP, ARP, and ICMPFragmentation and MTUSecondary IP Addressing and Subnet Zero
  • 8. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inISL and 802.1Q Configuration on RoutersConfiguring Static RoutesThe ping commandStatic default routes with the ip route and ip default-network commandClassful and Classless Routing5555 VLSM andVLSM andVLSM andVLSM and Route SummarizationRoute SummarizationRoute SummarizationRoute SummarizationVLSM and their configurationOverlapping VLSM SubnetsManual Route SummarizationAutosummarization and Discontiguous Classful NetworksDiscontiguous Classful NetworksAutosummarization Support and Configuration6666 IP AccIP AccIP AccIP Access Control Listsess Control Listsess Control Listsess Control ListsIP Standard ACL, their configuration, sequence numbers and wildcard masksExtended IP access control lists and configurationNamed IP Access ListsControlling Telnet and SSH Access with ACLsReflexive, Dynamic and Time-Based Access ListsIP Routing troubleshooting by ping and traceroute commandsVLSM and ACL issues7777 Routing Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryInterior and Exterior Routing ProtocolsDynamic routing protocol and routing protocol functionsIGP Routing Protocol algorithms, metrics and administrative distanceDistance Vector Routing Protocol features and loop preventionRoute Poisoning and Counting to infinity problemSplit Horizon, poison reverse and triggered updatesThe Holddown Process and Holddown TimerLink-State Routing Protocol and building itUsing Dijkstra SPFConvergence with Link-State Protocols8888 OSPFOSPFOSPFOSPFOSPF protocols, operation and neighbors
  • 9. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inSearching OSPF RoutersNeighbor States and problems of a neighborOSPF Topology Database ExchangeMaintaining LSDB and building the IP Routing TableHierarchical OSPF scalingOSPF areas, advantages, configurationOSPF single-area and multiple areas configurationConfiguring OSPF Router ID, Hello and Dead Timers, Metrics (Cost),authentication and load balancing9999 EIGRPEIGRPEIGRPEIGRPEIGRP Operation and neighborsExchanging EIGRP topology informationBest Route Calculation, feasible distance and reported distanceEIGRP Convergence, metrics, successors and feasible successorsThe Query and Reply ProcessEIGRP Summary and Comparisons with OSPFEIGRP configuration, verification and authenticationEIGRP Maximum Paths and VarianceTuning the EIGRP Metric Calculation10101010 PointPointPointPoint----totototo----Point WANsPoint WANsPoint WANsPoint WANsPPP basics and the PPP protocol fieldPPP Link Control Protocol (LCP)Looped link detection and enhanced Error DetectionPPP multilink, authentication and configurationPAP and CHAP configuration and verificationKeepalive FailurePAP and CHAP Authentication Failure11111111 Frame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay StandardsVirtual CircuitsLMI and Encapsulation TypesFrame Relay local and global addressingFrame Relay Layer different addressingLayer Broadcast HandlingControlling Speed and DiscardsFECN, BECN and the discard eligibility (DE) bitFrame Relay Configuration and Verification
  • 10. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inConfiguring the Encapsulation and LMIFrame Relay Address MappingInverse ARPStatic Frame Relay Mapping
  • 11. Certified Router Support Professionalwww.vskills.inSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample Questions1. Of PAP and CHAP, which uses a three1. Of PAP and CHAP, which uses a three1. Of PAP and CHAP, which uses a three1. Of PAP and CHAP, which uses a three----way handshake?way handshake?way handshake?way handshake?A. PAP onlyB. CHAP onlyC. BothD. Neither2. Identify the true statements.2. Identify the true statements.2. Identify the true statements.2. Identify the true statements.A. HDLC supports PAP and CHAP.B. HDLC is the default encapsulation type for a Cisco router serial interface.C. PPP does not supports PAP and CHAP.D. PPP is the default encapsulation type on a Cisco router serial interface.3. What command should be used to create frame mappings on a point3. What command should be used to create frame mappings on a point3. What command should be used to create frame mappings on a point3. What command should be used to create frame mappings on a point----totototo----pointpointpointpointsubinterface?subinterface?subinterface?subinterface?A. frame ptp mapB. frame interface-dlciC. frame mapD. frame inverse arp4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what create4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what create4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what create4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what created it?d it?d it?d it?A. Inverse ARPB. Dynamic ARPC. Dynamic ARP InspectionD. The frame relay switches5 What value(s) does PAT use to map translations to a private address?5 What value(s) does PAT use to map translations to a private address?5 What value(s) does PAT use to map translations to a private address?5 What value(s) does PAT use to map translations to a private address?A. IP addressB. MAC addressC. TCP ack numberD. port numberAnswers:Answers:Answers:Answers: 1 (B) 2 (B) 3 (B)1 (B) 2 (B) 3 (B)1 (B) 2 (B) 3 (B)1 (B) 2 (B) 3 (B) 4 (A) 5 (D)4 (A) 5 (D)4 (A) 5 (D)4 (A) 5 (D)