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Master Redes Cisco CCNP v6

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  • 1. TRA I N I N G MASTER Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) V 6.0 c/Basílica, 19 - 28020 Mad rid - Telf.: 91 5 53 61 62 - info@cas-training.com - www.cas-training.com
  • 2. T RA I N I N G MASTER Cisco Certified Network Professional V 6.0 El curriculum CCNP proporciona los conocimientos y habilidades necesarios para desarrollar y mantener los servicios y aplicaciones de una infraestructura de red complemente integrada. El curso se centra en las habilidades avanzadas requeridas para manejar redes punto a punto, peor va un paso más allá del enrutamiento y la conmutación para incluir redes inalámbricas, seguridad y voz. Incluye aspectos tales como redes convergentes, Calidad del Servicio (QoS), Redes Privadas Virtuales (VPNs) y tecnologías de banda ancha. El CCNP integra ingeniería de dispositivos y servicios de última generación, que permite llevar datos de forma rápida y concurrente de servicios de voz, video, wireless y seguridad optimizada. El curriculum incluye tres exámenes de certificación requeridos para obtener la certificación CCNP. Los tres cursos son: CCNP ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing - Examen ROUTE (642-902) CCNP SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching – Examen SWITCH (642-813) CCNP TSHOOT: Maintaining and Troubleshooting IP Networks – Examen TSHOOT (642-832) Los contenidos del Master siguen fielmente el programa oficial de CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY destinados a la obtención por parte del alumno de la Certificación CCNP, altamente valorada en el mercado laboral. 1
  • 3. MASTER Técnico en Redes e Internet CCNP v. 6.0 TRAI N I NG Horario Dos opciones: Lunes a Jueves de 19 a 22 horas Fin de semana: Viernes de 18 a 21 horas y sábados de 9 a 14 horas: clases y laboratorio presencial. Duración Tardes: 4-4,5 meses (aproximado) Fecha de inicio: Según calendario. Lugar Evaluaciones El aprendizaje de las nuevas tecnologías requiere al alumno una actividad continua y constante. El programa del Master no puede dividirse en compartimentos estancos y exclusivos; de acuerdo a las disposiciones establecidas por el fabricante, se registrará una evaluación continua del alumno mediante pruebas teóricas y prácticas distribuidas en capítulos, que prepararán al alumno para una evaluación final de cada semestre. Al ser realizada on line dará derecho, tras su superación, a la obtención de un certificado oficial de CISCO SYSTEMS específico para los contenidos de cada semestre. Tras la superación de las pruebas mencionadas, el alumno podrá optar a los diferentes exámenes de certificación CCNP. C/ Basílica, 19 – 5ª Planta. Horas Lectivas 180 horas lectivas y guiadas por el Instructor. Objetivos de Certificación - CCNP Laboratorio Según especificaciones de Cysco Systems Exámenes válidos para las certificaciones CCNP, CCDP, CCIP y CCIE Routing & Switching o CCIE Communications & Services 642-902 - ROUTE 642-813 – SWITCH 642-832 – TSHOOT Prestaciones Un ordenador por persona. Posibilidad de hacer prácticas en aula. Dirigido a Personas con la certificación CCNA que buscan certificarse en CCNP, CCIP, CCSP, CCDP o CCIE. Administradores de Red Ingeniero de Sistemas – Nivel 2 Técnico de Redes. Ingeniero de Despliegue Profesorado Profesionales avalados por el fabricante. Material Usuario y Password para acceder al área privada de la página de Cisco específica para alumnos de Networking Academy. Documentación en castellano. Prácticas de laboratorio. Actividades del Packet Tracer Certificado de asistencia de CAS TRAINING y de CISCO. 2
  • 4. MASTER Técnico en Redes e Internet CCNP v. 6.0 TRAI N I NG Contenidos CCNP ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing CCNP SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching ROUTING SERVICES ANALYZING THE CISCO ENTERPRISE CAMPUS ARCHITECTURE Assessing Complex Enterprise Network Requirements Reviewing IP Routing Principles Creating and Documenting an Implementation Plan CONFIGURING THE ENHANCED INTERIOR GATEWAY ROUTING PROTOCOL EIGRP Capabilities and Attributes Planning EIGRP Routing Implementations Configuring and Verifying EIGRP Configuring and Verifying EIGRP in an Enterprise WAN Configuring and Verifying EIGRP Authentication Optimizing EIGRP Implementations CONFIGURING THE OPEN SHORTEST PATH FIRST PROTOCOL Understanding OSPF Terminology and Operation OSPF Packets Planning OSPF Routing Implementations Configuring and Verifying Basic OSPF Understanding OSPF Network Types, Link State Advertisements, and Tables Configuring and Verifying Advanced OSPF Features Configuring OSPF Authentication MANIPULATING ROUTING UPDATES Assessing Network Routing Performance Issues Controlling Routing Update Using Multiple Routing Protocols on a Implementing Route Redistribution IMPLEMENTING PATH CONTROL Understanding Path Control Implement Path Control using Offset-Lists Implement Path Control using IP SLA Implement Path Control using Policy Based Routing IMPLEMENTING A BORDER GATEWAY PROTOCOL SOLUTION FOR ISP CONNECTIVITY Planning the Enterprise-to-ISP Connection Understanding BGP Terminology and Operation Configuring and Verifying BGP Basic BGP Path Manipulation Using Route Maps Inbound and Outbound EBGP Path Selections IMPLEMENTING ROUTING FACILITIES FOR BRANCH OFFICES AND MOBILE WORKERS Campus Network Design Principles Applying the Lifecycle Approach to Campus Design IMPLEMENTING VLANS IN CAMPUS NETWORKS Implementing VLAN Technologies in a Campus Network Configuring VLANs and Trunks Configuring Link Aggregation IMPLEMENTING SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL Spanning Tree Protocols Configuring Spanning Tree Spanning Tree Enhancements Troubleshooting Spanning Tree Issues IMPLEMENTING INTERVLAN ROUTING Describing InterVLAN Routing Configuring InterVLAN Routing Implementing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol in a Multilayer Switched Environment Deploying CEF-Based Multilayer Switching IMPLEMENTING HIGH AVAILABILITY AND REDUNDANCY IN A CAMPUS NETWORK Implementing and Monitoring High Availability Understanding Supervisor Redundancy Understanding Gateway Redundancy Protocols Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP Implementing Server Load Balancing SECURING THE CAMPUS INFRASTRUCTURE Switch Security Fundamentals VLAN Attacks MAC-Based Attacks Spoof Attacks Securing Network Switches Troubleshooting Performance and Connectivity PREPARING THE CAMPUS INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ADVANCED SERVICES Assessing Converged Traffic in the Campus Infrastructure Understanding QoS Implementing IP Multicast Preparing the Campus Infrastructure to Support Wireless Preparing the Campus Infrastructure to Support Voice Preparing the Campus Infrastructure to Support Video Planning the Branch Office Implementation Analyzing Services in the Branch Office Routing Traffic to the Branch Office Planning for Mobile Worker Implementations Routing Traffic to the Mobile Worker IMPLEMENTING IPV6 IN AN ENTERPRISENETWORK IPv6 Addressing in an Enterprise Network Assigning IPv6 Addresses Routing IPv6 Traffic Tunneling IPv6 Traffic IPv6 Static and Dynamic NAT-PT 3
  • 5. MASTER Técnico en Redes e Internet CCNP v. 6.0 CCNP TSHOOT: Maintaining Troubleshooting IP Networks TRAI N I NG and PLANNING MAINTENANCE FOR COMPLEX NETWORKS Applying Maintenance Methodologies Maintenance Processes and Procedures Network Maintenance Tools, Applications, and Resources TROUBLESHOOTING PROCESSES FOR COMPLEX ENTERPRISE NETWORKS Troubleshooting Methodologies Implementing Troubleshooting Procedures Integrating Troubleshooting into the Network Maintenance Process USING MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS Using Cisco IOS Software for Maintenance and Troubleshooting Using Specialized Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools MAINTAINING AND TROUBLESHOOTING CAMPUS SWITCHED SOLUTIONS Troubleshooting VLANs Troubleshooting Spanning Tree Troubleshooting Switched Virtual Interfaces (SVIs) and InterVLAN Routing Troubleshooting First Hop Redundancy Protocol Operation MAINTAINING AND TROUBLESHOOTING ROUTING SOLUTIONS Troubleshooting Network Layer Connectivity Troubleshooting EIGRP Troubleshooting OSPF Troubleshooting Route Redistribution Troubleshooting BGP TROUBLESHOOTING ADDRESSING SERVICES Identifying Common IPv4 Addressing Service Issues Identifying Common IPv6 Routing and Tunneling Issues TROUBLESHOOTING NETWORK PERFORMANCE ISSUES Troubleshooting Network Application Services Troubleshooting Performance Issues on Switches Troubleshooting Performance Issues on TROUBLESHOOTING CONVERGED NETWORKS Troubleshooting Wireless Issues in a Converged Network Troubleshooting Unified Communications Issues in a Converged Network Troubleshooting Video Issues in a Converged Network MAINTAINING AND IMPLEMENTATIONS TROUBLESHOOTING NETWORK SECURITY Troubleshooting Secure Networks Troubleshooting Management Plane Security Troubleshooting Control Plane Security Troubleshooting Data Plane Security Troubleshooting Branch Office and Remote Worker Connectivity REVIEW AND PREPARATION FOR ENTERPRISE NETWORKS TROUBLESHOOTING COMPLEX Troubleshooting Complex Environments 4

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