Router Support Certification

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Router Support Professionalhelps demonstrate an individual's overall comprehension and expertise of supporting small and medium computer network. VSkills Router Support Professional Certification holders have more than a working familiarity with networks, switches and routers—they are technically skilled to take advantage of the breadth of features efficiently and effectively.
Router support consists of day-to-day support of computer network and optimizing computer networks with VLAN, STP and VLSM. It also involves protecting the network access 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 and Government organizations.

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Router Support Certification

  1. 1. Certified Router Support Professional VS-1035
  2. 2. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in CertifiedCertifiedCertifiedCertified Router SupportRouter SupportRouter SupportRouter Support ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalProfessional Certification CodeCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification Code VS-1035 Knowledge 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 individual's overall comprehension and expertise of supporting small and medium computer network. VSkills Router Support Professional Certification holders have more than a working familiarity with networks, switches and routers—they are technically skilled to take advantage of the breadth of features efficiently and effectively. Router support consists of day-to-day support of computer network and optimizing computer networks with VLAN, STP and VLSM. It also involves protecting the network access 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 and Government 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 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. For employers, the certification provides skill-verification tools that not only help assess a person's skills in basic network support but also the ability to quickly complete on-the-job tasks 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 and professionals and students who want to present themselves as truly knowledgeable and differentiate themselves in a competitive job market. It also helps hiring managers make job placement decisions. Managers who hire candidates with a VSkills Router Professional Certification are helping minimize training costs.
  3. 3. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in Test DetaiTest DetaiTest DetaiTest Details:ls:ls:ls: • 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 in this module. Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure: Rs. 4,000/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hire VskillsVskillsVskillsVskills CertifiedCertifiedCertifiedCertified RouterRouterRouterRouter Support ProfessionalSupport ProfessionalSupport ProfessionalSupport Professional Router Support Professionals are in great demand. There are a lot of boutique niche companies, specializing in Integration Services, who are constantly hiring knowledgeable professionals. International job consultants also are constantly looking for Basic Network Support Professional for overseas jobs. The skill is also greatly in demand in government projects and companies.
  4. 4. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in Table of Content 1111 Virtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LAN 1.1 Virtual LAN Basics 1.2 ISL and 802.1Q Trunking 1.3 VLAN Trunking Protocol 1.4 VTP Modes 1.5 VTP Pruning 2222 Spanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree Protocol 2.1 Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d) & Need 2.2 Spanning Tree Working & Convergence 2.3 EtherChannel, PortFast & STP Security 2.4 Rapid STP (IEEE 802.1w - RSTP) 2.5 RSTP Link and Edge Types, Port States, Roles & Convergence 2.6 STP Configuration and Verification 2.7 Multiple STP Instances 2.8 Port Costs, Priority, PortFast, BPDU Guard, EtherChannel and RSTP Configuration 2.9 STP Troubleshooting 3333 Static and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected Routes 3.1 IP routing and addressing process 3.2 IP sub-netting and forwarding 3.3 DNS, DHCP, ARP, and ICMP 3.4 Fragmentation and MTU 3.5 Secondary IP Addressing and Subnet Zero 3.6 ISL and 802.1Q Configuration on Routers 3.7 Configuring Static Routes 3.8 The ping command 3.9 Static default routes with the ip route and ip default-network command 3.10 Classful and Classless Routing 4444 VLSM and Route SummarizationVLSM and Route SummarizationVLSM and Route SummarizationVLSM and Route Summarization 4.1 VLSM and their configuration 4.2 Overlapping VLSM Subnets 4.3 Manual Route Summarization 4.4 Autosummarization and Discontiguous Classful Networks 4.5 Discontiguous Classful Networks 4.6 Autosummarization Support and Configuration 5555 IP Access Control ListsIP Access Control ListsIP Access Control ListsIP Access Control Lists 5.1 IP Standard ACL, their configuration, sequence numbers and wildcard masks 5.2 Extended IP access control lists and configuration 5.3 Named IP Access Lists 5.4 Controlling Telnet and SSH Access with ACLs 5.5 Reflexive, Dynamic and Time-Based Access Lists
  5. 5. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in 5.6 IP Routing troubleshooting by ping and traceroute commands 5.7 VLSM and ACL issues 6666 Routing Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol Theory 6.1 Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols 6.2 Dynamic routing protocol and routing protocol functions 6.3 IGP Routing Protocol algorithms, metrics and administrative distance 6.4 Distance Vector Routing Protocol features and loop prevention 6.5 Route Poisoning and Counting to infinity problem 6.6 Split Horizon, poison reverse and triggered updates 6.7 The Holddown Process and Holddown Timer 6.8 Link-State Routing Protocol and building it 6.9 Using Dijkstra SPF 6.10 Convergence with Link-State Protocols 7777 OOOOSPFSPFSPFSPF 7.1 OSPF protocols, operation and neighbors 7.2 Searching OSPF Routers 7.3 Neighbor States and problems of a neighbor 7.4 OSPF Topology Database Exchange 7.5 Maintaining LSDB and building the IP Routing Table 7.6 Hierarchical OSPF scaling 7.7 OSPF areas, advantages, configuration 7.8 OSPF single-area and multiple areas configuration 7.9 Configuring OSPF Router ID, Hello and Dead Timers, Metrics (Cost), authentication and load balancing 8888 EIGRPEIGRPEIGRPEIGRP 8.1 EIGRP Operation and neighbors 8.2 Exchanging EIGRP topology information 8.3 Best Route Calculation, feasible distance and reported distance 8.4 EIGRP Convergence, metrics, successors and feasible successors 8.5 The Query and Reply Process 8.6 EIGRP Summary and Comparisons with OSPF 8.7 EIGRP configuration, verification and authentication 8.8 EIGRP Maximum Paths and Variance 8.9 Tuning the EIGRP Metric Calculation 9999 PointPointPointPoint----totototo----Point WANsPoint WANsPoint WANsPoint WANs 9.1 PPP basics and the PPP protocol field 9.2 PPP Link Control Protocol (LCP) 9.3 Looped link detection and enhanced Error Detection 9.4 PPP multilink, authentication and configuration 9.5 PAP and CHAP configuration and verification 9.6 Keepalive Failure 9.7 PAP and CHAP Authentication Failure
  6. 6. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in 10101010 Frame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay Concepts 10.1 Frame Relay Standards 10.2 Virtual Circuits 10.3 LMI and Encapsulation Types 10.4 Frame Relay local and global addressing 10.5 Frame Relay Layer different addressing 10.6 Layer Broadcast Handling 10.7 Controlling Speed and Discards 10.8 FECN, BECN and the discard eligibility (DE) bit 10.9 Frame Relay Configuration and Verification 10.10 Configuring the Encapsulation and LMI 10.11 Frame Relay Address Mapping 10.12 Inverse ARP 10.13 Static Frame Relay Mapping
  7. 7. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in Course OutlineCourse OutlineCourse OutlineCourse Outline 1111 Introduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking ConceptsIntroduction to Networking Concepts What is Networking Advantages & Disadvantages Network Characteristics Network 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 Media 2222 Virtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LANVirtual LAN Virtual LAN Basics ISL and 802.1Q Trunking VLAN Trunking Protocol VTP Modes VTP Pruning 3333 Spanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree ProtocolSpanning Tree Protocol Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d) & Need Spanning Tree Working & Convergence EtherChannel, PortFast & STP Security Rapid STP (IEEE 802.1w - RSTP) RSTP Link and Edge Types, Port States, Roles & Convergence STP Configuration and Verification Multiple STP Instances Port Costs, Priority, PortFast, BPDU Guard, EtherChannel and RSTP Configuration STP Troubleshooting 4444 Static and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected RoutesStatic and Connected Routes IP routing and addressing process IP sub-netting and forwarding DNS, DHCP, ARP, and ICMP Fragmentation and MTU Secondary IP Addressing and Subnet Zero
  8. 8. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in ISL and 802.1Q Configuration on Routers Configuring Static Routes The ping command Static default routes with the ip route and ip default-network command Classful and Classless Routing 5555 VLSM andVLSM andVLSM andVLSM and Route SummarizationRoute SummarizationRoute SummarizationRoute Summarization VLSM and their configuration Overlapping VLSM Subnets Manual Route Summarization Autosummarization and Discontiguous Classful Networks Discontiguous Classful Networks Autosummarization Support and Configuration 6666 IP AcIP AcIP AcIP Access Control Listscess Control Listscess Control Listscess Control Lists IP Standard ACL, their configuration, sequence numbers and wildcard masks Extended IP access control lists and configuration Named IP Access Lists Controlling Telnet and SSH Access with ACLs Reflexive, Dynamic and Time-Based Access Lists IP Routing troubleshooting by ping and traceroute commands VLSM and ACL issues 7777 Routing Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol TheoryRouting Protocol Theory Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols Dynamic routing protocol and routing protocol functions IGP Routing Protocol algorithms, metrics and administrative distance Distance Vector Routing Protocol features and loop prevention Route Poisoning and Counting to infinity problem Split Horizon, poison reverse and triggered updates The Holddown Process and Holddown Timer Link-State Routing Protocol and building it Using Dijkstra SPF Convergence with Link-State Protocols 8888 OSPFOSPFOSPFOSPF OSPF protocols, operation and neighbors
  9. 9. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in Searching OSPF Routers Neighbor States and problems of a neighbor OSPF Topology Database Exchange Maintaining LSDB and building the IP Routing Table Hierarchical OSPF scaling OSPF areas, advantages, configuration OSPF single-area and multiple areas configuration Configuring OSPF Router ID, Hello and Dead Timers, Metrics (Cost), authentication and load balancing 9999 EIGRPEIGRPEIGRPEIGRP EIGRP Operation and neighbors Exchanging EIGRP topology information Best Route Calculation, feasible distance and reported distance EIGRP Convergence, metrics, successors and feasible successors The Query and Reply Process EIGRP Summary and Comparisons with OSPF EIGRP configuration, verification and authentication EIGRP Maximum Paths and Variance Tuning the EIGRP Metric Calculation 10101010 PointPointPointPoint----totototo----Point WANsPoint WANsPoint WANsPoint WANs PPP basics and the PPP protocol field PPP Link Control Protocol (LCP) Looped link detection and enhanced Error Detection PPP multilink, authentication and configuration PAP and CHAP configuration and verification Keepalive Failure PAP and CHAP Authentication Failure 11111111 Frame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay ConceptsFrame Relay Concepts Frame Relay Standards Virtual Circuits LMI and Encapsulation Types Frame Relay local and global addressing Frame Relay Layer different addressing Layer Broadcast Handling Controlling Speed and Discards FECN, BECN and the discard eligibility (DE) bit Frame Relay Configuration and Verification
  10. 10. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in Configuring the Encapsulation and LMI Frame Relay Address Mapping Inverse ARP Static Frame Relay Mapping
  11. 11. Certified Router Support Professional www.vskills.in Sample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample Questions 1. 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 only B. CHAP only C. Both D. Neither 2. 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----pointpointpointpoint subinterface?subinterface?subinterface?subinterface? A. frame ptp map B. frame interface-dlci C. frame map D. frame inverse arp 4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what creat4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what creat4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what creat4. If a frame mapping shows as "dynamic", what created it?ed it?ed it?ed it? A. Inverse ARP B. Dynamic ARP C. Dynamic ARP Inspection D. The frame relay switches 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?5 What value(s) does PAT use to map translations to a private address? A. IP address B. MAC address C. TCP ack number D. port number Answers: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)

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