The arguments in Cisco CCNA 640-878 SPNGN2 test requires knowledge of the topics covered in SPNGN1 and technology issues related to network service provider, to a new level of categories of education , such as virtual LAN (VLAN), the protocols Spanning Tree (STP) and all its derivatives such as RSTP and MSTP, advanced routing (eg, OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP) and MPLS in the covers. Almost all the technologies discussed in this course, the IOS and IOS-XR platform have been implemented and for all interested in provider networks (P-Networks) is appropriate.
During the training, CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNA 640-878 SPNGN2 you with the concepts covered in the course Cisco CCNA 640-878 SPNGN2 you know.
Headlines training of:
– Introduction to SPNGN2
– IP NGN: Architectural Service Provider
– IP NGN: core protocol service provider
– Introduction to The Service Provider Router Dream Machines
– Issues related to VLAN: The definition, configuration, routers, L3 Switching
– STP: Spanning Tree Overview
– STP: RSTP and MSTP Configuration
– Understanding Metro Ethernet
– Meet the OSPF protocol
– IS-IS routing protocol
– The basic concepts of BGP routing protocol
– FHRP familiar with HSRP, VRRP and GLBP
– Understand the concept of Access Control Lists Access Control Lists (ACLs)
– Configure extended access lists Extended Access Lists
– Configure standard access lists Standard Access Lists
– Introduction to IPv6
– And …
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