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CISCO

Cisco Systems focusses on networking and communications products and services and is best known for its business routing and switching products that manage direct data, voice and video traffic across global networks. The organization also handles storage networking, unified communications applications, and other services such as basic product support. From entry-level credentials for beginners in the industry (CCENT, CCNA) to advanced recognition for experts, Cisco training is for anyone looking for better opportunities in their careers

CCNA

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification is the second level of Cisco's five-level career certification process. A CCNA certification certifies a technician's ability to install, set up, configure, troubleshoot and operate a medium-sized routed and switched computer network. This also includes implementing and verifying connections to a wide area network (WAN).

CCNP Routing & Switching

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching v2.0 is a professional certification offered by Cisco Systems that validates the ability to plan, implement, verify, and troubleshoot LANs and WANs. After completing the CCNP training, an IT professional can work collaboratively with specialists on advanced security, voice, wireless and video solutions.

Advance BGP & MPLS

The BGP and MPLS is a four-day instructor-led lab-intensive course that prepares service providers for implementing BGP and MPLS in their network. The training provides insight into basic and advanced features of BGP protocol as well as MPLS operation and applications in service provider networks. Special emphasis is placed on the MPLS Layer 3 VPN application.

IPv6 Routing

Most of the routing protocols we’ve learned in IPv4 had been modified to be used for longer IPv6 addresses and different header structures. IPv6 routing protocols are similar to their IPv4 counterparts, but since an IPv6 prefix is four times larger than an IPv4 prefix, routing updates have to carry more information.

IPv4 routing protocols functions and configurations still possess some similarities. One of the major differences between IPv4 and IPv6 protocols is the elimination of broadcast from the later.

 

Cisco Course Level, Duration

Course Duration
CCNA 45 Hours / 1.5 Months
CCNP Routing & Switching & Trouble Shooting 120 Hours / 3 Months
Advance BGP & MPLS 45 Hours / 1.5 Months
Advance BGP & MPLS 45 Hours / 1.5 Months

 

Cisco Certification Exam

Cisco offer five levels of network certification: Entry, Associate, Professional, Expert and Architect, the highest level of accreditation within the Cisco Career Certification program.

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