Cisco CCNP Enterprise: ENSLD
Cisco CCNP Enterprise: ENSLD
The instructor-led Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) training course promotes Cisco solutions in advanced addressing and routing solutions, advanced enterprise campus networks, WAN, security and network services, and Software-Defined Access.
This course prepares students for the Cisco CCNP Enterprise exam – ENSLD. Passing this exam along with the CCNP Enterprise core exam will earn students the Cisco CCNP Enterprise certification.
Exam Number: 300-420 ENSLD
JNCDS-DC, CCIP, CCDP, CCNP R&S
Upon completion of this Cisco Design training course, students will have the knowledge to:
- Describe and apply advanced addressing and routing solutions
- Describe and apply advanced enterprise campus networks
- Describe and apply WAN
- Describe and apply security and network services
- Describe and apply Software-Defined Access
- Individuals seeking the CCNP Enterprise certification
- Network engineers, system administrators, network designers, and IT managers wanting greater skill in network design
There are no formal prerequisites for the CCNP Enterprise certification, but we highly recommend that students first take Cisco CCNA and Cisco CCNP Enterprise: ENCOR.
Routed Protocols – Addressing
- IPv4 addressing (create plan)
- IPv6 addressing (create plan)
- IPv6 migration methods (determine)
Routing Protocols – Secure and scale (create design)
- BGP – address families, attributes, filtering, RR’s, load sharing, balancing, symmetry
Enterprise Campus Networks (design)
- HA – GR, FHRP’s
- L2 – xSTP, loop prevention, convergence
- L3 – convergence, vrf, redistribution, filtering, summarization
- SD-Access architecture and design (describe) – underlay, overlay, control and data planes
- options (compare) – L2/3 VPN’s, metro ethernet, DWDM, SD-Wan ce
- site to site VPN (design) – L2/L3, GRE, DMVPN, GET VPN
- HA (design) – single, multi, backup, failover
- SD-WAN architecture and design (describe) – various planes, QoS, multicast
- QoS strategies – IntServ/Diffserv (design)
- End-to-End QoS – Classify, mark, shape, police, queue (design)
- Network management techniques, out-of-band, in-band (design)
- Concepts – source/shared trees, RPF, RP (describe)
- Services – PIM bi-dir, SSM, MSDP (design)
- YANG data models (IETF, Openconfig, Cisco native) – recognize differences
- Netconf and Restconf – recognize differences
- Telemetry model-driven (periodic/on-change publication and dial-in/dial-out) – recognize differences and impact
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