CCNP Service Provider

Overview

The Cisco Certified Network Professional Service Provider (CCNP Service Provider) certification is for service provider network engineers, systems engineers, and network specialists who are responsible for delivering a scalable carrier-grade infrastructure capable of rapid expansion to support ongoing introduction of new managed services and other customer requirements.

CCNP Service Provider is divided in 4 different topics:

  • Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE)
  • Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Routing (SPADVROUTE)
  • Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Core Network Services (SPCORE)
  • Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Edge Network Services (SPEDGE)

Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing: The goal is to train professionals to dramatically increase the number of routers and sites using these techniques instead of redesigning the network when additional sites or wiring configurations are added. The SPROUTE training reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs to ensure they thoroughly understand how to implement advanced routing within their networks.

Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Routing: The SPEDGE course is designed to provide service provider professionals with information on the use of service provider VPN solutions. The goal is to train professionals to enable service provider point of presence to provide Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPNs. The SPEDGE training reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs to ensure they thoroughly understand how to implement VPNs within their networks.

Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Core Network Services: The course focuses on using Cisco routers that are typically found in the service provider network and on various technologies that are used to offer different services to customers. Upon completing this course learners will be able to configure, verify, and troubleshoot advanced BGP configuration, IP multicasting, and IPv6 transition mechanisms.

Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Edge Network Services: The course enables learners to use the technology principles of basic Quality of Service, and Quality of Service with MPLS to implement advanced features and functions. The focus of the course is on technology issues of MPLS and on best practices for implementing QoS from the Service Providers perspective and how to configure some of those features and functions in an existing routed environment.

Key Features of CCNP Training:

  • Guaranteed Training on Real Time Devices.
  • CCNP Concepts explained in practical and theoretical context.
  • 24*7 Lab Access.
  • 60+ hours of classroom-style training using an interactive whiteboard and projector session.
  • Course Revision – By enrolling once you can avail classes for same training up to 2 times.
  • Smart classrooms fully equipped with projectors, Wi-Fi connectivity, Digital Pads.
  • Support and Guidance if you are applying for Cisco Global Certification.
  • Late night and early morning batch facility
  • 24*7 Trainers Availability
  • Training delivered by Experienced and Certified Trainers.

Group Discount
In a Group of 2 discount will be 10% per head
In a Group of 3 discount will be 15% per head
In a Group of 4 discount will be 20% per head

Trainer's Profile

Lab Facility

CCNP Service Provider Course Details

Prerequisite:

  • Basic Internet usage skills and Microsoft windows navigation skills.
  • Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in CCNA & CCNP R&S.
  • Recommended CCNA Service Provider.

Topics:

642-883 SPROUTE

1.0 OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 Routing in Service Provider Environments

1.1 Describe multi-area OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 operations

1.2 Implement multi-area OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.3 Implement different OSPF areas (stubby, totally stubby, NSSA) on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.4 Implement OSPF neighbor authentication on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.5 Troubleshoot OSPF IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

2.0 IS-IS, IPv4, and IPv6 in Service Provider Environments

2.1 Describe multi-area IS-IS operations

2.2 Implement multi-area IS-IS for IPv4 and IPv6 on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.3 Implement IS-IS neighbor authentication on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.4 Troubleshoot IS-IS IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

3.0 BGP Routing in Service Provider Environments

3.1 Describe the Internet routing hierarchy: Network Service Providers (NSP), Network Access Point (NAP), ISP Tiers (Tier 1, 2 and 3)

3.2 Describe connectivity between an enterprise network and an SP that requires the use of BGP

3.3 Describe connectivity between a SP and upstream SPs

3.4 Describe BGP transit AS operations

3.5 Implement EBGP and IBGP on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

3.6 Implement BGP neighbor authentication on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

3.7 Optimize BGP IOS-XR configurations using af-groups, session-groups, and neighbor-groups

3.8 Optimize BGP IOS-XE configurations using peer-groups

3.9 Influence BGP route selection by using various BGP attributes on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

3.10 Troubleshoot BGP IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

4.0 Route Manipulations in Service Provider Environments

4.1 Implement Routing Policy Language (RPL) to configure a desired routing policy on IOS-XR

4.2 Implement Route-Maps to configure a desired routing policy on IOS-XE

4.3 Implement route filterings using prefix-list, distribute-list, and as-path list on IOS-XE

4.4 Implement route redistributions on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

5.0 High Availability Routing Features

5.1 Implement NSF/NSR/Graceful Restart for OSPF on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

5.2 Implement NSF/NSR/Graceful Restart for IS-IS on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

5.3 Implement Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) for OSPF on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

5.4 Implement Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) for IS-IS on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

642-885 SPADVROUTE

1.0 BGP Routing Features in a Service Provider IP NGN Environment

1.1 Describe the BGP routing processes in IOS-XR

1.2 Configure the BGP timers on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.3 Describe the need for BGP confederations in BGP transit backbones

1.4 Design and implement BGP route reflectors to scale IBGP in BGP transit backbones on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.5 Implement BGP in SP IP NGN IOS-XR and IOS-XE PE routers to support multi-homed BGP Customers

1.6 Implement Remote Triggered Blackhole Filtering (RTBF) on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.7 Implement BGP TTL security on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.8 Implement BGP maximum-prefix on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.9 Implement BGP route dampening on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.10 Troubleshoot BGP IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors in service provider environments

1.11 Optimize BGP IOS-XR configurations using af-groups, session-groups, and neighbor-groups

1.12 Optimize BGP IOS-XE configurations using peer-groups

2.0 Multicast Routing in a Service Provider IP NGN Environment

2.1 Describe Multicast Concepts (multicast distribution trees, multicast routing protocols and IGMP operations)

2.2 Describe Any-source multicast (ASM) versus Source Specific Multicast (SSM)

2.3 Describe Intra Domain versus Inter Domain Multicast Routing

2.4 Describe the mapping of multicast IP addresses to MAC addresses

2.5 Describe and illustrate how RPF check can fail if the unicast and multicast topologies are non-congruent

2.6 Describe multiprotocol BGP functions in mroute distribution

2.7 Describe the principles and operations of PIM-SM

2.8 Describe multicast source discovery protocol (MSDP) operations

2.9 Describe methods used to secure multicast

2.10 Implement PIM-SM operations on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.11 Implement Auto-RP, PIMv2 BSR, Anycast RP on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.12 Implement Bi-Dir PIM operations in SP IP NGN environment on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.13 Implement SSM operations on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.14 Implement MSDP operations on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.15 Troubleshoot multicast routing IOS-XR and IOS-XE configurations errors in service provider environments

3.0 IPv6 in a Service Provider IP NGN Environment

3.1 Describe DNS and DHCP operation in IPv6

3.2 Describe the fields that are used in the IPv6 header to support QoS functions

3.3 Describe Cisco IOS/IOS-XE and IOS-XR IPv6 network management and troubleshooting tools like traceroute/ping

3.4 Describe dual-stack implementations

3.5 Describe IPv6 tunneling mechanisms

3.6 Configure IPv6 multicast routing

3.7 Configure static IPv6-in-IPv4 tunnels on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

3.8 Configure dynamic 6to4 tunnels on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

4.0 High Availability Routing Features

4.1 Implement NSF/NSR/Graceful Restart for BGP on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

4.2 Implement Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) for BGP on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

4.3 Implement high availability and optimization multicast routing features on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

642-887 SPCORE

1.0 QOS in a Service Provider IP NGN Environment

1.1 Describe the DiffServ and IntServ QoS models

1.2 Describe the QoS mechanisms (classification and marking, congestion management and avoidance, traffic policing and shaping)

1.3 Describe IPv6 Flow Label

1.4 Describe trust boundaries in enterprise and SP environments

1.5 Describe Cisco MQC for QoS configurations

1.6 Describe hierarchical QoS configurations

1.7 Describe the Cisco NBAR feature for discovering network protocols and for packets classifications

1.8 Describe the typical Edge PE routers and Core P routers QoS requirements

1.9 Implement classification and marking in an inter-domain network using QPPB on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.10 Implement class-based markings on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.11 Implement QoS pre-classify on tunnel interface on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.12 Implement CB-WFQ on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.13 Implement LLQ on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.14 Implement WRED on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.15 Implement traffic policing on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.16 Implement traffic shaping on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.17 Describe LPTS and hardware rate limiters on Cisco IOS-XR routers

1.18 Describe MPLS EXP bits

1.19 Describe MPLS QoS implementation concepts and models

1.20 Implement MPLS DiffServ tunneling on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

1.21 Troubleshoot QoS IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

2.0 MPLS/LDP in a Service Provider IP NGN Environment

2.1 Describe the CEF, FIB, LFIB and LIB tables on Cisco routers

2.2 Describe MPLS labels and label stack operations on Cisco routers

2.3 Describe LDP operations in Cisco routers

2.4 Describe MPLS OAM (MPLS LSP ping and MPLS traceroute)

2.5 Describe MPLS applications in service provider environment

2.6 Implement LDP on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.7 Implement LDP high availability features on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.8 Troubleshoot LDP on IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

3.0 MPLS/LDP in a Service Provider IP NGN Environment

3.1 Describe MPLS traffic engineering (TE) concepts

3.2 Describe MPLS TE constraint-based path computations

3.3 Describe the details of MPLS TE tunnels, including path setup procedures and path maintenance

3.4 Describe methods of assigning traffic into MPLS TE tunnels

3.5 Implement MPLS TE tunnels on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

3.6 Implement MPLS TE bandwidth control on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

3.7 Implement MPLS TE link and node protections on Cisco IOS-XR and IOS-XE

4.0 Transport Technologies

4.1 Describe the SP core transition from ATM/SONET/SDH based backbone to

packet based IP/MPLS backbone

4.2 Implement 10/40/100 Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces on Cisco IOS-XR routers

4.3 Describe DWDM, IPoDWDM and ROADM

4.4 Implement IPoDWDM controller/interface on Cisco IOS-XR routers

642-889 SPEDGE

1.0 VPN in Service Provider IP NGN Environments

1.1 Describe VPN implementation models (overlay, peer-to-peer)

1.2 Describe VPN technologies (L2TPv3, GRE, IPsec VPN, SSLVPN, DMVPN, GETVPN)

1.3 Describe L2 vs L3 VPNs

2.0 MPLS layer 3 VPNs in Service Provider IP NGN Environments

2.1 Describe MPLS L3 VPN architecture and operations (RDs, RTs, VRFs, MP-BGP, PE-CE routing)

2.2 Describe the design models for combining Internet access with MPLS L3 VPN services

2.3 Describe the various methods used to deploy IPv6 over MPLS (6PE and 6VPE)

2.4 Implement MP-BGP between PE routers on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.5 Implement PE-CE routings (static, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP) on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.6 Implement complex MPLS layer 3 VPNs on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.7 Implement carrier supporting carrier (CSC) on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

2.8 Troubleshoot MPLS L3 VPNs IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors in service provider environments

3.0 Layer 2 VPNs in Service Provider IP NGN Environments

3.1 Describe L2TPv3 VPNs over an IP core network

3.2 Describe L2 VPNs (AToM and VPLS) over an IP/MPLS core network

3.3 Describe AToM Interworking

3.4 Implement AToM on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

4.0 Carrier Ethernet in Service Provider IP NGN Environments

4.1 Describe Carrier Ethernet forums and standards (MEF, IEEE, IETF)

4.2 Describe the concepts of User PE (U-PE) and Network PE (N-PE)

4.3 Describe E-Line versus E-LAN versus E-Tree

4.4 Describe QinQ tunneling

4.5 Describe Provider Backbone Bridge (PBB – aka MAC-in-MAC)

4.6 Describe VPWS versus VPLS

4.7 Describe VPLS versus H-VPLS

4.8 Describe VPLS signaling using LDP or BGP

4.9 Implement QinQ on Cisco ME 3400 Series Switches

4.10 Implement VPLS on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

Candidates need to undertake below exam

Exam Name: Exam Code : Duration: Registration:
Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE) 642-883 SPROUTE 90 minutes (65-75 questions) Pearson VUE
Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Routing (SPADVROUTE) 642-885 SPADVROUTE 90 minutes (65-75 questions) Pearson VUE
Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Core Network Services (SPCORE) 642-887 SPCORE 90 minutes (65-75 questions) Pearson VUE
Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Edge Network Services (SPEDGE) 642-889 SPEDGE 90 minutes (65-75 questions) Pearson VUE

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

Implement OSPF in the Service Provider Network Comprehend Service Provider Connectivity with BGP Comprehend Complex MPLS Layer 3 VPNs Comprehend Scaling Service Provider Networks Comprehend BGP Routing Secure and Optimize BGP Comprehend Route Manipulation and Routing Protocol Tools Comprehend Service Provider IPv6 Transition Implementations Comprehend Intra-domain and Inter-domain Multicast Routing Comprehend QoS in the Service Provider Network Comprehend QoS Shaping and Traffic Policing Comprehend QoS Marking and Classification Comprehend QoS Congestion Management and Avoidance Comprehend VPN Technologies Comprehend MPLS Layer 3 VPNs Comprehend Ethernet and Layer 2 VPNs Services

Candidates will have Employment Opportunities with following Job Title:

  • Network Engineers
  • Networking Administrators
  • Networking Specialists
  • Network Support Specialists
  • Network Consultants
  • System Integrators
  • System Engineers

Schedule

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