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CCNP ENTERPRISE

CCNP Enterprise Certification & Training Institute

One of the pioneers in the CCNP Enterprise Training in India, Octa Networks is providing CCNP Enterprise Training Boot camps in Mumbai INDIA. They have successfully helped a large number of students to achieve their Cisco certification goals in the last 6-7 years. Octa Networks means guaranteed technical training which ultimately leads to Cisco certifications.

CISCO’s modular CCNP Enterprise training programs aimed at catering to various technological needs and demands of the individuals and the industry.

On 24th Feb 2020, CISCO is REBOOTING the Certification program by launching CCNP Enterprise Certification which will replace the existing CCNP R&S and CCNP Wireless program and CCDP certifications. Current CCNP examinations can be availed till 23rd Feb 2020. Newly revamped CCNP program takes effect from 24th Feb 2020.

Current CCNP R&S program had the following examinations:

  • 300-101 ROUTE - Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE)
  • 300-115 SWITCH - Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH)
  • 300-135 TSHOOT - Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT).

Current CCNP Wireless program had the following examinations:

  • 300-360 WIDESIGN - Designing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks (WIDESIGN)
  • 300-365 WIDEPLOY - Deploying Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks (WIDEPLOY)
  • 300-370 WITSHOOT - Troubleshooting Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks (WITSHOOT)
  • 300-375 WISECURE - Securing Cisco Wireless Enterprise Networks (WISECURE)

One of the main objectives of CCNP revamp is to move away from the ‘One Size Fits All’ approach to a modular approach wherein to achieve new CCNP certification in any track, the candidate will not have to pass more than 2 exams. Any additional specializations are most welcome but the candidate needs to pass a core exam and one of the concentration exam options available on the specific track. Besides the CCNP core exam also acts as qualifying criteria for attempting CCIE lab exams in a particular track.

CCNA is no longer a qualifying criterion for attempting CCNP. Candidates can straight away appear for CCNP examinations provided they have the necessary knowledge and grasp of the practical application of the know-how.

To earn CCNP certification, candidates need to pass the core exam which covers core enterprise technology and one concentration exam of his/her choice based on his/her technical area of focus or job role requirement. 

Please find the details of the CCNP Enterprise Syllabus contents:

CCNP Enterprise Core exam details are –

  • 300-401 ENCOR – Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Core Technologies ENCOR

CCNP Enterprise Concentration exam details are –

  • 300-410 ENARSI - Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI)
  • 300-415 ENSDWI - Implementing Cisco SD-WAN Solutions (SDWAN300)
  • 300-420 ENSLD - Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD)
  • 300-425 ENWLSD - Designing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks (ENWLSD)
  • 300-430 ENWLSI - Implementing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks (ENWLSI)
  • 300-435 ENAUTO - Implementing Automation for Cisco Enterprise Solutions (ENAUI)

In a nutshell, Cisco is rebooting the CCNP Enterprise course to cover the most relevant technologies and business needs by designing a qualifying core exam which covers technologies including Automation and Programmability while the concentration exam will validate emerging and industry-specific topics such as network design, SD-WAN, Wireless, and automation.

Octa Networks is providing CCNP Enterprise Bootcamp and focussed training facilities across India and abroad. We are proud of our track record of guiding and coaching our students to achieve their CCNP certifications. We provide the best CCNP Enterprise Training in Mumbai. We will strive to keep up the good work we are doing as the best CCNP training institute in India.

CCNP Training at Octa Networks: KEY FEATURES

  • Guaranteed training and access @ Cisco hardware Devices.
  • CCNP Enterprise Core and concentration topic Concepts (theoretically & practically) on the Cisco hardware Devices.
  • 24*7 Access to CCNP Enterprise practice Lab for students
  • 160+ hours of training in the classroom with interactive whiteboard and projector.
  • Candidates can attend repeat classes till they get their doubts cleared.
  • Classrooms equipped with projectors, Wi-Fi connectivity, and Digital Pads.
  • Pre-Certification and Post-Certification Support and Guidance
  • Convenient availability of batches from early morning to late night.
  • 24×7 access to Trainers / Mentors.
  • Highly experienced, motivated, passionate and Cisco certified trainers

Devices used during the Training Program:

  • Cisco Router : 2611 XM, 1841, 1905, 2811
  • Cisco Switches: 2950, 2960, 3750, 3560

 

CCNP ENTERPRISE Course Details

Target Audience:

  • Network engineers looking for enhancement of their skills and acquire in-depth know-how in specific area of technology or domain based on their interests or job roles.
  • Students and professionals in the IT and Technologies sector who wish to enhance their knowledge and acquire an internationally recognized professional certification which can improve their job prospects.

Prerequisite:

  • There are no formal prerequisites for taking the CCNP Enterprise, but the candidate should have a thorough understanding of the exam topics before taking the exam.
  • Candidate attempting CCNP exam often also have three to five years of experience working with enterprise networking solutions.

 

    1.0 Architecture (15%)

    1.1 Explain the different design principles used in an enterprise network

  • 1.1.a Enterprise network design such as Tier 2, Tier 3, and Fabric Capacity planning
  • 1.1.b High availability techniques such as redundancy, FHRP, and SSO

    1.2 Analyze design principles of a WLAN deployment

  • 1.2.a Wireless deployment models (centralized, distributed, controller-less, controller based, cloud, remote branch)
  • 1.2.b Location services in a WLAN design

    1.3 Differentiate between on-premises and cloud infrastructure deployments

    1.4 Explain the working principles of the Cisco SD-WAN solution

  • 1.4.a SD-WAN control and data planes elements
  • 1.4.b Traditional WAN and SD-WAN solutions

    1.5 Explain the working principles of the Cisco SD-Access solution

  • 1.5.a SD-Access control and data planes elements
  • 1.5.b Traditional campus interoperating with SD-Access

    1.6 Describe concepts of wired and wireless QoS

  • 1.6.a QoS components
  • 1.6.b QoS policy

    1.7 Differentiate hardware and software switching mechanisms

  • 1.7.a Process and CEF
  • 1.7.b MAC address table and TCAM
  • 1.7.c FIB vs. RIB
    2.0 Virtualization (10%)

    2.1 Describe device virtualization technologies

  • 2.1.a Hypervisor type 1 and 2
  • 2.1.b Virtual machine
  • 2.1.c Virtual switching

    2.2 Configure and verify data path virtualization technologies

  • 2.2.a VRF
  • 2.2.b GRE and IPsec tunneling

    2.3 Describe network virtualization concepts

  • 2.3.a LISP
  • 2.3.b VXLAN
    3.0 Infrastructure (30%)

    3.1 Layer 2

  • 3.1.a Troubleshoot static and dynamic 802.1q trunking protocols
  • 3.1.b Troubleshoot static and dynamic EtherChannels
  • 3.1.c Configure and verify common Spanning Tree Protocols (RSTP and MST)

    3.2 Layer 3

  • 3.2.a Compare routing concepts of EIGRP and OSPF (advanced distance vector vs. linked state, load balancing, path selection, path operations, metrics)
  • 3.2.b Configure and verify simple OSPF environments, including multiple normal areas, summarization, and filtering (neighbor adjacency, point-to-point and broadcast network types, and passive interface)
  • 3.2.c Configure and verify eBGP between directly connected neighbors (best path selection algorithm and neighbor relationships)

    3.3 Wireless

  • 3.3.a Describe Layer 1 concepts, such as RF power, RSSI, SNR, interference noise, band and channels, and wireless client devices capabilities
  • 3.3.b Describe AP modes and antenna types
  • 3.3.c Describe access point discovery and join process (discovery algorithms, WLC selection process)
  • 3.3.d Describe the main principles and use cases for Layer 2 and Layer 3 roaming
  • 3.3.e Troubleshoot WLAN configuration and wireless client connectivity issues

    3.4 IP Services

  • 3.4.a Describe Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • 3.4.b Configure and verify NAT/PAT
  • 3.4.c Configure first hop redundancy protocols, such as HSRP and VRRP
  • 3.4.d Describe multicast protocols, such as PIM and IGMP v2/v3
    4.0 Network Assurance (10%)

    4.1 Diagnose network problems using tools such as debugs, conditional debugs, trace route, ping, SNMP, and syslog

    4.2 Configure and verify device monitoring using syslog for remote logging

    4.3 Configure and verify NetFlow and Flexible NetFlow

    4.4 Configure and verify SPAN/RSPAN/ERSPAN

    4.5 Configure and verify IPSLA

    4.6 Describe Cisco DNA Center workflows to apply network configuration, monitoring, and management

    4.7 Configure and verify NETCONF and RESTCONF

    5.0 Security (20%)

    5.1 Configure and verify device access control

  • 5.1.a Lines and password protection
  • 5.1.b Authentication and authorization using AAA

    5.2 Configure and verify infrastructure security features

  • 5.2.a ACLs
  • 5.2.b CoPP

    5.3 Describe REST API security

    5.4 Configure and verify wireless security features

  • 5.4.a EAP
  • 5.4.b WebAuth
  • 5.4.c PSK

    5.5 Describe the components of network security design

  • 5.5.a Threat defense
  • 5.5.b Endpoint security
  • 5.5.c Next-generation firewall
  • 5.5.d TrustSec, MACsec
  • 5.5.e Network access control with 802.1X, MAB, and WebAuth
    6.0 Automation (15%)

    6.1 Interpret basic Python components and scripts

    6.2 Construct valid JSON encoded file

    6.3 Describe the high-level principles and benefits of a data modeling language, such as YANG

    6.4 Describe APIs for Cisco DNA Center and vManage

    6.5 Interpret REST API response codes and results in payload using Cisco DNA Center and RESTCONF

    6.6 Construct EEM applet to automate configuration, troubleshooting, or data collection

    6.7 Compare agent vs. agentless orchestration tools, such as Chef, Puppet, Ansible, and SaltStack

    1.0 Layer 3 Technologies (35%)

    1.1 Troubleshoot administrative distance (all routing protocols)

    1.2 Troubleshoot route map for any routing protocol (attributes, tagging, filtering)

    1.3 Troubleshoot loop prevention mechanisms (filtering, tagging, split horizon, route poisoning)

    1.4 Troubleshoot redistribution between any routing protocols or routing sources

    1.5 Troubleshoot manual and auto-summarization with any routing protocol

    1.6 Configure and verify policy-based routing

    1.7 Configure and verify VRF-Lite

    1.8 Describe Bidirectional Forwarding Detection

    1.9 Troubleshoot EIGRP (classic and named mode)

  • 1.9.a Address families (IPv4, IPv6)
  • 1.9.b Neighbor relationship and authentication
  • 1.9.c Loop-free path selections (RD, FD, FC, successor, feasible successor, stuck in active)
  • 1.9.d Stubs
  • 1.9.e Load balancing (equal and unequal cost)
  • 1.9.f Metrics

    1.10 Troubleshoot OSPF (v2/v3)

  • 1.10.a Address families (IPv4, IPv6)
  • 1.10.b Neighbor relationship and authentication
  • 1.10.c Network types, area types, and router types
  • 1.10.c Point-to-point, multipoint, broadcast, nonbroadcast
  • 1.10.c (ii) Area type: backbone, normal, transit, stub, NSSA, totally stub
  • 1.10.c (iii) Internal router, backbone router, ABR, ASBR
  • 1.10.c (iv) Virtual link
  • 1.10.d Path preference

    1.11 Troubleshoot BGP (Internal and External)

  • 1.11.a Address families (IPv4, IPv6)
  • 1.11.b Neighbor relationship and authentication (next-hop, mulithop, 4-byte AS, private AS, route refresh, synchronization, operation, peer group, states and timers)
  • 1.11.c Path preference (attributes and best-path)
  • 1.11.d Route reflector (excluding multiple route reflectors, confederations, dynamic peer)
  • 1.11.e Policies (inbound/outbound filtering, path manipulation)
    2.0 VPN Technologies (20%)

    2.1 Describe MPLS operations (LSR, LDP, label switching, LSP)

    2.2 Describe MPLS Layer 3 VPN

    2.3 Configure and verify DMVPN (single hub)

  • 2.3.a GRE/mGRE
  • 2.3.b NHRP
  • 2.3.c IPsec
  • 2.3.d Dynamic neighbor
  • 2.3.e Spoke-to-spoke
    3.0 Infrastructure Security (20%)

    3.1 Troubleshoot device security using IOS AAA (TACACS+, RADIUS, local database)

    3.2 Troubleshoot router security features

  • 3.2.a IPv4 access control lists (standard, extended, time-based)
  • 3.2.b IPv6 traffic filter
  • 3.2.c Unicast reverse path forwarding (uRPF)
  • 3.3 Troubleshoot control plane policing (CoPP) (Telnet, SSH, HTTP(S), SNMP, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP)
  • 3.4 Describe IPv6 First Hop security features (RA guard, DHCP guard, binding table, ND inspection/snooping, source guard)
    4.0 Infrastructure Services (25%)

    4.1 Troubleshoot device management

  • 4.1.a Console and VTY
  • 4.1.b Telnet, HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, SCP
  • 4.1.c (T)FTP

    4.2 Troubleshoot SNMP (v2c, v3)

    4.3 Troubleshoot network problems using logging (local, syslog, debugs, conditional debugs, timestamps)

    4.4 Troubleshoot IPv4 and IPv6 DHCP (DHCP client, IOS DHCP server, DHCP relay, DHCP options)

    4.5 Troubleshoot network performance issues using IP SLA (jitter, tracking objects, delay, connectivity)

    4.6 Troubleshoot NetFlow (v5, v9, flexible NetFlow)

    4.7 Troubleshoot network problems using Cisco DNA Center assurance (connectivity, monitoring, device health, network health)

    1.0 Architecture (20%)

    1.1 Describe Cisco SD-WAN Architecture and Components

  • 1.1.a Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
  • 1.1.b Management plane (vManage)
  • 1.1.c Control plane (vSmart, OMP)
  • 1.1.d Data plane (vEdge)
  • 1.1.d [i] TLOC
  • 1.1.d (ii) IPsec
  • 1.1.d (iii) vRoute
  • 1.1.d (iv) BFD
  • 1.2 Describe WAN Edge platform types, capabilities (vEdges, cEdges)

    2.0 Controller Deployment (15%)

    2.1 Describe controller cloud deployment

    2.2 Describe Controller on-Prem Deployment

  • 2.2.a Hosting platform (KVM/Hypervisor)
  • 2.2.b Installing controllers
  • 2.2.c Scalability and redundancy
  • 2.3 Configure and verify certificates and whitelisting

    2.4 Troubleshoot control-plane connectivity between controllers

    3.0 Router Deployment (20%)

    3.1 Describe WAN Edge deployment

  • 3.1.a On-boarding
  • 3.1.b Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/plug-and-play
  • 3.1.c Single/multi data center/regional hub deployments
  • 3.2 Configure and verify SD-WAN data plane

  • 3.2.a Circuit termination/TLOC-extension
  • 3.2.b Underlay-overlay connectivity
  • 3.3 Configure and verify OMP

    3.4 Configure and verify TLOCs

    3.5 Configure and verify CLI and vManage feature configuration templates

  • 3.5.a VRRP
  • 3.5.b OSPF
  • 3.5.c BGP
    4.0 Policies (20%)

    4.1 Configure and verify control policies

    4.2 Configure and verify data policies

    4.3 Configure and verify end-to-end segmentation

  • 4.3.a VPN segmentation
  • 4.3.b Topologies
  • 4.4 Configure and verify SD-WAN application-aware routing

    4.5 Configure and verify direct Internet access

    5.0 Security and Quality of Service (15%)

    5.1 Configure and verify service insertion

    5.2 Describe application-aware firewall

    5.3 Configure and verify QoS treatment on WAN edge routers

  • 5.3.a Scheduling
  • 5.3.b Queuing
  • 5.3.c Shaping
  • 5.3.d Policing
    6.0 Management and Operations (10%)

    6.1 Describe monitoring and reporting from vManage

    6.2 Configure and verify monitoring and reporting

    6.3 Describe REST API monitoring

    6.4 Describe software upgrade from vManage

    1.0 Advanced Addressing and Routing Solutions (25%)

    1.1 Create structured addressing plans for IPv4 and IPv6

    1.2 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for IS-IS

    1.3 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for EIGRP

    1.4 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for OSPF

    1.5 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for BGP

  • 1.5.a Address families
  • 1.5.b Basic route filtering
  • 1.5.c Attributes for path preference
  • 1.5.d Route reflectors
  • 1.5.e Load sharing
  • 1.6 Determine IPv6 migration strategies

  • 1.6.a Overlay (tunneling)
  • 1.6.b Native (dual-stacking)
  • 1.6.c Boundaries (IPv4/IPv6 translations)
    2.0 Advanced Enterprise Campus Networks (25%)

    2.1 Design campus networks for high availability

  • 2.1.a First Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • 2.1.b Platform abstraction techniques
  • 2.1.c Graceful restart
  • 2.1.d BFD
  • 2.2 Design campus Layer 2 infrastructures

  • 2.2.a STP scalability
  • 2.2.b Fast convergence
  • 2.2.c Loop-free technologies
  • 2.2.d PoE and WoL
  • 2.3 Design multicampus Layer 3 infrastructures

  • 2.3.a Convergence
  • 2.3.b Load sharing
  • 2.3.c Route summarization
  • 2.3.d Route filtering
  • 2.3.e VRFs
  • 2.3.f Optimal topologies
  • 2.3.g Redistribution
  • 2.4 Describe SD-Access Architecture (underlay, overlay, control and data plane, automation, wireless, and security)

    2.5 Describe SD-Access fabric design considerations for wired and wireless access (overlay, fabric design, control plan design, border design, segmentation, virtual networks, scalability, over the top and fabric for wireless, multicast)

    3.0 WAN for Enterprise Networks (20%)

    3.1 Compare WAN connectivity options

  • 3.1.a Layer 2 VPN
  • 3.1.b MPLS Layer 3 VPN
  • 3.1.c Metro Ethernet
  • 3.1.d DWDM
  • 3.1.e 4G/5G
  • 3.1.f SD-WAN customer edge
  • 3.2 Design site-to-site VPN

  • 3.2.a Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)
  • 3.2.b Layer 2 VPN
  • 3.2.c MPLS Layer 3 VPN
  • 3.2.d IPsec
  • 3.2.e Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
  • 3.2.f Group Encrypted Transport VPN (GET VPN)
  • 3.3 Design high availability for enterprise WAN

  • 3.3.a Single-homed
  • 3.3.b Multihomed
  • 3.3.c Backup connectivity
  • 3.3.d Failover
  • 3.4 Describe Cisco SD-WAN Architecture (orchestration plane, management plane, control plane, data plane, on-boarding and provisioning, security)

    3.5 Describe Cisco SD-WAN design considerations (control plane design, overlay design, LAN design, high availability, redundancy, scalability, security design, QoS and multicast over SD-WAN fabric)

    4.0 Network Services (20%)

    4.1 Select appropriate QoS strategies to meet customer requirements (DiffServ, IntServ)

    4.2 Design end-to-end QoS policies

  • 4.2.a Classification and marking
  • 4.2.b Shaping
  • 4.2.c Policing
  • 4.2.d Queuing
  • 4.3 Design network management techniques

  • 4.3.a In-band vs. out-of-band
  • 4.3.b Segmented management networks
  • 4.3.c Prioritizing network management traffic
  • 4.4 Describe multicast routing concepts (source trees, shared trees, RPF, rendezvous points)

    4.5 Design multicast services (SSM, PIM bidirectional, MSDP)

    5.0 Automation (10%)

    5.1 Choose the correct YANG data model set based on requirements

    5.2 Differentiate between IETF, Openconfig, and Cisco native YANG models

    5.3 Differentiate between NETCONF and RESTCONF

    5.4 Describe the impact of model-driven telemetry on the network

  • 5.4.a Periodic publication
  • 5.4.b On-change publication
  • 5.5 Compare dial-in and dial-out approaches to model-driven telemetry

    1.0 Wireless Site Survey (25%)

    1.1 Collect design requirements and evaluate constraints

  • 1.1.a Client density
  • 1.1.b Real time applications
  • 1.1.c AP type
  • 1.1.d Deployment type (data, location, voice, video)
  • 1.1.e Security
  • 1.2 Describe material attenuation and its effect on wireless design

    1.3 Perform and analyze a Layer 1 site survey

    1.4 Perform a pre-deployment site survey

    1.5 Perform a post deployment site survey

    1.6 Perform a predictive site survey

    1.7 Utilize planning tools and evaluate key network metrics (Ekahau, AirMagnet, PI, Chanalyzer, Spectrum Analyzer)

    2.0 Wired and Wireless Infrastructure (30%)

    2.1 Determine physical infrastructure requirements such as AP power, cabling, switch port capacity, mounting, and grounding

    2.2 Determine logical infrastructure requirements such as WLC/AP licensing requirements based on the type of wireless architecture

    2.3 Design radio management

  • 2.3.a RRM
  • 2.3.b RF profiles
  • 2.3.c RxSOP
  • 2.4 Apply design requirements for these types of wireless networks

  • 2.4.a Data
  • 2.4.b Voice and video
  • 2.4.c Location
  • 2.4.d Hyperlocation
  • 2.5 Design high-density wireless networks and their associated components (campus, lecture halls, conference rooms)

    2.6 Design wireless bridging (mesh)

  • 2.6.a Modes of operation
  • 2.6.b Ethernet bridging
  • 2.6.c WGB and roaming
    3.0 Mobility (25%)

    3.1 Design mobility groups based on mobility roles

    3.2 Optimize client roaming

    3.3 Validate mobility tunneling for data and control path

    4.0 WLAN High Availability (20%)

    4.1 Design high availability for controllers

  • 4.1.a Network availability through LAG
  • 4.1.b Stateful Switchover (SSO)
  • 4.1.c Anchor controller priority and redundancy
  • 4.2 Design high availability for APs

  • 4.2.a AP prioritization
  • 4.2.b Fall-back (assigning primary, secondary, and tertiary)
    1.0 FlexConnect (15%)

    1.1 Deploy FlexConnect components such as switching and operating modes

    1.2 Deploy FlexConnect capabilities

  • 1.2.a FlexConnect groups and roaming
  • 1.2.b Split tunneling and fault tolerance
  • 1.2.c VLAN-based central switching and Flex ACL
  • 1.2.d Smart AP image upgrade
  • 1.3 Implement Office Extend

    2.0 QoS on a Wireless Network (10%)

    2.1 Implement QoS schemes based on requirements including wired to wireless mapping

    2.2 Implement QoS for wireless clients

    2.3 Implement AVC including Fastlane (only on WLC)

    3.0 Multicast (10%)

    3.1 Implement multicast components

    3.2 Describe how multicast can affect wireless networks

    3.3 Implement multicast on a WLAN

    3.4 Implement mDNS

    3.5 Implement Multicast Direct

    4.0 Location Services (10%)

    4.1 Deploy MSE and CMX on a wireless network

    4.2 Implement location services

  • 4.2.a client tracking
  • 4.2.b RFID tags (tracking only)
  • 4.2.c Interferers
  • 4.2.d Rogue APs
  • 4.2.e Clients
    5.0 Advanced Location Services (10%)

    5.1 Implement CMX components

  • 5.1.a Detect and locate
  • 5.1.b Analytics
  • 5.1.c Presence services
  • 5.2 Implement location-aware guest services using custom portal and Facebook Wi-Fi

    5.3 Troubleshoot location accuracy using Cisco Hyperlocation

    5.4 Troubleshoot CMX high availability

    5.5 Implement wIPS using MSE

    6.0 Security for Wireless Client Connectivity (20%)

    6.1 Configure client profiling on WLC and ISE

    6.2 Implement BYOD and guest

  • 6.2.a CWA using ISE (including self-registration portal)
  • 6.2.b LWA using ISE or WLC
  • 6.2.c Native supplicant provisioning using ISE
  • 6.2.d Certificate provisioning on the controller
  • 6.3 Implement 802.1X and AAA on different wireless architectures and ISE

    6.4 Implement Identity-Based Networking on different wireless architectures (VLANs, QoS, ACLs)

    7.0 Monitoring (15%)

    7.1 Utilize reports on PI and Cisco DNA center

    7.2 Manage alarms and rogues (APs and clients)

  • 7.2.a WLC
  • 7.2.b PI
  • 7.2.c Cisco DNA center
  • 7.3 Manage RF interferers

  • 7.3.a WLC
  • 7.3.b PI
  • 7.3.c Cisco DNA center
  • 7.4 Troubleshoot client connectivity

  • 7.4.a WLC
  • 7.4.b ISE
  • 7.4.c PI
  • 7.4.d Cisco DNA center
    8.0 Device Hardening (10%)

    8.1 Implement device access controls (including RADIUS and TACACS+)

    8.2 Implement access point authentication (including 802.1X)

    8.3 Implement CPU ACLs on the controller

    1.0 Network Programmability Foundation (10%)

    1.1 Utilize common version control operations with git (add, clone, push, commit, diff, branching, merging conflict)

    1.2 Describe characteristics of API styles (REST and RPC)

    1.3 Describe the challenges encountered and patterns used when consuming APIs synchronously and asynchronously

    1.4 Interpret Python scripts containing data types, functions, classes, conditions, and looping

    1.5 Describe the benefits of Python virtual environments

    1.6 Explain the benefits of using network configuration tools such as Ansible and Puppet for automating IOS XE platforms

    2.0 Automate APIs and Protocols (10%)

    2.1 Identify the JSON instance based on a YANG model

    2.2 Identify the XML instance based on a YANG model

    2.3 Interpret a YANG module tree generated per RFC8340

    2.4 Compare functionality, benefits, and uses of OpenConfig, IETF, and native YANG models

    2.5 Compare functionality, benefits, and uses of NETCONF and RESTCONF

    3.0 Network Device Programmability (20%)

    3.1 Implement device management and monitoring using NetMiko

    3.2 Construct a Python script using ncclient that uses NETCONF to manage and monitor an IOS XE device

    3.3 Configure device using RESTCONF API utilizing Python requests library

    3.4 Utilize Ansible to configure an IOS XE device

    3.5 Configure a subscription for model driven telemetry on an IOS XE device (CLI, NETCONF, and RESTCONF)

    3.6 Compare publication and subscription telemetry models

  • 3.6.a Periodic / cadence
  • 3.6.b On-change
  • 3.7 Describe the benefits and usage of telemetry data in troubleshooting the network

    3.8 Describe Day 0 provisioning methods

  • 3.8.a iPXE
  • 3.8.b PnP
  • 3.8.c ZTP
    4.0 Cisco DNA Center (20%)

    4.1 Compare traditional versus software-defined networks

    4.2 Describe the features and capabilities of Cisco DNA Center

  • 4.2.a Network assurance APIs
  • 4.2.b Intent APIs
  • 4.2.c Multivendor support (3rd party SDKs)
  • 4.2.d Events and notifications
  • 4.3 Implement Cisco DNA Center event outbound webhooks

    4.4 Implement API requests for Cisco DNA Center to accomplish network management tasks

  • 4.4.a Intent APIs
  • 4.4.b Command Runner APIs
  • 4.4.c Site APIs
  • 4.5 Implement API requests for Cisco DNA Center to accomplish network management tasks using these APIs

  • 4.5.a Network discovery and device APIs
  • 4.5.b Template APIs (Apply a template)
  • 4.6 Troubleshoot Cisco DNA Center automation process using Intent APIs

    5.0 Cisco SD-WAN (20%)

    5.1 Describe features and capabilities of Cisco SD-WAN vManage Certificate Management APIs

    5.2 Implement a Python script to perform API requests for Cisco SD-WAN vManage Device Inventory APIs to retrieve and display data

    5.3 Construct API requests for Cisco SD-WAN vManage Administration APIs

    5.4 Implement a Python script to perform API requests for Cisco SD-WAN vManage Configuration APIs to modify Cisco SD-WAN fabric configuration

    5.5 Construct API requests for Cisco SD-WAN vManage Monitoring APIs (Including real-time)

    5.6 Troubleshoot a Cisco SD-WAN deployment using vManage APIs

    6.0 Cisco Meraki (20%)

    6.1 Describe features and capabilities of Cisco Meraki

  • 6.1.a Location Scanning APIs
  • 6.1.b MV Sense APIs
  • 6.1.c External Captive Portal APIs
  • 6.1.d WebHook Alert APIs
  • 6.2 Create a network using Cisco Meraki APIs

    6.3 Configure a network using Cisco Meraki APIs

    6.4 Implement a Python script for Cisco Meraki Alert WebHooks

Candidates need to undertake below exam

Exam Name: Exam Code : Fees Duration: Registration:
Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR) 300-401 ENCOR $ 120 minutes Pearson VUE
Concentration exams (choose one):
Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI) 300-410 ENARSI $ 90 minutes Pearson VUE
Implementing Cisco SD-WAN Solutions (SDWAN300) 300-415 ENSDWI $ 90 minutes Pearson VUE
Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) 300-420 ENSLD $ 90 minutes Pearson VUE
Designing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks (ENWLSD) 300-425 ENWLSD $ 90 minutes Pearson VUE
Implementing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks (ENWLSI) 300-430 ENWLSI $ 90 minutes Pearson VUE
Implementing Automation for Cisco Enterprise Solutions (ENAUI) 300-435 ENAUTO $ 90 minutes Pearson VUE

Upon completion of this course, candidates will have the skills and knowledge to

  • As a CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional), you can position yourself as a technical leader with advanced skillsets and knowledge in the specific technology domain as per your interest and job role.
  • With the CCNP Enterprise certification, you get to choose technical expertise with design skills, automation, and programmability which can add tremendous value to your skillsets.
  • New age technological needs of networking automation and network programmability is part of the CCNP certification.
  • Incremental recognition is an attractive feature of CCNP certification revamps. You need to clear the core exam and one of the concentration exams of your choice. Passing core exam (ENCOR 300-401) entitles you to a specialist certification. It means, after clearing the core exam and one of the concentration exams, you get CCNP certificate and two specialist certifications.
  • Adding the CCNP certification badge on your social media platforms gives you instant recognition and increases the visibility of your profiles.
  • Choice from the concentration exam options allows a candidate to tailor their CCNP certification as per their preferences and job roles. e.g. Clearing Core exam (ENCOR 300-401) and Concentration exam (300-410 ENARSI) will help the candidate achieve CCNP Advanced R&S certification. Similarly clearing core exam (ENCOR 300-401) and concentration exam (300-415 ENSDWI) will help the candidate achieve CCNP SD WAN certification.
  • Candidates can start from CCNP directly. There are no prerequisites to start CCNP certification.

Frequently Asked Question

You need to pass one core exam and one of the concentration exam from the options available in the same certification track to achieve your CCNP certificate.
Yes. The same technology core exam will serve as the core exam for the CCNP and CCIE certification in the respective technology track.
In the revamped structure, if you pass core exam and one concentration exam in the same technology track, you can achieve your CCNP certification. CCNP has five tracks as of now (Enterprise, Data Center, Service Provider, Security and Collaboration). Each track has one specific core exam and a number of concentration exam choices. CCNP Enterprise has 6 concentration exam options. CCNP Collaboration has 4 concentration exam choices. CCNP Security has 6 concentration exam options. CCNP Data Center has 5 concentration exam options. CCNP Service Provider has 3 concentration exam options.

Once you clear the technology core exam, you can clear the CCNP exam within 3 years of passing the qualifying technology core exam to get the CCNP certificate too.

 

Having CCNA certificate is not necessary before appearing for the CCNP technology core exam and or the concentration exam. You can directly appear for technology core exam or any concentration exam provided necessary concepts and knowledge of the exam topics are understood clearly.

All the current certificates will be valid for the full three years from the date of certification. If you achieve CCNP certification before 23rd Feb 2020, you will get the three new corresponding certificates which will have the same validity as that of your original certificate. You will get CCNP Enterprise certificate and two more certificates. These two certificates are Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Core and Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Advanced Infrastructure Implementation.

If your CCNP is incomplete on or before 23rd Feb 2020, following are the migration scenarios. Current CCNP certification consists of three exams ROUTE (300-101), SWITCH (300-115) and TSHOOT (300-135).

If you have cleared ROUTE (300-101) only, then you need to clear new Core exam (300-401 ENCOR) and one of the concentration exams out of 6 available choices. Similarly if you have cleared SWITCH (300-115) only then also you need to clear new Core exam (300-401 ENCOR) and one of the concentration exams out of 6 available choices. If you have cleared TSHOOT (300-135) only, you will receive Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Advanced Infrastructure Implementation. With TSHOOT (300-135), you will need to clear 300-401 ENCOR exam to achieve CCNP Enterprise certification.

If you have cleared ROUTE (300-101) and SWITCH (300-115), then you will receive Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Core. You will need to clear one of the concentration exams to receive CCNP Enterprise certificate.

If you have cleared combination of ROUTE (300-101) plus TSHOOT (300-135) or SWITCH (300-115) plus TSHOOT (300-135) or just TSHOOT (300-135) then you will receive Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Advanced Infrastructure Implementation and you will have to clear 300-401 (ENCOR) to receive CCNP Enterprise certification.

If you have cleared ROUTE (300-101) and SWITCH (300-115), you will receive Cisco Certified Specialist – Enterprise Core and will need to clear any of the 6 concentration exams to receive CCNP Enterprise certificate.

The duration of course depends on the batch you select. Regular (Mon – Fri) classroom training spans over the period of 8 weeks or 4 Hours /Days. Weekend (Sat – Sun) classroom training takes 4 Months or 6 Hours/Day. You can choose online/offline training mode and check out the schedule and fees accordingly.

As per the procedures, printed CCNP Certification takes 6-8 weeks to reach you by mail. Check the status of your certificate in your Certification Tracking System. Date with a “Mailed” status implies the dispatch of your certificate on that date. No status found or 8 weeks are over, register a case with Certification & Communities Online Support team at www.cisco.com/go/certsupport.

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You may earn between 4,00,000 – 6,00,000 INR which may increase significantly with work experience, improved hands-on skills and other related factors.

Yes. The CCNPEnterprise online training batches are available on both weekdays as well as weekends in morning and evening sessions.

We provide lab training facility in Asia with 24×7 Lab access with rack and lab administrator guide. We offer great value for money to all our candidates through Personality development sessions. Our training is best in Mumbai and our trainers are CCIE Certified.

Yes. Weekend training facility is available for working professionals.

CCNP certificates are valid for 36 months. After these initial 36-months CCNPs have the flexibility and option to recertify using one of the options below before the certification expiration date:

Through the Cisco Continuing Education Program only :

Earn the required 80 CE credits,

or

Through Examination and Continuing Education :

1. Pass any one professional concentration exam and and earn 40 CE credits

Examination Only :

1. Pass one technology core exam or

2. Pass any two professional concentration exams or

3. Pass one CCIE lab exam

 

Training Plan & Schedule / Schedule & Price

Training Plan

Training Schedule
  Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Weekend (Sat-Sun)
Duration 8 weeks 4 Months
Hours 4 Hours / Day 6 Hours / day
Fees Ask For Quote

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Training Mode Online/Onsite Online/Onsite

 

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

  • Mr. Jagdish Rathod
    CCNP | AWS
    Senior Trainer - R&S, AWS
    Mr. Jagdish Rathod

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