Cisco-Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD 300-420)

Prepare to take the Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) exam.

After taking this course, you should be able to:

What you’ll learn

  • Learn the skills, technologies, and best practices needed to design an enterprise network..
  • Deepen your understanding of enterprise design including advanced addressing and routing solutions, advanced enterprise campus networks, WAN, security services, network services, and software-defined access SDA.
  • Validate your knowledge and prepare to take the Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) exam.

Course Content

  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) : Designing EIGRP Routing –> 5 lectures • 42min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Designing OSPF Routing –> 6 lectures • 40min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Designing IS-IS Routing –> 7 lectures • 1hr 17min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Designing BGP Routing –> 7 lectures • 54min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :BGP Address Families and Attributes –> 5 lectures • 52min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Designing Enterprise Campus –> 4 lectures • 22min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Designing Layer 2 Campus –> 7 lectures • 1hr 10min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Designing Layer 3 Campus –> 7 lectures • 44min.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) :Discovering SD Access Architecture –> 6 lectures • 1hr.
  • CCNP Enterprise ENSLD ( 300-420) : SD Access Fabric Design –> 4 lectures • 43min.

Cisco-Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD 300-420)

Requirements

  • Basic network fundamentals and building simple LANs.
  • Basic IP addressing and subnets.
  • Routing and switching fundamentals.
  • Basic wireless networking concepts and terminology.

After taking this course, you should be able to:

  • Design Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) internal routing for the enterprise network
  • Design Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) internal routing for the enterprise network
  • Design Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) internal routing for the enterprise network
  • Design a network based on customer requirements
  • Design Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routing for the enterprise network
  • Describe the different types and uses of Multiprotocol BGP (MP-BGP) address families
  • Describe BGP load sharing
  • Design a BGP network based on customer requirements
  • Decide where the L2/L3 boundary will be in your Campus network and make design decisions
  • Describe Layer 2 design considerations for Enterprise Campus networks
  • Design a LAN network based on customer requirements
  • Describe Layer 3 design considerations in an Enterprise Campus network
  • Examine Cisco SD-Access fundamental concepts
  • Describe Cisco SD-Access Fabric Design
  • Design an Software-Defined Access (SD-Access) Campus Fabric based on customer requirements
  • Design service provider-managed VPNs
  • Design enterprise-managed VPNs
  • Design a resilient WAN
  • Design a resilient WAN network based on customer requirements
  • Examine the Cisco SD-WAN architecture
  • Describe Cisco SD-WAN deployment options
  • Design Cisco SD-WAN redundancy
  • Explain the basic principles of QoS
  • Design Quality of Service (QoS) for the WAN
  • Design QoS for enterprise network based on customer requirements
  • Explain the basic principles of multicast
  • Designing rendezvous point distribution solutions
  • Describe high-level considerations when doing IP addressing design
  • Create an IPv6 addressing plan
  • Plan an IPv6 deployment in an existing enterprise IPv4 network
  • Describe the challenges that you might encounter when transitioning to IPv6
  • Design an IPv6 addressing plan based on customer requirements
  • Describe Network APIs and protocols
  • Describe Yet Another Next Generation (YANG), Network Configuration Protocol (NETCONF), and Representational State Transfer Configuration Protocol (RESTCONF)