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Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) Exam 300-101

Course Code

TO403

Duration

5 Days

Due to the pace and duration of this course, ideal candidates for this course operate in medium to very large computing environment:

  • The ROUTE certification is appropriate for those with at least one year of networking experience who are ready to advance their skills and work independently on complex network solutions
  • Hold the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification

This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to build large multiprotocol internetworks and how to manage them. The exam covers topics on Advanced IP Addressing, Routing Principles, Multicast Routing, IPv6, Manipulating Routing Updates, Configuring basic BGP, Configuring EIGRP, OSPF, and IS-IS.

The Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE 300-101) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP®, Cisco Certified Internetwork Professional CCIP®, and Cisco Certified Design Professional CCDP® certifications. The ROUTE 300-101 exam will certify that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills necessary to use advanced IP addressing and routing in implementing scalable and secure Cisco ISR routers connected to LANs and WANs. The exam also covers configuration of secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers.

Documentation
Course Materials consist of the following materials:

  • A Welcome Kit
  • CCNP Routing Study Guide
  • The CCNP Virtual Lab (Sybex e-trainer)

Exam Preparation
Completion, review and discussion of examination question examples.

Examination
Within the three domains, Cisco will ask advanced questions on packet switching, trunking, and other complex switching technologies. As with most Cisco exams, the ROUTE is considered to be very challenging. Participants should expect to spend many hours studying for this exam both in lab and in text. The exam normally lasts 75 minutes. However, you will have 90 minutes to complete the exam.

Criteria for Certification
Cisco does not publish the pass score for this exam; however rumors say that the normal passing score is 849 out of 1000. The exam contains somewhere between 60 and 70 questions that include multiple choice, drag and drop, and simulation style questions in varying numbers.


This course is designed for IT professionals who have a large amount of experience with network design and implementation.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • EIGRP Review
  • EIGRP Neighbors and Neighborship over WANs
  • Building the EIGRP Topology Table and Building the IP Routing Table
  • Optimizing EIGRP Convergence
  • Route Filtering and Route Summarization
  • Default Routes and Static Routes
  • OSPF Review
  • OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on LANs and WANs
  • LSAs and the OSPF Link State Database
  • The Database Exchange Process and Choosing the Best OSPF Routes
  • Route Filtering and Route Summarization
  • Default Routes and Stub Areas and Virtual Links
  • Route Redistribution Basics: Redistribution into EIGRP and Redistribution into OSPF
  • Redistribution with Route Maps and Distribute Lists
  • Issues with Multiple Redistribution Points
  • Policy-Based Routing and IP Service-Level Agreement
  • The Basics of Internet Routing and Addressing
  • Introduction to BGP
  • Outbound Routing Toward the Internet and External BGP for Enterprises
  • Verifying the BGP Table
  • Injecting Routes into BGP for Advertisement to the ISPs
  • Internal BGP between Internet-Connected Routers
  • Avoiding Routing Loops when Forwarding Toward the Internet
  • Route Filtering and Clearing BGP Peers
  • BGP Path Attributes and Best Path Algorithm
  • Influencing an Enterprise’s Outbound Routes and Enterprise’s Inbound Routes with MED
  • Global Unicast Addressing, Routing, and Subnetting
  • Assigning IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses (DHCP for IPv6, Autoconfiguration, and Static IPv6 Addresses)
  • Survey of IPv6 Addressing
  • Configuring IPv6 Addresses on Cisco Routers
  • Configuring IPv6 Routing Protocols: Static IPv6 Routes, RIPng, EIGRP for IPv6, and OSPFv3
  • IPv6 IGP Redistribution
  • IPv4 and IPv6 Migration and Coexistence Concepts
  • Static Point-to-Point IPv6 Tunnels and Dynamic Multipoint IPv6 Tunnels
  • Branch Office Broadband Internet Access and Branch Router Configuration for Broadband Access
  • VPN Configuration

Benefits
A solid credential that can be utilized in any industry
Validation of achievement in an industry-valued skill
Viable career path, leading to higher level positions

Domains of Exam
Routing Technology
Implementation and Operation
Planning and Design


Part I: Perspectives on Network Planning
Module 1: Planning Tasks for the CCNP Exams

Perspectives on CCNP Exam Topics Related to Planning
Relating the Exam Topics to a Typical Network Engineer’s Job
How to Prepare for the Planning Topics on the Exams
Background Information on Implementation and Verification Plans

Part II: EIGRP
Module 2: EIGRP Overview and Neighbor Relationships

EIGRP CCNA Review
EIGRP Neighbors
Neighborship over WANs

Module 3: EIGRP Topology, Routes, and Convergence
Building the EIGRP Topology Table
Building the IP Routing Table
Optimizing EIGRP Convergence

Module 4: EIGRP Route Summarization and Filtering
Route Filtering
Route Summarization
Default Routes
Define Key Terms

Part III: OSPF
Module 5: OSPF Overview and Neighbor Relationships

OSPF Review
OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on LANs
OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies on WANs

Module 6: OSPF Topology, Routes, and Convergence
LSAs and the OSPF Link State Database
The Database Exchange Process
Choosing the Best OSPF Routes

Module 7: OSPF Route Summarization, Filtering, and Default Routing
Route Filtering
Route Summarization
Default Routes and Stub Areas

Module 8: OSPF Virtual Links and Frame Relay Operations
Virtual Links
OSPF over Multipoint Frame Relay

Part IV: Path Control
Module 9: Basic IGP Redistribution

Route Redistribution Basics
Redistribution into EIGRP
Redistribution into OSPF

Module 10: Advanced IGP Redistribution
Redistribution with Route Maps and Distribute Lists
Issues with Multiple Redistribution Points

Module 11: Policy-Based Routing and IP Service Level Agreement
Policy-Based Routing
IP Service-Level Agreement

Part V: BGP
Module 12: Internet Connectivity and BGP

The Basics of Internet Routing and Addressing
Introduction to BGP
Outbound Routing Toward the Internet

Module 13: External BGP
External BGP for Enterprises and Verifying the BGP Table
Injecting Routes into BGP for Advertisement to the ISPs

Module 14: Internal BGP and BGP Route Filtering
Internal BGP between Internet-Connected Routers
Avoiding Routing Loops when Forwarding Toward the Internet
Route Filtering and Clearing BGP Peers

Module 15: BGP Path Control
BGP Path Attributes and Best Path Algorithm
Influencing an Enterprise’s Outbound Routes and Influencing an Enterprise’s Inbound Routes with MED

Part VI: IPv6
Module 16: IP Version 6 Addressing

Global Unicast Addressing, Routing, and Subnetting
Assigning IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses (DHCP for IPv6, Autoconfiguration, and Static IPv6 Addresses)
Survey of IPv6 Addressing
Configuring IPv6 Addresses on Cisco Routers

Module 17: IPv6 Routing Protocols and Redistribution
RIP Next Generation (RIPng)
EIGRP for IPv6
OSPF Version 3
IPv6 IGP Redistribution
Static IPv6 Routes

Module 18: IPv4 and IPv6 Coexistence
IPv4 and IPv6 Migration and Coexistence Concepts
Static Point-to-Point IPv6 Tunnels
Dynamic Multipoint IPv6 Tunnels

Part VII Branch Office Networking
Module 19: Routing over Branch Internet Connections

Branch Office Broadband Internet Access
Branch Router Configuration for Broadband Access
VPN Configuration

Part VIII Final Preparation
Module 20: Final Preparation

Tools for Final Preparation
Suggested Plan for Final Review/Study
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