Inhoud ICT-cursus 300-101 Implementing IP Routing

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Tijdens de ICT-cursus 300-101 Implementing IP Routing worden de volgende onderdelen behandeld:

Introduction to Networking

Explore the purpose of the CCNP Route 300-101 exam, how Cisco routers are used in medium to large networks, and some challenges a network engineer may experience when supporting a large network.

IP Operations

Explore the basics of the Internet Protocol.

Discover how routers leverage IP to move data across a network by following each step of a packet’s journey through multiple routers to its destination.

TCP and UDP Operations

Examine the differences between transmission control protocol (TCP) and user datagram protocol (UDP) operations.

Network Migration

Explore how changing network parameters, routing, or protocols can have an adverse effect on a network.

Point-to-Point Networking

Discover the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) and how it is configured and can be used on a network.

Frame Relay Operations

Explore frame relay operations, including point-to-point and multipoint frame relay configuration, verification, and syntax.

IPv4 Addressing Types

Discover IPv4 subnetting and explore the different addressing types.

IP Addressing and DHCP

Explore scenarios where DHCPv6 is used in conjunction with stateless address autoconfiguration, and where DHCPv6 issues options and addresses without using stateless address autoconfiguration.

IPv6 Addressing

IPv6 overcomes the limitations of IPv4 by providing more than enough globally unique IP addresses to accommodate every device in the world.

Explore IPv6 features, address types, and allocation.

IPv6 Addressing and DHCP

Explore scenarios where DHCPv6 is used in conjunction with stateless address autoconfiguration, and where DHCPv6 issues options and addresses without using stateless address autoconfiguration.

Static Routing

Explore the concept of static routing and how to configure static and floating static routing.

Default Routes

Explore the use of default routes.

Routing Protocol Types

Explore routing protocol types, including interior and exterior gateway routing protocols.

Administrative Distance and Passive Interfaces

Examine network routing configuration using administrative distance and passive iInterfaces for the RIP, EIGRP, and OSPF routing protocols.

Using VRF Lite

Explore VRF Lite, including why you would use this technology and how to configure it and verify the configuration.

Route Filtering

Explore how to configure filtering for routes using distribute and prefix lists.

Route Filtering for EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP

Examine route filtering with the EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP routing protocols.

Route Redistribution with RIP and EIGRP

Explore route redistribution between networks running different routing protocols, in particular, RIP and EIGRP.

Route Redistribution with OSPF

Explore route redistribution between networks running different routing protocols with a network running OSPF.

Router Summarization for RIP

Explore route summarization and how it is used in a RIP-based system.

Router Summarization for EIGRP and OSPF

Examine route summarization and how to use it in an EIGRP and OSPF-based systems.

Routing Policies

Explore the creation of policy-based routes and examine rules to manage network routing.

Loop Prevention Using Built-In Mechanisms

Explore loop prevention and built-in mechanisms to help prevent them.

Loop Prevention Using Route Tags and Maps

Explore loop prevention using route tags and maps.

Routing Information Protocol

Explore and configure the Routing Information Protocol for IPv4 and IPv6 networks and examine the differences between RIP and RIPv2.

Introduction to EIGRP

Explore the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and the EIGRP packet types.

EIGRP Neighbors

Explain how to configure EIGRP Neighbors using static and dynamic discovery and how to manage bandwidth utilization to prevent saturating a slow link.

EIGRP Authentication

Explore using key-chains, keys, and key rotation to secure updates and prevent routing updates that are not authenticated.


Explore stub routers and how they are used, and examine various EIGRP stub configuration options.

EIGRP Load Balancing and Metrics

Explore equal and unequal load balancing and how to adjust the metric values for routes with the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (RIGRP).


In this course, you’ll learn about Python scripting and managing WebEx resources.

First, you’ll examine how to use Meraki SDK to query and manipulate resources.

Then, you’ll move on to learn how to use RESTful services and Python to manage WebEx resources.

This course can be used in preparation for the 200-901: DevNet Associate certification exam.

OSPF Packet Types

Explore and configure EIGRP over IPv6 and recognize where it is similar and different from running EIGRP over IPv4.

OSPF Configuration

Explore the basics of OSPF configuration, including how to enable it, advertising networks to OSPF, and troubleshooting. Configuring plain text and MD5 authentication is also covered.

OSPF Network and LSA Types

Discover how to manually define OSPF network types, allowing you to change how OSPF behaves.

Link state advertisements and their purpose is also covered.

OSPF Route Types

Explore the various route types that OSPF uses in the Cisco IOS routing table, including intra-area and inter-area routes and the differences with how OSPF handles external routes redistributed into an autonomous system.

OSPF Area Types

Discover how backbone and standard areas function in OSPF and examine variations of standard area types including Stub, Totally Stubby, NSSA, and Totally NSSA.

OSPF Virtual Links and Paths

Explore the use of OSPF virtual links for overcoming network segregation and how OSPF chooses a path among multiple paths to a destination.

OSPF IPv6 Routing

Discover how to configure IPv6 for OSPFv3, including how to configure IPv6 on OSPF routers and verify it is operational.

Border Gateway Protocol Introduction

Discover the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and get an introduction to its configuration on Cisco devices.

BGP Loopback and Propagation

Explore how to propagate, scale, use loopback addresses, and peer groups to add resiliency to BGP

Multiprotocol BGP

Explore multiprotocol BGP and use BGP address families to support IPv6 and exchange IPv6 routes.

BGP Attributes

Explain how BGP attributes are used for route selection and how to manipulate the attributes to set a preferred router.

Generic Routing Encapsulation Tunnels

Explore Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Tunnels for transferring packets from one protocol within another and, how to secure the transfer of those packets.

Dynamic Multipoint, Easy VPN, and Ipsec

Explore VPNs and tunneling to provide network separation and path isolation.

Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting

Explore and configure authentication, authorization, and accounting on a Cisco router and how to offload AAA to a Radius server.

Access Control

Explore securing a Cisco devices ports, console, and management plane using access controls.

Security Features

Explore the standard and extended Access Control Lists and use Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF) to block traffic.

Device Management

Explore multiple interfaces to manage a Cisco device including using SSH, the console, and HTTPS through a web browser.


Explore and configure the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) version 2 and 3 and the Network Time Protocol (NTP).

Logging and Debugging

Discover Cisco logging configuration and explore the IOS debug command for debugging or troubleshooting issues.

DHCP Server

Explore the configuration of a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server on an IPv4 and IPv6 network.

DHCP IPv6 Stateless Server

Discover and configure an IPv6 DHCP stateless server.

Network Address Translation

Explore network address translation (NAT) on both IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

SLAs and Object Tracking

Discover how service level agreements and tracking objects can be used to monitor a router and down-stream routers.


Explore router data and statistics using Cisco NetFlow.

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