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Our Cisco Next Level Certifications Catalog,Our Cisco DevNet Certifications Catalog. Contents at a Glance,Chapter 1 Architecture,Chapter 2 Virtualization. Chapter 3 Infrastructure,Chapter 4 Network Assurance. Chapter 5 Security,Chapter 6 Automation,Table of Contents. About the Author 13,Preface 15, Introduction to Cisco Enterprise Core ENCOR Exam 16.
Key Differences Between CCIE Routing and Switching Written and ENCOR Exams 18. CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Exam Topics Lab Exam 18. CCNP Enterprise Certification 19,What this Study Guide contains 19. How to use this Study Guide 20,What s available on the CCIEin8Weeks website 21. CHAPTER 1 ARCHITECTURE 23, Explain the Different Design Principles Used in an Enterprise Network 25. Enterprise network design such as Tier 2 Tier 3 and Fabric Capacity planning 26. Tier 3 Network Design 26,Tier 2 Network Design 28, High availability techniques such as redundancy FHRP and SSO 29. First Hop Routing Protocols FHRPs 30,FHRP Best Practices 32.
Stateful Switchover SSO 32,Analyze Design Principles of a WLAN Deployment 33. Wireless deployment models centralized distributed controller less controller based cloud remote. Centralized Local Mode Model 34,Distributed Model 35. Controller less Model 36,Controller based Model 36. Cloud based Model 37,Remote Branch Model 38,SD Access Wireless Model 39. Location services in a WLAN design 40,Further Reading 40.
Differentiate Between on premises and Cloud Infrastructure Deployments 40. Cloud Deployment Models 41,Cloud Service Models 42. Public Cloud 44,Private Cloud 45,Virtual Private Cloud VPC 45. Hybrid Cloud 46,Multi cloud 47,Infrastructure as a service IaaS 48. Platform as a service PaaS 49,Software as a Service SaaS 50. Consolidation 51,Virtualization 51,Automation 52,Performance Scalability and High Availability 52.
Performance 52,Scalability and High Availability 54. Security Implications Compliance and Policy 55,Workload Migration 56. Explain the Working Principles of the Cisco SD WAN Solution 58. SD WAN Control and Data Planes Elements 58,vBond Orchestrator 59. vManage 59,vSmart Controller 59,vEdge Devices 60,Further Reading 61. Explain the Working Principles of the Cisco SD Access Solution 61. SD Access Control and Data Planes Elements 62,SD Access Control Plane 62.
SD Access Data Plane 62,Cisco SD WAN Solution formerly Viptela 64. Software Defined Access or SD Access 68, Traditional Campus Interoperating with SD Access 70. Further Reading 70,Describe Concepts of Wired and Wireless QoS 70. QoS Components 71,QoS Policy 71, Differentiate Hardware and Software Switching Mechanisms 72. Process and CEF Switching 73,Software based CEF 73.
Hardware based CEF 74,MAC Address Table and TCAM 74. FIB vs RIB 75,Chapter Summary 77,CHAPTER 2 VIRTUALIZATION 78. Describe Device Virtualization Technologies 80,Hypervisor Type 1 and Type 2 81. Virtual Machine 82,Kubernetes 85,Virtual Switching 88. Virtual Machine Device Queues VMDq 90,Single Root IO Virtualization SR IOV 91.
Configure and Verify Data Path Virtualization Technologies 91. Configuring Multi VRF CE 94,PE Configuration 96,Verifying VRF Configuration 97. Further Reading 98,GRE and IPsec Tunneling 98,Configuring GRE and IPSec Tunneling 100. Verifying GRE IPSec Configuration 101,Describe Network Virtualization Concepts 102. Further Reading 103,VXLAN Tunnel Endpoint VTEP 104. Further Reading 105,Chapter Summary 106,CHAPTER 3 INFRASTRUCTURE 107.
Layer 2 109,Native VLAN Mismatch and VLAN Leaking 109. Trunk Mode Mismatch 110,Allowed VLANs on Trunks 111. VLAN Trunking Protocol VTP issues 111,VLANs not propagating from Servers to Clients 112. Newly added Switch not receiving VLANs from VTP Server 112. Ports become Inactive after Power Cycle 112, Configure and Verify Common Spanning Tree Protocols RSTP and MST 113. RSTP Configuration 114,RSTP Verification 114,MST Configuration 115.
MST Verification 116,Layer 3 116, Compare routing concepts of EIGRP and OSPF advanced distance vector vs linked state load balancing. path selection path operations metrics 116,Further Reading 118. Further Reading 119, 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 119. Multiple Areas 119,Route Summarization 121,Inter area Route Summarization 121. External Route Summarization 122,Route Filtering 123.
Further Reading 125, Configure and verify eBGP between directly connected neighbors best path selection algorithm and. neighbor relationships 125,Best Path Selection Criteria 126. Neighbor Relationships 126,Further Reading 128,Wireless 129. Describe Layer 1 concepts such as RF power RSSI SNR interference noise band and channels and. wireless client devices capabilities 129,RF Power 129. Signal to Noise Ratio SNR 130,Interference Noise 130.
Wi Fi Band and Channels 130,Wireless Client Devices Capabilities 131. Describe AP modes and antenna types 132, Describe access point discovery and join process discovery algorithms WLC selection process 133. LAP Registration with the WLC 133,Further Reading 134. Describe the main principles and use cases for Layer 2 and Layer 3 roaming 134. Troubleshoot WLAN configuration and wireless client connectivity issues 136. Troubleshooting WLAN Configuration 136,WLAN Configuration and Logs Collection 136. WLC Show and Debug Commands 137,Show Commands 137,Debug Commands 137.
AP Show and Debug Commands 138,Preparing the AP for debugging 138. Show Commands 138,Debug Commands 139,AP COS Show Commands 139. AP COS Debug Commands 139,1800 Series Debug Commands 140. 2800 3800 Series Debug Commands 140, Troubleshooting Wireless Client Connectivity Issues 140. IP Services 142,Describe Network Time Protocol NTP 142.
Configure and Verify NAT PAT 142,Static NAT 143,Dynamic NAT 144. Static PAT 144,PAT NAT Overload 145, Configure First Hop Redundancy Protocols such as HSRP and VRRP 145. HSRP Configuration 145,HSRP Verification 146,VRRP Configuration 148. VRRP Verification 148, Describe Multicast Protocols such as PIM and IGMP v2 v3 149. Any Source Multicast ASM 149,Source Specific Multicast SSM 149.
Chapter Summary 151,CHAPTER 4 NETWORK ASSURANCE 152. Diagnose network problems using tools such as debugs conditional debugs trace route ping SNMP. and syslog 154,Cisco IOS XE Conditional Debugging Examples 155. Configure and verify device monitoring using syslog for remote logging 155. Configuring Syslog 155,Verifying Syslog 156, Configure and verify NetFlow and Flexible NetFlow 156. NetFlow Interface Support for Ingress Received Traffic on an interface 157. NetFlow Interface Support for Egress Transmitted Traffic on an Interface 157. NetFlow Flow Export Destination and Version 157,Verifying NetFlow Configuration 158. Creating a Flow Record 160,Creating a Flow Monitor 160.
Creating a Flow Exporter 160,Verifying Data in the Flow Monitor Cache 161. Configure and verify SPAN RSPAN ERSPAN 161,Configuring SPAN RSPAN and ERSPAN 162. Configuring ERSPAN Source Session 163,Configuring ERSPAN Destination Session 163. Configure and verify IPSLA 163,IP SLA Configuration 164. ICMP Echo Operation Example 164,UDP Echo Operation Example 164.
IP SLA Verification 165, Describe Cisco DNA Center workflows to apply network configuration monitoring and management. Network Configuration Workflows 166,Creating a Workflow 166. Configure and verify NETCONF and RESTCONF 167,NETCONF Example 169. NETCONF Configuration 169,NETCONF Verification 169. RESTCONF 170,RESTCONF Configuration 171,RESTCONF Verification 171.
Chapter Summary 173,CHAPTER 5 SECURITY 174,Configure and verify device access control 176. Lines and password protection 176,Authentication and authorization using AAA 177. Configure and verify infrastructure security features 177. Further Reading 178,Describe REST API security 183. Configure and verify wireless security features 184. EAP Verification 185,WebAuth 185,Configuring VLAN Interface 186. Configuring WLC for Internal Web Authentication 186. Adding a WLAN Instance 187, Configure User Authentication Type Local RADIUS LDAP 187.
Pre shared Key PSK 187, Describe the components of network security design 188. Threat defense 188,Endpoint Security 188,Next generation firewall 189. TrustSec MACsec 189, Network access control with 802 1X MAB and WebAuth 189. Chapter Summary 190,CHAPTER 6 AUTOMATION 191,Interpret Basic Python Components and Scripts 193. REST API calls using Python requests library 195,Further Reading 200.
Cisco Python SDKs 200,Construct Valid JSON Encoded File 206. JSON Parsing in Python 207, Describe the High level Principles and Benefits of a Data Modeling Language Such as YANG 209. NETCONF 212,RESTCONF 214, Describe APIs for Cisco DNA Center and vManage 229. Further Reading 237, Interpret REST API Response Codes and Results in Payload Using Cisco DNA Center and RESTCONF 243. Construct EEM Applet to Automate Configuration Troubleshooting or Data Collection 247. Compare Agent Vs Agentless Orchestration Tools Such as Chef Puppet Ansible and SaltStack 248. Version Control Systems Git and SVN 250,Clone Operation 255.
Add remove Operations 256,Commit Operation 257,Push Pull Operations 258. Branch 261,Merge and handling conflicts 264,Diff Operation 265. GitOps 268,Further Reading 268,Chapter Summary 276. About the Author, Muhammad Afaq Khan started his professional career at Cisco TAC San Jose and passed his. first CCIE in 2002 9070 He held multiple technical and management positions at Cisco San. Jose HQ over his 11 years of tenure at the company before moving into cloud software and data. center infrastructure IT industries, He has worked at startups as well as Fortune 100 companies in senior leadership positions over.
his career He is also a published author Cisco Press 2009 and holds multiple patents in the. areas of networking security and virtualization Currently he is a founder at Full Stack. Networker and a vocal advocate for network automation technologies and NetDevOps. Introduction to Cisco Enterprise Core ENCOR Exam, ENCOR or Implementing Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies ENCOR 350 401. exam is crucial because of the following reasons, ENCOR exam consists of topics from six domains of knowledge i e Architecture. Virtualization Automation Infrastructure Network Assurance and Security It went live. on February 24 2020, ENCOR serves a triple purpose as CCNP Core and CCIE Infrastructure Lab and CCIE. Wireless Lab qualification exam CCIE recertification requirements are now different. from the initial qualification, It is the mandatory Core exam for the CCNP Enterprise track You become CCNP. Enterprise certified when you pass one of the professional Concentration exams in. addition to ENCOR, It obsoletes both old CCNP R S exams 300 101 and 300 115 and CCIE written exams.
for both R S 400 101 and Wireless 400 351 tracks, It is a 120 minute exam that costs 400 USD per attempt it is significantly cheaper than. 450 per attempt for older 400 series qualification or written exams. Each successful attempt at ENCOR recertifies your CCNP for three years which is the. same as today However the CCNP Recertification exam cost change from 400 passing. one core exam to 900 passing three concentration exams i e you pay more than. 200 in the new format There are other possible exam combinations for recertification. including Continuing Education CE credits, Each successful attempt at ENCOR plus any one of the Professional track concentration. exams recertifies your CCIE Enterprise for three years However the recertification exam. cost to change from 450 one exam to 700 2 exams There are other possible exam. combinations for recertification including Continuing Education CE credits. Let s now double click into each of those areas and the actual underlying topics that are either. removed or added into the new exam, Key Differences Between CCIE Routing and Switching Written and ENCOR. Beyond the addition of wireless topics makes sense now that ENCOR doubles up as. Enterprise as well as Wireless qualification exam network fundamental topics are pretty. much gone Thumbs up, Layer 2 Layer 3 and VPN technologies have only seen removal and no additions If you. compare ENCOR with 400 101 V5 1 blueprint you will be shocked to see that protocols. or technologies such as VLANs most multicast RIP IS IS iBGP MPLS MPLS VPNs. DMVPN and even most topics related to OSPF and eBGP have been eliminated. Security topics are a net gainer by a significant margin 15 as we noted above. However most security topics are Cisco proprietary and lack some crucial security. technologies and solutions such as Cloud Access Security Broker or CASB. IP or Infra services topics have mostly shrunk but Cisco still managed to paddle along. Flexible NetFlow and DNA Center so a thumbs down, Finally I liked how Cisco chucked away IOT topics good one but super surprised to.
see the removal of SDN Kubernetes and containers topics Cisco also added a lot of. on February 24 2020 Wireless Lab qualification exam CCIE recertification requirements are now different from the initial qualification It is the mandatory Core exam for the CCNP Enterprise track You become CCNP Enterprise certified when you pass one of the professional Concentration exams in addition to ENCOR It obsoletes both old CCNP R amp S exams 300 101 and 300 115 and CCIE

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