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The Tiburon Technical Training difference

Tiburon Technical Training's Cisco CCNP program provides 48 class hours per course - 20% more than other training providers.  

This program emphasizes hands-on learning utilizing Cisco routers and switches - providing the practical skills needed in a production environment.  Online lab access between class meetings.

Program Information

  • Tiburon Technical Training's CCNP Program consists of four advanced courses.
     
  • It is recommended that each course's associated exam be taken before the next course begins.  One or more off-weeks have been scheduled between courses to allow time for exam preparation.
     
  • Suggested Prerequisite: CCNA certification or equivalent knowledge.

Advanced Switching (BCMSN)

This course is for network professionals responsible for the design, configuration, and integration of Cisco switching networks and is recommended for those interested in becoming a Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) or a Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP).

The course teaches how to build campus networks using multilayer switching technologies over high speed Ethernet, addressing the integration of routing and switching technologies to create an efficient fault-tolerant campus network.  Course content is reinforced by numerous hands-on labs.

Provides preparation for exam 642-811 and assumes that the student has already completed the Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) course or has equivalent internetworking experience. Students should possess hands-on experience with basic router and switch configuration tasks, and be able to configure a simple VLAN.

     Identification of Cisco products and services enabling connectivity and fault-tolerant traffic transport over Fast Ethernet.

     Improving IP routing performance through Multilayer Switching (MLS)

     Implementing fault tolerance through Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)

     Implementation of the necessary services at each layer of the network permitting users to obtain membership in multicast groups.

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Advanced Routing (BSCI)
 
This course addresses the tasks that network managers and administrators need to perform when managing access and controlling overhead traffic in growing routed networks once basic connectivity has been established.  R
ecommended for those interested in becoming a Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) or a Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP).

The course discusses router capabilities used to control traffic over LANs and WANs, as well as connecting a corporate network to an Internet Service Provider (ISP).  This is a hands-on workshop with numerous lab exercises applying the course concepts.

Provides preparation for exam 642-801 and assumes that the student has already completed the Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) course or has equivalent internetworking experience. 

Simplification of IP address management at branch offices by implementing a hierarchical design.

Implementation of appropriate technologies for a scalable routed internetwork that includes link state protocols and redistribution.

Configuration of edge routers to properly interconnect into the BGP cloud for a single or multi-homed interconnection to an ISP's BGP network.

Selection and configuration of appropriate access lists for controlling accessibility to networks or devices and to minimize overhead traffic.

Includes coverage of OSPF, EIGRP, IS-IS, and BGP routing protocols, hierarchical design, route redistribution, route maps, and policy-based routing.
 
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Remote Access (BCRAN)
  
This course covers the fundamental and practical knowledge needed to implement Cisco remote access network environments, such as installing and configuring Cisco's 776, 1720, and 3640 routers for remote access, Multilink PPP, and Network Address Translation (NAT).

Design and implement a remote access network using Cisco equipment. Configure ISDN BRI and PRI traffic and verify connectivity with common network tools. 

Introductory material on modem technology and operation, ISDN, the AT command set, Windows 95 networking, and features of Cisco's Access Server technology. 

Build from the introductory material to explore complex Access Server and routing topics like PPP Callback, Dial-on-Demand Routing, Multilink PPP, and NAT. The course delivers the information needed to create a Cisco-based remote access network.

Preparation for exam 642-821

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Internetwork Troubleshooting (CIT)

Learn to quickly troubleshoot problems with Cisco router and Catalyst switch internetworks.  Learn to remedy communication problems in TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk and Wide Area Networks.

  • When to Use Specific Cisco Commands: show, write, debug, ping, and trace
  • LAN/WAN Problem Isolation
  • Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and Token Ring Troubleshooting
  • How to Use Protocol Analyzers
  • IP, IPX, AppleTalk, HDLC, ISDN, BRI, and X.25 Traffic Troubleshooting

Preparation for exam 642-831

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