CISCO - CCNP - BCMSN (642-811)


The Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN) exam is required of candidates seeking the Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) designations. ATS training courses meet or exceed all Cisco certification objectives. Expert instructor Michael Storm addresses routing and switching concepts covering Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies as he shows network administrators how to build campus networks using multilayer switching over high speed Ethernet. At the conclusion of this course you’ll be prepared to pass Cisco switching exam BCMSN 642-811.

Course Outline

Module 1
Section A: Introduction to BCMSN Overview CCNP Certification CCDP Certification Series Prerequisite Series Objectives & Flow Lab Overview
Section B: Campus Design Models Designing Campus Networks Layer 2 Switching Layer 3 Routing Layer 3 Switching Layer 4 Switching Multilayer Switching
Section C: Campus Network Models Overview Shared Network Model Segment with a Router Segment with a Switch Segment with VLANs Routing Between VLANs Traffic Models 80/20 Rule 20/80 Rule Predictable Network Model
Section D: Hierarchical Network Design Overview Access Layer Distribution Layer Core Layer Choosing Cisco Products Access Layer Switches Distribution Layer Switches Core Layer Switches
Section E: Modular Design: Switch Block Overview Switch Block Switch Block Design Factors Common Design
Section F: Modular Design: Core Block Overview Collapsed Core Dual Core Dual Core Design Considerations Layer 3 Core Design
Section G: Ethernet/Token Ring Review Ethernet Review Ethernet Fast Ethernet Full Duplex & Fast EtherChannel Gigabit Ethernet Token Ring Token Ring Bridging Hybrid Bridging

Module 2
Section A: Basic Switch Access Catalyst Switches Basic Configuration Change Hostname Access CLI Switch Set Prompt Command Set System Name Set CLI Passwords Set IOS Passwords
Section B: Basic Switch Configuration Configuring CLI/IOS Cisco Discover Protocol Show CDP Details Switch Clustering Ethernet Ports IOS Port Configuration CLI Port Configuration Token Ring Configuration
Section C: VLANs Overview VLAN Functions VLAN Members VLAN Planning Local VLANs Lab Setup Create CLI VLAN Create IOS VLAN Add Port to VLANs Show VLANs
Section D: VLAN Trunking Trunk Links Frame Identification ISL IEEE 802.1Q DTP IOS-based Configuration CLI-based Configuration Section E: VLAN Trunking Protocol Overview VTP Domains VTP Modes (Server Mode) VTP Advertisements Reset VTP Information Advertisement Types

Module 3
Section A: Configuring VTP Overview CLI-based & IOS-based Configuration VTP Versions VTP Pruning Network without Pruning Network Using Pruning
Section B: Token Ring VLANs Overview TrBRF TrCRF DRiP
Section C: Redundant Switch Links EtherChannel Port Aggregation FEC/GEC Implementations Port Aggregation Protocol Configuring EtherChannel CLI-based & IOS-based EtherChannel
Section D: Spanning Tree Protocol Overview Bridging Loops Redundant Bridging Preventing Loops Bridge Protocol Data Units Root Bridge Election Election Process STP Path Cost Root Port Selection
Section E: STP Optimization Overview STP States Show Spantree Command Specific Port Details STP Timers Forward Delay & Max Age
Section F: Spanning Tree Design - Part 1 Overview Design Factors CST & PVST PVST+ Placing the Root Bridge STP Network Example STP Convergence Actual Tree Topology Avoid STP Problems IOS-based View Access Layer STP View Distribution STP View Core STP Set Spantreeroot Command

Module 4
Section A: Spanning Tree Design - Part 2 Tune Convergence Time Convergence Time Commands Redundant Links PortFast UplinkFast BackboneFast
Section B: InterVLAN Routing Principles VLAN Routing Types Multiple Physical Links Trunk Links ATM LANE Integrated Routers External Router View Running Configurations Configure External Router
Section C: Integrated Route Processors Route Processing Create VLANs Access Route Processor Create VLAN Interfaces View Running Configuration Using ATM LANE LANE Configuration
Section D: Multilayer Switching Overview MLS Functionality MLS Requirements Components MLS-RP Advertisements Packet Flows Packet Flow Example
Section E: Multilayer Configuration Configuration Steps Configure MLS-RP Assign Management Interface Enable MLS on Interfaces
Section F: Multilayer Flow Entries Flow Masks Flow Mask Modes Access List Cooperation MLS-SE Configuration MLS Cache Aging Time Events that Flush Cache Verify MLS Configuration External Routers & Inclusion List

Module 5

Section A: HSRP Overview Traditional vs. HSRP Network HRSP Groups HSRP & ISL HSRP Active Router HSRP Standby Router HSRP States
Section B: Configuring HSRP Planning HSRP Configure HSRP View Status
Section C: Multimedia Traffic Types Overview Unicast Traffic Broadcast Traffic Multicast Traffic
Section D: Multicast Networks Multicast Defined Multicast Addressing Ethernet and Multicasting Traffic Management Group Management IGMP v1 IGMP v2
Section E: Multicast on Switches & Routers Layer 2 Switches Routing Multicasts Distribution Trees Dense Mode Routing Protocols MOSPF PIMDM Sparse Mode Routing Protocols
Section F: Configuring IP Multicast Implementation Enable IP Multicast and PIM Enable IGMP & View Configuration Enable CGMP
Section G: Campus Network Policies Overview Access Layer Distribution Layer Control Route Update Traffic Core Layer Section H: Troubleshooting Overview Tools Troubleshooting Model Show Commands More Show Commands

Price Per User Bundle £ 630 (Bundle of 5)

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