CISCO - CCNP - BCRAN (642-821)


The Building Cisco Remote Access Networks (BCRAN) exam is required of candidates seeking the Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) designations. Expert instructor Michael Storm covers exam topics including WAN components, asynchronous connections, controlling network access, remote connectivity protocols and technologies, backup connections, managing network performance and more. ATS training courses meet or exceed all Cisco certification objectives. At the conclusion of this course you’ll be prepared to pass Cisco remote access exam 642-821.

Course Outline

Module 1
Section A: Introduction Overview CCNP Requirements CCDP Requirements Prerequisites Series Objectives
Section B: WAN Environment Criteria Analyzing Needs Location Issues Categorizing Locations Router Considerations WAN Connection Types
Section C: Site Solutions Central Site Branch Sites Remote Sites Equipment Options SOHO Routers Branch Routers Central Routers
Section D: Central Site Solutions WAN Components WAN Diagram Setting Up Solution Central Site Criteria 3600 Router 3600 NM Modules 4000 Router AS5000/7200
Section E: Branch Office Solutions Overview 1600 Routers 1700 Routers 2500 Routers 2600 Routers
Section F: SOHO Solutions Overview 700 Routers
Section G: WAN Cabling Connect Devices Frame Relay ISDN Asynchronous Verify the Installation
Section H: Asynchronous Connectivity Overview Modem Signaling EIA/TIA-232 Pins Modem Control Functions Reverse Telnet Router Line Numbering
Section I: Asynchronous Configuration Basic Configuration Interface Types Asynchronous Ports Logical Configuration Physical Configuration

Module 2
Section A: Modem Configuration AT Commands Autoconfiguration Chat Scripts
Section B: Basic PPP Overview PPP Architecture PPP Architecture Model Link Control Protocol Basic Configuration
Section C: Advanced PPP Advanced Options Authentication Callback Multilink PPP Troubleshooting PPP
Section D: BRI Architecture ISDN Topics ISDN Overview BRI BRI Devices BRI Protocols TETs & SPIDs LAPD
Section E: Basic DDR Implementation ISDN Switch Type Specify Traffic Static Routes Encapsulation & ISDN Addressing Protocol Addressing Interface Information Parameters
Section F: Implement DDR for BRI WAN LAB View 1600 Config Set ISDN Switch Type Set Traffic Rule Addressing Dialer Maps SPID Info Multilink Setup DDR Troubleshooting Verify Interface Activate Interface Verify BRI Connectivity

Module 3

Section A: Advanced DDR Dialer Profiles Dialer Profile Components Rotary Groups Dial Backup Dial Backup Configuration Snapshot Routing Snapshot Routing Configuration
Section B: PRI Architecture Overview T1 Framing Types T1 Line Codes E1 Framing & Line Codes Configure T1 PRI T1 on a WIC Configure E1 PRI
Section C: Redundant Switch LinksSection C: T1 PRI Configuration Overview PRI Switch Type Configure T1 Controller Configure T1 Interface - C.O. Configure T1 Branch Configure WIC - T1 Configure Logical Layer Verify T1 Configuration
Section D: X.25 Architecture Overview X.25 Protocols DTE & DCE PAD Specification X.25 Layered Model Virtual Circuits X.121 Address LAPB Layer
Section E: Configure X.25 Overview Configuration Example Additional Configuration Virtual Circuit Ranges Configuration Settings Complete Configuration
Section F: Implement X.25 WAN LAB Configure X.25 - C.O. Configure X.25 - Branch Verify X.25 Connectivity

Module 4
Section A: Frame Relay Architecture Overview Frame Relay Devices LMI Topologies Split Horizon Issues Using Sub-interfaces
Section B: Frame Relay Configuration Overview Interface Determination Encapsulation & Protocol Params Assign LMI to Interface Assign & MAP DLCI Example Configuration
Section C: Implement Frame Relay Overview Encapsulate Frame Turn Off LMI Add IP Address Assign DLCI Configure Frame Relay - Branch Verify Frame Relay Backup Interfaces Create Backup Interface Verify Backup
Section D: Frame Relay Traffic Shaping Overview Traffic Shaping Parameters CIR FECN & BECN Section E: Traffic Shaping Configuration Overview Traffic Shaping Example WAN LAB Map Class Add Parameters Assign to Interface Validate Configuration
Section F: Queuing Strategies Overview When to Use Choose Queuing Types

Module 5
Section A: Queuing Implementation Weighted Fair Queuing WFQ Configuration Priority Queuing Priority Configuration Priority Example Custom Queuing Custom Queuing Function Custom Queuing Configuration
Section B: Compression Overview Link Compression Payload Compression TCP Header Compression Compression Issues Compressive Configuration
Section C: Network Address Translation Overview Advantages Disadvantages NAT Functions TCP Load Distribution Address Definitions Use of NAT
Section D: NAT Configuration Configuration Types Simple Dynamic NAT Static NAT NAT Overload Configure NAT Overload Verify Configuration Overlapped TCP Load Distribution View & Troubleshoot
Section E: AAA Overview Interfaces & Modes Configuration Step Enable AAA Authentication Methods Alternative Authentications Authorization Accounting

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