Cisco CCDP Arch v3.0 Training Videos | INE


Cisco CCDP Arch v3.0 Training Videos | INE
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1.1 Introduction
1.2 Scaling EIGRP Designs
1.3 EIGRP Fast Convergence
1.4 EIGRP with Multiple Autonomous Systems
1.5 Reasons for Multiple EIGRP Autonomous Systems
1.6 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
1.7 EIGRP Graceful Restart and NSF Fundamentals
1.8 EIGRP Hierarchical Design Basics
1.9 Creating Choke Points
1.10 EIGRP Two-Layer Hierarchy
1.11 EIGRP Three-Layer Hierarchy
1.12 EIGRP Hub-and-Spoke Design
1.13 Summarization Challenges Black Holes
1.14 Summarization Challenges Suboptimal Routing
1.15 EIGRP Hub-and-Spoke Scaling
1.16 EIGRP Stub Leaking
1.17 Case Study EIGRP DMVPN
1.17.1 Case Study EIGRP DMVPN
1.17.2 Case Study EIGRP DMVPN
1.18 EIGRP DMVPN Scaling
2.1 Designing OSPF
2.2 Factors Influencing OSPF Scalability
2.3 OSPF Scalability Adjacent Neighbors
2.4 Routing Information in the Area and Domain
2.5 OSPF Scalability Routers in an Area
2.6 OSPF Scalability Areas per ABR
2.7 Designing Areas
2.8 OSPF Hierarchy
2.9 Area and Domain Summarization
2.10 OSPF Full-Mesh Design
2.11 OSPF Hub-and-Spoke Design
2.12 OSPF Hub-and-Spoke ABR Placement
2.13 Number of Areas in OSPF Hub-and-Spoke Design
2.14 OSPF Hub-and-Spoke Network Types
2.15 Improving OSPF Convergence
2.16 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
2.17 OSPF Event Propagation
2.18 OSPF Event Processing
2.19 OSPF Flood Reduction
2.20 OSPF Database Overload Protection
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Overview of IS-IS
3.3 IS-IS Hierarchical Design
3.4 IS-IS Characteristics
3.5 IS-IS Router and Link Types
3.6 IS-IS Adjacencies
3.7 Integrated IS-IS Routing
3.8 Similarities Between IS-IS and OSPF
3.9 Integrated IS-IS vs. OSPF Area Design
3.10 OSPF and IS-IS Characteristics
3.11 Case Study IS-IS Addressing
3.12 IS-IS Packets
3.13 IS-IS Information Data Flow
3.14 Case Study IS-IS Routing Logic
3.15 Route Leaking
3.16 Route Leaking Loop Prevention
3.17 Asymmetric vs. Symmetric IS-IS Routing
3.18 IS-IS Network Types
3.19 IS-IS Operations
3.20 IS-IS LSP Flooding
3.21 IS-IS LSDB Synchronization
3.22 IS-IS Design Considerations
3.23 IS-IS Summarization
3.24 Integrated IS-IS for IPv6
3.25 IS-IS Single-Topology Restrictions
3.26 Multitopology IS-IS for IPv6
5.1 Introduction
5.2 IBGP Scalability Issues
5.3 IBGP Scalability Solution Route Reflectors
5.4 BGP Route Reflector Definitions
5.5 IBGP Scalability Solution Confederations
5.6 Comparing BGP Confederations to BGP Route Reflectors
5.7 BGP Split-Horizon Rule
5.8 Route Reflector Split-Horizon Rule
5.10 Redundant Route Reflectors
5.11 Route Reflector Clusters
5.12 Route Reflector Clusters Cluster ID
5.13 Additional Loop Prevention Mechanisms
5.14 Loop Prevention Cluster List
5.15 Network Design with Route Reflectors
5.16 Hierarchical Route Reflector Design
5.17 Potential Network Issues
6.1 Introduction
6.2 BGP Communities
6.3 Using BGP Communities
6.4 Case Study Steps for Designing a BGP Solution Around BGP Communities-2
6.4 Case Study Steps for Designing a BGP Solution Around BGP Communities 1
6.4 Case Study Steps for Designing a BGP Solution Around BGP Communities-3
6.5 BGP Named Community Lists
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Single Homing vs. Multihoming
7.3 Dual-Homing and Multihoming Design Considerations
7.4 Load Sharing Single-Homed, Multiple Links
7.5 Load Sharing Dual-Homed to One ISP with a Single Local Router
7.6 Load Sharing Dual-Homed to One ISP with Multiple Routers
7.7 Load Sharing Multihomed with Two ISPs and a Single Local Router
7.8 Load Sharing Multihomed with Two ISPs and Multiple Local Routers
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Choosing Your WAN Connection
9.3 Layer 3 MPLS VPN
9.4 MPLS VPN Architecture
9.5 PE Router Architecture
9.6 Route Distinguishers
9.7 Route Targets
9.8 Using EIGRP as the PE-CE Routing Protocol
9.9 Using OSPF as the PE-CE Routing Protocol
9.10 Using BGP as the PE-CE Routing Protocol
9.11 Case Study MPLS VPN Routing Propagation
9.12 Forwarding in MPLS VPN
9.13 VPWS Overview
9.14 VPWS Design
9.15 VPLS Design
9.16 VPLS vs VPWS
10.1 Designing Enterprise-Managed VPNs
10.2 Enterprise-Managed VPNs Overview
10.3 GRE Overview
10.4 Multipoint GRE Overview
10.5 IPsec Overview
10.6 IPsec and GRE
10.7 IPsec and Virtual Tunnel Interface
10.8 IPsec and Dynamic VTI
10.9 GET VPN
10.10 DMVPN Overview
10.11 DMVPN Phase 1
10.12 DMVPN Phase 2
10.13 DMVPN Phase 3
10.14 DMVPN and Redundancy
10.15 SSL VPN Overview
10.16 Case Study MPLS VPN over GRE and DMVPN
10.17 FlexVPN Overview
10.18 FlexVPN Architecture
10.19 FlexVPN Capabilities
10.20 FlexVPN Configuration
11.1 Introduction
11.2 WAN Remote Site Overview
11.3 Common MPLS WAN Design Models
11.4 Common Layer 2 WAN Design Models
11.5 Common VPN WAN Design Models
11.6 3G 4G VPN Design Models
11.7 Remote Site Using Local Internet
11.8 Remote-Site LAN
11.9 Case Study Redundancy-1
11.9 Case Study Redundancy-2
11.10 Basic Traffic Engineering Techniques
11.11 Cisco IWAN Solution Overview
11.12 Cisco IWAN Design Overview
11.13 Cisco IWAN Hybrid Design Model
11.14 Cisco PfR Overview
11.15 Cisco PfR Versions
11.16 Cisco PfR Operations
11.17 Multisite Cisco PfR
11.18 Cisco PfR Design and Deployment Considerations
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Case Study Campus Edge-1
12.2 Case Study Campus Edge-2
12.3 Challenges of Connecting External Partners
12.4 Extranet Topology Remote LAN Model
12.5 Extranet Topology Interconnect Model
12.6 Security and Multitenant Segmentation
13.1 Introduction
13.2 SDN Overview
13.3 SDN Challenges
13.4 Direction of Nontraditional SDN
13.5 SDN Requirment
13.6 Cisco SDN Solutions
13.7 Enterprise WAN and Access Management
13.8 Cisco ONE APIC-EM
13.9 Design Cisco APIC-EM
13.10 SDN Security Challenges
13.11 SDN Security Data Center and Enterprise Module
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Case Study Connecting Servers to the Enterprise LAN
15.3 Case Study Two-Tier Data Center Network Architecture
15.4 Case Study Three-Tier Data Center Network Architecture
15.5 Data Center Inter-VLAN Routing
15.6 End-of-Row vs. Top-of-Rack Design
15.7 Fabric Extenders
15.8 Case Study Data Center High Availability
15.9 Network Interface Controller Teaming
15.10 Cisco FabricPath
15.11 Overlay Networking in the Data Center VXLAN
15.11 Overlay Networking in the Data Center
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Multitenant Data Center Overview
16.3 Secure Tenant Separation
16.4 Layer 3 Separation with VRF-Lite
16.5 Virtual Device Contexts
16.6 Case Study Multitenant Data Center
16.7 Microsegmentation with Overlay Networks
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Need for DCI
17.3 IP Address Mobility
17.4 Case Study Dark Fiber DCI
17.5 Pseudowire DCI
17.6 Virtual Private LAN Service DCI
17.7 Any Transport over MPLS over GRE
17.8 Layer 2 DCI Caveats
17.9 Overlay Transport Virtualization DCI
17.10 Overlay Networking DCI
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Traffic Flow Directions
18.3 Traffic Flow Types
18.4 Case Study Separation of Application Tiers
18.5 Securing East-West Traffic
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Cisco ACI Data Center
19.3 Cisco ACI Fabric
19.4 Network Virtualization Overlays
19.5 Design Applications Using Cisco ACI
19.6 Design EPGs
19.7 Design Applications
19.8 Application Network Profile Discovery Greenfield or Known Applications
19.9 Application Network Profile Discovery Unknown Applications
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Network Security Zoning
21.3 Cisco Modular Network Architecture
21.4 Cisco Next-Generation Security
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Cisco Network Infrastructure Protection
22.3 Infrastructure Device Access
22.4 Secure Management Access
22.5 Routing Infrastructure
22.6 Device Resiliency and Survivability
22.7 Network Policy Enforcement
22.8 Switching Infrastructure
23.1 Introduction
23.2 Firewall Architectures
23.3 Case Study Implementing a Firewall in the Data Center-1
23.3 Case Study Implementing a Firewall in the Data Center-2
23.4 Virtualized Firewalls-1
23.4 Virtualized Firewalls-2
23.5 Case Study Firewall High Availability-1
23.5 Case Study Firewall High Availability-2
23.6 IPS Architectures
23.7 IPS High Availability
24.1 Introduction
24.2 IEEE 802.1X Overview
24.3 Case Study Authorization Options
24.4 IEEE 802.1X Phased Deployment
24.5 Extensible Authentication Protocol-1
24.5 Extensible Authentication Protocol-2
24.6 802.1X Supplicants
24.7 Cisco TrustSec
26.1 Introduction
26.2 IntServ vs. DiffServ
26.3 Classification and Marking Tools
26.4 Layer 2 Marking IEEE 802 1Q p Class of Service
26.5 Layer 3 Marking IP Type of Service
26.6 Layer 3 Marking DSCP Per-Hop Behaviors-1
26.6 Layer 3 Marking DSCP Per-Hop Behaviors-2
26.6 Layer 3 Marking DSCP Per-Hop Behaviors-3
26.7 Layer 2.5 Marking MPLS Experimental Bits
26.8 Mapping QoS Marking Between OSI Layers
26.9 Layer 7 Classification NBAR
26.10 Policers and Shapers-1
26.10 Policers and Shapers-2
26.11 Token Bucket Algorithms
26.12 Policing Tools Single-Rate, Three-Color Marker
26.13 Policing Tools Two-Rate, Three-Color Marker
26.14 Queuing Tools Overview
26.15 Queuing Tools Tx Ring
26.16 Queuing Tools Fair Queuing
26.17 Queuing Tools CBWFQ
26.18 Queuing Tools LLQ
26.19 Dropping Tools DSCP-Based WRED-1
26.19 Dropping Tools DSCP-Based WRED-2
26.20 Dropping Tools IP ECN
27.1 Introduction
27.2 Classification and Marking Design Principles
27.3 Policing and Re-Marking Design Principles
27.4 Queuing Design Principles
27.5 Dropping Design Principles
27.6 PHB Queue Design Principles
27.7 RFC 4594 QoS Recommendations
27.8 QoS Strategy Models
27.9 Four-Class QoS Strategy
27.10 Eight-Class QoS Strategy
27.11 Twelve-Class QoS Strategy
28.1 Introduction
28.10 EtherChannel QoS Design
28.11 Example Campus QoS Design-1
28.11 Example Campus QoS Design-2
28.11 Example Campus QoS Design-3
28.2 Why Do We Need QoS in a Campus
28.3 VoIP vs. Video
28.4 Buffers and Bursts
28.5 Trust States and Boundaries
28.6 Trust States and Boundaries Example
28.7 Dynamic Trust State
28.8 Classification, Marking, and Policing QoS Model
28.9 Queuing and Dropping Recommendations
29.1 Introduction
29.2 Need for QoS in the Data Center
29.3 Example High-Performance Trading Architecture
29.4 Example Big Data Architecture
29.5 Example Virtualized Multiservice Architectures
29.6 Data Center Bridging Tools
29.7 Example QoS in the Data Center
30.1 Introduction
30.2 Need for QoS in WAN and Branch
30.3 Platform Performance Considerations
30.4 Latency and Jitter Considerations
30.5 Queuing Considerations
30.6 Example WAN and Branch QoS
31.1 Introduction
31.2 Need for QoS in MPLS VPN
31.3 Layer 2 Private WAN QoS Administration
31.4 Designing QoS for the MPLS VPN
31.5 MPLS DiffServ Tunneling Modes-1
31.5 MPLS DiffServ Tunneling Modes-2
31.5 MPLS DiffServ Tunneling Modes-3
31.5 MPLS DiffServ Tunneling Modes-4
31.6 Example MPLS VPN QoS Roles
32.1 Introduction
32.2 Need for QoS in IPsec VPN
32.3 VPN Use Cases and Their QoS Models
32.4 IPsec Refresher-2
32.4 IPsec Refresher-3
32.4 IPsec Refresher
32.5 Encryption and Classification Order of Operations in Cisco IOS Software
32.6 MTU Considerations
32.7 DMVPN QoS Considerations
32.8 GET VPN QoS Considerations
34.1 Introduction
34.2 Why Use IPv6
34.3 IPv6 Phased Approach
34.4 IPv6 Phased Approach Business and Network Discovery Phase
34.5 IPv6 Phased Approach Assessment
34.6 IPv6 Phased Approach Planning and Design
34.7 IPv6 Phased Approach Implementation and Optimization-1
34.7 IPv6 Phased Approach Implementation and Optimization
34.8 First Steps Toward IPv6
34.9 Provider Independent vs Provider Assigned
34.10 Where to Start the Migration
34.11 IPv6 Islands
34.12 IPv6 WAN-1
34.12 IPv6 WAN-2
34.13 Transition Mechanisms
34.14 NAT64 and DNS64
34.15 Manual Tunnels
34.16 Tunnel Brokers
34.17 6 Rapid Deployment
34.18 DS-Lite
34.19 Locator ID Separation Protocol
34.20 Dual Stack
35.1 Introduction
35.2 IPv6 Services
35.3 Link Layer Security Considerations
35.4 Application Support
35.5 Application Adaptation
35.6 Application Workarounds
35.7 Control Plane Security
35.8 Dual-Stack Security Considerations
35.9 Tunneling Security Considerations
35.10 Multihoming
37.1 Introduction
37.2 How Does IP Multicast Work
37.3 Multicast Group
37.4 IP Multicast Service Model
37.5 Functions of a Multicast Network
37.6 Multicast Protocols
37.7 Multicast Forwarding and RPF Check
37.8 Case Study RPF Check Fails and Succeeds
37.9 Multicast Protocol Basics-1
37.9 Multicast Protocol Basics-2
37.9 Multicast Protocol Basics-3
37.10 Multicast Distribution Trees Identification
38.1 Introduction
38.2 PIM-SM Overview
38.3 Receiver Joins PIM-SM Shared Tree
38.4 Source Is Registered to RP
38.5 PIM-SM SPT Switchover
38.6 Multicast Routing Table
38.7 Basic SSM Concepts
38.8 SSM Scenario
38.9 Bidirectional PIM
38.10 PIM Modifications for Bidirectional Operation
38.11 DF Election
38.12 DF Election Messages
38.13 Case Study DF Election
39.1 Introduction
39.2 Rendezvous Point Discovery
39.3 Rendezvous Point Placement
39.4 Auto-RP
39.5 Auto-RP Candidate RPs
39.6 Auto-RP Mapping Agents
39.7 Auto-RP Mapping Agents
39.8 Case Study Auto-RP Operation-1
39.8 Case Study Auto-RP Operation-2
39.9 Auto-RP Scope Problem
39.10 PIMv2 BSR
39.11 PIMv2 BSR-Candidate RPs
39.12 PIMv2 BSR-Bootstrap Router
39.13 PIMv2 BSR-All PIMv2 Routers
39.14 BSR Flooding Problem
39.15 IPv6-Embedded Rendezvous Points
39.16 Anycast RP Features
39.17 Anycast RP Example
39.18 MSDP Protocol Overview
39.19 Using Rendezvous Point Distribution Solutions
39.20 Case Study MSDP Operation-2
39.20 Case Study MSDP Operation
40.1 Introduction
40.2 Multicast Security Challenges
40.3 Problems in the Multicast Network
40.4 Multicast Network Security
40.5 Network Element Security
40.6 Security at the Network Edge
40.7 Securing Auto-RP and BSR
40.8 Internal Multicast Security
40.9 Sender Control
40.10 Receiver Control
40.11 Admission Control
40.12 MSDP Security

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