Building Cisco® Remote Access Networks (BCRAN) |
The CCNP® is the second of three modules in the CCIE® track. BCRAN v 2.1(exam 640-605) is the third of four sub-modules in the CCNP® portion in the CCIE® track. Course pre-requisites include basic knowledge of network support demonstrated with a valid CCNA® certification or comparable experience.*
* Valid CCNA® certification is required prior to attempting all CCNP® exams.
You will learn and be familiar with:
- Asynchronous Connections
- Point-to-Point Protocol
- Using Microsoft Windows
- Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
- Cisco 700 Series
- X.25 and LAPB
- Frame Relay
- Queuing and Compression
- Network Address Translation(NAT) and Port Address Translation(PAT)
- Centralized Security in Remote Access Networks
All instructors are certified.
All texts and in-class materials are included.
Labs containing all relevant Cisco® routers and equipment**
All texts and class materials included
**Equipment subject to change according to instructor discretion.
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