Cisco CCNP Semester 7 - Multilayer Switching - Las Positas College

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Las Positas College

3033 Collier Canyon Road

Livermore, CA 94551
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7650

(925) 373
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(925) 443
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Course Outline for Computer Networking Technology 65

CISCO CCNP Semester 7

Multilayer Switching


I.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

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CISCO CCNP SEMESTER

7 MULTILAYER SWITCHI
NG



4 units


This is one of the four courses in the Certified Cisco Network Professional (CCNP)
curriculum. This course is designed to provide students a combination of both lectures and
laboratory experience in current and emerging

networking technology. This will prepare them
for the Cisco Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) exam: Building Cisco Multilayer
Switching Networks. Instruction includes both routing and switching concepts, covering both
Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologi
es. This course includes topics in LAN design, media types,
VLANs, VLAN Trunking Protocol, ISL, 802.1Q, Spanning Tree, Inter
-
VLAN routing, Mulitlayer
Switching, Flow Masks, HSRP, Multicasting, IGMP, and CGMP. Recommend students take
courses in order and o
nly one CCNP course at a time. Prerequisite: Computer Networking
Technology 62 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or have a CCNA certificate. 3 hours
lecture, 3 hours laboratory.


II.

NUMBER OF TIMES COURSE MAY BE TAKEN FOR CREDIT:

Two


III.

PREREQUISITE A
ND/OR ADVISORY SKILLS:

Before entering the course the student should be able to:


A.

demonstrate the use of Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD)
applications to collision detection;

B.

demonstrate segmenting with LAN switches;

C.

determine the e
ffects of a switch on propagation delay and distance;

D.

describe the difference between half
-
duplex and full
-
duplex communication;

E.

compare and contrast store and forward and cut
-
through switching methods;

F.

describe the advantages of using a VLAN;

G.

set up a VLA
N;

H.

describe a VLAN implementation plan;

I.

configure IGRP protocol;

J.

perform a multiprotocol routing;

K.

compare and contrast the various classes of routing protocols including distance
vector, hybrid, and link state;

L.

create an access list that illustrates each o
f the following: configuration commands,
global statements, and interface commands;

M.

describe the process of determining IPX addresses;

N.

describe the use of WANs;

O.

describe the use of PPP and ISDN communication:

P.

configure Frame relay on a router interface.;


IV.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES FOR STUDENTS:

Upon completion of the course the student should be able to:



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CISCO CCNP
Semester 7 MULTILAYER SWITCHING

A.

build a campus network

B.

define common workgroups

C.

manage redundant links

D.

perform InterVLAN routing

E.

manage network traffic

F.

configure HSRP for a fault
-
tolerant r
outing

G.

configure IP multicast

H.

control access to the campus


V.

CONTENT:

A.

Overview of the Campus Network and Design Model

1.

Over view of a campus network

2.

Key characteristics of various switching technologies

3.

LAN switching and hierarchical model of network desig
n

4.

Building
-
block approach

B.

LAN Media

1.

Legacy media types

2.

Fast Ethernet

3.

Gigabit Ethernet

4.

Determining bandwidth needs

C.

Configuring the switch

1.

initial connectivity to the switch

2.

Basic configuration of the switch

3.

Important IOS features

D.

Introduction to V
-
LANS

1.

V
-
LAN basics

2.

V
-
LAN types

3.

Configuring V
-
LANS

4.

V
-
LAN identification

5.

Trunking

6.

V
-
LAN trunking protocol (VTP)

7.

VTP configuration

8.

VTP pruning

E.

Spanning tree protocol (STP) and redundant links

1.

Basic STP operations

2.

STP processes

3.

V
-
LANS and STP

4.

STP in the campus network

5.

Redundant links

F.

Routing between V
-
LANS

1.

V
-
LAN issues

2.

Route switch modules

3.

External routers

G.

Multilayer switching

1.

MLS processes

2.

Basic MLS configuration

3.

Flow mask

4.

MLS on the switch

H.

Hot standby routing protocol (HSRP)

1.

HSRP overview

2.

HSRP configuration

I.

Multicast
ing

1.

Multicasting overview

2.

IGMP

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Semester 7 MULTILAYER SWITCHING

3.

Routing multicast traffic

4.

Multicast routing protocols

5.

Configure IP multicast routing

6.

Optional IP multicast task

J.

Restricting network access

1.

Policy overview

2.

Basic security

3.

Policy configuration


VI.

METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

A.

Lecture


demonstration

B.

Discussion

C.

Lab


VII.

TYPICAL ASSIGNMENTS:

A.

Reading:

1.

Read on
-
line curriculum chapter 3. Discuss switch configuration options

B.

Demonstration:

1.

Configure switch.


VIII.

EVALUATION:

A.

Methods

1.

Quizzes

weekly

a.

Typical questions

1.

What is the default trunki
ng protocol for CISCO switches?

B.

Individual demonstrations

1.

Configure a 2900 switch with multiple VLANs.

C.

Final Exam


IX.

TYPICAL TEXTS:

A.

Cisco Academy on
-
line curriculum.

B.

CCNP Cisco Networking Academy Program: Semester Seven Companion Guide
,
Cisco Press, 2000 or
later.


X.

OTHER MATERIALS REQUIRED OF STUDENTS:

None


Creation Date:

10/16/01

Revision Date:



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