Nov
13

The CCNP Workbook accompanying the CCNP Bootcamp Class-on-Demand has been updated. Current customers can access the new updates by visiting the IE Member’s Site. The workbook now includes the following topics:


1.1 VLANs
1.2 Access Ports
1.3 ISL Trunk Ports
1.4 802.1Q Trunk Ports
1.5 Controlling Traffic over Trunk Ports
1.6 VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)
1.7 VTP Pruning
1.8 VTP Transparent Mode
1.9 Spanning-Tree Protocol
1.10 Rapid PVST+
1.11 Multiple Spanning-Tree Protocol
1.12 Spanning-Tree Protocol Features
1.13 EtherChannel
1.14 Inter-VLAN Routing
1.15 Port Security
1.16 802.1X Authentication
1.17 VLAN Access Lists
1.18 DHCP Snooping & DAI
1.19 Private VLANs
1.20 HSRP
1.21 VRRP
1.22 GLBP
2.1 Basic EIGRP
2.2 EIGRP Security
2.3 EIGRP Convergence Optimization
2.4 EIGRP Load Balancing
2.5 EIGRP Summarization
2.6 EIGRP Default Routing
2.7 EIGRP Stub Routing
3.1 Single Area OSPF
3.2 Multi-Area OSPF
3.3 OSPF Optimization
3.4 OSPF Security
3.5 OSPF Redundancy
3.6 OSPF Path Selection
3.7 OSPF Summarization
3.8 OSPF Stub Areas
4.1 Level-2 IS-IS
4.2 Level-1 IS-IS
4.3 IS-IS Optimization
4.4 IS-IS Security
4.5 IS-IS Path Selection
4.6 IS-IS Summarization
5.1 iBGP Peerings
5.2 EBGP Peerings
5.3 BGP NLRI Advertisements
5.4 BGP Aggregation
5.5 Outbound BGP Path Selection
5.6 Inbound BGP Path Selection
6.1 PIM
6.2 Multicast Testing
7.1 IPv6 Addressing
7.2 IPv6 OSPFv3 Routing
8.1 Site-to-Site VPN
8.2 Site-to-Site GRE over IPsec VPN
8.3 Easy VPN
8.4 One-Step Lockdown
8.5 IOS Firewall
9.1 Layer 2 AutoQoS
9.2 Layer 3 AutoQoS

Good luck in your continued preparation!

About Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593, CCDE #2013::13:

Brian McGahan was one of the youngest engineers in the world to obtain the CCIE, having achieved his first CCIE in Routing & Switching at the age of 20 in 2002. Brian has been teaching and developing CCIE training courses for over 10 years, and has assisted thousands of engineers in obtaining their CCIE certification. When not teaching or developing new products Brian consults with large ISPs and enterprise customers in the midwest region of the United States.

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10 Responses to “CCNP Workbook Updates!”

 
  1. Haresh Parikh says:

    Excellent Job Brian, you are the best person have in depth knowledge and great teaching skill.

  2. JIBhatia says:

    When will the workbook be updated for ISCW?

  3. The ISCW section is included in the workbook with more updates coming.

  4. Tony says:

    What about the ONT section of the Lab workbook?

  5. Tony says:

    Also, Why are there only 3 topics covered in the ISCW lab, what about MPLS VRF instances ?

  6. Deepak Arora says:

    How about ONT QOS & Voice Part ?

  7. FrozenEyes says:

    is there MPLS section in the workbook ??

  8. MPLS VPNs are not part of the scope. “Configure and verify Frame-Mode MPLS” in the blueprint simply means the one command “mpls ip” at the interface level. Watch the videos in the MPLS section and you’ll see what I mean by this. The MPLS VPN videos are a bonus to show what the real scope of MPLS is.

    For the QoS portion, since only SDM configs are covered, it’s basically just 2 or 3 screens to click through. This is already covered in the videos for those sections, but I’ll add it into the workbook anyways.

    Remember that the vast majority of the CCNP exams are theory based, not implementation based like the CCIE track. If you want more configuration examples to go through, I would recommend the Cisco IOS Cookbook, Second Edition (http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596527228) and our CCIE Routing & Switching Lab Workbook Volume I (http://www.internetworkexpert.com/ccie-workbook-routing-switching-advanced-tech-labs.htm)

  9. More updates have been added to the ISCW and ONT sections.

  10. Rizzo says:

    @ Brian McGahan

    Great work
    I think INE CCNP Workbook is far better and very much focused to real world issues.

    Yes, I do agree with you on INE R&S Vol-1 WB. If some really need to learn hardcore stuff then why not go for it.

 

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