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CertificationKits CCNP ENCOR 350-401 Boot Camp & Theory eBook

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CertificationKits CCNP ENCOR 350-401 Boot Camp & Theory eBook

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We are pleased to announce our new CertificationKits CCNP ENCORE 350-401 Boot Camp & Theory eBook!  We know you will love our latest revision to our CCNP study guide that has been built upon through two decades of being an exceptional tool in the success of Cisco certification candidates.  The CertificationKits CCNP ENCOR 350-401 Boot Camp & Theory eBook totals 999 pages of easy to read and understand content!  

We have worked in collaboration with CCIEs and actual Cisco Netacad professors to ensure that we have the strongest match of knowledge meeting hands on experience with students.  This was written by authors who not only know how to unlock students' capability to learn, but also know what it takes to beat that test!  This CCNP study guide is 999 pages of power packed information written in an easy to understand format that maximizes your time and understanding!  It not only follows the format of the new CCNP curriculum, but also works as a perfect companion to the Cisco Press CCNP ENCOR Lab Workbook.

With the latest revision of the CCNP curriculum, Cisco removed the prerequisite of having to hold a CCNA before you can take the CCNP.  So, if you have some experience and are confident in your networking knowledge, you could use this as a starting point and go straight to taking the CCNP ENCOR exam!  Once you complete CCNP ENCOR, you can move on to CCNP ENARSI to complete your CCNP Enterprise certification.  CCNP ENCOR also serves as the core requirements for CCIE Enterprise.

With this release, we even took things a step further by upgrading to our new awesome eBook reader through LockLizard.  This is the same engine that Cisco actually uses to protect and distribute their corporate documents.  This makes it extra cool because it is a format you will see in the field as a working network engineer.  This new ebook reader works on multiple platforms such as PC, MAC, IOS, Android, etc.  We include 2 activations with each purchase so you can install it on a desktop AND a mobile device, for example.  On top of that you can highlight, make notes and work directly with your document.

Please feel free to check out a demo of the first chapter of this our CCNA Theory eBook.  This will give you a good feel for the new reader and format of our theory eBooks:

1.  Download and install the LockLizard viewer for your IOS and device type from this link:  LockLizard Viewer

2.  Download and install the License file for the eBook:  License File 

(If you don't see it open, the window for the license file may pop-up behind your active windows)

3,  Download and open the .Pdc eBook file: eBook File

The download and install is very straightforward and simple, but if you get stuck, please click here for a help guide on opening your eBook demo or official purchase.  Upon purchase a unique license file and a .pdc file will be emailed to you,

 

Table of Contents:

Section 1: Switching

Chapter 1: VLANs & Trunking

VLAN Introduction

Trunking

Switch Port DTP Modes

Inter-VLAN Routing

VTP

Chapter 1: Questions

CHAPTER 1 RECOMMENDED LABS

Chapter 2: Spanning Tree Protocol

Spanning Tree & L2 Loops

STP Topology - Root Election

STP Topology - Designated Port Election

STP Port States

Traditional Spanning Tree Types

Chapter 2: Questions

CHAPTER 2 RECOMMENDED LAB

Chapter 3: Advanced Spanning Tree Protocol

STP Upgrades & Features

BPDU Guard

UDLD

Spanning Tree Configuration

BPDU Filtering Configuration

Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)

Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MST)

Chapter 3: Questions

CHAPTER 3 RECOMMENDED LAB

Chapter 4: EtherChannel

Introduction

EtherChannel Load Balancing

EtherChannel Negotiation Protocols

Chapter 4: Questions

CHAPTER 4 RECOMMENDED LAB

Section 2: Routing

Chapter 5: Routing Overview

IPv4 Explained

IP Routing

Routing Types

Static Route Types

Chapter 5: Questions

CHAPTER 5 RECOMMENDED LAB

Chapter 6: EIGRP

EIGRP Introduction

EIGRP DUAL

EIGRP Metric (K-Values)

Choosing Routes (cont.)

EIGRP Route Table

EIGRP load balancing

EIGRP Variance

EIGRP Reliability

Chapter 2: Questions

Chapter 7: OSPF

OSPF - Overview

OSPF Areas Concept

OSPF Terminology

OSPF DR and BDR Concept

Router ID (RID)

Types of OSPF Routers

Planning for OSPF

Configuring Single Area OSPF

OSPF Packet Types

OSPF Operational States

Link State Advertisements

Multiple Area OSPF

Summarizing Routes

Chapter 7: Questions

Chapter 8: Introduction to IPv6

IPv4 Concerns

IPv6 Header

IPv6 Address Structure

IPv6 Address Scope Types

IPv6 Unicast Addressing

IPv6 Multicast

IPv6 Anycast

Other IPv6 features

IPv6 Routing Protocol Considerations

Chapter 8: Questions

Chapter 9: BGP

BGP Basics

BGP Databases

BGP Routing Process

Activating BGP on a Router

Injecting Routes into BGP

BGP Split Horizon

Route Synchronization

BGP Summarization

BGP Verification Commands

BGP Neighbor states

Simple BGP Example

BGP Attributes

Path Selection

AS-PATH

Next Hop Attribute

Mutli Exit Discriminator

Local Preference

WEIGHT

Chapter 9: Questions

Section 3: IP Services

Chapter 10: Foundation Topics

Time Synchronization

Network Time Protocol

Chapter 10: Questions

Chapter 11: Network Address Translation (NAT)

NAT Overview

Static NAT

Dynamic NAT

PAT

Chapter 11: Questions

Chapter 12: First Hop Redundancy Protocols

Introduction

HSRP

HSRP States

More HSRP parameters

VRRP

Gateway Load Balancing Protocol

Cisco NSF with SSO

Cisco StackWise

Chapter 12: Questions

CHAPTER 12 RECOMMENDED LAB

Chapter 13: IP Multicasting

Fundamentals

Multicast Advantages

Multicast IP Addresses

Protocols Used for Multicasting

Internet Group Management Protocol

Multicast Routing Protocols

Protocol-Independent Multicast (PIM)

Dense Mode

Sparse Mode

Rendezvous Point – RP

Chapter 13: Questions

Chapter 14: QoS

QoS - Introduction

Parameters for Quality of Service

Putting Quality of Service into Practice

QoS mechanisms

Tools for Quality of Service

QoS Traffic Policing Explained

Chapter 14: Questions

Section 4:Security

Chapter 15: Device Access Control & Security Devices 

Telnet

SSH

Securing Management Access

Authentication

Authorization

Accounting

802.1x Port-Based Authentication

Zone Based Firewall

Cisco IOS Firewall

Chapter 15: Questions

Chapter 16: VPN

VPN

VPN -Types

VPN- Logical Topologies

GRE - Site to Site Tunnels

Dynamic Multi Point VPN

DMVPN – Protocols

IPSec

IPSec Security Services

IPSec - Modes

Chapter 16: Questions

Chapter 17: ACL

Introduction

Standard ACL

Extended ACL

Named ACL

Rules for Using the Access List

Creating IP Access Lists: Some Pointers

Benefits of IP Access Lists

Chapter 17: Questions

Section 5: Wireless

Chapter 18: Wireless Infrastructure

Introduction

Wireless LAN

SOHO WLAN

Enterprise WLAN

Coverage of Wireless Antennas

Chapter 18: Questions

Chapter 19: Authenticating Wireless Clients

Wireless Authentication Methods

1.    Open Authentication

2.    WEP

3.    EAP

Chapter 19: Questions

Section 6: Architecture

Chapter 20: Enterprise Network Architecture

Cisco Hierarchical Network Design Model

Collapsed Core Approach

Campus Flow Classification

Chapter 20: Questions

Chapter 21: Fabric Technologies

SD-Access

SD-Access Network layer

SD-Access Network Underlay

SD-Access Fabric Overlay

SD-WAN

vManage

vBond

vSmart

vEdge

Chapter 21: Questions

Chapter 22: Network Assurance

Network Troubleshooting Tools

NetFlow

SPAN and RSPAN

IP SLA

Cisco DNA

NETCONF and RESTCONF

Chapter 22: Questions

Section 7: SDN

Chapter 23: Virtualization

Cloud Computing (Overview)

Virtualization (Overview)

Server Virtualization

Hypervisors

Advantages of Virtualization

Containers

Virtual Switches

The Complexity of Network Virtualization

Chapter 23: Questions

Chapter 24: Network Programmability

Introduction to Python

JSON Data Format

YAML Data Format

XML Data Format

APIs – Introduction

Intro to REST API

URI, URN, and URL

Chapter 24: Questions