Course Features Overview

Trainonic Cisco CCNP Switch 300-115 : Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks online training provides comprehensive knowledge and skills required for configuring and implementing Switching Solutions. The course covers highly secure integration of VLANs and WLANs. It is the perfect preparation for CCNP 300-115 Switch Certification exam.

  • Course Designed by Industry Experts & Certified Trainers

  • 100 % Practical Oriented Courses

  • 170+ Videos with Extensive Lab Demonstrations

  • 20+ Hours of Training

  • Life Time Access to Video Lectures

  • 100+ Online Practice Questions

  • Access to Trainonic Networking Professionals Community

  • Trainonic Certificate on Course Completion

  • Why should you take this course?

    Take this course to gain advanced skills for implementing CCNP Switch solutions. Thorough preparation for CCNP SWITCH 300-115 Certification Exam.

  • What will you learn in this course?

    You will learn, Cisco CDA Model, Switch Operation, Switch Port Configuration, VLans & Trunks, Traditional & Advanced Spanning Tree protocol, Multi Layer Switching, Advanced DHCP Configuration, Managing Switches with SNMP, Securing Switch Access, Securing VLANS, Preventing Spoofing Attacks, Managing Switch Users, Monitoring Performance with IP SLA.

  • Who should take this course?

    Network Engineers, Network Admins, Network Support Engineers, CCNP Aspirants

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Enterprise Campus Network Design

  • 3

    Switch Operation

  • 4

    Switch Port Configuration

    • How To Configure Switch Ports as Access Ports or Trunk Ports

    • How To Use Interface Range Command

    • How To Use Macro Command

    • How To Configure Description on Switch Interface

    • How To Configure Switch Ports Speed

    • How To Configure Switch Ports Duplex

    • How To Configure Error Disable Command

    • How To Enable and Disable Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

    • How To Enable and Disable Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)

  • 5

    Fundamentals of Switching

    • Switching and its Functions Introduction

    • Switching Methods Introduction

    • MAC Addresses Types Introduction

    • Broadcast Domain Introduction

    • Collision Domain Introduction

    • CSMA/CD Introduction

  • 6

    VLANs and Trunks

    • VLAN Introduction

    • Static VLAN Introduction

    • Dynamic VLAN Introduction

    • VLAN Tagging Introduction

    • ISL Introduction

    • 802.1q Introduction

    • Inter-Vlan Routing Lab Via Router on a Stick

    • Inter-Vlan Routing Lab Via SVI

  • 7

    VLAN Trunking Protocol

    • VTP Introduction

    • VTP Server Mode Introduction

    • VTP Client Mode Introduction

    • VTP Transparent Mode Introduction

    • Default VTP Configuration Introduction

    • VTP Working Introduction

    • VTP Working Requirements and Versions Introduction

    • VTP Messages Introduction

    • VTP Prunning Introduction

    • DTP Introduction

    • Native VLAN Introduction

    • VTP Lab

  • 8

    Traditional Spanning Tree Protocol

    • STP Root Bridge Requirements Introduction

    • STP Tasks Introduction

    • STP BPDU and Types Introduction

    • STP Cost Introduction

    • STP Root Bridge Requirements Introduction

    • STP Root Bridge Election Process Introduction

    • STP DP and RP Requirements and Election Introduction

    • STP Timers Introduction

    • STP Port States Introduction

    • STP Topology Changes Introduction

    • STP Portfast Introduction

    • STP Uplinkfast Introduction

    • STP Backbonefast Introduction

  • 9

    Spanning-Tree Configuration

    • STP Lab

    • STP Portfast Lab

    • STP Uplinkfast Lab

    • STP Backbonefast Lab

  • 10

    Protecting the Spanning Tree Protocol Topology

    • STP Root Guard Introduction

    • STP Root Guard Lab

    • STP Loop Guard Introduction

    • STP Loop Guard Lab

    • STP BPDU Guard Introduction

    • STP BPDU Guard Lab

    • STP BPDU Filter Introduction

    • STP BPDU Filter Lab

    • STP UDLD Introduction

    • STP UDLD Lab

  • 11

    Advanced Spanning Tree Protocol

    • RSTP Introduction

    • Difference Between STP and RSTP Ports States

    • RSTP Convergence Process Steps Introduction

    • RSTP Ports Types Introduction

    • STP Protocols Types Introduction

    • Something About Multiple Spanning Tree

    • Something More About Multiple Spanning Tree

    • Rapid PVST+ Configuration Lab

    • MST Configuration Lab

  • 12

    Aggregating Switch Links

    • Ether-Channel Introduction

    • XOR Gate Introduction

    • Something More About Ether Channel Loadbalancing

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With SRC-MAC

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With DST-MAC

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With SRC-DST-MAC

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With SRC-IP

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With DST-IP

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With SRC-DST-IP

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With SRC-Port

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With DST-Port

    • Ether-Channel Load Balancing With SRC-DST-Port

    • Layer 3 Ether-Channel Configuration Lab

  • 13

    Multilayer Switching

    • Multilayer Switching (MLS) Introduction

    • First Generation MLS Introduction

    • Second Generation MLS Introduction

    • MLS Switch Tables

    • What is Forwarding Information Base (FIB) and Its Components

    • What is Packet Re-writer

  • 14

    Configuring DHCP

    • DHCP Introduction

    • DHCP Relay Agent Introduction

    • Cisco Router As DHCP Server Configuration Lab

    • Cisco Router As DHCP Relay Agent Configuration Lab

    • Cisco Swicth As DHCP Server Configuration Lab

    • Cisco Switch As DHCP Relay Agent Configuration Lab

  • 15

    Advance DHCP Configuration

    • Cisco ASA As DHCP Server Configuration Lab

    • Cisco ASA As DHCP Relay Agent Configuration Lab

  • 16

    Logging Switch Activity

    • NTP Introduction

    • NTP Without Authentication Configuration Lab

    • NTP With Authentication Configuration Lab

  • 17

    Layer 3 Availability

    • VRRP Introduction

    • VRRP Lab

    • What is The Need of First Hop Redundency

    • HSRP Introduction

    • GLBP Introduction

    • GLBP Lab Initial Configuration

    • GLBP Lab

    • HSRP Lab

    • Load balancing with HSRP Lab

    • HSRP Authentication Lab

    • Load balancing with VRRP Lab

    • VRRP Authentication Lab

    • GLBP Authentication Lab

  • 18

    Managing Switches with SNMP

    • SNMP Introduction

    • SNMPv1 Configuration Lab

    • SNMPv2 Configuration Lab

    • SNMPv3 Configuration Lab

  • 19

    Using Port Mirroring to Monitor Traffic

    • SPAN and RSPAN Introduction

    • SPAN Lab

    • RSPAN

  • 20

    Securing Switch Access

    • Layer 2 Security Port Security

    • Layer 2 Security Port Security Lab

    • Layer 2 Security Protected Port

    • Layer 2 Security Protected Port Lab

    • How to Install Microsoft Server 2008 on VMware Workstation

    • Active Directory Installation on Microsoft Server 2008

    • Certificate Authority Installation Microsoft Server 2008

    • Layer 2 Security MAB

    • Layer 2 Security MAB Configuration Lab

    • Layer 2 Security MAB Verification Lab

    • Layer 2 Security 802.1x Verification Lab

    • Layer 2 Security 802.1x Configuration Lab

    • Layer 2 Security 802.1x

    • Layer 2 Security Dynamic VLAN

    • Layer 2 Security Dynamic VLAN Configuration Lab

    • Layer 2 Security Dynamic VLAN Verification Lab

  • 21

    Securing VLANs

    • Layer 2 Security VLAN ACL

    • Layer 2 Security VLAN ACL Lab

    • Layer 2 Security Private VLAN Lab

    • Layer 2 Security Private VLAN

    • Layer 2 Security Proxy Attack

    • Layer 2 Security Proxy Attack Lab

    • Layer 2 Security VLAN Hopping

    • Layer 2 Security VLAN Hopping Lab

  • 22

    Preventing Spoofing Attacks

    • Layer 2 Security Rough DHCP Attack and DHCP Snooping Introduction

    • Layer 2 Security Rough DHCP Attack and DHCP Snooping Lab

    • Layer 2 Security DHCP Starvation

    • Layer 2 Security DHCP Starvation Lab

    • Layer 2 Security IP Spoofing or IP Source Guard Introduction

    • Layer 2 Security IP Spoofing or IP Source Guard Lab

    • Layer 2 Security Man-in-Middle Attack

    • Layer 2 Security Dynamic ARP Inspection

    • Layer 2 Security Dynamic ARP Inspection Lab

    • Layer 2 Security CAM Table Overflow

    • Layer 2 Security CAM Table Overflow Lab

    • Layer 2 Security MAC Spoofing

    • Layer 2 Security MAC Spoofing Lab

  • 23

    Managing Switch Users

    • AAA Introduction

    • AAA Lab

  • 24

    Monitoring Performance with IP SLA

    • Policy Base Routing and SLA Introduction

    • Policy Base Routing and SLA Lab

Instructor(s)

CCIE Security #37094

Baldev Singh

Baldev Singh is highly experienced, subject matter expert in the Network Security Domain. He is a very well-known Senior Technical Instructor and Corporate Trainer. His training specializations are- Cisco ASA Firewalls, VPN Technologies, Identity Services Engine (ISE), Web Security Applications, Access Point, Wireless LAN Controller & Intrusion Prevention System, Fortinet Firewalls.

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