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The Cisco 642-832 exam is one of the three required exams for the Cisco CCNP Certification. Passing this exam in conjunction with the ROUTE and SWITCH exams will earn you the CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) certification, which is an excellent validation that you are knowledgable about the most current Cisco software and best practices. This course will teach you the basics of troubleshooting and walk you through several scenarios to put these methods to the test. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.
Welcome into the exam prep course for the Cisco TSHOOT 642-832 exam. The TSHOOT exam is one of three exams that is in the Cisco Route and Switch CCNP track. The other two being of course the ROUTE and the SWITCH exams. This of course is the course overview video and in this video we are going to discuss the topics that we're going to cover over the course of the next few hours in this course. Doing this will not only give you a good overview of what we're going to cover but will also get you in the proper frame of mind to prepare for the Cisco TSHOOT exam. And speaking of which that is the first thing that we're going to cover. We're going to give you an overview of the Cisco TSHOOT exam and how it's different from the other two CCNP exams. With the other two CCNP exams are more knowledge based, you get questions and here's your multiple choice answers and you get a few simulations. The TSHOOT exam kind of flips that on it's head where you get a few questions about troubleshooting methodologies and Command Line Tools and then they just give you simulations. And expect you to be able to fix a broken network in these simulations. And we'll go over how that works and discuss some of the other differences between the TSHOOT exam and the rest of the CCNP exams. We'll then step you through the troubleshooting process. Tell you the various different ways you can go about determining what the actual issue is and then we'll move onto some of the troubleshooting tools. Whether they're tools that are built into the router or tools that are external tools that watch the network for you, we'll go over how they all work together. Those tools will include obviously the CLI of the router. We also talk about SNMP and Syslogs and how they can work together to give you a good view of what's going on across your network. We'll talk about traffic monitoring and traffic capture and how you'd go about doing that both on a stand-alone and in a distributed environment. And we'll talk about configuration archiving. And how having back-ups of configurations can really cut down on your troubleshooting time dramatically. Next we'll move onto VLAN and Spanning Tree Protocol troubleshooting. We'll then move onto First Hop Redundancy Protocol troubleshooting specifically HSRP since that is the only Cisco specific First Hope Redundancy Protocol that's really covered on the CCNP TSHOOT exam. We'll then move onto EIGRP Protocol troubleshooting. And of course you can't have EIGRP troubleshooting without OSPF troubleshooting. And when we talk about OSPF troubleshooting we'll also mention route redistribution and how that can sometimes cause the network to go all awry. We'll then move up from internal routing protocols and talk about BGP and how you would go about troubleshooting BGP. We'll then move onto device security and we'll talk about the three areas which you need to secure your Cisco devices. The Management Plane or how you access the device for CLI or HTTP access. The Control Plane and the Control Plane is the, the goo if you will that holds the network together that Spanning Tree and all your various routing protocols and so on and so forth. And then of course the Data Plane which is where all the data flows and how you would keep subnets from seeing one another and how you would troubleshoot NAT issues and other routing issues for the data itself. We'll then end up with a discussion of IPv6 and even though IPv6 is not a huge topic in the CCNP TSHOOT exam, it does help to know how an IPv6 address is set up and how the various IPv6 routing protocols work. And that's what we'll cover in the IPv6 section. And that concludes our course overview.
- Course: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (Exam 642-832 TSHOOT)
- Author: Greg Dickinson
- SKU: 34355
- ISBN: 978-1-61866-056-5
- Work Files: Yes
- Captions: No
- Subject: Certification
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