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Cisco 300-135: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT)

Course Description

26.07 Hours

62 Videos

Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT 300-135) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification. The TSHOOT 300-135 exam certifies that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills necessary to: Plan and perform regular maintenance on complex enterprise routed and switched networks Use technology-based practices and a systematic ITIL-compliant approach to perform network troubleshooting

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction to Cisco Troubleshooting

  1. Introduction
  2. Troubleshooting And Maintenance
  3. IOS Troubleshooting Commands
  4. Remote Data Gathering
  5. Introduction To Graphical Troubleshooting Tools And Review

Module 2: Troubleshooting Switches

  1. Troubleshoot Catalyst Switches
  2. Troubleshoot TCAM

Module 3: Troubleshooting VLANS and Trunking

  1. Troubleshooting VLANs And Trunking-Part1
  2. Troubleshooting VLANs And Trunking-Part2
  3. Troubleshooting VLANs And Trunking-Part3
  4. Trouble Ticket 1 VLANS

Module 4: Troubleshooting Spanning Tree Protocol, EtherChannel

  1. Spanning Tree Protocol
  2. STP Port Configuration
  3. Ether Channel
  4. Trouble Ticket 2-Trunking

Module 5: Troubleshooting Inter­VLAN Routing and Layer 3 EtherChannel

  1. Troubleshooting Inter-VLAN Routing
  2. Troubleshooting Layer 3 Ether Channel

Module 6: Troubleshooting Switch Security Features

  1. Troubleshoot Switch Security-Part1
  2. Troubleshoot Switch Security-Part2
  3. Trouble Ticket 3-Switch Security-Part1
  4. Trouble Ticket 3-Switch Security-Part2

Module 7: Troubleshooting First­Hop Redundancy Protocols

  1. HSRP
  2. VRRP
  3. Questions
  4. Trouble Ticket 4

Module 8: Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv4 Addressing

  1. IPv4 Addressing DHCPNAT-Part1
  2. IPv4 Addressing DHCPNAT-Part2
  3. Trouble Ticket 5
  4. Trouble Ticket 6

Module 9: IPv6 Addressing and Addressing Technologies

  1. IPv6 Addressing Options

Module 10: Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs and Prefix Lists

  1. IPv4 ACLs
  2. Prefixlists IPv6 ACLs
  3. Trouble Ticket Access Control List1
  4. Trouble Ticket Access Control List2

Module 11: Troubleshooting GRE and Basic Routing Tunnels

  1. IPv4 Routing-Part1
  2. IPv4 Routing-Part2
  3. IPv6 Routing
  4. GRE Tunnels

Module 12: Troubleshooting RIPv2 and RIPng

  1. RIPv2
  2. RIPng

Module 13: Troubleshooting EIGRP

  1. EIGRP
  2. EIGRP For IPv6
  3. Trouble Ticket 1
  4. Trouble Ticket 2

Module 14OSPF : and OSPFv3

  1. OSPF-Part1
  2. OSPF-Part2
  3. OSPFv3
  4. Trouble Ticket 1
  5. Trouble Ticket 2
  6. Trouble Ticket 3

Module 15: Troubleshooting Route Maps and Policy Based Routing

  1. Route Maps And Policy Based Routing

Module 16: Troubleshooting Redistribution

  1. Verifying Redistribution Configuration
  2. Troubleshooting Redistribution With Route Maps

Module 17: Troubleshooting BGP

  1. BGP Overview
  2. BGP Configuration-Part1
  3. BGP Configuration-Part2
  4. Trouble Ticket 1
  5. Trouble Ticket 2

Module 18: Troubleshooting Management Protocols and Tools

  1. Troubleshooting Management Protocols And Tools
  2. SPAN And RSPAN

Module 19: Troubleshooting Management Access

  1. Management Access Troubleshooting
  2. Conclusion

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